Mikahala Roy is Lamakū of Ahu’ena Heiau at Kamakahonu (located at Kailua Kona). These documents were recently written by Mikahala and and requested to be published, by Ali`i Nui Mō`ī Edmund K. Silva, Jr.
“I’ve stood among the people for the protection of Mauna a Wakea as the Voice for the first restored temple of worship for ‘Oiwi in the Hawaiian Islands. Ahu’ena Heiau at Kamakahonu is the location of the only Lana Nu’u Mamao. This Oracle stands as evidence of the unbroken connection of ‘Oiwi with their Ancestors and Akua Manamanaloa (Divine Creator). The Anu’u Tower stands in living representation of the Spirit of the tallest mountain peak in Hawaii and in the world ~ Mauna a Wakea.
“Alii Nui Mo’i Edmund K. Silva, Jr. by the support matrix of the people, Nou Ke Akua Ke Aupuni Hawaii, has demonstrated commitment and consistent love for Hawaii. There is no other that has demonstrated this level of love and dedication. His reach of concern begins at our beginnings ~ in the spirituality of our Lands. He defends Mauna a Wakea in the now ~ and for years (visible by website contributions) he has consistently been the voice and presence of protection of all life within sacred Hawaii from Kumukahi o ka Moku o Keawe through Papahanaumokuakea. It is His Voice that’s been the voice echoing in the halls that would pose potential or actual threat to Hawaii. It is His Presence that is known by leaders in the U.S., Hawaii and the world.
“As Lamaku for Kamakahonu, Hawaii, I support the Conveyances of Divine Spirit. I uphold the leadership of Alii Nui Mo’i Edmund K. Silva, Jr. His actions and the work of Nou Ke Akua Ke Aupuni o Hawaii, are proof of his commitment to Akua.
“The Kuleana of Greatest Leaders is the Great Responsibility. Ali’i Nui Mo’i Edmund K. Silva Jr.’s actions build the bridge of connection between mankind and the Highest Light. His actions lay the foundation for what we all may now construct in righteousness from this time forward.
“Support the work now for the Restored Kingdom of Hawaii in the leadership of Alii Nui Mo’i Edmund K. Silva, Jr.”