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At 1:34pm on December 31, 2008, Arenahi said…
Thanks for the video. No I won't be leaving just keeping a low profile.
At 2:27pm on December 29, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
As always thanx for the translation. I will alos look into your spain: immigrant discussion tonight when I get home. Looks very intersting.
At 8:53pm on December 12, 2008, Edgar Rodriguez(Kunuku Ceiba) said…
yes taino ray it is I kunuk ceiba nice to hear from you .
At 8:22pm on December 12, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Hey brother. Do to personal issues I didnt attend. Looking forward to the next one.
At 11:46am on December 11, 2008, AGUILAR MARRERO said…
BO'MATUM FOR YOUR WORDS. COME TO MY PAGE AND SEE THE ORIGINAL PAINTING FOR THE COMITE. TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK?
At 2:56pm on December 5, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
You the man. Thanx.

I need to navigate this site more I didnt even see that tab.
At 2:36pm on December 5, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Hey brother. I know you sent a invitation for some type of gathering at the native american mussuem. Not sure if is this weekend or the next. But anywas I cant find it at this site now. I maybe able to attened with a friend. If there is a link on this site with the info can you pasted it on my comment box. Thanx in advance my brother.
At 11:13pm on November 28, 2008, Tania *Heremuru* said…
HAHOM! Yeah the video looks like that because the Tibes Ceremonial Park requires us to be like that in our presentation and no matter what we tell them they don't understand. But we are truly Taino and we practice the culture and traditions of making casabe, making pottery, planting, carving in wood, making hamacas, elaboration of musical instruments, and making fishing nets too!
At 4:24am on November 27, 2008, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
I consider myself truly blessed to know the people I know and to have the people who truly know me!!! Anyone could come up with an opinion about the "Thanksgiving" Holiday now upon us because of our Indigenous roots, but I will say the following in this season regardless of what this Holiday historically means to so many Native people: I will cast aside all historical offense and all present day offense to say that I am truly blessed by the Creator of this Universe tohave experieced all I have in this life and grateful for EVERY PERSON I've encountered in my life that has shown me either a positive or negative experience in my life, because I've learned so much from them. I am also thankful for ALL the people that I've encountered in my life who have spoken either positively, or gossiped negatively about me behind my back, because they've shown m e who is truly on my side, and who's against me!!! I'm even thankful for those who have spoken against me beind my back, because they've shown me that I am at east 2 steps ahead of them and on the right track!!! On this holiday of "THANKSGIVING" I'm thankful for all that has happened to me because it has shown me what path to take and will show me the path I will take. I can truly say even in the face of adversity; "I AM TRULY BLESSED"
At 2:28pm on October 26, 2008, Ayesart said…
In any case: my thoughts are this:

Our people are fulfilling the old prophesy that said that their ways would rise up again. 516 years later its happening. We all were being told that the Taino, and all the Indigenous people of the Caribbean were In my opinion I see that we are living in a democracy that says, Freedom of religion, freedom to be able to pursue whatever makes you happy. Our children have a right to pursue the old ways without conditions placed upo them.
Someday, I am hoping that all our people will come together again as a living tribal people with a real Cacique of the blood to unite them.
Right now there are just the organizations and they are seaparate from one another. Imagine what they would be able to do if they all came together.
The people called Micosiku of Florida came together. It took a long time but it happened. The descendants can do it too.
I am not into joining orgs. I know who I am and where I came from and where I am going and I have always been a solitary being. But yet I share with others.
I don't follow and I don't lead. I am.
Baracutey,
John Ayes
At 2:08pm on October 26, 2008, Ayesart said…
Hola, TainoRay:

Awhile back you made a comment on Taina's page that complained that there were soooo many casiques, ni taino, et al and so many people going back to the old ways. You put out feelers for a discussion on the former.
You still there with initiating one?
Ayes
At 12:17pm on October 26, 2008, Ayesart said…
Hola Taino Ray:

I have a little question to ask of you.
Were you really interesting in starting a discussion about the way people are attempting to "go back to the old ways?"
I am spiinig off that comment you left on Taina's page.
I have been ducking for four years now.
We might be of like mind here.
Ayes
At 10:48pm on October 19, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Hey brother. Diffently will see you on the next gathering.

I am planing on bringing some tainos from kiskeya to the next gathering. We got to unite the taino islands once again.
At 12:46am on October 19, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Compai, ray. Nice meeting you today my brother. Thanx for the warm welcoming. Looking forward to seeing you again and learning from you and the others.
At 7:36pm on October 7, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Compai, thanx for answering my question.
At 6:27pm on October 7, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Compai,

I posted in your "TAINO RESURGANCE OR TAINO REENACTMENTS" discussion. I also posted a question there. I figured for some of us who dont know. We will be able to learn.
At 9:24pm on October 6, 2008, Francisco "Coqui" Baerga said…
Tau Ray
Blessings to you and all yours. Sorry to have taken so long to respond to
your request on the Taíno Songs, I have looked every where abd I don't have these I have asked some of our family in Boriken if they come up with any of
them I'll get them to you.
Taíno Ti
Coqui
At 6:33pm on October 6, 2008, Anita Pagan said…
Will this topic be on a community thread or will you carry it on in the comment walls?

I think this is a really good topic and would like to share fully....
At 11:53am on October 5, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
TAINORAY, just checking in to say hello and to wish you the best. I miss interacting with you.
At 2:26am on October 4, 2008, Anita Pagan said…
I am still figuring out my way around this site... thanks for the invite to the Textiles group. I am sure to find something interesting there. :)

I am glad to hear you are opinionated... I think respectful exchange of ideas is the only way to grow. It stimulates the mind into expanding into different shapes and sizes :)

I look forward to chatting further.

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