Sam Ohu Gon leads an annual commemoration of the decisive "Kaleleka'anae" (the May 1795 Battle of Nu'uanu) at the auspicious Pali lookout point where Kamehameha's army defeats over 400 native O'ahuan troops who plunge 1000 feet to their death.
This year's Commemorative Exercises feature the 200th Anniversary of Kamehameha the Great's uniting of the Hawaiian Kingdom, finally through a treaty with High Cheif Kaumuali'i, Ali'i-ai-moku of Kaua'i.
Notice at the end of this documentary video the sign of the wind-lifted rains as if carrying the offerings to heaven!
(The video was taken using an Olympus Stylus 1200 all-weather digital camera.)
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