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Hawaiian Nine & Lono in Talismans


We [native Hawaiian] have a counting system based on 4, however we also interlace it with the number 5. They yield a 9. That gets spooooooky. Nine is the final number.

May I tell you how ours becomes a nine? Hold up your hand, stretch the fingers apart a bit. How many empty spaces between the fingers? 4. Now count how many fingers on that one hand. 5. That space of 4. The empty is an essential concept, and the fifth finger throws off the balance of the 8. 8 is its own sacredness. It gets more complex. Like the space between 4 and 4?

Well, with a base math system of 4, what the heck is that 5 doing in there? It points to confusion/chaos yet also balance/harmony. It points to an entrance, too, to another realm. Indeed, that symbol, even in the example I mentioned, is also often seen as auspicious but never for individuals, always positive change on a big picture scale.

Right, big thing. Cosmic hitch hiking.

And this is Lono our family ancestor and also a talisman of sorts. His magick is seen in the abstract rising above his head which is even squished in a bit, the body even more so. So what does that tell you about magick? It’s in the head, or over the head?

That’s like the crown chakra.

Both, in and over. Ah, personal and transcendent.

A lot comes into us through the fontanel. The fontanel is a vital joint. It has to maintain at least a small amount of flexibility. It’s the only way your cranial and spinal fluid can circulate and has a huge impact on your state of mind.

If the fontanel is not totally closed, even more information can be accepted. I think that the structure of the fontanel can vary and still remain perfectly functional, like limbs or even thoracic dimensions.

Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.

Travis Saunders
Dragon Intuitive

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