In the evening that the coffin of King Kalākaua was placed on view, a half-Hawaiian and half-caucasian woman directed ceremonies associated with Hawaiian kahuna. After she led her followers, arriving to and entering the mausoleum of the Aliʻi Parent Keohokalole. The activities of these people who dwell in ignorance and follow the instructions of kahuna who practice ʻanāʻanā [generally translated as "sorcery," ʻanāʻanā is a death-dealing and life-giving practice], Kalakea and the deceitful practitioners, is to thwart God's righteous Prophet Daniel. The Christian name of the Hawaiian Nation/People is dirtied by the deeds of these disciples of Satan under the direction of idol-worshipping Ministers, under a woman who acts as a medium for gods just as Saul who was deceived.
Published in Ka Leo o ka Lahui (Voice of the Nation/People) on 17 February 1891.
Hawaiian Religion: Hoomanamana ceremonies conducted on the night that King Kalakaua was laid in state (1891)