Huna: An Introduction by Max Freedom Long

Posted: July 9, 2017 by Thrivelearning in purpose
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Huna: An Introduction - The Workable Psycho-Religious System of the PolynesiansHuna: An Introduction – The Workable Psycho-Religious System of the Polynesians

DURING THE past century investigations have been made of native magic in Africa, India and other parts of the world. Spiritualistic phenomena have been certified as genuine and studied painstakingly by over a hundred recognized scientists. Religions have been surveyed and the instant or nearly instant miraculous healing at Lourdes verified.

But from all these studies and efforts there has come nothing faintly resembling a definite basic system, philosophy, theory, or psycho-religious science which would explain, even in the most general terms, the phenomena of the various fields. In fact, investigations in these fields began to arrive at a stalemate several years ago. New discoveries have been conspicuously lacking.

Meanwhile, in the years following 1880, in the little noticed field of Polynesia, there was begun an investigation which, after seventy years, has at last produced a general theory that promises to break the stalemate and provide answers for a host of puzzling questions.

Efforts to apply the basic system and duplicate the most valued parts of kahuna practice, are expected to correct errors and to make possible the further perfecting of the system.

A much fuller and more detailed account of the long investigation is planned when the last stage—the experimental stage—has added its quota.

(From Part 1)

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