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This year's celebration of the Summer Solstice was very special for several reasons: Behike Miguel's presence and gentle teaching sparked the dormant roots of Taino Spirituality in many; the gift of celebrating on the grounds of the Youngstown Ohio Teaching Lodge of the CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE; meeting for the first time Akichitay and his gift of a Mayohuakan to the Youngstown Lodge. I was deeply moved, as were those in attendance, including members of the Ohio Bohio Atabey. The ceremony had additional meaning for the ongoing Taino resurgence and the poignant presence of UCTP, Caney Spiritual Circle, Bohio Atabey and the Teaching Lodge. There was a healing aspect for many, including our Cherokee sister,Gail whose been enduring a painful illness; my sister,Gracie(MS), and my dear sister-in-law Kelly(CA). Her daughter Anani was deeply moved by the love shared. This was her first Taino ceremony! The future is hopeful for all. Seneko Kakona, Xochitl AnaO Quinones delValle
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