Haleakala - The House of the Sun
In ancient times the summit of the great mountain was only for the kahuna (priests) and their haumana (students) where they lived and studied initiation rites and practices.
"In ancient times the Kahuna po`o (high priests) knew the value of Haleakala as a place to view the planets and the stars, and as a place for meditation and receiving spiritual wisdom. Haleakala is a sacred place and must be treated with respect." - Kahu Charles Kauluwehi Maxwell Sr.
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