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eBook The O'ahu Exploits Of Kamapua'a, The Hawaiian Pig-god: An Annotated Translation Of A Hawaiian Epic From Ka Leo O Ka Lahui, July 23, 1891-august 26, 1891 (LEGACY OF EXCELLENCE) epub
  • ISBN: 158178032X
  • Author: Collette L. Akana-Gooch
  • Genre: Religion
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bishop Museum Pr (July 1, 2004)
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The O'Ahu Exploits of Kamapua'a, the Hawaiian Pig-God: An Annotated Translation of a Hawaiian Epic from Ka Leo O Ka Lahui, July 23, 1891-August 26, 1891. by. Collette L. Akana-Gooch (Contributor).

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The O'ahu Exploits Of Kamapua'a, The Hawaiian Pig-god: An Annotated Translation Of A Hawaiian Epic From Ka Leo O Ka Lahui, July 23, 1891-august 26, 1891 (Legacy of Excellence).

In Hawaiian mythology, Kamapuaʻa ("hog child") is a hog-man fertility superhuman associated with Lono, the god of agriculture. The son of Hina and Kahikiula, the chief of Oahu, Kamapuaʻa was particularly connected with the island of Maui

In Hawaiian mythology, Kamapuaʻa ("hog child") is a hog-man fertility superhuman associated with Lono, the god of agriculture. The son of Hina and Kahikiula, the chief of Oahu, Kamapuaʻa was particularly connected with the island of Maui. Despite Pele's power, Kamapuaʻa's persistence allows him to turn her lava rock into fertile soil.

of Kamapua‘a, the. Hawaiian Pig-God. Collette Leimomi Akana. Artwork by Dietric Varez. Kamapua‘a, the deified Robin Hood of. Hawaiian legend, takes us on another thrilling

of Kamapua‘a, the. Hawaiian legend, takes us on another thrilling. adventure, this time across his homeland, O‘ahu, where he boldly defies all law and. authority for the pursuit of justice and equality. Challenging a supernatural dog.

The annotated translation Kamapua'a, the pig god, is that ancient creature who roots in the deep black mud of the cool forest

The annotated translation. 18. ISSUE 1: JUNE 22, 1891. Kamapua'a, the pig god, is that ancient creature who roots in the deep black mud of the cool forest. He is that god who changes his body form at will; now a beautiful and virile youth, tempting women; now a giant boar ruthlessly devouring his terrified enemies; then a nukunuku-a-pua'a fish cowering in the sea, fleeing the burning wrath of Pele's lava; and then a kukui tree or a clump of 'uhaloa grass hiding silently from his enemies.

Learn about major Hawaiian Gods, Hawaiian Goddess, and Legends. Other legends of Kamapua’a courting the daughters of various island chiefs as he traveled island to island before he married Pele. Laka (Goddess of Beauty, Love, Fertility).

A Legendary Tradition of Kamapua‘a, the Hawaiian Pig-God.

This pre-missionary wooden statue of Kamapua'a was found in a cave in up-country Maui. He is said to be very attractive as an adult and had many romantic exploits. It is on display at the Bailey House Museum. In Hawaiian mythology, Kamapuaʻa ("hog child") is a hog-man fertility superhuman associated with Lono, the god of agriculture. He also is recorded as having many run ins with other chiefs and other influential people, so was often at odds with and engaged in warfare with them. The most known battles are with Olopana and Pele, the volcano goddess.

The chiefess Ka-maunu-a-niho comes from Kahiki with her husband Humu . The fictitious narrative of Kamapua‘a (Pua-pua‘a) is said to have taken sixteen hours in the recital

The chiefess Ka-maunu-a-niho comes from Kahiki with her husband Humu (Aumu) and the chief Kalana-nu‘u-nui-kua-mamao. They land at Kalahawai in Waihe‘e on Maui and live in the uplands of Waihe‘e, where Kamaunu takes Kalana for her husband and Humu retires to Kahiki. As a kupua, Kamapua‘a is under the special protection of ancestral gods and himself godlike. As a man he is tall and handsome; "the big foreigner with sparkling eyes" (ka haole nui, maka olohilohi) he is called in chant. The fictitious narrative of Kamapua‘a (Pua-pua‘a) is said to have taken sixteen hours in the recital. 5 Most Hawaiians declare that he was born in Kahiki, but Westervelt tells of his birth on Oahu.

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