Kp note: While residing in Captain Cook, from 2010-2013, this was one of my “mission centers”. Often went there for ceremony, jumping off rocks into ocean, swimming around from one place to another.
I do not view the space being “damaged” or “ruined”. Rather, I view this as a type of cleansing and transformation. Removing the old paradigm energies, and preparing for the influx of new energies, and Hawaii’s next phase (of the Kingdom of Hawai’i, very likely).
The effects from the past week’s higher west-side surf were greater than during the 3-11-11 tsunami. The park ranger says that it is possibly related to the planetary warming, leading to a rise in ocean heights.
(Big Island Video News) HONAUNAU, Hawaii – Damage assessments continue in West Hawaii following a week of pounding waves and high surf. On Tuesday, Visionary Video cameras got a glimpse of the damage sustained at Puuhonua o Honaunau, South Kona’s treasured National Historical Park site.
CREDITS: Video by Lynn Beittel of Visionary Video, photos courtesy National Park Service, edited by David Corrigan