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"Two seasons make up the Hawaiian Year, Kau is the dry season, Ho'oilo is the wet season. As I write from the Quonset hut in the woods here in the Pacific Northwest it feels like Ho'oilo has begun. It is Fall, the Fall Equinox celebrated a few days/po ago, marking Ho'oilo's beginning and the start of Makahiki preparations. In my crisscrossing life where my Hawaiian roots ground me and the contemporary requirements spin me like a windchime, I have consciously commited to studying time via my Hawaiian roots though cyber-explorations of the Hawaiian Moon Calendar. Six months of workshops concluded as the Muku the moon ended the month. I have pulled the cyber-explorations called the "Wa'a Workshops" out of the water for Makahiki. Those were serious voyages with a few wahine (women) ready to engage a crisscrossing of time. Now, I wish to play a bit with the knowledge gained and have some fun with the Po of Mahina..."
"Woman in the Moon" Bruce Lennon