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by tainoray


Have many roots, they are like children rooted to our family tree.

We love our roots like a Parent loves its children.

We love them all equally.

We honor the Taino as our Primera Raiz (first root)
We honor Taino to bring awareness of our Culture, that we are still
We honor Taino to bring us FULL CIRCLE

Honor Taino
Honor your first root like a Parent loves all its children
Not favoring one over another

We honor our Taino Hands, because they worked
We honor our Spanish hands, because they worked
We honor our African hands, because they worked

All of those hands make us FAMILY
All of those hands make us


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First Annual Taino Naboria Society Art Exhibition

For the first time anywhere The Taino Naboria Society is proud to present

The First Annual Taino Naboria Society Art Exhibition

As part of the Dc37 Puerto Rican Heritage Week a group of people identifying as Taino have decided to show their identity through their art.

There will be an Grand Opening and reception on Nov. 16 2009 6pm for the Exhibition in the Dc37 Gallery located @ 125 Barclay street NYC… Continue

Posted on September 22, 2009 at 9:35pm — 1 Comment



Taino Ti

Its great to see our people being honored by you Yatekinex, we give praise to the ones that came before us and we honor their committment. We are no longer relics of the past but a living vibrant presence of naborias stating Daca Taino for Tainos today.and Tainos yet unborn.

I cannot express in words the importance of what you are… Continue

Posted on January 19, 2009 at 2:55am

Mayan and Aztec infuences in the Taino Culture

Mayan and Aztec infuences in the Tainos

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Taino Ti

This is an exerpt from the book written in 1984 called Influencias Mayas y Aztecas en los Tainos de las antillas mayores by Osvaldo Garcia Goyco. Mr Goyco was disuaded from further research by the academic elite at the time. I feel that Mr… Continue

Posted on January 16, 2009 at 2:56pm

Happy Native American Heritage Day Nov. 28 2008

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At 8:41am on January 6, 2024, Ronald Morris said…

Good day,
I picked interest in you after going through your short profile and demanding it is necessary for me to write to you immediately. I have something very important to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on ( for full details.
Best regards,

At 6:32pm on November 1, 2011, Kirstin Harriet Rasmussen said…
At 6:44pm on December 23, 2009, Anita Pagan said…
Hey Ray! Blessings to you and yours...

The move is finally done and the dust has settled. Miss chatting with you... I texted you my new number, did you ever get it?

Saw your art event- Kudos to you! I only wish I lived closer...

Any new creative endeavors? I just found the box with all my beads... :)

Talk to you soon!

At 1:16pm on November 29, 2009, Ivy said…
Ray, it was great to finally meet you in person yesterday. My family and I had a wonderful time. I look forward to attending more events like these. Blessings, Ivy
At 10:40pm on September 11, 2009, Dr. Rose M. Xochitl AnaO Quinone said…
Thank you, I'm honored.
At 10:31pm on September 11, 2009, Joe Kerr said…
White man clothing is what we wear all the time my friend.

Some of it can be enticing. Just check out the latest Fredericks or Victoria's catalog.

Hee, hee, hee.

And they are the basis of your shirts.

But I do like what you are doing. It takes a lot more creativity to make something yours than it does to paint petroglyphs or sew seashells onto white cotton burlap.

And yours are more traditional.

But don't tell no one I told you that.

Hee, hee.

At 9:59pm on September 2, 2009, Joe Kerr said…
I didn't know anyone was interested in that blog.

Ha, ha, ha.

You are the only one who knew. Are you traditional?

Ha, ha.

What kind of costume do you put on?

At 11:08pm on August 24, 2009, Joanna 'Aya' Soto-Avilés said…
Takahi Caracoli,
Thanks for the kind words. Wish you could have been her for the 5ta Jornada.
May YaYa Bless you and your loved ones, now and always,
Love, Hugs, Peace & Blessings,
Joanna & Family
At 8:39pm on August 17, 2009, Tania *Heremuru* said…
I loved the words in arawako that u put on my page so much that I'll say then everry night before going to bed. they where inspirring.
At 9:35am on July 7, 2009, Theodore R. Morris said…
Hi Caracoli...the inspiration for my paintings is my desire to bring history alive. Hopefully I'll be able to create an exhibit to be shown in history I have with my paintings of Florida's Lost Tribes. I think I met Dan Townsend when I had my gallery a few years back....great work. I'll check on Penny Slinger, thanks.

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