Part 3: The Tocharian, Chapter 25: The Tocharian of Hawaii

Part 3: The Tocharian, Chapter 25: The Tocharian of Hawaii
Posted September 23, 2009

Hawaii is a volcanic island … An image of Kilauea … This is a one of the most active volcanoes on earth!


Book Two: The peoples

Part 3: The Tocharian

Chapter 25: The Tocharian of Hawaii


The island of Hawaii

Hawaii Island or Hawaii, but Hawaii in Hawaiian is a volcanic island in the Pacific Ocean Big Island, as it is commonly known, is the largest of the eight main islands of the U.S. state of Hawaii The island of Hawaii, Hilo capital, has a population of 201,109 inhabitants in 2008 The island is 150 km wide and has an area of 10,435 square kilometers, or 62% of the total area of the Hawaiian Islands In 1779, Captain Cook has died, killed by natives on his arrival in Kealakekua Bay The name come from Hawai’iloa Hawaii, Polynesian navigator who have discovered It could also be the name, the fabled realm of Hawaiki, from which the Polynesians would originate and where they would return after death The island of Hawaii was formed by five volcanoes that have erupted sequentially, one overlapping the other These are, from oldest to youngest, the Kohala, off, Mauna Kea and Hualalai, dormant, Mauna Loa and Kīlauea, active From January 1983 to September 2002, the island’s surface has increased by 220 acres with lava flows from Kīlauea volcano Even recently, many cities were destroyed by lava flows: in 1960 Kapoho, Kalapana and Kaimu in 1990 About thirty miles southeast of the island, and 975 m deep in the ocean, there is the underwater volcano Lo `ihi very active In several thousand years, Lo `ihi will surface, creating an island, and will attach to the plate of Kīlauea volcano There are many telescopes on Mauna Kea, through clarity of the atmosphere at the top and the absence of light pollution The main resources come from the Hawaii Tourism Agricultural products are the second source of income for the island with macadamia nuts, papaya, flowers and especially her beautiful orchids, vegetables and coffee, kona, and livestock


The state of Hawaii

Hawaii is a U.S. state in the Pacific Ocean, about 3,900 kilometers southwest of San Francisco Hawaii is an archipelago of 122 islands The Top Eight are Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe, Maui and the island of Hawaii According to the Constitution of the State of Hawaii, the two official languages are English and Hawaiian Hawaii is the only one of 50 States with two official languages The Hawaiian, the ‘Olelo Hawai’i, Hawaiian language, is a Polynesian language of the Austronesian family, close to the Marquesan, Tahitian and Māori The area of the state is 16,760 square kilometers with a population of 1,211,537 inhabitants in 2000 The state capital of Hawaii is Honolulu on the island of Oahu The major volcanoes of the archipelago are Hualalai, Kilauea, Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa and Mauna Ulu


History of Hawaii

The Hawaiian Islands were originally inhabited by Austronesian from the islands of Micronesia, there are about 4000 years The Hawaiian Islands were ruled by monarchs premises, the ali’i The islands were discovered in 1527 by Spanish Alvarado de Saavedra They were then mentioned by Portuguese and Dutch navgateurs In 1778, James Cook named the Sandwich Islands, in honor of the Earl of Sandwich In 1810, the ruler of the island of Hawaii, Kamehameha I in 1810 unifies all the kingdoms of the island archipelago This unified kingdom grows and is internationally recognized, thanks to the benevolent British protection, origin of the flag The Kamehameha dynasty reigns over the islands until 1872 In 1874, the kingdom goes to the House of Kalakaua This little kingdom excites the appetite of the United States, Russia, Great Britain and France France will be implanted from 1837, to be his base for whaling The American Fruit Dole Fruit Company, with the support of a company of marines, shall cause the last queen, by a coup in 1893 In 1894, the American protectorate proclaimed the Republic of Hawaii It is a real banana republic … It is annexed to U.S. territory July 7, 1898, with the status of the territory of Hawaii This is the only U.S. state to have been headed by a monarch who had a royal palace The archipelago is directly involved in World War II with the attack on the naval base at Pearl Harbor by Japanese aircraft, December 7, 1941 August 21, 1959, Hawaii became the 50th and last in the Union to have acquired the status of State U.S.


