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Ancient Taino Moon tradition
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Ceremonia de Luna Llena Febrero Circulo Caney-----Full Moon Ceremony February Caney Circle

La Ceremonia de Luna Llena en el mes de Febrero fue celebrada este a~o por los behikes del Circulo Caney.The February Full Moon Ceremony was celebrated this year by the behikes of the Caney Circle.See More
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"Takahi (Greetings) sister It is a pleasure to welcome you to our Caribbean Indigenous Network. It is wonderful to see more and more of our people who are interested in exploring our Taino ancestry. I noticed that you live in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.…"
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About Me:
I am the founder and leader of a spiritual community called CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE. Our organization is dedicated to the reawakening of the spiritual traditions of the ancient Taino people of the Caribbean. Our work includes traditional ceremonies and communial sharing. It also includes research and spiritually inspired interpretation of the ancient Taino sacred narratives as they have been passed down from ancient times to our contemporary people and also as they were presented in the writings of the early colonial chroniclers. We are committed to the accurate interpretation of the ethnological record left by these same chroniclers concerning the ancient spiritual tradition of our ancestors as well as interpretation of archeologiacal material left by our ancestors in our sacred sites. We base our interpretation primarily on comaparative study of this material in light of research and information acquired from related present-day Indigenous inhabitants of the Orinoco River basin, who we believe are surviving relatives of our ancient ancestors.
We also base it on the enlightened inspiration of of our Spirit guardians, the Cemies and the Hupias (ancestors), who guide us and illuminate our steps every day.
teacher and spiritual guide
Attended Columbus College of Art and Design (Columbus, Ohio)
Graduated from Gannon Universtity (Erie, Pennsylvania)
Degree in Art Education
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4277 verona RD
Verona Pennsylvania 15147

home (412)247-1061
cell (412)969-4009
Research Interests:
history and traditions of ancient Tainos and Caribs. Mythology of the present-day Indigenous inhabitants in the Orinoco River basin, and the spiritual traditions of our geographic neighbors, the Mayas of Central America.
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Taino Spiritual Tradition in every-day life

This is a video of the Caney Circle beike Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's family performing a ritual chant dedicated to Mother Earth and terrestial water Spirit, ATA BEY, in front of the main petroglyph at Caguana Ceremonial Center in Utuado, Boriken (Puerto rico). This is not a cultural performance. This is a devout Taino family praying at a pilgrimage site of our culture.

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Ceremonia de Luna Llena Febrero Circulo Caney-----Full Moon Ceremony February Caney Circle

La Ceremonia de Luna Llena en el mes de Febrero fue celebrada este a~o por los behikes del Circulo Caney.

The February Full Moon Ceremony was celebrated this year by the behikes of the Caney Circle.

Posted on March 21, 2017 at 11:59am

Luna Llena Circulo Caney Enero 2017------------Caney Circle Full Moon january 2017

Las varias agrupaciones del Circulo Caney celebraron la ceremonia sagrada de LUNA LLENA este mes de Enero 2017

The various groups of the Caney Circle celebrated the sacred ceremony of FULL MOON this month of January 2017…


Posted on January 21, 2017 at 5:30am

La Tematica de Las Kasikes Hembras De Acuerdo a Jalil Sued Badillo

Aqui nos dedicamos a presentar reproduccion de una ponencia publicada en la REVISTA DEL INSTITUTO DE CULTURA (Puerto Rico) 1985. Esta ponencia fue compuesta por el estudioso Jalil Sued Badillo en forma de respuesta a la propuesta de Ricardo Alegria alegando que en las sociedades antillanas…


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Solsticio de Invierno Taino 2016--------Taino Winter Solstice 2016

Las ceremonias de Solsticio segun la tradicion del CIRCULO CANEY se celebraron en varios sitios del continente americano este mes de Diciembre 2016.

The Solstice ceremonies in accordance with…


Posted on December 22, 2016 at 11:00pm — 2 Comments


Mis parientes espirituales, este mes nuestras ceremonias de Luna Llena coinciden con una intensificacion de los esfuerzos que se estan llevando a cabo en los Estados Unidos para salvar las aguas de la tierra. Como todos sabemos, las aguas de la tierra son la sangre de AtaBei. la Madre de nuestro…


Posted on November 22, 2016 at 1:30pm

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At 8:32pm on September 13, 2016, Grandmother Spider said…

Hi Miguel

Here is a copy of the email sent by Dr. Neal about the sweat lodges for next year. He and I are the only ones signed up so far. You will be with me on the July 9 Full Moon sweat lodge. it would be good for you to send Neal an email by way of introduction and so you two can get to know each other. That way he will remember to put your name on the schedule when it gets posted. His email is Neal is a semi retired medical doctor who is also a medium and on the board of directors at Lily Dale, and has been directing lodges for most of the time the lodge has been there. He is Lakota trained and often brings in Lakota elders and teachers. Really nice guy.

