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Filming Arieto for the documentary THE LOST TAINO TRIBE (www.LostTainoTribe.com) Taino Summer Solstice Ceremony - Arieto at Woodworth Park, Youngstown Ohio 6...

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Comment by Dr. Rose M. Xochitl AnaO Quinone on July 7, 2011 at 10:35pm

I want to thank Kacike Mucaro Borerro Agueyban, Beike Koromo Sabaoko, Vanessa Inaru(Bohio Atabei) for their assistance in this Araito. It was an intimate and spiritual time with each other and our ancestors. There were tears of joy as we connected wit our ancestors. Our ancestors pray for us and we should acknowledge their continualed love for us, their children. Imagine the love and support we have available to us?! We are not alone not forgotten. We need to acknowledge and accept tat we are destined for an after life that is freeing.

I wish to thank Alex Zacarias, a natiao (brother). You are  correct, Alex, you are a Natiao, Inaru, you haven't forgotten our Bohio Aabei in Youngstown, we appreciate your love and dedication to us, like a mother, bo'matum.

To my brothers, Kacike Mukaro, you spent money you didn't have to support the Youngstown community, Beike  Sobaoko Koromo- all of you, Hahom.

Oma'bahari, Seneko kakona, Xochitl Anao Quinones DelValle 

Comment by Joshua M Seidl on July 4, 2011 at 8:00pm
Excellent editing. I wish I had the chance to study editing under alex. I was there, so I can see the magnificent job that was done for this segment.
Comment by Alex Zacarias on July 2, 2011 at 9:09am

Filming Arieto for the documentary THE LOST TAINO TRIBE (www.LostTainoTribe.com)



Taino Summer Solstice Ceremony - Arieto at Woodworth Park, Youngstown Ohio 6/2011

Miguel Sague - CANEY INDIGENOUS CIRCLE

Members of the Pittsburgh lodge of the CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE traveled to Youngstown, Ohio and joined local Caney Circle beike Rose Quinones and other local Tainos and local people who appreciate Taino culture as well as representatives of Taino communities from New York, Cleveland, Wisconsin and elsewhere in celebrating this year's Summer Solstice Ceremony. We were honored with the presence of the leader of the UNITED CONFEDERATION OF TAINO PEOPLE and kasike of the Yukayeke Guainia of New York, Roberto Mukaro Borrero. Mukaro spoke to the assembled group and shared aspects of our Taino culture and responsibility as a resurgent people.

We were also honored with the presence of Vanessa Inarunikia Pastramo who shared with us the sacred message of the Journeys of Peace and Dignity due to be shared with Tainos in 2012.

The event was sponsored jointly by the CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE, the UNITED CONFEDERATION OF TAINO PEOPLE and the local Red Hawk Native American Society.

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