Indigenous Prophetic Tradition from Central America and the Caribbean

Subtitle

 Three Projects That Assist In The Transition Of Our World and the recognition of the sacredness of the earth

 

project #1

Caney Circle Outreach and Support


OUR WORK INCLUDES MONTHLY TRADITIONAL TAINO CEREMONIES THAT ARE OFFERED FREE OF CHARGE TO ALL MEMBERS OF OUR COMMUNITY AROUND THE WORLD


 We maintain a corps of 34 behikes (trained spiritual guides) whose responsibility is to bring the wisdom of Taino tradition to people who show interest in our spiritual culture. Our behikes celebrate the sacred ceremonies of our ancestors on a regular basis and freely welcome participants to our circle ceremonies from Kiskeya (Domincan Republic) to Boriken (Puerto Rico) in the Caribbean, from upstate New York in the north to Miami Florida in the south, and from the west coast of British Columbia to the east coast of Maryland on the North American continent. We even serve members of our community living in European countries such as the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

 


 

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project #2

Peten Rainforest Maya Women's Effort

OUR WORK IN BEHALF OF THE IX CANNAN WOMEN'S PROJECT

 

 

Craftswomen of the Ix Canaan Project in the remote rainforest community of El Remate try out a modern Dremmel tool donated by our Maya-Taino Prophecy Initiative, that will facilitate their work with wood as they create beautiful pieces inspired by the Maya tradition of their ancestors and in the process can become more self-sufficient.Click to contribute

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project #3

 Wukub Noj Maya Ceremonial and Teaching Center Effort

 OUR WORK WITH THE WUKUB NOJ CEREMONIAL AND TEACHING CENTER 

 

The Maya-Taino Prophecy Initiative is commited to help Tata Filiberto Perez of Santa Clara, Guatemala complete and maintain this wonderful cultural resource which brings the wisdom and tradition of his ancestors to the younger generation of Maya people and to outsiders who appreciate the value that these teachings offer the world at large. click to contribute Here Miguel Sague of the Maya-TainoProphecy Initiative on the extreme left confers with Tata Don Filiberto Perez (third from the left) and other elders of the traditional Maya in the highland town of Nebaj concerning the future of the Wukub Noj Project. click to contribute

Don Filiberto needs our help to assist him and his community realize their dream to establish and maintain a center that is destined be a focal factor in world renewal. Please donate generously to the MAYA TAINO PROPHECY INITIATIVE Wukub Noj Project Fund. Click here to contribute