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does anyone have photos of sacred trees they would like to share? I am specifically looking for a tree that is nearly white, has thorns and is tropical, as well as trees used to make sea going vessles (canoes and such).
thank you~c

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MUCHAS GRACIAS SAMUEL
THIS IS THE ONE I WAS LOOKING FOR!
also
is there one with thorns? or does this one have thorns?
and do you have a picture in color with the bark up close????
~c
The ceiba tree has thorns in its bark. If you ever go to Caguana Ceremonial Park in Boriken, there is a large ceiba in between the bateys.
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sacred_Mayan_Ceiba_Tree.jpg
here is what i was looking for
this has been a fine and interesting treasure hunt
:-)
We have trees on our property that the seeds were used for cohoba.

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