Hawaiian Culture Series

Exposure priority: 
Featured
Display Name: 
Hawaiian Culture Series
Time: 
Friday, November 29, 2013 - 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Facilitator: 
Kahuna Ali'i Wahine Kalei'iliahi Ka'ili-kapu-o-Lono
Location: 
EMAX

Hawaiian Culture Series

Kahuna Ali'i Wahine Kalei'iliahi Ka'ili-kapu-o-Lono is a kanaka maoli (aboriginal) of Hawai'i . She was born and raised in the lush Kalihi Valley on the island of O'ahu. Her ancestral roots trace all the way back to the stars, to the Makali'i (the Pleiades), to Papa (Earth Mother) and Wakea (Sky Father) and down a long line of Kahuna Ali'i Wahine and Kahuna Ali'i Kane (Royal High Chief Priests and Royal High Chiefess Priestesses). Kahuna Kalei'iliahi's family God is Lono, God of Peace (also of Fertility, Abundance and Agriculture). Lono is uncle to Goddess Pele and she is their descendent. She is the reason for their existence and honors her 'Aumakua (Ancestral Spirits) by using the multiple gifts they blessed her with, in service 'Io Kapu Nui (Most Sacred Creator) and to Humanity.

Kahuna Kalei'iliahi Ka'ili-kapu-o-Lono is a Spiritual Intuitive/Healer, a Wisdom Keeper, Visionary Artist, Keeper of the Lemurian Truths, a seer, medium, metaphysician, and channel for some of the most beautiful Holy Beings,…to name some of the blessings she carries from her grand lineage. She has worked with people worldwide in these areas, helping these precious Humans to awaken to their divinity, to shine their light and heal their lives...to become empowered and enlightened. Her specialty as a Spiritual Intuitive/Healer is clearing the blocks. 

This artist has some formal training,  but her gift is innate and she is mostly self -taught, channeling most of her work. Her lifelong communion with the nature spirits, the elementals, the divas of the plant and mineral kingdoms has allowed her to "see" them and put them into her creations. While graphite pencil is still her favorite medium, she works in prismacolors and watercolors/inks as well. Kalei'iliahi is deeply connected to her people and her culture as well and has chosen to depict them in many of her recent pieces, thereby honoring them. She will continue to portray them in many different forms as they inspire her.

Admission: Donations gratefully accepted for the speaker