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It would be easy to dismiss the sacred cow of India and Egypt as being the animal as the source of life-giving milk and meat. But could there be another meaning?

In my books, the answer is yes. And it relates to the werewolf as part of the serpent line.

While I cannot speak to the habits of hybrids at this time, I can say that while I have heard a werewolf growl or, more commonly, “huff,” I have not heard one howl. A howl is more commonly associated with canines, wolves and possibly humans/woodwoses.

So why is using this word in relation to the werewolf a problem or how did it become a problem?

The Hawaiian language and myths hold some answers to these mysteries. And it would seem that within the Hawaiian language, the word “kau” comes to mean “food.” But it goes deeper than that to actually become the word for “sacrifice.” In my books, this comes into play with regards to Jesus and his bloodline.

Note also that here the fact that Pele is a “sacred earth person” reinforces the fact that there are humans claiming to be gods.

These humans may have bastardized the meaning of the word (as Hawaii has ties to Eve) and in Hawaiian, the Kaua come to mean “humans drawn on for sacrifice.” The key here is to understand that it was humans meant for sacrifice and not those of any supernatural bloodline.

However, the legacy of this word does carry over into the relationship between the vampyre and the werewolf.

Additionally, one will see that the word Caucasian has the root of “kau.” And, in Hawaii, the slang term for a Caucasian is “howlie.”

Why is Nehebakau important? Because of the word “kau,” but also the relation to serpents. For if you use the anagram of “auk,” it is the Tocharian word for “serpent.”

Of course, one will also recall that Auckland is a city in New Zealand and the Maori myth speaks of Caucasian or white people living on the island when they arrived.

There are other myths, specifically relating to cranes, of little people being hunted and eaten. If the cranes or birds represent a tribe of peoples, it could be that they saw the fey/elven as food for their magical abilities or tried to use them as special sacrifices due to their abilities.

This is even more interesting, from a Polynesian standpoint, because the Maori go out of their way to name themselves what means “normal or ordinary.” It may be that they had originally been called by another name and started to be hunted when the Caucasians fled. And the Caucasians in any given area would likely have a natural suspicion toward non-Caucasian.

Narrowing down which groups were hunting the bloodline(s) would be difficult with additional information as there are African tribes that used birds as symbols and Native American tribes were called by many bird names. There has also been Polynesian DNA found in old Native American bones.

So this further makes sense if Jesus is of Adam’s line and considered to be of special serpent blood.