MAY 15th - June 14th
HINAIAELEELE DESCRIBES THE HYADES ("V" SHAPE) OF TAURUS
‘Ike Hōkū (star knowledge) is of the Martha Noyes lineage and is centered at Kūkaniloko, O‘ahu. Calendar systems are unique to place, era and lineage.
Hinaiaeleele describes the "v" shape of the Hyades in the constellation of Taurus. In certain lineages of esoteric 'ike hōkū (star knowledge) Hinaiaeleele was seen as a container somewhat similar in function to a womb. Most, if not all traditional concepts focus on the balance of wāhine (female) and kāne (male). Hinaiaeleele is one of the primary female elements of the celestial sphere.
The dates that the Hilo moon occurred in May over the last five years
MAY 15TH (2018) I MAY 25TH (2017) I MAY 6TH (2016) I MAY 18TH (2015) I MAY 28TH (2014)
Solar Cycle Events • Solar Zenith on O‘ahu May 26th & 27th at 12:28pm
As the sun moves northward Ke Alanui Polohiwa a Kāne (the Tropic of Cancer) it will be pass directly above us at solar noon. This is called the solar zenith. During this time we see the phenomena of vertical objects casting "no shadow." At this instance on May 26th & 27th at 12:28pm, an axis is formed from the sun to the crown of the head and to the center of the earth.
Nā Māhina Piha (full moons)- Akua & Hoku
•If you count visible moons from Mahina Hilo on May 15th, then Mahina Akua (rising May 28th) is the full moon this cycle
•Hoku will also appear full
•The moon is 100% illuminated at 4:19am, May 29th
Ho‘emi- Lono, Mauli & Muku
•There will be 30 nights and 29 moons
•Mahina Lono, the 28th moon, rises before dawn on the morning of June 12th
•Pō Mauli, the 29th night, begins at sunset on June 12th
•The 29th moon will rise Muku at sunrise on June 13th
•The New Moon occurs at 9:43am on June 13th
•Pō Muku, the 30th night, begins at sunset on June 13th