My FriendsWe invite all of you to attend this Taino Native American ceremony to honor those who have crossed over ahead of us to the Realm of the Ancestors. You are welcome to bring a photocopy picture of a loved one who has crossed over. Instead of the photo of the loved one you can bring a paper with a poem or a favorite saying of the person you wish to honor. You may also bring a photocopy of the loved one's favorite dog or favorite car or favorite house or anything else that this person…See More
My relatives I invite you, MEN AND WOMEN, to share with us in honoring the fertility cycles of Mother Earth and the sacred link between the divine woman and the human woman from whom all Life flows for all humankind. Please come ready to invoke the powers of Nature. Bring a covered dish to share after the ceremony. If you have percussion instruments, drums and rattles please bring them.....We will participate in a healing dance before the actual ceremony.See More
i viewed the photos of your loom. It looks great! Will you be posting images of the naguas as you weave them? I used to own a 36 inch floor loom but sold it about 10 years ago because I was moving, so I have some experience with…"
"Thank you Dee Dee for uploading this video. It is very informative. I got to spend tome with Bibi Naniki (and her dogs) on her land in Boriken back in the 1990's. She is doing very important work there. Maybe you will get a chance to…"
"It was only a matter of time until they discovered something like this. The moon is so important in Taino spirituality and cosmology that it had to have been depicted in petroglyphs, in my opinion!
ACTUALLY THIS EVENT LASTS FROM MARCH THROUGH OCTOBER 2016 My spiritual relatives I will be spending the next several months (especially the month of October) promoting my new book CANOA: Taino Indigenous Dream River Journey. In this book I use first-hand life experiences to lay bare enduring truths. Four remarkable stories of evolutionary change are woven into a single journey down the river of time; One, a vision-filled canoe trip through Pennsylvania's Allegheny Forest; Two, a dramatic…See More
I saw the post asking about a Taino loom so I investigated a little and found some promising information. It is part of a bulletin published by U.S. Government Printing Office. It seems to refer to the South American Arawaks. In…"
I am a long-time member and Beíke/Boitiú in the Caney Indigenous Spiritual Circle. I am of mixed Powhatan-Renape/Taino, African-American and Scotch Irish Heritage. I am a member of The Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center in Dorseyville, PA
Visual Arts Teacher
Native Taino and Maya Spirituality and Art, Also that of Indigenous Mexico and Central America. Flower Herbalism, Roses, Rose Flower Essences, and the Sacred Feminine
Rose Flower Essences; A New Guide to Natural Healing with 65 Remedies Made From the World's Most Beloved Flower (2006)
Forthcoming: Rose Flower Essences Volume 2 (2013 or 14)
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