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Saturday, May 16, 2020

Being sick with this Corona virus’s has made it difficult for me to stay connnected and to communicate. 😀but hate I am fighting this dreadful virus. However coming out of the the disorientated state i no longer have no fevers and no dizzzy spells . I am gettting bettter every second ❤️. So with that said I would like to inform all of you of some changes 😀first miss Mildred  Ghandia known as Karaira is no longer in the Bohioatabei grandmother’s circle .Feel free to contact her on your own as all references to her are. Being removed from Bohio pages .Secound I will put out a more detail post as soon as I get back home X.I thank you for your prayers concerns and and understanding..,, much hugs 🤗 Ina

Friday, February 28, 2020

Yukayeke Yamaye Guani powerful invocation at Sacred Garden Blessing in Yamaye


Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Sacred Caves of the Caribbean

Cueva Clara, Boriken

According to Taino legend, on the island of Hispanola (Kiskeya/Haiti), in the Caonao region there is a mountain called Cauta that has two caves, Cacibajagua (Cave of the Jagua) and Amayaúna (without importance). The place of origin for the Taino people was Cacibajagua and everyone else came from the other cave.

Caves held special significance and were used in sacred ceremonies and rituals. Throughout the Caribbean are sacred caves with petroglyphs that provide evidence of their ritual use.

Kiskeya (Dominican Republic)

To enter a cave today and see the petroglyphs is a unique experience. There are no museum lights or explanations, just the darkness of the cave and its mystery. 

Each petroglyph is a testament to the creativity and ingenuity of the Taino. You can sense the spirit of our ancestors and their connection with the earth. Words cannot express the sensation of awe and profound wonder that you feel when you enter a cave that has special significance.

Cueva del Indo, Las Piedras, Boriken

We do not know of any complete listing of all the caves in the Caribbean, both privately-held and in public parks, at the current time. What follows is a starting off point for further investigation.

The Fountain Cavern, Shoal Bay
Big Spring Cave, Island Harbour

In the Bahamian archipelago there are over 40 cave sites and 4 submerged cave burials. Of note are the Lucayan Caverns located in the Grand Bahama Island. 

Cueva del Indio, Vinales https://d-cuba.com/cueva-del-indio

Hato Caves https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hato_Caves
Christoffer National Park

KISKEYA (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC)  – List compiled by Prof. Dato Pagán Perdomo, 1977)
Anamuya, Higüey 
Anamuyita, Higüey 
Barreras, Azua 
Berna, Higüey 
Borda, Boca Chica 
Cabo Samaná, Samaná 
Chacuey, Dajabón 
Cueva de las Manos, Sierra Bahoruco
Cueva de Las Maravillas, San Pedro de Macorís (https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/cuevas-de-las-maravillas-cave-of-wonders)
Cueva de Panchito Parque Nacional del Este 
Cueva del Puente, Parque Nacional del Este 
Cueva Los Patos, Barahona 
Cuevas de Cabrera, Nagua
Cuevas del Pomier, San Cristóbal https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pomier_Caves
Cuevita, Higüey 
El Caimito, San Pedro de Macorís 
El Jagual, Boca del Soco 
El Quemado, San Pedro de Macorís 
El Rubio, San Pedro de Macorís 
El Salado,Higüey 
Galeras, Samaná 
Guácara del Comedero ,Cordillera Central 
Hoyo de Sanabe, Cotuí 
José María, Parque Nacional del Este 
La Rusilla, Santiago 
Laguna de Oviedo, Pedernales 
Las Caritas ,Pedernales 
Liborio, Higüey 
Los Haitíses, Samaná 
Los Molinas, Higüey 
Los Negros Higüey 
Los Paredones, Boca Chica 
Los Tres Ojos, Santo Domingo 
Nisibón, Higüey 
Palma Cana, La Vega 
Paredoncito, Santo Domingo 
Piedra los Indios, Fantino 
Puerto de los Pichirilos, Pedernales 
Punta Espada, Higüey 
Santa Ana,Santo Domingo 
Universitaria, Boca Chica 
Ventana, Santo Domingo 
Vieja Rufina, Higüey 

JAMAICA http://www.jamaicancaves.org/jamaica-cave-register.htm (a more complete list but doesn't show which ones have petroglyphs)
Twin Sisters Cave, St. Catherine (below sea level)

BORIKEN (PUERTO RICO) (many caves are on privately held land)
Cueva del Indio, Arecibo
Cueva del Indio, Las Piedra https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cueva_del_Indio

Caurita drawings in the Maracas Valley