2,500 miles from the nearest continent, Hawaiʻi would seem to be an ideal spot to escape from a zombie-infected world. But what if the outbreak started here? After rounding up your friends and family, what would you do and where would you go?
The most contentious nodes of local culture are connected to material remains of Hawaiian culture, especially locations that are historically and spiritually significant to Hawaiian people but not officially “policed” or maintained. The summer home of King Kamehameha III, Kaniakapūpū (“The Singing Of The Land Shell”), is one such place.
Dreams have mystified and haunted people for generations, spanning eons, challenging all with their elusive messages. Learning to understand them can be of great benefit.