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HinaHina is said by some to be the greatest of Polynesian goddesses. In certain tellings she is the original creator of the world, the goddesses and gods, and human beings. One story tells of her love affair with an eel, who is killed; she buries his head, and several days later the first coconut tree springs forth from the grave. Hina is perhaps best known as the woman who lives in the moon. There she creates beautiful tapa cloth from the bark of the mulberry tree, which we see as clouds surrounding the moon. Hina represents that part of ourselves that creatively brings forth nourishment even in the midst of what appears to be death and decay.

Susan Eleanor Boulet Trust.
Text by Michael Babcock.
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January 2006
Table of Contents
January Daykeeper Home
Maya: 2006—A Karmic Year for the U.S.
Alex Miller Mignone: Pluto-Galactic Center Conjunction
Bush Negates the Magna Carta
Dick Cheney in 2006
Global Warming Watch—Cape Town
Crystal's New Moon Meditation: Embrace Your Shadow
Daily Success Guide
January 1 through 31
Monthly Astrological Influences, January 2006
General Sun Signs,
January 2006
Skywatch—Saturn Dominates
Retrograde Watch: Venus Takes Full Stage
Goddess of the Month: Hina
Sign of the Month: Capricorn Maya's Sun Sign Archives

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