The Weapons of Lua - Iwi

Iwi - The Weapons of Lua - 'Ôlohe Solomon Kaihewalu

Iwi, meaning Bone or bone from the Human. It once was considered and cherished coming from the dead. The Thigh Bone, the Shoulder Blade, the Hipbone, the Collarbone, the Forearm bone, the Rib Bone - these bones were once used as spears and knifes.

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