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About Me:
I'm taino and I'm very interested in arranging a traditional marriage for me and my fiance. He is North American Native. He's half Mohawk and Oneida.
Occupation:
Trucker
Contact Information:
315-640-9523
Research Interests:
Traditional wedding

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At 5:12pm on September 13, 2016, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

Hi again

Here are some images of a Taino wedding that I attended this past weekend. Many of the features of this wedding were pretty much like those that I celebrate.

At 1:58pm on September 6, 2016, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

Greetings again

If you click this LINK you can access the entire blog report on a recent wedding that I carried out in New England. In the blog you can see all the details of what a typical Caney Circle wedding can loook like. Of course you can discuss details with me  that you wish to include or change in the overall ceremony to make it more uniquely yours.

At 6:24pm on September 3, 2016, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

We do require that you provide a number of items that are necessary for the ceremony. These are the items:

1.) A sheet, blanket or shawl that can be draped over both your shoulders to symbolize the fact that you will be sharing the same covering or the same home together.

2.) two glasses or cups to drink water out of and a container of water.

3.) a can of yellow kernel corn, a can of black beans, one green zuchini squash, a can opener

4.) a cigar

5.) an eight-foot long white ribbon or sash

6.) a small plate of cooked turkey of cold cut turkey slices and a small plate of corn cake or corn chips

At 6:00pm on September 3, 2016, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

We don't require you to wear any particular type of regalia at the Caney Circle wedding so you can either choose to wear a typical wedding dress such as this one worn by my niece when I married her to her husband.

pouring water from wedding vase 2

Or very traditional Taino regalia

Or even just a pretty dress and nice suit

At 5:53pm on September 3, 2016, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

I sent you a set of three personal messages that include information taken from our behike training manual so that  you can see the details of a Caney Circle wedding ceremony.

It is important for you to know that we don't require the bride and the groom to dress in any particular manner. The bride and the groom dress in any way that they choose to. However the twentyfirst century Tainos have arrived at a kind of consensus of what our regalia looks like. To a certain extent, in general terms our people typically wear white cotton clothing to honor the fact that ancient Taino women wore white cotton skirts called "naguas" and men wore white cotton loincloths called "wayukos". Since ancient era Tainos wore very little clothing and in some instances actually went naked, modern day Tainos nowadays wear a wide range of these white cotton regalia, ranging from very scanty and body-revealing garments

  to more body-covering clothing.

At 5:26pm on September 3, 2016, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

Dear Taino Sister

Please click on this LINK to read the information about CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE weddings that is found the our official website.

Here I will include the information found in the training manual for Caney Circle behikes which describes how to conduct a wedding:

At 3:57pm on September 3, 2016, Jessica Walker said…
My family is from Puerto Rico.
At 3:55pm on September 3, 2016, Jessica Walker said…
Hi Miguel. Can you please send me information about the marriage ceremony and its clothing for the bride. My future husbands name is Kevin Wayne Watson. I first born with the name of Jessica Reyes. I was adopted by my birth mothers cousin and my name changed to Jessica Marie Pinela. It's Walker cause when I was 17 my adopted mom signed the papers for me to marry my two oldest kids father so she can get rid of me. It's a long story but I'm getting divorced now. I'm just waiting on the paper work and that's it. My birth mother said that I'm a registered taino. Me and Kevin are planning to get married on July 15 of 2017. If you can please send me the information on how the ceremony is performed and the brides clothing so I can have my future mother in-law make my ceremonial dress and another thing that needs to be made. I would like to have everything made by hand which comes from the heart. Thank you so much for accepting me as a member. Me and Kevin also have our own trucking company named King and Queen Express trucking Inc. We do travel through PA alot so one day before the wedding we would be honored to meet up with you. May God bless you in your endeavors.
 
 
 

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