How you can help …
Our commitment is that the Huna Bulletins by Max Freedom Long will always be free to you.
It has taken hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars out of pocket to acquire and digitize this information for the Internet. Now complete, there are 222 Huna Bulletins written over a 23 year period totaling close to 3000 pages.
These writings were previously unavailable except to a handful of people. Since these bulletins required an entire bookshelf, even if you were one of the lucky few who had an entire set, finding the information you were looking for was challenging and the results were probably incomplete. Now that we’re done, the digitized version of the Huna Bulletins is easy to browse and quick to search using the latest technology.
This collection of writings is very important for this stage in the development of Huna. Many people originally thought that Huna would die when Max Freedom Long died. As you know Huna survived and has branched into new areas.
Very few people involved with Huna now actually knew Max Freedom Long. Other than the students who knew him and have created courses, up until now all that remained was his published books. The books didn’t include everything and additional discoveries were reported in the Huna Bulletins after the books were published. These bulletins about Huna provide more in-depth explanation and help us rediscover important teachings and practices that may have been lost.
Each of the 222 Huna Bulletins required around $25 and 4 hours to scan, digitize, edit for errors, and reformat for the Internet. Anything you can donate would help us recoup those costs and have finances for other MFL projects that are going on.
Your donation is greatly appreciated. We will gladly generate a receipt if you need it to track education or business expenses.
Mahalo, Kahuna Manawanui