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Hawaiian Tiki ~ With well-formed tikis, the people could attain protection from harm, strengthen their power in times of war and be blessed with successful crops.

Hawaiian Tiki ~ With well-formed tikis, the people could attain protection from harm, strengthen their power in times of war and be blessed with successful crops. Bless me oh Tiki Gods

Figure of the war god Ku-ka'ili-moku, probably 1790-1810, C.E., 272 cm, Hawai'i © Trustees of the British Museum

Figure of the war god Ku-ka'ili-moku, probably C., 272 cm, Hawai'i © Trustees of the British Museum

Hawaiian Tiki At Hale O Keawe Heiau

Picture of Hawaiian Tiki warrior wood carving statue protecting the Hale o Keawe Heiau at the Place of Refuge, Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park, Bi

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