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What Jesus Taught in Secret: A Huna Interpretation of the Four Gospels (New)
by Long, Max Freedom
Publisher: DeVorss & Company
Book ID: 9780875165103, 0875165109
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What Jesus Taught in Secret is the story of the unexpected discovery that the Huna Code contains language used in the Gospels to conceal the secret teachings of Jesus.
“I arrived in Hawaii in 1917, and took a teaching position that placed me near the volcano, Kileauea, which was very active at the time. The school was one of three rooms and stood in a lonely valley between a great sugar plantation and a ranch.
The two teachers under me were both Hawaiian, and it was only natural that I soon began to know more about their Hawaiian friends. From there I began to hear guarded references to native magicians, the ‘kahunas,’ or ‘Keepers of the Secret.’
With background in psychology, my curiosity became aroused and I began to ask questions. To my surprise I found that questions were not welcomed.” -- Max Freedom Long
About Max Freedom Long: This was the beginning of Max Freedom Long’s research into the Huna tradition of the ancient Polynesians. The field of his study was Hawaii, geographically the most isolated part of Polynesia. It was a virgin field because, in spite of the powers of kahunas, anthropologists discarded their work as “superstition” and missionaries disapproved of their “miracles.”
His work not only resulted in THE SECRET SCIENCE BEHIND MIRACLES, a study of the Huna Tradition, but also provided personal guidelines for self-improvement and exposed correlations between the Huna faith and religions of today as he further explained in THE SECRET SCIENCE AT WORK and THE HUNA CODE IN RELIGIONS.
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