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Started this discussion. Last reply by Miguel Sague Jr Nov 18, 2020.

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Song of the FULL MOON CEREMONY

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Miguel Sague Jr left a comment for kimberly
"Greetings sister I want to welcome you to our online community. There is an immense wealth of useful information here that I hope will be of use to you. Also, the Caney Indigenous Spiritual Circle which I am a member of offers a lot more information…"
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Miguel Sague Jr commented on Michelle Lopez Wellansky's blog post Article
"Greetings sister It is an honor to hear from you. It is always my wish that the work that I perform will be of value to my Taino relatives. Thank you for your kind words."
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Dog trade in the ancient Caribbean

PDF file The Movement and Exchange of Dogs in the Prehistoric Caribbean: An Isotopic Investigation J. E. LAFFOON,a * E. PLOMP,a G. R. DAVIES,b M. L. P. HOOGLANDa AND C. L. HOFMANa a Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands…
Dec 27, 2020
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Dec 19, 2020
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Foreign Animals Were Brought Here On Canoes

The guinea pig is native to the South American mainland continent not the CaribbeanThere has always been a certain amount of debate in the Taino Resurgence Movement on the subject of what kinds of animals our Taino ancestors were familiar with. The typical and logical assumption entertained by most modern-day Tainos is that if a certain species of animal was not native to a specific island then the Tainos living on that island would have been unfamiliar with that animal. They would not have…See More
Dec 19, 2020
Miguel Sague Jr left a comment for Michelle Lopez Wellansky
"Hello again Michelle. I am so happy that our website has been of some value to you. Please don't forget to check out the many useful videos that I have posted both here in our ICN video collection and  in my youtube site "
Dec 15, 2020
Michelle Lopez Wellansky left a comment for Miguel Sague Jr
"Hi Miguel!  I have been reading the Caney Circle website, and it's been so eye-opening and empowering.  Thank you for all of the information you provide, and for being a guide and elder brother to those of us trying to reconnect with…"
Dec 15, 2020
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Dec 14, 2020

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About Me:
I am from Cuba
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teacher
Education:
Attended Columbus College of Art and Design (Columbus, Ohio)
Graduated from Gannon Universtity (Erie, Pennsylvania)
Degree in Art Education
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Verona Pennsylvania 15147

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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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Ceremony at Caguana 2008 .wmv

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Foreign Animals Were Brought Here On Canoes

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The guinea pig is native to the South American mainland continent not the Caribbean

There has always been a certain amount of debate in the Taino Resurgence Movement on the subject of what kinds of animals our Taino ancestors were familiar with. The typical and logical assumption entertained by most modern-day Tainos is that if a certain species of animal was not native to a specific island then the Tainos living on that…

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Posted on December 19, 2020 at 2:30am

The Story of Taino Chant to Mother Earth TAINO TI OAKIA ATA

My Relatives, many of you recognize this song as the great chant to Atabey our sacred mother of the earth and the waters which we in the Taino Resurgence movement have been singing since 1982 when I composed it under inspiration of our Taino ancestors. This particular video shows me leading the singing of the song as part of a historic…

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Posted on November 15, 2020 at 1:30am

Sague-Rodriguez Taino DAY OF THE ANCESTORS ceremony

Posted on November 10, 2020 at 8:36pm

Sague-Rodriguez Taino DAY OF THE ANCESTORS ceremony

Posted on November 10, 2020 at 8:36pm

Taino Day of the Ancestors: the video

Posted on November 3, 2020 at 8:28am

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At 2:46am on December 15, 2020, Michelle Lopez Wellansky said…

Hi Miguel!  I have been reading the Caney Circle website, and it's been so eye-opening and empowering.  Thank you for all of the information you provide, and for being a guide and elder brother to those of us trying to reconnect with our culture!

At 7:54pm on November 15, 2020, Remi Lorenzo said…
Thank you so much! I'm so excited to be a part of the community
At 6:09pm on October 20, 2020, Erica Vargas said…

Thank you Miguel for accepting me to this community!!!! 

I am sooooooo excited!

I look forward to meeting and learning alongside with other members of the community.

At 11:21am on July 1, 2020, The Akashic Astronaut (Lys) said…

Thank you for the video it was lovely! =)

At 9:03pm on May 1, 2020, Guy Marco said…

Thanks very much Miguel - Am simply happy to be among my relatives - am looking forward to meeting the members and share / contribute something to the group - Let's stay safe 

At 10:15am on December 6, 2019, Ellen Fernandez-Sacco said…

Thanks for the welcome atiao! I realized I missed replying. Seneko kakona

At 7:20pm on October 3, 2019, Maximilian Forte said…

Thank you so much, it is a great pleasure and honour to be back.

At 9:34pm on April 18, 2019, Miguel PR said…

Thanks for the response so quickly!! 

At 4:44pm on March 26, 2019, Rafael said…

Behike thank you for allowing me into this wonderful family. I can not find the words to express the treasure trove I have found through you. Bendiciones para todos

At 8:15am on February 8, 2019, Mukaro said…

Behike Miguel, hahom for the welcome atiao. I appreciate it. Seneko kakona. 

 

 
 
 

Notes

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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