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Monday, February 26, 2018

A message for our Friends and Relatives of Xamaika.




We take a moment to express our sincere and heartfelt gratitude to
Ms. Carol Miller the Council of Elders and the members of Sankofie in Xamaika for their support of the Peace and Dignity Journeys Caribbean initiative.
This March 14-21,2018 a PDJ regional run will be held in Xamaika due to the collaboration between Sankofie and Peace and Dignity Journeys.


The Coordinators of this event Ms. Velva Kasabiana Lawrence a member of Sankofie and a PDJ runner 2016,
Ms Lesley Gail Boianani Atkinson have both been working closely with Kalaan Nibonrix Pairman PDJ runner 2016 and now the main Organizer for PDJ Caribbean region.
The regional run respectfully titled "Run Taino Run Yamayeka promises to be a positive spiritual experience for all who listen for the voice of a kind and unified humanity.  


Every four years since 1992 the Peace and Dignity Journeys has been spiritually reuniting Indigenous communities across the Western hemisphere. This undertaking is done via an intercontinental spiritual run that crosses the continents  
and connects the regions of North, Central, South America and the Caribbean. Indigenous runners from native nations of the Western hemisphere carry prayer staffs from all the four directions of the Americas and meet as one people in the center of the continents.
The endeavor is a powerful prayer in action to fulfill the ancient reunion prophecy of the Eagle and Condor. 


Prior to and in preparation for the all native nations intercontinental run regional prayer runs are held in all participating native nations. 
Xamaika is to have its first regional run. This run will bring the sacred staff bundle of the Caribbean region to the island.
At that moment the sacred staff of Xamaika which was carried by runners from Xamaika in the intercontinental run of 2016 and is infused with the prayers and blessing of relative native nations will be taken to their communities to receive and embrace the thoughts and prayers sent to them. 
During the ceremony and in preparation for 2020 the run will reunite relatives with the power of the run.
The run will also educate and raise a spiritual awareness of the fusion and contributions of indigenous cultures to Jamaica's history. 


For many of us already members of the “PDJ's families” it is an honor too once again as our ancestors did join with friends and relatives to Areito dance, run and pray with our Maroon's families.
In doing so we reawaken the ancestral spirits of our people and nations. 
Once again we will stand side by side as relatives in an indigenous spiritual movement that will not only heal our people but will reignite the hearts of the youth of this ancient and beautiful Taino homeland. 
“So”, they may find in their cultures the wisdom and power to move Xamaika forward in a good and noble way.


What a tremendous Blessing it is to have Ms Carol Miller in the center of the sacred circle working with us on behalf of  Sankofie.
Bohio Atabei and the "PDJ family of native nations respects and  says Bomatum (Thank You). 
Ms. Carol Miller for the beauty and wisdom of your noble warrior spirit. 
Bomatum (Thank You) "Sankofie's family and all the coordinators of this event. Bomatum from the bottom of our heart's and  the top of our souls for your love, respect, and dedication to the bonds of friendship that hold our people together. 
Most of all for your love of Xamaika and its people. You truly represent and embody the wisdom of the words of 
your nation's motto. Out of Many One ! 

Bohio Atabei and PDJ look forward to helping all of our Caribbean region promote cultural pride and honor its ancestral past.

Respectfully In the Spirit of the Ancestors 
On behalf of the Council of Grandmothers,
Taino Bohio Atabei Inaruono Yuka Aroa Guaribono.
Bomatum much love Seneko Kakona Guaitiao's.🙏💕




1 comment:

Colette Garrick said...

Looking forward to the great re-union.