“Women of the Womb” performed an Equinox Ceremony at the Hawaii Star Visitor Sanctuary on March 20, 2016. Event coincides with the building of a traditional Hawaiian rock wall around the perimeter of the Sanctuary during the last week.
EVENT AT HAWAII STAR VISITORS SANCTUARY - MARCH 19, 2016
The Kelihoomalu Ohana has ask us to help build a stone wall around Uncle Roberts's vision, he gave to all of us before he left his body. The Lawful Kingdom of Hawaii representatives along with myself and Women of the Womb were honored to be apart of that infamous day of June 27th, when Tutu Pele made her move after the ceremony. Uncle shared with us all the importance how all the tribes would come together not only the Rainbow tribes of Mama Earth but also our Star Families.
This was Uncles dream.
I feel honored to be apart of this Spring Equinox in keeping Uncles dream alive and honoring Read more [...]
On Tues May 26, Michael Kumukauoha Lee, the "Hawaiian Star Man," an expert in traditional Hawaiian astronomy and culture, will give a talk on "How and Why WE ARE MAUNA A WAKEA."
The event is titled Papa Kilo Hoku and begins at 4:30 pm at Uncle Roberts Awa Bar, in Kaimu-Kalapana.
After the talk and event at Uncle Roberts, Michael Kumukauoha Lee will go to the Hawaii Star Visitor Sanctuary for some star gazing and discussion.
All are invited to attend!
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A great Hawaiian, Noble Robert Kel`iiho`omalu "Uncle Robert", had been at the Veterans center in Hilo recovering from an ongoing infection. His family and a very large crowd of loved ones had been at his side for a couple days. Music, food and aloha overfilled the hospital. Yesterday, on the third anniversary of Puna, his son's passing, he asked to return home. His eyes grew brighter and his smile wider as he came closer to Kalapana, Kaimu. He drew a last deep breath and left us at 3:00pm February 15, 2015.
A hui hou, Garry (Hoffeld)
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Can Aliens Advance Cause for Independence?
By Alejandro Lazo
[Extract from Wall Street Journal - Feb. 3, 2015] KAIMU, Hawaii—Dark igneous rock crunches beneath Garry Hoffeld’s sandals as he crosses the cratered landscape of a remote corner of Hawaii’s Big Island. But he is walking over no ordinary field of hardened lava: This is the site of Hawaii’s Star Visitor Sanctuary and UFO Landing Pad.
Mr. Hoffeld, a member of the Lawful Hawaiian Government, a Hawaiian sovereignty group that seeks independence from the U.S., sees the lava field as a perfect spot for extraterrestrial encounters.
“It just sort of looks like a landing pad,” says the 61-year-old Mr. Hoffeld, gesturing Read more [...]