The Arocoel Grandfather's Sacred Caney Longhouse
Tribe of the Great People of The Sacred High Waters

GREEN IS THE COLOR OF THE PLANT PEOPLE THAT LIVE UPON THE FACE OF OUR MOTHER
-------------- ATABEY EARTH MOTHER --------------
------ ATABEIRA GRANMOTHER OF THE MOON & WATERS ------

"We The Taino People Are The Rainbow Warriors"

According to Cree prophecy: When the earth is sick and the animals have disappeared, there will come a tribe of people from all creeds, colors and cultures, who will restore the earth to its former beauty. This tribe will be called ..... "The Warriors of the Rainbow"

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The Red, Yellow and Green are the tribal colors of our Jatibonicu Taino Tribal Nation of Boriken (Puerto Rico) and Lenapehoken (New Jersey).

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A Cultural Educational Taino Photo Gallery

TAINOS AIM HIGH

The Jatibonicu Taino Tribe of Boriken

Our Tribal Motto: Like A Mountain We Stand Alone

"WE THE PEOPLE OF THE JATIBONICU TAINO TRIBAL NATION SHALL PREVAIL" Welcome to the Jatibonicu Elders Caney Longhouse "WE THE PEOPLE OF THE JATIBONICU TAINO TRIBAL NATION SHALL PREVAIL"

This is a picture of Principal Chief Guanikeyu at the March 27th 1998, Sacred Canupa Pipe sharing and Bonding Ceremony of the Taino people.

"I say to the Creator of the Four Winds and the giver of breath, that upon this 27th day of March, 1998, that I, Amaraca Yamoca, Two Rattles, also known as Guanikeyu, Noble Bird Of The White Earth, who is the Principal Chief of Jatibonicu Taino people, have humbly place my lips upon this most sacred Chanupa Pipe. I make this sacred promise to Yaya the Creator and Great Spirit. I say to my Brothers and Sisters and to all of my relatives who have shared this sacred Chanupa within this tribal circle. I do hereby wash away all my bitterness and past indifference between my Taino Brothers and Sisters. May they always keep this sacred pledge of love and unity as we are now in union with Yaya the Creator. Now we walk together as one Taino people. Han Han Catu' and Let it be so. Yahe!" "I say to all my relatives upon the face of our Earth Mother Atabey. I say to those Taino people, who dare take part in this sacred ceremony. I say woe to you and to yours. I say remember and thus be aware, for whatever vain reason you may declare. Should you ever break this most sacred promise, to the Creator as you will forever be dead in his eyes if you should betray your word to him the giver of life. I will say no more..."

On A Public Note:

The long stemmed North American Lakota Canupa Pipe, viewed in the above picture, is not a traditional Taino pipe. This Sacred Pipe was used in a respectful way to honor the Creator and our Northern American relatives. They had thus requested, that we share this Sacred Pipe in our Taino peace circle at our Taino Ceremony. On another note: We do use and have our own traditional pre-colombian Taino Pipes

Taino Tribal Affairs Public Information

Public issues regarding our sovereign Taino tribe, and its Tribal Constitution and Tribal Laws

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A Tribal Affairs Public Notice As of September 13, 1998

A Jatibonicu' CommUNITY Bulletin Board News Service

A TRIBAL AFFAIRS PUBLIC NOTICE: "Attention Jatibonicu Tribal Members" Please be advised of the next Tribal Council meeting. All meetings, will be held on the third Saturday of each month at 3:00 PM sharp. The meeting location is at, 703 South Eight Street Vineland, New Jersey 08360. All Registered tribal members are hereby notified and are requested to attend the tribal council meetings. You Should Contact the Tribal Council Affairs office at 856-690-1565, if you plan on attending the next monthly meeting. Any other new tribal business, that needs addressing by the Tribal Council, should be submitted in writing before the next meeting date. Send all letters to the above mailing address, so that they can be put on the next meeting agenda and addressed by the Tribal Council.

Who Are The Taino People

We are the proud & noble people who discovered Christopher Columbus on October 12, 1492. We were the very First Native Americans to receive "Glass Beads" from the Europeans. We are a noble people who have proudly stood up for our Taino Native American Rights & Heritage. We did officially reorganized in the Caribbean & Florida and other parts of the United States, on November 18th 1993, some 500 plus years later and ...

"We The Taino People Are Still Here"

Taino History: Click upon the "History Image" to view the second part of the Jatibonicu' Tribal Longhouse Home Page

Taino-L Forum FAQ Frequently Asked Questions

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FAQ Social Culture Taino-People's Newsgroup FAQ

Our Casabi Yuca Bread Being Cooked On The Buren

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Please Click On The Image Of The STARBURST To Read The Elders Introduction

Please Do Read This Taino Longhouse Introduction by Pedro Guanikeyu Torres, Tribal Elder

The Sacred Stone People

Cemi the Sacred Totem of the Taino People

The Stone Cemi's are Always kept in the Chief's Caney Longhouse

PLEASE NOTE ALL IMAGES WITHIN THESE PAGES ARE CLICKABLE AND SUPPORT FURTHER DATA

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The Cinturon or Yuke is a Sacred Stone Belt, Our Wheel of Life

Contacting Information For The Puerto Rico And US Region of The Taino Tribal Council of Jatibonicu'

(The Jatibonicu Taino Tribal Council's Mailing Addresses)
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Taino Tribal Protocol And Contacting Procedures

The Taino Tribal Council of Jatibonicu'
US Regional Tribal Affairs Office
Great People of The Sacred High Waters
703 South Eight Street Vineland, NJ 08360

Please Contact The Principal Chief Guanikeyu By Sending Letters Via US Mail or E-Mail
To The Nitayno: Sub-Chief, Maria Anani Jimenez
MariaAnani@aol.com

United States Region Tribal Council Office Number
(856) 690-1565

United States Region Tribal Council Office FAX
(856) 690-1565

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