What animal are you? What animal represents you and your family? In Hawaiian mythology, an ʻaumakua (often spelled aumakua) is a family god, often a deified ancestor. The Hawaiian plural of ʻaumakua is nā ʻaumākua, although in English the plural is usually ʻaumakuas. Nāʻaumākua frequently manifested as animals such as sharks or owls. Nā ʻaumākua were worshipped at localities (often rocks) where they were believed to "dwell". The appearance of an animal one regarded as an ʻaumakua was often believed to be an omen (of good or ill). There are also many stories of nā ʻaumākua (in animal form) intervening to save their descendants from harm. It was extremely bad luck to harm a manifested ʻaumakua.
I believe my 'aumakua is the Honu or sea turtle. Discover your 'amakua tonight at my kanikapila.
We are back at my shack tonight. See you there friends.
What: Pirate Jim's Ukulele Jam
Where: 87 Tuscany Springs Way NW
When: July 28 (tonight) - 7:30-9:00pm
$5.00 for non-members
If you have any questions or need directions please call 403-923-5704.
See you tonight!
A hui hou
- Pirate Jim