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@vieques_love Proud of you girl!! Social media can save Puerto Rico!!! #Repost @thelilynews:
Vieques is a small island seven miles off the east coast of Puerto Rico with a population of about 9,000. When Hurricane Maria hit Vieques on Sept. 20, Brittany Roush, who lived on Vieques for three years, knew she had to do something.
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Only five days after the storm, she started @vieques_love to bring relief. Since then, they have lobbied Congress using any resources available to them — social media, personal contacts and email — to draw attention to Vieques and “the abysmal response by the federal government,” says Roush. “The worst FEMA response in U.S. history was Katrina until this one.” (photo courtesy of Steven Mueller) #HopeForPuertoRico #DividedNoMore #SomosUnaVoz #tidal #OneAmericaAppeal #GodBlessPR #boricuapride #puertorico #ricanlife #taino #PRstrong #puertoricanproblems #PuertoRicoSeLevanta  #boricua #teampuertorico #orgulloboricua #coqui #UnidosPorPuertoRico #reggaeton #BoricuaStrong #isladelencanto #HelpPuertoRico #SanJuan #rebuildpuertorico #TainasUnidas
@vieques_love Proud of you girl!! Social media can save Puerto Rico!!! #Repost  @thelilynews: Vieques is a small island seven miles off the east coast of Puerto Rico with a population of about 9,000. When Hurricane Maria hit Vieques on Sept. 20, Brittany Roush, who lived on Vieques for three years, knew she had to do something. • Only five days after the storm, she started @vieques_love to bring relief. Since then, they have lobbied Congress using any resources available to them — social media, personal contacts and email — to draw attention to Vieques and “the abysmal response by the federal government,” says Roush. “The worst FEMA response in U.S. history was Katrina until this one.” (photo courtesy of Steven Mueller) #HopeForPuertoRico  #DividedNoMore  #SomosUnaVoz  #tidal  #OneAmericaAppeal  #GodBlessPR  #boricuapride  #puertorico  #ricanlife  #taino  #PRstrong  #puertoricanproblems  #PuertoRicoSeLevanta  #boricua  #teampuertorico  #orgulloboricua  #coqui  #UnidosPorPuertoRico  #reggaeton  #BoricuaStrong  #isladelencanto  #HelpPuertoRico  #SanJuan  #rebuildpuertorico  #TainasUnidas 
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Mussel shell and glass beads sliding knot lobster claw necklace : $25 + shipping
The shells of the necklace where hand shaped using a stone.
To order: 
Tintataina@gmail.com
Or Direct message me
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LG ( Guaribogoeyza: Warrior Spirit )
#taino #puertorico #boricuas #borinken #puertorican #shells #nature #tainoindian #nativeamerican #nativeart #jewellery #jewelry #handmade #handmadejewelry #fashion #jewellerydesign #jewellerylover #earings #nativeamericanpride #tattoolovers #ink #inkedup #inkedlifestyle #tattoocommunity  #newtraditional #tattoolife  #instagram
Swipe to see more pics and the two different ways to wear it. Mussel shell and glass beads sliding knot lobster claw necklace : $25 + shipping The shells of the necklace where hand shaped using a stone. To order: Tintataina@gmail.com Or Direct message me - LG ( Guaribogoeyza: Warrior Spirit ) #taino  #puertorico  #boricuas  #borinken  #puertorican  #shells  #nature  #tainoindian  #nativeamerican  #nativeart  #jewellery  #jewelry  #handmade  #handmadejewelry  #fashion  #jewellerydesign  #jewellerylover  #earings  #nativeamericanpride  #tattoolovers  #ink  #inkedup  #inkedlifestyle  #tattoocommunity  #newtraditional  #tattoolife  #instagram 
Day 8 of 21. Raw vegan cleanse. 
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Purple sea moss juices day/night and a clean salad for lunch has sustained me.  Also lots of herbal teas.
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I'm being drawn inward. Everyday the channels are more clairvoyant. The energy is more vibrant.  My senses are sharper.  My eyes are clearer. My eyes usually change with the seasons, this year there are hints of green. 
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This week in honor of Bes I dance freely everyday to align my spirit and shake off negativity. 
