The Secrets and Mysteries of Hawaii - Chapter 2, How We Lost the Way: A Hawaiian Legend Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, How We Lost the Way: A Hawaiian Legend Summary and Analysis

The Kingdom of Le Muria was a legendary continent with the Hawaiian Islands at the tip. The people had their spiritual link with God and were called the Children of God or the Children of the Rainbow. Eventually, the children lost their connection. They took the game too seriously. One of the Kahuna withheld his wisdom when it was needed and others began to do the same thing. The Rainbow began to fade and one night it didn't come.

Everything changed for the Children in the garden. There was now illness, lying and deceit in their games as one group decided they were superior to the rest. The Kahunas began to feel power over others. The Children revolted and expelled the Kahunas and others from...

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