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Maui Nei

April 17, 2014
By RON YOUNGBLOOD (ryoungblood@hawaii.rr.com) , For The Maui News

The inky night sky is as much a part of the Maui experience as the more celebrated blue of the day. For Hawaiians, perhaps the night sky was more important. Sunset marked the start of the Hawaiian day. The hours of darkness were also the time when the veil between the natural and supernatural parted. Night, known as po, was also the time for Mahina, the moon, and na hoku, the stars.

 
 

 

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