The name Kahuna is a cognate of Cohen, and in both cases it originally meant High Priest. A survey of Kahuna practices, as detailed by the scholars Chun, David Malo and Elsdon Best reveal that the Kahuna were a disciplinary and legal force of a very high order. The medium through which the Kahuna’s prayers operated was some item of clothing or body part, like blood, hair, fingernails, especially an item of intimacy, as in the story of the woman who saved the foreskin of Jesus after his circumcision on the 8th day after his birth. The Kahunas called this item the Mouna, mauna or mouma, which is also the word for fishing bait, or bait of any kind. The painting known as the Mona Lisa can easily refer to the fact that the Virgin Mary was the medium through which Jesus (Isa) was created.
The proper use of a Kahuna ritual is to determine the guilty party, just as Jesus’ role is that of Judge when he appears again on the Final Day. The process of becoming High Priest Kahuna involved long years of learning by heart the exact prayers and incantations that are the heritage of the High Priesthood. This is what Jesus did as a Nazarene, when he attended a school to learn and copy the scriptures of Isaiah, as part of his training for the High Priesthood. It was his excellent scholarship that prepared him for the question and answer sessions that he held in the Temple with the Pharisees. This is also what enabled him to pinpoint the scribal changes that resulted in inconsistencies, such as the one where the Messiah was declared to be the Son of God, but the scribes turned the word God into the word David, as described in the Jewish Encyclopedia online, 1914 edition. The real goal of the years of study however, was to build up psychic energy. For the Hawaiian Kahuna, the test of this ability was for the apprentice to “concentrate on a mountain cliff until it crumbled”. Jesus himself said that if we had sufficient faith, we could move mountains.
Historians of the Hawaiian Islands tell us that it was on the Island MOLOKAI that the Kahuna rituals began to be used in deviant ways. Molok was the God that demanded the sacrifice of human babies, along with female temple prostitution, as recorded in the Old Testament and in Arabic literature. On Molokai, the deviant priests called Kahuna a’i humu, which sounds to me like “anti-human High Priests”, hid themselves and used the ancient prayers to “pray people to death”. Now since an innocent person cannot be prayed to death or harmed by sorcery, it is logical that Jesus saved us by putting himself in our place, being as none of us are innocent. An anti-human Kahuna would logically seek to tempt us from our innocence, in order to increase his or her power. The Kahuna ritual, in its proper function, should only be used to determine who the guilty party is, and to strike fear into the guilty so that they would mend their ways and return to righteous conduct. Its sole purpose should be to protect the innocent from wrong-doing, which is a righteous goal for a Kahuna. The true ritual involved asking God for clear insight into the identity of the guilty person, and then to ask God to inflict physical punishment through illness on the guilty person, so that justice could be achieved for the protection of the innocent. The Kahuna, however, willingly takes on the very suffering that he asks God to inflict on the guilty, willingly sacrificing himself during the ceremony exactly as Christ did. The Kahuna acts out the physical pain and death of the guilty, but in the intensity of the process, he or she truly feels the pain. The researchers describe him as actually writhing in agony on the ground during the ceremony, as he takes on the very symptoms that he asks God to inflict on the criminal. This act of self-sacrifice is exactly what Jesus performed in his assigned duty as High Priest when he willingly sacrificed himself on the cross. This provides us with a fore knowledge of the kind of suffering that the unrepentant will undergo on the day of the Final Judgment, or even in their own lifetimes. There are many examples of the unrepentant suffering immense physical pain and humiliation in their final days.
At the end of the ritual, the Kahuna would arise from this intense psychic state, and ask another Kahuna to forgive and purify him, as a symbolic act to demonstrate that the ritual is not for pure vengeance and malice, put for the sinner to repent and seek forgiveness through reparation of sins. The sign of a true High Priest is his or her manner of living. The Kahuna is required to live a humble and unassuming life, much as those who retired to Convents and Monastaries in the era of True Catholicism. As taught in Catholicism, the truly Godly person never brags or shows off, works quietly and diligently without complaint, is not a seeker of companions or of wealth, but is one who has firm control of his or her passions and lusts.
The rule of the psychic energy of prayer is that the one who seeks to harm an innocent person, is the one who is harmed first. If the person loses his or her innocence, the protection is lost. This certainly explains why, under our present Union of Satanic Church and State Government, we are practically required and certainly encouraged to lose our innocence in a variety ways. The prohibition against posting the Ten Commandments is only the beginning of the corruption that is designed to protect those who are praying us to death from having the curse return to them.
The Kahuna ritual described by the researcher Chun does not begin with the Kahuna knowing who the guilty party is, but in the process of the ritual the Kahuna begins to see clearly the identity of the perpetrator. The ritual described by Chun is exactly that described in the story of Elijah on Mount Carmel, near Beirut, Lebanon. The ability to make a fire of green wood is essential. Since green wood is mostly water, it can’t be accomplished without God’s assistance. On Mount Carmel, when Elijah had a contest with the Gods of Ba’al, he even poured extra water on the wood, to prove his point. After the green wood is completely burnt together with the Mauna, the entire remains are brought to a place where they are hidden or thrown in such a way that they cannot be recovered by anyone and tampered with.
Legends tell us that the Kahuna a’i humu, the anti-human High Priests, or Satanists, first learned their knowledge of sorcery from the Devil himself. They learned to send spirits on evil errands and used the tying of knots and the Mauna that was obtained through trickery and theft. They were eaters of filth and of all things defiled. As Hawaiians of modern times became more familiar with Christianity, the true Kahunas like Daddy Bray, recognized the similarities with the Bible stories. They were especially impressed with the fact that Jesus used only psychic ability to heal, leaving out medicine and herbs completely, except for some saliva and dirt on occasion. Daddy Bray promoted Christian Kahunaism in recognition of the superiority of Jesus’ message to extend our love beyond family and tribe, to get over retaining grudges and vengeance which only resulted in endless cycles of violence. Christ demonstrated the possibility of each person’s ability to be a practicing Kahuna, by accepting the suffering that other’s wrongs inflict on us, and by ending the suffering with our ability to forgive. In fact, the very name in Hawaiian for healing and forgiveness is ho’opono pono, or as we would say in English, Hope.