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Numerology information Honua:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Songs about Honua:
Ka Wai Lehua 'A'ala Ka Honua by The Brothers Cazimero from the Album Best of The Brothers Cazimero, Vol. 3
Ka Wai Lehau 'A'ala Ka Honua by Sonny Chillingworth from the Album Sonny Solo
Ka Wai Lehua A'ala Ka Honua by Ledward Ka'apana from the Album Grandmaster Slack Key Guitar
Kalani Honua by Scott Cossu from the Album When Spirits Fly Again
Ka Wai Lehua A ala Ka Honua by The Brothers Cazimero from the Album Waikiki, My Castle By the Sea
Nani Ka Honua by Mark Yamanaka from the Album Lei Pua Kenikeni
Anthem For Earth (Ka Honua Nani Koki) by Jack Alden from the Album Long Road Home
Books about Honua:
Honua by Sage Uilani Takehiro (Feb 2, 2007)
Ka Honua Ola: `eli`eli Kau Mai by Pualani Kanakaole Kanahele (Nov 2011)
He Hoikehonua, He Mea Ia E Hoakaka'i Ke Ano O Ka Honua Nei A Me Na Mea Maluna Iho (1845) (Hawaiian Edition) by William Channing Woodbridge (Sep 10, 2010)
Na Honua Mauli Ola: Hawai'i Guidelines for Culturally Healthy and Responsive Learning Environments. by John Cotton and Paula De Morales [eds]. Wright (2002)
He Hoikehonua, He Mea Ia E Hoakaka'i Ke Ano O Ka Honua Nei A Me Na Mea Maluna Iho (1845) (Hawaiian Edition) by William Channing Woodbridge (Jul 17, 2009)
He Hoikehonua, He Mea Ia E Hoakaka? I Ke Ano O Ka Honua Nei, a Me Na Mea Maluna Iho (Hawaiian Edition) by Woodbridge... (Jan 9, 2010)
He Hoikehonua, He Mea Ia E Hoakaka'i Ke Ano O Ka Honua Nei a Me Na Mea Maluna Iho (1845) (Paperback)(Greek Modern... by By (author) William Channing Woodbridge (2009)
Wiki information Honua:
In the Hawaiian religion, Pele is the goddess of volcanoes. She is a popular figure in many stories of ancient Hawaii known as Hawaiian mythology. Ka wahine ʻai honua is an epithet for the goddess.
In Hawaiian mythology, Kumu-Honua is the first man. He was married to Lalo-Honua; the couple was given a garden by Kāne and were forbidden from eating a particular fruit. This story may be in whole or in part Christianized.