In ancient times, tiki (or ki'i) were carved to represent the image of a certain god and as an embodiment of that specific god's mana, or power.

Kanaloa was the god of the ocean, long distance sailing, and healing.  He was considered a taming force. In Tahiti his name is Ta’aroa, in Samoa – Tagaloa, in New Zealand - Tangaroa. Among the body forms of Kanaloa are banana, octopus and porpoise.

Kanaloa is also considered to be the god of the Underworld and a

teacher of magic.

Carved from Monkey Pod Rain Tree (samanea samen).

36"H x 10"W x 10"D

36" KANALOA TIKI - BISHOP MUSEUM REPLICA

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