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At 5:35pm on October 3, 2008, Anita Pagan said…
I KNOW!!! That one made my hairs stand on end... Sometimes we are in the presence of something so wonderfully expression it inspires you to creativity :)
At 10:44pm on September 30, 2008, Miguel Sague Jr said…
Tau Brother.....Bo matun for the comment that you made on the video that I posted. I feel that a cd edition of these sacred chants as you suggest are a distinct likelihood and I am going to look into the possibility of making them available by next year. I hope you enjoyed the chants that I posted here on your comment wall. I hope that you give me your opinion on these also.
By The way you were the topic of conversation between myself and another brother at the Pittsburgh pow wow this weekend. He is a Seminole from Florida called Dennis who was selling macaw feathers from his trader's booth during the celebration. He said that he had sold you some feathers. I told him that I knew you also.
Taino Ti
Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague
At 12:12am on September 26, 2008, Miguel Sague Jr said…
This is the sacred song of Ata bey the Cosmic matriarch Earth mother and water mother

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AtaBey_Song.wav

text file lyrics:
SONG_TO_ATA_BEY.doc

Song of Yoka Hu the celestial father spirit, the spirit of Life and Energy, the spirit of the Sun and the soul of the yuca plant

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Yoka_Hu_song.wav

text file lyrics:
SONG_TO_YOKA_HU.doc

Song dedicated to the spirits of the four directions South, West, North and East

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Four_Directions_Song.wav

text file lyrics:

SONG_OF_THE_FOUR_DIRECTIONS.doc

Song dedicated to the fact that the menstrual cycle that manifests in the body of human women is reflected in the monthly lunar cycle of the Cosmic Mother

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Sacred_Words_of_the_Mon_Ceremony.wav

text file lyrics
SONG_OF_THE_FULL_MOON_CEREMONY.doc
At 9:03pm on September 23, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Hey thanx brother, After I posted I saw the other clips and I saw you there. Thanx for letting me know.
At 7:20pm on August 27, 2008, AkuTurey said…
Tainoray,your consorte from Nacion TAino,Jose Barreiro-I put out a 5 page article on "Taino Indians Still Thrive in Cuba"-there are SO MANY examples here !-this may be"Old-news"to you,but to me,this a real treasure-find...and one of my favorite dishes that my mom made was"Ajiaco",and she even had told me that this is from the Indians....Boricuas say,"Sancocho"-do you know the origin of the word,"Sancocho"?I know,Cubans will often use the Yoruban-African word for Okra,"Kimbombo",as well as"Fu-fu",for a plantain mash with pork bits/chicharron thing.On my new Discussion,I have put up the web address for the whole Jose Barreiro thing,and all the great pictures and stuff.Taiguey,
FrankTurey
At 6:30am on August 27, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
Ifagbenle, how are you?

I finally posted the poem, you can see it at:
http://cacreview.blogspot.com/2008/08/mami-papi-this-is-not-puerto-rican.html

Also, later today, I want to post it at "One Day for the Watchman."
At 7:30pm on August 22, 2008, Francisco "Coqui" Baerga said…
I will take a look at my archives and I'll let you if it comes but I can't promisse how soon I have been trying to organize all my stuff and I just didn't relise how much I had so I'' get back to you as soon as I have and answer.

Taíni Ti
Coqui
At 10:00am on August 22, 2008, Francisco "Coqui" Baerga said…
Tau Ray
Greetings and blessings to you and all yours. It's been awhile and I'm sorry that I didn't infirm you that NiJaiba and I have moved out west to Texas and we have been here now for 1 1/2 yr. and my health has been improving anyway we will keep in touch.

Taíno Ti
Coqui
At 1:46am on August 21, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
I was reading the posts about the Columbus statue, and I hope to post that news (and the poems we talked about) on The CAC Review in the coming days. I am still taken aback, at the bad taste to say the least, and the disgusting abuse of history represented by this statue project. Every imperialist and racist jackass in high office is showing his/her true face these days, because presumably they feel comfortable doing so in this period. Now, I'm angry again.
At 4:28pm on August 20, 2008, AkuTurey said…
Jejeje!"Bochinche"!I don't know the origin...gossip.....but I can try to figure it out,.."chinchin"-a little..."Bo",big,great"..".Important/big-little talk"-sound right!!"Important little talk"-a sense of humor!,ans wit,the sarcasm.My guess,but It sounds pretty good-we'll see.
FrankAkuTurey
At 3:11am on August 20, 2008, AkuTurey said…
Yes,Tainoray,i do consider i9t a rare piece,as I have looked,and it is difficult,I was told a guy in D.R.made some nice ones,but I couldn't find him either.The Cemis are no longer hollow!!they are PACKED with secret things,to the brim,and sealed!Treasures indeed...a 6 hour process tonight with Yocaho Guama!-I asked him after if all was well and complete,and he said "Jan-Jan Catu!"with one cast of the shells."Inriri"-that's so interesting because Inriri is the Woodpecker that made the andrgynous beings into females,by pecking....tell him to make all 12!!(the most important Cemi)Did he carve the original out of rock,or wood?Well,goodnight,
F.Turey
At 6:44am on August 19, 2008, Jorge Baracutei Estevez said…
Taiguey Ray,
Well this is a tough one, I have often wondered if bochinche is Taino or not. If you break down the word you cetainly find a connection although this can be coincidental. Maybe we should get David Wayahona in on this.
At 4:26am on August 14, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
Sorry, I meant the very same poem you sent me by email. In terms of attribution, should I just say "Tainoray"?
At 12:57pm on August 13, 2008, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
Stoppin' by to say "Tau Ti" to a new guaitiao, thankful of a new friendship and to say ...

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At 12:42pm on August 13, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
If I felt safe about traveling to the U.S. (I could go into some detail there) you are definitely one of the people I would be honoured to meet. I wanted to ask you about the message you posted on Ifagbenle's blog (see his message below) -- which I thought was a kind of poetic synthesis that was very poignant. I wanted to ask you if you would allow me to reproduce it on a blog outside of this network, and if so how I should attribute it (such as, preferred name, place, title, date, etc.)? Anyway, if you don't feel comfortable with it going outside, not to worry and of course I abide by your wishes.
At 11:18pm on August 10, 2008, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
It figures you'd be first to bust my chops!!!lol
At 10:46pm on August 10, 2008, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
What's Up Mister!!! Glad to find ya here!!! Just stoppin' by your neck of the woods to say "Tau Ti"!!!

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At 6:54pm on August 9, 2008, Belinda said…
Hello Mr Tainoray
the information you placed on the webpage on how to design a mola is excellent.

I have been searching for many years for paintings or art done by the Amerindians.
Thanks once again for the information.

Berlinda
At 9:42pm on August 6, 2008, adem medina cardona said…
gracias~c
At 8:25pm on August 6, 2008, adem medina cardona said…
do you speak of the guayabera or the other?
quite beautiful the both of them
my son, who passed away last year, had a collection of guayaberas he wore daily. his favorite.
~c

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