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The Aloha Ke Akua Invocation

The Aloha Ke Akua Invocation

  • By Seven7Sisters
  • Release 20/09/2013
  • Music Genre International
  • Media Format CD
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The sacred teachings of the Hawaiians from time immemorial was passed on through song (chant) committed to the memories of one's chosen for such commitment, these chants (oli) vibrationally and phonetically create a wholeness in the chanter and all that hear it. The violent cries of the sea (tsunami's) have revealed that the time is now for the healing that comes from the people of the sea to be shared with the World. Seven7Sisters is honored to present in this album the Aloha Ke Akua Invocation presenting Noa hawaiian chants under the guidance of Kumu Hula Princess Mahealani Ventura. For 13 years Seven7Sisters has been assisting the activation of positive planetary change, through performance art. Seven7Sisters takes you on a incredible archetypal, sound and light healing journey. Aligning with the Kupuna of Hawaii, the pleiades, and the creation rays of the 7 mighty Elohim, the creators of the blueprints of the earth. Seven7Sisters is a prophecy about resonating with all cultures, in hopes that the sound and light activations that we deliver can be a thread that unifies all voices and perpetuates world peace, healing and unity.

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Artist: Seven7Sisters
Title: The Aloha Ke Akua Invocation
Genre: International
Release Date: 20/09/2013
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 884501970822

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