It seems that the word 'Pele' was used in the Bible but has now been purged from it.
Pele is used 13 times in the Hebrew Bible but has been swapped for 'wonders'.
'Pele' is also a Hebrew boy's name.
The name 'Pele' in Hawaiian means 'lava' and the word for volcano is 'lua pele'.
“Wonder” or “astonishment” define this Hebrew word. It means that which is “unusual” or “extraordinary” to such a degree it astonishes the witnesses and provokdes wonder. Again, it is the state of something being beyond the ordinary or beyond what is humanly possible such that one is awe-struck. More here.
Lava from the volcano god Pele in Hawaii and lava from the volcano god Yahweh would certainly have astonished the witnesses and provoked wonder.
And this hysterical article referencing a book called 'Perpetuated in Righteousness' disputing the possibility the Hawaiians, as well as the Incas, worshipped Yahweh. Well, they are connected in one aspect at least......volcanic activity worship.