Monthly Archives: October 2014

Tiki Gods From Ancient Hawaii

Long ago in Hawaii, from fire ejecting volcanoes as well powerful plunging surf, ancient Hawaiians filled their incredible land as well as their past with tiki gods. Ancient oracles of Hawaiian kahunas perched on volcano cliffs, carved wooden tikis peering with the jungle, mystic caves along the coast and great tiki god temples of sacrifice…
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My Guitar Gently Weeps on the Ukulele

The ukulele sometimes abbreviated to uke, is a chordophone categorized as a plucked lute; it is a part of the guitar family of tools, typically with four nylon or intestine strands or four programs of strings. The ukulele originated during the 19th century as a Hawaiian version of the cavaquinho or braguinha as well as…
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