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People who successfully cleanse and fast in a city are challenged the most for there is so much temptation in every direction. Much love famila! Even more love to my sister-friend of 20 years @_jxo_oxs_  who is going through this journey and evolving with me.  I love you so mucho!!! _

I give thanks to the most high for the opposition, obstacles, and lessons. Stay prayed up!
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Day 8 of 21. Raw vegan cleanse. _ Purple sea moss juices day/night and a clean salad for lunch has sustained me. Also lots of herbal teas. _ I'm being drawn inward. Everyday the channels are more clairvoyant. The energy is more vibrant. My senses are sharper. My eyes are clearer. My eyes usually change with the seasons, this year there are hints of green. _ This week in honor of Bes I dance freely everyday to align my spirit and shake off negativity. _ People who successfully cleanse and fast in a city are challenged the most for there is so much temptation in every direction. Much love famila! Even more love to my sister-friend of 20 years @_jxo_oxs_ who is going through this journey and evolving with me. I love you so mucho!!! _ I give thanks to the most high for the opposition, obstacles, and lessons. Stay prayed up! _ 🌻🌻🌻🌻 #vegan  #iridology  #eyes  #dance  #goddess  #taino  #bes  #sacredwoman  #love  #fasting  #nomakeup  #naturalbeauty 
On this road called life, stay in your own lane. It's easy to get sideswiped if you don't watch your rear view. #libraseason #inmybag #inmyzone #observant #mystic #thirdeye #libramoon #karma #afrolatino #taino #africa #roots #instagood
Sooooo. They got permission to go to Ponce on a humanitarian mission, came back, and got kicked off the island by the Puerto Rico State Police? Wtf is going on. #HopeForPuertoRico #DividedNoMore #SomosUnaVoz #tidal #OneAmericaAppeal #GodBlessPR #boricuapride #puertorico #ricanlife #taino #PRstrong #puertoricanproblems #PuertoRicoSeLevanta  #boricua #teampuertorico #orgulloboricua #coqui #UnidosPorPuertoRico #reggaeton #BoricuaStrong #isladelencanto #HelpPuertoRico #SanJuan #rebuildpuertorico #TainasUnidas
Sooooo. They got permission to go to Ponce on a humanitarian mission, came back, and got kicked off the island by the Puerto Rico State Police? Wtf is going on. #HopeForPuertoRico  #DividedNoMore  #SomosUnaVoz  #tidal  #OneAmericaAppeal  #GodBlessPR  #boricuapride  #puertorico  #ricanlife  #taino  #PRstrong  #puertoricanproblems  #PuertoRicoSeLevanta  #boricua  #teampuertorico  #orgulloboricua  #coqui  #UnidosPorPuertoRico  #reggaeton  #BoricuaStrong  #isladelencanto  #HelpPuertoRico  #SanJuan  #rebuildpuertorico  #TainasUnidas 
Am confident that in a years time our island will be this lush and green again! #missinginpuertorico #siemprepalante #puertoricoselevanta #allin4pr #hopeforpr #Repost @ricannection ・・・
Cueva Ventana / Cueva del Indio
#arecibo #arecibopr #taino #puertorico #ricannection #cuevaventana
We will rise.  We are #strong.  We are full of blood and tears yet we have strived after culture change, Invision and hurricane after hurricane. We are full of #diversity,  #kind,  #warm,  #smart,  #wise,  #loving.  #puertorico #puertoricoselevanta #somosuno #united #spanish #latino #native #taino #mixedbreed #indios #african #spainiard #wewillrise #caribbean #isladelencanto #islapreciosa
Working on a piece that's special to my heart. Our Lady of Providence is the Lady of Puerto Rico; this is my version with all 78 of Puerto Rico's town names and Taino Indian petroglyphs throughout. ❤️ #puertorico #goddess #patronsaint #ourladyofprovidence #nuestraseñoradelaprovidencia #mixedmedia #goldleaf #100x35 #hurricanemaria #madonnaandchild #goddess #femininepower #thefutureisfemale #art #instaart #instaartist #dailyart #goldleaf #taino #lospueblos #puertoricoselevanta #somosunos #unavoz
Working on a piece that's special to my heart. Our Lady of Providence is the Lady of Puerto Rico; this is my version with all 78 of Puerto Rico's town names and Taino Indian petroglyphs throughout. ❤️ #puertorico  #goddess  #patronsaint  #ourladyofprovidence  #nuestraseñoradelaprovidencia  #mixedmedia  #goldleaf  #100x35  #hurricanemaria  #madonnaandchild  #goddess  #femininepower  #thefutureisfemale  #art  #instaart  #instaartist  #dailyart  #goldleaf  #taino  #lospueblos  #puertoricoselevanta  #somosunos  #unavoz 