Taino Ti


Hello lodge-pourers and possible lodge pourers.

I am sending this e-mail out to some folks who I know have either poured lodges in Lily Dale or elsewhere   I may have forgotten someone who may be interested, so pass this on to them if you think it is appropriate.
For over 20 years I have been organizing sweat lodge ceremonies for the Lily Dale summer program, and pouring the vast majority of them.  That has changed in the past two years as I try to give others the wonderful opportunity I have had with this.  
So I am asking if you may be interested in pouring a lodge in Lily Dale for the summer of 2017.  I am asking early because we are already working on scheduling the 2017 program so we can get it out by January.
To give you an idea, I have attached the write-up which appeared on page 7 of this year’s program below.  Your first name and last initial will be used in the catalog. 
If you are interested in asking for a date ( or 2? ) let me know before Sept 30th so I can get it in for next year.  Although I will try to be around for at least part of your lodge, I ask you to be in charge of getting a firekeeper or doorkeeper if you need them, as well as making sure someone starts a sign-up list for lodge when the fire is started.  Also be willing to oversee putting the lodge away when done.  We ask for free-will donations for firewood.  These can be dropped off tat the Maplewood Hotel or given to me.  I have tried to make sure leaders take $20 out for gas money for themselves.  Otherwise there is no monetary compensation to you for doing these lodges… only the satisfaction of a service given for others.
Also, the lodge will fit about 22 in 2 rows not counting yourself.  If too many want to go in, we usually have a second lodge about 2 hours later if there is interest. (if you are used to doing longer lodges please keep this in mind)  Let me know if you are willing to do a second lodge if there are too many.  Otherwise I have been very happy to do a second ( and sometimes a third!) lodge if needed.    
So please, if interested, let me know date(s) and times.  Here are some dates/times that are already taken for the lodge area:
-Sunday July 9th full moon mixed lodge with Spider starting at
At 2:54pm on June 24, 2016, Grandmother Spider said…


Check your email for a copy of the info I sent to the Dunkirk Library in preparation of setting up a presentation with you. This woman may call you for more info. This will be a good place to reach out to the local Taino community but they close early so we are looking at a morning presentation and publicity will matter. Also Carmen is trying to get you sponsored by one of the Caribbean restaurants for a talk.

i still need a poster to advertise the sweat lodge--ASAP so people know you will be coming to Lily Dale.

Taino Ti


At 10:55am on June 10, 2016, Grandmother Spider said…


I trust you are having a great trip. When you get back, please remember to send me the poster/artwork to advertise your sweat lodge at Lily Dale on August 18. I will need a regular size one of your wonderful Taino drawings on jpg and I will print it out and get out the word on your visit and book signings.

Taino Ti


At 12:31pm on May 4, 2016, Grandmother Spider said…


My address is Spider, 80 Cleveland Ave, Lower apt, Fredonia, NY 14063. Five books will be fine for now. I will take them to Lily Dale as soon as I get them.

Very sorry to hear about your father's passing. Many blessings to you, Leni,  Cha and the rest of your family. I will pray for you in our ceremonies.

Taino Ti


At 12:39pm on January 18, 2016, Elba Guatuya'anani said…

Hahom as always, Behike! I look forward to learning more from you and this site.

At 2:26pm on October 21, 2015, Dr. Rose M. Xochitl AnaO Quinone said…

Takahi, Miguel.

Thanks for sending the link, however, I am unable to upload them to my computer. Having the words is one thing, but, I need to have the music circling in my head! Any suggestions? Seneko Kakona.

At 5:45pm on September 2, 2015, Grandmother Spider said…


I can't figure out how to join the Beike circle. I don't find a link to a page, or am I looking for the wrong thing?

Taino Ti


At 11:00pm on September 1, 2015, Grandmother Spider said…
For your info, here is an excerpt from the email I sent Neal at Lily Dale about the sweat lodge for next summer. We get there around 2-3 that day to prepare, and people arrive around 5 when the fire is lit. They will have everything there for us as far as the lodge and firewood. I will send the write up that will go in the Lily dale catalog when I get it done. Let me know if there is any other info about yourself you want to add but please make it brief, space is limited.
Taino Ti
"I can take the full moons on the actual dates of July 19 and August 18. The lodge on August 18 will be with Miguel Sigue, elder of the Caney Indian Spiritual Circle and the Indigenous Caribbean Network. I have confirmed this date with him. I will send a write up shortly."

At 1:04pm on July 4, 2015, Lynna Cummings (Lopez) said…

Thank you very much, I look forward to finding out more about my Taino roots.

At 6:05pm on June 9, 2015, Little Crow said…
Brother, I have spent much time here today and will continue to do so for this information. Thank you for the suggestions and invitation.


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