November 14th, 2008 by sabrina

Mo’o-inanea is a Hawaiian dragon Goddess. She brought the dragon Gods to Hawaii and eventually settled on the island of Oahu in a clay pit. The pit was so honored by the people that it was declared tabu and was therefore to be left alone. Mo’o-inanea’s name means “self-reliant dragon.”

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