Laniakea means “immeasurable heaven”, in Hawaiian, a fitting name for the supercluster that our milky way galaxy is part of.
Interesting that Western astronomers would settle on a Hawaiian name to commemorate their super galactic discovery.
Of course, it really is not so surprising from an energetic angle nor from an akeneic perspective: the Hawaiian language, which finds its origins in the cluster of Polynesian languages, when going back far enough, finds its original spark in the ancient (now nearly forgotten but resurfacing) Lemurian languages.
In Lemurian, the tone/sound “Honomeia” is used to describe the actual “inside” dimension at the heart of all things, which, in the recent discovery, is being described in an “outward” (i.e. astrophysical) way.
“This cosmos is but the tiniest fraction of a particle of an electron orbiting one of the trillions of suns that, together, make up a feather, floating in the gardens of the honomeia divine.” — Lao Tze
The further “outward” we imagine, the deeper “inward” will we explore.
Always remember: dimension is size, and you’ll forever find your way Home.
What a wonderful human adventure indeed!
For more information: The Guardian