Petroglyphs of Hawaii Island
They are found at Kilauea volcano, and you can see them walking on the trail to the archaeological site of Pu’u Loa Pu’u Loa is one of the largest petroglyph sites of the island On the west coast there are also petroglyphs at Puako


The petroglyphs of Oahu

On the Island of Oahu, there is one of the best known petroglyph: Man rainbow sky It has special meaning for Hawaiians: Every man has a rainbow on the shoulders, symbolizing the fact that each individual is responsible for the protection of the earth, called Aina


The petroglyphs of Laina

On the island of Laina, there are the famous petroglyphs Luahiwa Surfers are likely to think that these petroglyphs represent the first surfers, 4000 years ago …


The petroglyphs of Kauai

This island also has petroglyphs on the beach Maha’ulepu on the south shore of Kauai Kauai is also considered conservative island secrets of the ancient Hawaiians, especially through its oral tradition and legends


The Menehunes

The Menehunes, ka poe menehune, are a legendary race of Hawaii They were little men mischievous and intelligent, of about 60 centimeters high, always present in the stories of former They live hidden in forests and valleys of the islands Their origins date back over 1,500 years before the arrival of the first inhabitants of the archipelago, about 6,000 years The Menehunes are very good with their hands, are builders who built temples, roads and houses in very short time They also built the dam and the basin of the Aleloko, the largest breeding fish in Kauai The walls built by hand and carefully decorated with petroglyphs are considered by many as evidence that Hawaiian Kauai once home, and perhaps still today, Menehunes They knew also make various objects and even canoes They are found throughout the islands of the archipelago, but it is the island of Kauai where we still tells their story, reached down through the ages orally

The basin Aleloko

During construction of the basin, it is said that two members of the royal family, curious and ignoring warnings from Menehunes, were turned to stone after having spied these little characters working … Today, we say that the two pillars of stone are still visible near the pond …

Petroglyphs at Waikolo, Hawai

The petroglyphs

Petroglyphs are symbolic stylized drawings carved on stones They seem to have been widely used worldwide by people of Atlantis and especially Tocharian In fact, they are found particularly in light of coastlines, on major roads and crossroads In fact, these are signs … Like today, we stylized our signs indicating the route to take and what we will find … He adds, that if you look at the sea, if you approach enough to see with the naked eye, it is safe from falling against the rocks of the coast … There 5000 years, the Tocharian had a super eyesight, or probably more so binoculars or other optical instruments for their help identify and recognize the signs affixed to these petroglyphs …


The Tocharian of Hawaii

The Tocharian therefore have colonized this part of the Pacific, where they left us a few menhirs and many petroglyphs … It also recognizes the legend of the people turned to stone menhirs to explain … The characters seem small reappear … See the Dropa the fourth chapter of this third party … The Dropa would therefore perhaps not a hoax? To be continued … By cons, about the size of 60 cm, it is evaluated on the basis of oral transmission … It must be understood: small size, just as in the case of translations of oral transmissions without some knowledge of the unit of measurement, or the exaggeration of the narrator, 60 cm in question, seem really small, but also too specific …



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3 Responses to Part 3: The Tocharian, Chapter 25: The Tocharian of Hawaii

  1. Pingback: Part 3: The Tocharian, Chapter 25: The Tocharian of Hawaii | Earth … | Hawaiian History

  2. Collin says:

    Hi, you’re using my image without attribution. Please fix or I will be forced to DMCA it – thanks! 🙂

    Menehune Fish Pond


      sorry , i got it on wikipedia or google , where normally , pics are free , otherwise said
      i did not see any comment so i use it
      so im sorry and im retiring the pics

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