MO‘OLELO: Mahina, moon, organized Hawaiian time with the passing of each moon phase was the passing of each day. Each cycle is made up of 29.5 days. Our lunar calendar is divided into three periods: hoʻonui (growing bigger), poepoe (round), and emi (decreasing). The moon also directed the activities of kanaka around farming, fishing and gathering.

Helu Pō Beach Blanket

$100.00 Regular Price
$90.00Sale Price
  • Our microfiber beach blanket is sized at five feet by five feet. These soft, 100% microfiber towels with a waffle texture have a large surface giving lots of room to spread out. The beach blanket is perfect for sunbathing, taking keiki to beach as a play mat, or just lounging at home.

  • Kamali’i ‘ike ‘ole I ka helu po
    Little children who cannot count the nights
    Muku Nei, muku, ka malama
    Muku is here, Muku the dark moon
    Hilo nei, kau ka Hoaka
    Hilo, followed by Hoaka
    ‘Eha ku, ‘Eha ‘ole, eae
    Four ku, four ‘ole
    Huna, Mohalu, Hua, Akua
    Huna, Mohalu, Hua, Akua
    Hoku, Mahealani, eae
    Hoku (“star”- full moon) Mahealani
    Kulua
    Kulua
    Ekolu la’au, ekolu ‘ole, ekolu kaloa, eae
    Three La’au, three ‘ole, three kaloa
    Kane, lono, mauli eae
    Kane, Lono, Mauli

 
 

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