“Pele’s themes are unity, tradition, protection, creativity and change. Her symbols are fire and red colored items. In Hawaii, Pele’s fires develop and redevelop the islands thro…
These 10 Trails In Hawaii Will Lead You To Extraordinary Ancient Ruins
While many of Hawaii's hikes lead to unforgettable destinations, these 10 trails lead to absolutely fascinating ruins, including royal homes and ancient temples.
Ha‘akulou — Kaumuali‘i’s Royal Cloak
Kaua‘i Museum Director Chucky Boy Chock, wearing the traditional attire from the Royal Order of Kamehameha, is seen here posing next to a royal ‘ahu‘ula (cloak) and mahiole (helmet) made to honor K…
Mo'o, the Shape Shifter-Hawaii's Most Mystical Creature
According to legend, the ancient Mo'o or dragons of Hawaii were shape shifters who appeared as beautiful women or 12 to 30 feet long dragons. Fierce guardians of freshwater sources, they dwelled in caves, pools or fish ponds. The Mo'o guards people as well as the land. Moloka'i, Kamalo Ridge Eternally present in fishponds and pools throughout Hawaii, Mo'os were believed to bless the people with an abundant harvest if they were properly honored. But, if not treated with respect, they could…
Hawaiian honeycreeper populations collapsing on Kauai
The populations of six forest bird species on the Hawaiian island of Kauai are collapsing, according to a new study published September 7 in the journal … Read More "Hawaiian honeycreeper populations collapsing on Kauai"
Invoke Your Divine Passion ⋆ Goddess Ignited
You find yourself currently standing at a crossroads, and you’ve started to feel that you have been standing here a little too long. You’ve got a major decision before you, and your fear of making the wrong one has left you feeling paralyzed and going nowhere at all. It’s understandable, the panic that you’ve begun to […]
Details about Old Photo Hawaii "View of Diamond Head from Waikiki"
Old Photo. View of Diamond Head taken from Waikiki. You are purchasing a digital reproduction of the original image. The image you will receive will be printed on the highest quality archival photographic paper.
Central to Hawaiʻi’s use of water has been agriculture, sugar in particular.Initially brought to the islands by early Polynesians, the first successful commercial sugar plantation started in 1835. …