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While the kingship was inherited by Kalaniʻōpuʻu's son, Kīwalaʻō, Kamehameha was given a prominent religious position, guardianship of the Hawaiian god of war, Kūkāi's body to the gods instead of to Kīwalaʻō.Kamehameha accepted the allegiance of a group of chiefs from the Kona district.A story found at the Hilo Library holds that Ululani, High Chiefess of Hilo, wife of Keawemauhili, and other High Chiefs/Chiefesses were brought together by Prince Kai o Kuanui a Kanaele of Kawaihae to prophesy over Kamehameha.Ululani then introduced her son Keawe I Kahikona of Keaau Village (the only other Chief to ever lift the Naha stone) as the younger brother to Kamehameha, so later they would not fight.
Kamehameha and his Council of Chiefs planned to unite the rest of the Hawaiian Islands.
Keōua acknowledged him as his son and this was recognized in official genealogies.
Kamakau wrote, "It was during the time of the warfare among the chiefs of [the island of] Hawaii which followed the death of Keawe, chief over the whole island (Ke-awe-i-kekahi-aliʻi-o-ka-moku) that Kamehameha I was born". Abraham Fornander wrote, "An Account of the Polynesian Race: Its Origins and Migrations": "when Kamehameha died in 1819 he was past eighty years old.
The other story is after the Prophecy was passed along by the High Priests/Priestesses and High Chiefs/Chiefesses.
The fulfilling of the Prophecy by lifting the Naha Stone, singled out Kamehameha as the fulfiller of the Prophecy.
His birth would thus fall between 17, probably nearer the former than the latter".