Bless Up hawai'i Warrior
explanation of warrior design
Warrior Of Peace, Mercy, & Aloha! (Hawai’i Pule O’o)
The Kaona (meaning) behind the Bless Up Hawaii -warrior. I knew it was prophetic when it first came to me. Some the LORD has shown me when it first came to me, some after he was already created, and some the LORD is still revealing.
THE BOWL OF LIGHT represents the moolelo I learned from Tales of the night rainbow book, which is ohana to me. This specific Bowl Of Light represents all Kanaka Maoli, forgiving and letting go of all the stones that we have put into our bowls. We will no longer hold on to what kills our Light. We were meant to shine Aloha!
THREE TRIANGLES GOING UP TOWARDS EYE represents: (eye on the prize)
THREE IN ONE TRIANGLE ON CHEST is LOKAHI, represents: Oneness/Unity
*God (at the top)
(Prophetic word from ISAIAH 2)….You are to take care of this land and protect what i gave you, but not to where it's above ME. I created this land, I created you, I gave you that breath in your nostrils. So yes, you take care and protect what I gave you, BUT not to where it is above MY honor, above MY glory. (I received a much bigger word, and it is connected to the Mauna O' Wakea, but this sums it up.)
THE RAYS OF LIGHT BEHIND HIM & Ahu Ula (cape), represents: "The Burning Back Kapu"
LEI NIHO PALAOA (necklace)
Represents my Koko to Haho, Palena, & Hikawainui (Where I get my earthly authority to create this warrior)
HOOKUPU holds; Mele, Limukala, Olena, and Alae. It represents offering our islands back to Almighty God/ 'Io & making things pono with HIM.
*MELE: Music that cause
*LIMUKALA: for forgiveness which gives the Power to healing-MAULI OLA
The forgiveness we are asking for, and the forgiveness we are giving.
*OLENA: for the healing of our people's heart and healing of our land that we will receive-HOOLAIA
*ALAE: asking the LORD to preserve this act of making things right in HIS sight, preserve HIS spirit within us, preserve our people and our home. Hawai'i Pule O'o!!!
Bowl of light
““Each child born has at birth, a Bowl of perfect Light. If he tends his Light it will grow in strength and he can do all things – swim with the shark, fly with the birds, know and understand all things. If, however, he becomes envious or jealous, he drops a stone into his Bowl of Light and some of the Light goes out. Light and the stone cannot hold the same space. If he continues to put stones in the Bowl of Light, the Light will go out and he will become a stone. A stone does not grow, nor does it move. If at any time he tires of being a stone, all he needs to do is turn the bowl upside down and the stones will fall away and the Light will grow once more.” ” - Pali Jae Lee And John Koko Willis, TALES OF THE NIGHT RAINBOW
— Night Rainbow Publishing, 1990, Pg. 18 & 19