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Hawaiian Mythology
The Ancient Hawaiian society focused on balance and equilibrium between the forces of nature and men.  Their main priority was to keep order between the heavens and the earth.  The Hawaiians had no written language.  The only link to Ancient Hawaiian history is from oral chronicles that have been passed down from generation to generation, such as chants, and few archeological finds.  Their oral chronicles reinforced the sanctions of religion and the authority of their gods.

Hawaiians were a strong community that believed that the individual is nothing, but the communality was all.  They lived life at a simple level, enjoying games and athletic contests.


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