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Miguel Sague Jr
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Nelson Kau'marix Zayas commented on Miguel Sague Jr's blog post Higuera Gourd in Taino spirituality
"Perfect, hahom!!"
Miguel Sague Jr commented on Miguel Sague Jr's blog post Higuera Gourd in Taino spirituality
"It is the gourd rattle that I placed in the hand of the behike in this painting"
Miguel Sague Jr commented on Miguel Sague Jr's blog post Higuera Gourd in Taino spirituality
"This image shows a clearer view of the incised linear designs on the one gourd. I used this particular design as the model for one of my favorite rattles "
Nelson Kau'marix Zayas commented on Miguel Sague Jr's blog post Higuera Gourd in Taino spirituality
"I was hoping the article gave more details about the designs on the gourd. I cannot see the designs in the photos."
Miguel Sague Jr replied to Miguel Sague Jr's discussion Song To Atabey
"Thank you Erica. We in the Caney Indigenous Spiritual Circle have been singing this song at ceremonies celebrated pretty much every month for almost 40 years. By the way, this song was heard by a German children's' musician called Pit Bude…"
Oct 21
Erica Vargas replied to Miguel Sague Jr's discussion Song To Atabey
"This is beautiful! This is the first time that I am hearing this song. I feel like crying when I heard it. It spoke directly to my soul."
Oct 20
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Caney Circle's Spiritual Tradition

An online forum dedicated to expounding the spiritual traditions of ancient and contemporary Taino people of the Caribbean as understood by the CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE. Membership in this group does not make you a member in our Caney Circle. You need to enroll in the official membership community MECGC CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE to be a member. But as a part of this group you can get a taste of the Taino wisdom and tradition which we enjoy in the CANEY CIRCLE.See More
Oct 20

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About Me:
I am from Cuba
Attended Columbus College of Art and Design (Columbus, Ohio)
Graduated from Gannon Universtity (Erie, Pennsylvania)
Degree in Art Education
Contact Information:
4277 verona RD
Verona Pennsylvania 15147

home (412)247-1061
cell (412)969-4009
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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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Higuera Gourd in Taino spirituality

Higuera para tomar agua | Bowl, Serving bowls, Tableware

This study by researcher Ryan Martin explores the meaning ascribed to higuera gourds by ancient Taino.

Please click on this LINK to download the PDF…


Posted on October 16, 2020 at 1:30pm — 4 Comments

Caney Circle Crossing Over Ceremony


The ancient Taino people perceived the transition of a human soul from the realm of the living to the realm of the dead as a journey to a symbolic land called CoayBay. This place was imaged as being the very womb of the Earth Mother AtaBey, the Cosmic Matriarch, from which all life had emerged and to which all life returned, and it was associated with a number of symbolic objects that represented that womb. Among these objects were specially designed clay…


Posted on October 15, 2020 at 12:23pm

Our Video Is Cited In Scholarly Research Project

Our Video Is Cited In 2018 Scholarly Research Project article by University Of Miami researcher Jorge Luis Morejón

Please click this LINK to access a pdf file of the full article

Here is a quote from Morejon's article 

"As seen in the video El Cordon (2014), produced by Green Parrot

Productions and Miguel Sague, behíque of the…


Posted on September 18, 2020 at 9:00am

Lokono culture spirituality and tradition

Lokono culture spirituality and tradition …


Posted on August 30, 2020 at 1:58pm

Estudio con respecto a reptiles sagrados Robison Rosado

Estudio con respecto a reptiles sagrados Robison Rosado. Para leer el documento haga clic en este enlace

Posted on March 23, 2020 at 11:00am

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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. 


At 9:32pm on September 26, 2018, Jose Manuel Adorno said…

Thanks for the Welcome. It is entirely my Honor to finally be a part of my Taino Peoples. We have a mutual acquaintance; Miguel Angel Guzman. He and I know each other from El Barrio, NYC. If it is at all possible, I'm hoping you can put me in touch with him. Looking forward to a fruitful dialogue.

At 4:18am on August 24, 2018, Betzabel Alvarez said…
Thank you for responding. I look forward to Winter Soltice and learning more about my Taino heritage


La Bruja

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Angel Rodriguez Caguana archeoastronomy

Created by Miguel Sague Jr Mar 29, 2016 at 3:10pm. Last updated by Miguel Sague Jr Mar 29, 2016.




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