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Este a~o el Equinoccio De Primavera del Circulo Caney fue celebrado por nuestros behikes y behikes bajo entrenamiento en mas localidades del continente que nunca antes.
This year the Caney Circle Spring Equinox was celebrated by our behikes and behike…Continue
Posted on March 22, 2018 at 2:44am
The ancient Tainos developed a highly advanced weaving technique which evidently utilized only the use of one or two knitting needles to create extraordinary fabrics that impressed even the early European chroniclers who had the opportunity to inspect their fabrics. Please click on this…Continue
Posted on March 17, 2018 at 12:42pm
Taino male deity YokaHu, in our opinion, far from being a typical western-type paternal, immortal "almighty god" in the style of the Hebrew Jehovah, is, in fact, a much more human-like entity, con-substantial with humanity itself and subject to a very human-like life-cycle like ours which begins with birth and ends in death, and then starts all over again with a new birth. The obvious association between him and the yuca plant (manioc), evidenced by his name "Yoka Hu" (or yuca-hu),…Continue
Posted on March 7, 2018 at 11:00pm
Nosotros los behikes y behikes-bajo-entrenaniento del Circulo Caney celebramos la ceremonia sagrada de Luna Llena a fines del mes de Febrero y principios del mes de Marzo 2018.
We the behikes and behike-trainees of the Caney Circle celebrated the…Continue
Posted on March 7, 2018 at 2:30pm
The ancient ancestral region of the Arawakan people who eventually would migrate into the Caribbean to become the Taino nation is called the Orinoco. It is a spectacularly beautiful river region in the rain forest of South America miles north of the Amazon. It is the home of jaguars, crocodiles, butterflies, monkeys and parrots. It is the homeland of ancient Indigenous tribes and is now the home of mixed-race people in whose veins runs the blood of Indigenous Natives, European colonists and…Continue
Posted on February 27, 2018 at 5:30pm