This month’s wallpaper shows Lilinoe (“fine mist), the younger sister of snow goddess Poli’ahu. It is said that she combs out Poli’ahu’s long hair every day and floats around her head like a cloud. Lilinoe resides on Puʻu ʻUlaʻula, the […]
Waka is one of the lizard goddesses who was worshipped by female chiefs in Hawai’i (yes, there are others! All in all, there are supposedly as many as 4000 deities in Hawai’i). One of the mountains on the planet Venus […]
Your free wallpaper of August shows Hi’iaka, the goddess of hula dancers, chant, sorcery and medicine. Her sister Pele (the goddess of volcanoes) brought her to Hawaii in the form of an egg. Pele kept the egg with her at […]
Your free wallpaper of July shows Laka, the goddess of wild forests and of the Hula dance.
Your free wallpaper of April shows Namaka, goddess of the sea. She’s the sister of powerful volcano goddess Pele. They don’t get along that well, though. Pele snatches Namaka’s lover away … naaah … no go! – that’s why Namaka […]
Kuku’ena is the Hawaiian goddess of Lei making. Leis are beautiful handmade garlands and wreaths, often made from flowers and native plants such as Maile, a fragrant leaf. Kuku’ena is wearing a Haku lei here (a head lei). Download your […]