"I'm not exactly sure the spam came through the Beike Lodge. But it definitely came through this indigenous Caribbean/ning network. I might have posted my warning only to the Beike Lodge by accident. I meant to post it to my personal page so…"
"Yes,hello! Thank you...I figured we are either Beikes or behiques in training,so it is good to be in touch! I have struggled with Lyme Disease for a few years now,so my movement forward has been very slow-not to mention I live rather far (6…"
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
Thought it would be nice to talk about creative matters. We may not all work in the same mediums, but it's always nice to share with other artists on the creative process, the feelings that inspire us as well as sharing ideas and possibilities.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
Medicina Alternativa & The Open International University for Complementary Medicines awarded Windsong an M.D. for her work as a hereditary shaman and as an alternative medical practitioner, recognizing her as a Traditional Indigenous Doctor and as a Doctor of Alternative Medicine.
Doctoral degrees awarded by Medicina Alternativa & OIUCM are internationally accredited by UNESCO, the World Health Organization, and the University for Peace mandated by the United Nations.
Taino spirituality & life ways; traditional indigenous medicine; holistic healing; midwifery; spinning & weaving
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Yes,hello! Thank you...I figured we are either Beikes or behiques in training,so it is good to be in touch! I have struggled with Lyme Disease for a few years now,so my movement forward has been very slow-not to mention I live rather far (6 hours),and don't have a lot of money-at least 150. goes to herbs and supplements every month,to stay healthy.I went the natural route,and have made great strides in my condition. I love your name-how can you go wrong?! I love my name as well,as there is a very magical story behind it,and behique knew things he "couldn't have known",in the natural,in you know what I mean-thanks to his Cemi-saki ,totem animal spirit. Well,take care ,hope that your journeys are meaningful and good! Frank AkuTurey