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The Secrets and Mysteries of Hawaiiby William Pil Chiles
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Hawaii — a place all the world knows as paradise and one of the most remote places on earth — may hold a clue for all humanity during our very defining moment in history. Pila explains why Hawaii is the crossroads of all our mysteries. The Hawaiian people, their legends and culture, even the location of the islands themselves hold a key that could unlock a giant door and reveal the path to our future.
Pila of Hawaii will take you on a journey through time and captivate your soul with the life-transforming power that the islands' sacred sites, folklore and myths bring to those who are willing to seek it. Whether you are planning a trip to this tropical paradise or searching for greater insights into your own spirit, this book will open you to a world of exquisite beauty and power.
Pila of Hawaii takes readers on a journey through time and captivates their souls with the life-transforming power of the islands' sacred sites, folklore and myths.
About the Author
William 'Pila' Chiles is a decorated Vietnam veteran with the Marine Corps-elite Reconnaissance Unit and survivor of a top secret experimental program in guerilla warfare. During a near-death combat experience, he had a vision of the future that led to his home in Hawaii. Today he is known for his psychic insights as a teacher of the ancient Hawaiian Huna wisdom. He is a NLP Trainer, "Essence Master," and ordained minister. Known as the "Pied Piper of Paradise," Pila has captivated audiences internationally with his mystical musical journeys of the mind and the electric response to his authentic Hawaiian chanting. He has taken the chant to the United Nations, New York City, and Vienna and was the only haole (non-blood Hawaiian) to perform an official Hawaiian Blessing for the opening of a state institution. Pila was also honored as a guest speaker on both interisland cruise ships for the week long "Year of the Hawaiian" international celebration.
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