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Started Apr 13, 2009

Haiti, Jamaica and other random musings
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About Me:
Check out my page:
www.myspace.com/itsjohnny3721
www.boycottpepsico.com

BTW I'm Catholic and have no qualms about it. I'm a Taino in the Spirit of Enriquillo
Occupation:
Student-Anthropologist-Museum (Student Guide at The Brooklyn Museum (Currently taking this semester off from work.)
Education:
Bishop Ford C.C.H.S. Brooklyn, NY: (2000-2004)
Brooklyn College-CUNY: (2004-Present)
Major: Anthropology & Archaeology
Minor: Puerto Rican and Latino Studies
Ex Minor: Religious Studies
Research Interests:
Indigenous Studies of The Caribbean, First Nation Identity in The U.S., Afro Indigenous groups (Namely Taíno and African descendants), Indigenous Catholicism (To the chagrin of many, such a system exists. Get over it.), Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology,Religious Studies, Iconography, Byzantine Christianity.
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Link:
http://www.fisheaters.com
Another link:
http://www.melkite.org
Another link:
http://www.distingueboutique.com
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At 1:13am on July 13, 2010, Iris Antongiorgi Concepcion said…
At 7:30pm on May 12, 2010, Cornelius (Scott) McCarthy said…
Jonathan,

Glad you are doing what you do--very important for everyone, especially those who are in the restoration of their culture and spirituality. The 2 ways fit together--if people take the time to really see what both are about!
At 7:25pm on May 12, 2010, Cornelius (Scott) McCarthy said…
Hola Jonathan,

Just a quick note for now...:
We might have a few friends in common: Yahureibo, Roberto Mucaro Borrero, Guey Martin Colondres and some others.

Also, you might want to know about my Native(intertribal) spirituality book:

People of the Circle, People of the Four Directions
(Blue Dolphin Publishing, Nevada City, CA.

WELL HOPE TO STAY IN CONTACT.

BO MATUM

Father Scott McCarthy
At 5:07pm on March 8, 2010, Iris Antongiorgi Concepcion said…
At 11:24am on December 20, 2009, majaguany said…
Salute Taino'ti:
Have a happy holidays...estamos vivo!
At 11:43pm on June 26, 2009, Pablo Soto Campoamor said…
Muchas gracias hermano. Como no soy Catolico pienso que no seria apropiado participar en tu grupo. De todos modos, gracias por la invitacion. Suerte!
Pablo
At 4:40pm on June 26, 2009, Pablo Soto Campoamor said…
Muy bien gracias. Y usted?
At 9:39pm on May 29, 2009, Iris Antongiorgi Concepcion said…
Buen fin de semana .Gracias

WITCHYS WIKKED GRAPHIX
WITCHYS WIKKED GRAPHIX

At 7:01pm on May 2, 2009, Tania *Heremuru* said…
Hi, tau ti brother!! thanx for conserning and yes Im ok, i've been so busy with college and work that hardly I've had the time to be updated in my social networks.
At 8:39pm on April 29, 2009, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…
Tau Jonathan
The art of cigar making is a spefic skill that must be honed and learned over a period of time through trial and error. It is a hand-made skill and the results can not be duplicated by a machine

.I have friends that have done it and I know that there is a bit of a thriving illegal cottage industry in South Florida in which Cuban-American emigrees roll and craft Cohiba knock-offs in their homes and then fit them wiith genuine Cuban Cohiba cigar rings, The cigar rings are smuggled out of Havana by relatives who visit their family members that work at the Cuban cigar factories and steal handfulls of rings for them to take to Miami. When the Miami-made cigars acquire the Cohiba ring their value triples to as much as $25 per cigar..
I'll talk to my friends about the possibility of you learning the skill
 
 
 

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