The Path to Power, Hawaiian Style


“King Kamehameha was a great warrior,” said Kahakahi’i, who was sitting cross-legged in the sun, naked to the waist, when I stopped to watch him carve a weapon, a traditional Hawaiian knife. “The King fought many battles on this island. But not here in Pu’uhonua o Honaunau,” he said, breaking cover for a moment to explain that he was an employee at the City of Refuge National Historic Park, on the Big Island’s south Kona Coast, in Hawaii. “This was a sacred place, a retreat where kahunas performed secret ceremonies, read more >>>

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