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They arrived at Waimea, Kauaʻi at very first light. Kakei then roared his war cry.
Kakei and his warriors killed a lot of people in a short time. They even set fire to their homes.
Kakei ordered his men to seize women, children, canoes, calabashes, mats, feather cloaks and any other valuables. Then, they were to gather them on the beach.
Fearing for his life, Kakei put all of the people he took along with the riches on a canoe. Then he sent them back to Waimea, Kauaʻi.
.....the earth shook violently and lava poured out of Pūowaina. That wasn't the only thing, the ʻaumakua of the women and children taken, rose out of the volcano and danced solemnly.
As soon as the canoe was out of sight the lava cooled, the ʻaumakua stopped dancing and disappeared. Volcanic activity never returned to the island of Oʻahu.
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