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Does anyone have a copy of "Astronomy in Taino Mythology" by Sebatian Robiou-Lamarche Archaeoastronomy 7 (1-4);110-115 ?

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To anyone interested, her's all I have

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Wow!  This is wonderful, Nelson.  Hahom Bo-matum, d'atiao, for uploading these valuable articles!  :)

That was awesome my sister. Thank you so much for uploading that very valuable article!!!!

Always happy to help, d'atiao.  Just wish I figured out how to upload it sooner but better late than never.  :) 

Here are more

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Wow!  Once again, this is wonderful, Nelson.  Hahom Bo-matum, d'atiao, for uploading and sharing these valuable articles!  :)

There is also a Cherokee story about hungry (bad) boys floating up to create the Pleiades (http://www.ilhawaii.net/~stony/597myths.html). There is also an Onondaga story that is similar (http://www.firstpeople.us/FP-Html-Legends/OriginofthePleiades-Onond...).

What does this mean that there are so many stories about the Pleiades and hungry children? Does this simply indicate that all of our Native relatives are truly related, that we simply shared our stories far and wide, or that somehow we have all intuited some sort of connection with the Pleiades and hunger and/or children?

Perhaps one thing it shows is a close connection between South American, Caribbean, and North American Natives.

I love the connection whatever it means.

This is fascinating, Jeffry.  Hahom Bo-matum, d'atiao, for uploading and sharing these valuable articles.  :)

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