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Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague
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Anita Pagan commented on Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's blog post Taino Weaving Techniques
"I also worked in polymer clay and made this doll just this year.... she's a Moondancer- with pipe and everything! This was fun to make :) "
Jul 13
Anita Pagan commented on Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's blog post Taino Weaving Techniques
"Wow!  What an amazing article!  Our Ancestors did doll-making!  Like actually making dolls with armature and everything!  Holy cajoles! I'm floored! Thanks again for sharing. I'll be re-reading this... As for my own…"
Jul 12
Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague commented on Louis.Santiago's video

Taino Ceremonial Dedication Song 2

"My brother I am humbly honored and flattered by your video...Thank you"
Jul 12
Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague commented on Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's blog post Taino Weaving Techniques
"Thank you for your comment my sister. I would love t see some of your handiwork."
Jul 12
Anita Pagan commented on Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's blog post Taino Weaving Techniques
"This is one of my favorite Ancient figures. I crochet and have made a couple of crochet dolls. I've also crocheted around objects, which is probably how you would croche around a skull. I don't knit, but I know there is a knitting tool…"
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About Me:
I am the founder and leader of a spiritual community called CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE. Our organization is dedicated to the reawakening of the spiritual traditions of the ancient Taino people of the Caribbean. Our work includes traditional ceremonies and communial sharing. It also includes research and spiritually inspired interpretation of the ancient Taino sacred narratives as they have been passed down from ancient times to our contemporary people and also as they were presented in the writings of the early colonial chroniclers. We are committed to the accurate interpretation of the ethnological record left by these same chroniclers concerning the ancient spiritual tradition of our ancestors as well as interpretation of archeologiacal material left by our ancestors in our sacred sites. We base our interpretation primarily on comaparative study of this material in light of research and information acquired from related present-day Indigenous inhabitants of the Orinoco River basin, who we believe are surviving relatives of our ancient ancestors.
We also base it on the enlightened inspiration of of our Spirit guardians, the Cemies and the Hupias (ancestors), who guide us and illuminate our steps every day.
teacher and spiritual guide
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
Research Interests:
history and traditions of ancient Tainos and Caribs. Mythology of the present-day Indigenous inhabitants in the Orinoco River basin, and the spiritual traditions of our geographic neighbors, the Mayas of Central America.
Caney Indigenous Spiritual Circle
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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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Ceremonias De Luna Llena y Solsticio Junio 2018------Full Moon and Solstice Ceremonies June 2018

En muchas zonas atravez de todo el continente americano y en las islas del Caribe la ceremonia del SOLSTICIO DE VERANO y la ceremonia de LUNA LLENA de Junio 2018 se celebraron segun la tradicion taina, guiadas por los behikes y behikes bajo entrenamiento del CIRCULO CANEY.

In many regions across the…


Posted on July 1, 2018 at 11:30am

Ceremonia De Luna Llena y SIRIK Mayo 2018------Full Moon and SIRIK Ceremony May 2018

Celebramos las ceremonias de LUNA LLENA y SIRIK a fines del mes de Mayo.

We celebrated the ceremonies of Full Moon and SIRIK at the end of the  month of May.…


Posted on June 8, 2018 at 12:30pm — 2 Comments

Angel Rodriguez Research about SIRIK and other Taino astronomy at JACANA

As we prepare for the two ceremonies of Late May (Full moon on May 19th-20th and Sirik on May 26th-27th) I want to share more research info about Sirik that has been revealed by the noted Boricua scholar Angel Rodriguez concerning the Pleiades Constellation. In this…


Posted on May 11, 2018 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

Ceremonia De Luna Llena Abril 2018------Full Moon Ceremony April 2018

A fines del mes de Abril 2018 los behikes del CIRCULO CANEY se dedicaron a celebrar la ceremonia de Luna Llena en varios locales del continente.

Late in the month of April 2018 the behikes of the CANEY CIRCLE dedicated themselves to the task of celebrating the Full Moon ceremony in various sites…


Posted on May 4, 2018 at 12:00am — 2 Comments

Kalinago Dance Is identical To Cordon

The arm and foot movements performed by the Kalinago dancers on the island of Dominica are almost identical to those performed by dancers of the Cordon Spiritist sect in the remote rural region of Monte Oscuro in Cuba. These same arm and foot movements are performed by participants in the traditional dances of the various Arawakan tribes people on Guyana in South America such as the Lokono and the Wapishana. It is important to note that although the Kalinago are typically identified as…


Posted on April 28, 2018 at 8:30am — 3 Comments

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At 6:04pm on June 11, 2018, Joel said…
Thank you for responding to me so quickly. I will be reading your blog diligently and have added you on Facebook.
At 9:54am on February 16, 2018, Jackie Perez said…

Ah, those are great! Thank you, I appreciate it! :)

At 4:37pm on February 15, 2018, Jackie Perez said…

Thank you! I am delighted to see a fellow Cuban Taino! In my journey to connect with my ancestral roots, I have not come across many Cubans! Thank you for the invitation to the local Orlando circle, I will be looking into that as that is definitely something I am interested in!

At 10:48am on January 17, 2018, Kristie Ann Alers said…
Thank you for having me. I look forward to learning more. Many blessings.
At 12:39pm on January 18, 2016, Elba Iris Guatuya'anani said…

Hahom as always, Behike! I look forward to learning more from you and this site.

At 2:26pm on October 21, 2015, Dr. Rose M. Xochitl AnaO Quinone said…

Takahi, Miguel.

Thanks for sending the link, however, I am unable to upload them to my computer. Having the words is one thing, but, I need to have the music circling in my head! Any suggestions? Seneko Kakona.

At 1:04pm on July 4, 2015, Lynna Cummings (Lopez) said…

Thank you very much, I look forward to finding out more about my Taino roots.

At 6:05pm on June 9, 2015, Little Crow said…
Brother, I have spent much time here today and will continue to do so for this information. Thank you for the suggestions and invitation.
At 10:40am on June 9, 2015, Little Crow said…
Thank you for the welcome Brother, I'm so grateful to be here. I find what you have said makes my heart beat Ike thunder, as my maternal Grandmother now my Ancestor named me after her little crow daughter of Mother Crow. Looking forward to learning more. One love!!
At 3:08pm on February 22, 2015, Jose Rios said…
Hahom my atiao I just learn that I love it there's more to learn but hahom.


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Angel Rodriguez Caguana archeoastronomy

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