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Kokuyo Beike-in-training
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  • Bethlehem, PA
  • United States
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About Me:
I'm a 56 year old widow with 3 children 39, 35, &13. My
interests lie in spirituality & natural health. I've owned 2
businesses. One was a Sporting Goods Store and the other was wholesale sales of Natural Medicines to Dr.s,
Health Food Stores & Pharmacys. I've worked as an admissions counselor in 2 colleges-that was very rewarding work, also. I'm a very gentle, sensitive woman with some spunk.
William Tennent High School
Bucks County Community College
Studied with Artist in Residence, Sara Steele
Contact Information:
Margaret Harris
531W. Union Blvd #4
Bethlehem, PA.

(570) 517 9498
Research Interests:
Spiritual material
Health...especially products
Mental Health
The Upper Room-Daily Inspirational
Many Voices-Newsletter of hope for those recovering from
trauma & dissociation 6 or more times
Currently writing a book on D.I.D. which will serve as a reference to patients, Doctors & family/caregivers.

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At 8:23pm on May 1, 2013, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

My sister

Right now it is crucial that you continue to digest the information that I am slowly posting in the Beike Lodge. Make sure you systematiaclly go through all of it one by one and try to internalize all of the information so that we can move on to the next step in your progress. Many Blessings


At 5:16pm on May 1, 2013, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

Greetings sister

If this book that you are mentioning is the one spoken of by our brother Frank Akuturey in his post in our Beike Lodge "COMMENTS" section, am afraid this book might be only in Spanish, and I am sorry.

Please see here the information that he posted with the name of the book:


 Comment by Frank AkuTurey(Sky Seer) on April 18, 2013 at 12:15am          

I want to put this book out to you all,as I think it has some really big treasures in it-get this book any way you can!:

Huellas Vivas Del Indocubano" (Living Traces of the Cuban Indians) ,by Jose Antonio Garcia Molina,Mercedes Garrido Mazorra,and Daisy Farinas Gutierrez    (Ciencias sociales)

There are actually several dance steps and actual music to many songs,that are STILL sung and danced today for healing and honoring the dead. There are some nice pictures inside as well,of some VERY Indian Cubans as well!


Once I get the book, if it is not too vluminous I might be able to translate it for you.

At 7:20am on October 4, 2012, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

Takaji My sister

I again ask you to forgive me for missing this request.

I will be free to interact live on Skype or via instant message on Wednesday Oct 17 at 8:00 PM. Let me knoow if this date and time are goog for you.

Seneko Kakona


At 11:03pm on August 31, 2012, Natasha Hura Ana Garcia said…

Takaji sister! I am doing well. Yes it seems like the weather is slowly changing. How have you been? I work now and homeschool is right around the corner :)  Lots of work but it will pay off. Im off to see some powwows tomorrow afterwork. Hope you have a great weekend!

At 11:56pm on July 21, 2012, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…


I will expecr your call on Monday July 30 at 4:00 PM

Seneko kakona

Taino Ti


At 10:12pm on July 21, 2012, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

Takaji My Sister

Actually I am going to spend this whole week coming up from Tuesday July 24 to Sunday July 28 at a Pagan festival in upstate New York offering workshops on shamanism so I wony be able to chat with you on the phone this week but next week July 30 to August 4 is open. Please pick an evening in that week that you can call me at 4:00PM and I will expect your call.

At 2:02pm on July 12, 2012, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

Takaji Sister

We actually have a formal ceremony dedicated to the sacred transition of a loved one from this realm to to the realm of Coa Bay which is the abode of those who have crossed over. It can be celebrated anytime after the loved one's death. It doesnt matter how long you wait. Please visit the special page in our website dedicated to this aspect of our tradition by clicking on this LINK

I would me very happy to chat with you about leading you through the appropriate ceremonial process. Please call me after 4:00 PM thia coming Tuesday July 17. Let me know if that date wont work for you.

Taino Ti


At 8:43pm on July 11, 2012, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

My sister i am happy that you were able to solve your own problem, Great to see the blog here now.


At 9:41pm on July 8, 2012, Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague said…

Takaji sister

I am sorry that you had health issues during your trip. I pray that you are feeling better now.

Yes my sister, please post in both sites whenever you post. Thanks.

Taino Ti



At 10:16pm on June 13, 2012, Natasha Hura Ana Garcia said…

Hello Kokuyo Beike-in-training,

The homeschooling is now over for the summer until next year. This year was a little rough but getting things better prepared for next year. Arizona sounds like a great place to visit! I have heard many good things about Arizona. I did not get to make it to Pittsburgh at all. Been so busy finding out I will be adding a new addition to my family..Am currently 10 weeks pregnant and go for my first ultrasound tomorrow. A little nervous because all my other pregnancies I had complications so I am praying this one will turn out better. As for the causes, I am an active member of the American Indian Movement. Anything I can do to help I will try my hardest to do. That goes for all the Native people :)

WIshing you the best on your trip to Arizona! Be safe, and many blessings to you my friend.

Taino Ti

Hura Ana

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Hot Moon Ceremony/July 2012

Takaji my Brothers & Sisters: This moon was a little unique as was last months Yoka Hu moon.  I am learning all about adaptability.

Our circle is a relatively small group.  This month we had a hospitalization, an out of town trip to family and another one of our members under the weather leaving the remainder of us to create a meaningful ceremony.

The White Cloth & Medicine Wheel were all laid out before arrival.  I had smudged myself earlier.  We went…


Posted on July 11, 2012 at 8:31pm

june 4th,2012 Full Moon Ceremony

My fellow Beikes in Training AND Beikes,

This past Monday, the 4th, we had a wonderful Ceremony.  First we conducted the Full Moon Ceremony, Starting with the Water Purification.  The Tabonuko was offered to the 4 directions, down to the earth & up to the sky.  We then did the tabacco ceremony(cigar).  We dressed AtaBey in a green shaw, representing all green growing things of our earth. Her shell nrcklace:All things from the sea, the sea itself & all life from the sea.  Her…


Posted on June 9, 2012 at 3:50pm



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