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Poster: The Goddess Pele

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To many Hawaiians Pelehonuamea (‘lava, the red earth’) is actually an aumakua, or ancestral spirit, whose blood flows in their veins, and whom they revere as a part of their lineage. A grand mythic cycle of chants and hula describe her journey from island to island seeking a home, before settling in the living crater of Halemaʻumaʻu.

In this portrait, Pele strides through a volcanic landscape of magma and burning ʻohiʻa forest, holding her sister Hiʻiakaʻikapoliopele (Hiʻiaka in the bosom of Pele) in her embryonic form of an egg, while stirring the lava with her o’o staff.

E Pele e!

Ke Akua Wahine o ka pa’haku ‘ena’ena, ‘eli’eli kau mai!

(O goddess of the burning stones, let wonder and awe possess me!)

 Original Art by Arthur Johnsen

  • Product dimensions: 24 x 18 inches

NOTE: THIS POSTER HAS HIGHER RISK TO BE DAMAGED DURING SHIPPING. WE WOULD SUGGEST YOU TO PURCHASE A PROTECTIVE MAILING TUBE.

Sku: 200347
$9.95
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