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Children of the Rainbow: The Religions, Legends, and Gods of Pre-Christian Hawaii

Melville, Leinani

Published by Theosophical Pub House, Wheaton, Illinois, U.S.A., 1969
ISBN 10: 0835600025 / ISBN 13: 9780835600026
/ Condition: Very Good / Soft cover
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Title: Children of the Rainbow: The Religions, ...

Publisher: Theosophical Pub House, Wheaton, Illinois, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 1969

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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Tight and square trade paperback. Light soiling to white wraps. Previous owner's name on inside cover. Pages are clean throughout. Illustrated. "Long before the white man arrived in the new world, the people of Hawaii had developed a high culture, with many fascinating legends and myths concerning the people of Mu. Many of these traditions had a deep spiritual meaning, which became lost with the Christianizing of the island.". Bookseller Inventory # aa003126

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Synopsis: In the mid-1900's, the author Leinani Melville was a merchant sailor who was taught traditional Hawaiian religion, mythology, and sacred symbols by Native Hawaiians, which included an elderly Hawaiian woman in Waikiki. Just before this elderly Hawaiian woman died, she told Melville to write a book. This book took over 2 decades to write and it is about the Hawaiian Gods, select mythology (including the Kumulipo or creation chant), and many illustrated sacred symbols with explanations. In addition, it does have a few astrological references in the context of the presented mythology or history. Children Of the Rainbow is a unique, priceless, and readable authentic Native Hawaiian resource.

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