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Jaime Rosario
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  • Novato, CA
  • United States
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Mia Lynn Rosario (Hibi D' Aniki) left a comment for Jaime Rosario
"Hola Jaime- My mothers side is from Añasco and Mayaguez, PR  I have family (Justiniano surname my mom and Byron, grandma) My father's side of the family is not known to me as he left when I was 3.  So my ROSARIO side of my…"
Aug 11, 2020

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I am Jibaro Boricua Taino. Born and raised in Waukegan, IL. My family and ancestry is from Toro Negro in the Orocovis/Morovis and Ciales located in Boriken. I am a teacher,a bodyworker,dancer,singer,and I enjoy meeting new people on this Red Road of life. For the moment I reside in San Geronimo, CA returning from BC Canada where I lived since 2000.
I have a BS/Bachelor's of Science, in Elementary Education from Western Illinois University, I am a CMT/Certified Massage Bodyworker/Craniosacral/Sports Massage, and Reiki Master in the "untraditional" field of education.
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For over 30 yrs of my life I have been searching for information regarding our people, our songs, rituals, healings, and ceremony.I have been active in the Lakota/Dakota Wico'hoki'/Way of life since they brought me off the "black road" in 1984 and for that, I am grateful. Had it not been for the Lakota/Dakota people I would not have ever found the Red Road and my People. Many thanks, Bomotum to brother Roberto "Mucaro" Borrerro for assisting me connecting me with my People and Nacion....Han han katu! Tainoti...

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At 2:37pm on August 11, 2020, Mia Lynn Rosario (Hibi D' Aniki) said…

Hola Jaime-

My mothers side is from Añasco and Mayaguez, PR  I have family (Justiniano surname my mom and Byron, grandma)

My father's side of the family is not known to me as he left when I was 3.  So my ROSARIO side of my family tree is a small "branch" with 2 or 3 leaves!! 

On my mom's side I have a few branches, limbs and leaves...that's what I am trying to work on mostly

seneko kakona

At 7:17pm on September 25, 2009, Darla Day Clancey said…
Hi! Jaime...
in our community some of our people prepare for "All Souls Day" Nov.1st
Some households make a dinner and is shared with other people who drop by
to eat. A sp[rit plate is offered to your loved ones who passed on.
This was done in the passed and almost disappeared and came back again.
The family will prepare traditional dishes. Have you experienced this while your stay in Ontario ?
At 3:59pm on June 21, 2009, Darla Day Clancey said…
Jaime...nice photo's...

At 11:50am on January 30, 2009, Jaime Rosario Rivera said…
Gracias....I hope you have a wonderful one as well and a safe one...many blessings to you, brother....cuidate....Jaime
At 2:51am on January 13, 2009, Caracoli said…
Guakia Baba (Our Father)

turey toca (is in sky)

Guami-ke-ni (Lord of land and water)

Guami-caraya-guey (Lord of moon and sun)

guarico (come to) guakia (us), taino-ti (good,tall)

bo-matum; (big,generous), busica (give to), guakia (us)

Yucubia-aje-cazabi; (tubercles,bread)

Huracan-wa (bad spirit no),

Maboya-wa (ghost no),

Yukiyu-han; (good spirit yes),

nabori daca (servant am I),

Han-Han Catu (So be it
At 5:09pm on December 16, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
Hello and a warm welcome Jaime. I am the site administrator for this network and it would be my pleasure to answer any questions you might have about using this site. In the meantime, enjoy, and I hope you find your experience here rewarding.

Very best wishes.
At 11:42am on December 7, 2008, Marianela Medrano said…
Hola Jaime,

These pictures are fro San Cristobal, Dominican Republic. Part of my research included visiting the Taino ceremonial sites in Quisqueya.
At 2:04pm on December 3, 2008, Rixturey said…
I wish I knew more Lakota, but may Tunkashila keep you well always. Thank you for your kind thoughts.
At 1:35pm on December 3, 2008, Rixturey said…
My mother was born in Caguas and my father in Comerio, raised in Aguas Buenas. I was born in NY, but have traveled quite a bit. Spent some time in Cali in 2002 with friends. I have also been to the Rosebud reservation in South Dakota. Right now I live in Maryland.
At 1:19pm on December 3, 2008, Rixturey said…
I thought you might like this image I did of the inipi (kansi, in Taino)



Dog trade in the ancient Caribbean

Created by Miguel Sague Jr Dec 27, 2020 at 6:11pm. Last updated by Miguel Sague Jr Dec 27, 2020.

Cotton Weaving on Taino Belt

Created by Miguel Sague Jr Dec 3, 2020 at 2:36pm. Last updated by Miguel Sague Jr Dec 3, 2020.




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