"I welcome you as a new friend. I find your short bio and your academic background most interesting and as to the story of your life as a woman. Keep in contact and if you should have any question in regards to the traditional Taino Native American…"
List the time & date of the powwows/areitos you're attending, so if others are also going they can meet-up with you!Please post the name and date of the gathering in the title of your post! Hope to see you on the trail!See More
An online forum dedicated to expounding the spiritual traditions of ancient and contemporary Taino people of the Caribbean as understood by the CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE. Membership in this group does not make you a member in our Caney Circle. You need to enroll in the official membership community MECGC CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE to be a member. But as a part of this group you can get a taste of the Taino wisdom and tradition which we enjoy in the CANEY CIRCLE.See More
For those interested in learning and revitalizing the Indigenous languages of the Caribbean. Includes, Taíno, Karifuna, Garifuna, Lokono, Wayuu, Añu (Paraujano), Warao, Carib etc.THE USE OF ANY INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE IS WELCOMED AND ENCOURAGED! :)See More
I was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico and am bilingual. I have great friends who I love very much and if they were the only friends I ever made for the rest of my life, I'd be perfectly happy. I'm the mother of two sweet, beautiful daughters and a handsome, rambunctious son. I am also the proud wife of an Army soldier. My family is my world and I couldn't imagine my life without them in it!
If you know me, there's really no point in elaborating any further.
If you don't know me, it's none of your business anyway!
Stay-at-home Mom (SAHM)
In Progess: Bachelors in Psychology & Biology.
Private. You'll have to send me a message to get it.
Taino, Arawak, Kalinago, and Garifuna cultures especially the different languages and spiritual practices. I'm interested in learning as much as possible about all Native Americans as well as other traditions especially those generally considered to be Pagan rather than Abrahamic religions.
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I welcome you as a new friend. I find your short bio and your academic background most interesting and as to the story of your life as a woman. Keep in contact and if you should have any question in regards to the traditional Taino Native American Indian spirituality and its Pre-Colombian culture, you may privately email message me Chief Pedro Guanikeyu Torres for my thoughts and a consultation via my tribal email at firstname.lastname@example.org If You wish you can further look me up on Facebook via the user name Pedro Guanikeyu Torres as I am always willing and ready to share my elder's wisdom on various Taino cultural topics and historical subject matters. Many Thanks for being one of my new friend here on this Caribbean Indigenous network.