Pele blesses you with her flame of
Saturday, August 12, 2017
Pele, Hawaiian Volcano Goddess
Birthdate: 'Aukake 12, 2017 (08-12-17)
Pele offers her strength and passion to remind us that life’s fiery eruptions and emotional upheavals often clear the path for positive transformations.
Aloha e Pele! (Greetings, Pele!)
The Menehunes clap their hands, jumping up and down with excitement as soon as Pele emerges from the sacred Ohia forest.
Pele always brings the most fascinating news about the flaming spirit of
Volcano Goddess hurling fiery ribbons of lava down the mountain slopes, giving
birth to new rock formations and land.
Pele carries a Pahu (staff) with a flame of
surrounded by fragrant Maile leaves.
The flame embodies the light of spirit, knowledge and life.
Gifted with a passionate spirit, Menehune girl Pele was named after
Hawaii’s Fire Goddess.
Pele’s Tutu (grandmother) wove her Mana (spiritual energy) and Aloha (love) into Pele's Maile Haku (head lei). Tutu also sewed Pele’s red volcano dress which reflects the lava flow down the mountain slope.
She crocheted black panties and matching shoes. All these things were Tutu's gifts of Aloha (Love) for her beloved Mo’opuna Wahine (granddaughter).
Pele’s abundant black hair cascades down her back like the lava flow on the mountain slope.
Pele is about 4” tall fitting in the palm of your hand. The body is made out of stretch cotton and wired for flexibility. The eyes and mouth are intricately embroidered onto the face. Pele has tiny little hands and feet, ears, buttocks, and a belly button. All accessories were individually handcrafted.
Pele is a one of a kind collectible display dolls handcrafted by Hawaiian Dolls. She comes with her story and a certificate of authenticity.