Source: Dinar Chronicles
But a very long time before that, words in the oldest Hawaiian language had much more special meanings, many to do with occult matters.
Back then the word haole meant “who-do-not-breathe“. In fact, it was used to describe the dead.
Sometimes with the truly physical meaning, other times in a more subtle spiritual sense.
Often, the two perspectives were mixed together, such as to describe a ghost, or a god.
In the year 1778 of the haole calendar, Captain James Cook…
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