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3 Times Pele, the Volcano Goddess, Made An Appearance in Hawaiʻi

Hawaiʻi Island, where Pele calls home.

Art piece of Pele. Image taken at the Volcanoes National Park Visitor Center (HI) by Ron Cogswell.

The volcano goddess Pelehonuamea, also referred to as Pele, was born in Kahiki. One day, she accidentally generated an untouchable flow of lava that ultimately wiped out her older sister’s home, who was Namakaokahaʻi, the water goddess. This mistake and other issues created rivalry and…

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Mackenzie Plunkett

Mackenzie Plunkett

A Young Native Hawaiian Woman Passionate About Indigenous Sovereignty & Life In Hawaiʻi Nei

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