A BOOK BY IRVING JENKINS
It is the story of two cousins,
Kamehameha and the beloved, but now
who once ruled vast areas of Hawaii Island
and was murdered by Kamehameha
Part One is the story of “Lord of the Haao Rain”, the revered 18th century Hawaii Island Keawe dynasty ruling chief, Keouakuahuula, who with his twin brother repeatedly fought and consistently defeated the invading armies of their older cousin, Kamehameha, until Kamehameha assassinated Keouakuahuula and later sacrificed his twin brother.
Part Two identifies Forbes Cave as the tomb of Keouakuahuula, last ruling chief of the primary descendant line of the century-old Keawe dynasty. The treasures interred with him are identified here as his personal royal regalia and ceremonial articles for temple
rites associated with this sacred ruling chief who was also last senior Keawe dynasty high-priest of the ancient Hawaii Island Lono order.