Been a while since I've seen 💜Purple💜 in my blunt Ya'll know what time it is 💪💪💪 #Taino Inspired #blunts #twaxblunt #710 #cubanseed #grownindominicanrepublic #boricuarolled
@Regranned from @billy_ironbull -  Many of the Philippine tribes engaged in head taking practices, including the Bontoc (Illongots), Kalinga, Ifugoa and Ga'dung people of Northern Luzon. Hardy farmers, they built incredible stone-walled rice terraces thousands of years ago that now form one of the seven man-made wonders of the world. They were also fierce headhunters. The killing of a tribesman was avenged by taking the head of a member of the killer's tribe, resulting in a vicious circle of revenge and war that could last for decades. In addition to being a matter of honour, headhunting was regarded as a great sport that all young warriors could participate in and use to increase their social standing. The undertaking of an expedition involved considerable ritual as well as the careful observance of positive and negative omens. Enemy villages were raided at dawn and a triumphant result was followed by days of feasting and dancing. Successful hunters were tattooed with special blue markings, but also took a piece of the skull, usually the jawbone or the top of the cranium, and fashioned it into a gong-handle. These gongs were then hung as status symbols of great importance on the walls of the warrior's homes.

Today these peoples adhere to a mixture of Christianity and traditional animist beliefs. While the practice of head taking became rare in the 1970's, even today it is considered an acceptable act of revenge. Locals in Bontoc province note anecdotally that young "warriors" sometimes lie in wait for a rice farmer on the terraces to shoot him dead, taking his head in a grisly modern ritual of peer approval. Police investigate the incidence of all headless bodies by examining local youths for new tattoos as a means of finding culprits, however the young men find new ways to mark themselves that are not familiar to the police. *******************************************************#polynesian #native #pinay #filam #blackfoot #mexico #mexika #latino #hispanic #aztec #filipino #comanche #sioux #lakota #pinoy #navajo #photography #naturephotography #nativeamerican #indigenous #starbucks #apache #hawaiian #taino #japan #sioux #nodapl
@Regranned from @billy_ironbull - Many of the Philippine tribes engaged in head taking practices, including the Bontoc (Illongots), Kalinga, Ifugoa and Ga'dung people of Northern Luzon. Hardy farmers, they built incredible stone-walled rice terraces thousands of years ago that now form one of the seven man-made wonders of the world. They were also fierce headhunters. The killing of a tribesman was avenged by taking the head of a member of the killer's tribe, resulting in a vicious circle of revenge and war that could last for decades. In addition to being a matter of honour, headhunting was regarded as a great sport that all young warriors could participate in and use to increase their social standing. The undertaking of an expedition involved considerable ritual as well as the careful observance of positive and negative omens. Enemy villages were raided at dawn and a triumphant result was followed by days of feasting and dancing. Successful hunters were tattooed with special blue markings, but also took a piece of the skull, usually the jawbone or the top of the cranium, and fashioned it into a gong-handle. These gongs were then hung as status symbols of great importance on the walls of the warrior's homes. Today these peoples adhere to a mixture of Christianity and traditional animist beliefs. While the practice of head taking became rare in the 1970's, even today it is considered an acceptable act of revenge. Locals in Bontoc province note anecdotally that young "warriors" sometimes lie in wait for a rice farmer on the terraces to shoot him dead, taking his head in a grisly modern ritual of peer approval. Police investigate the incidence of all headless bodies by examining local youths for new tattoos as a means of finding culprits, however the young men find new ways to mark themselves that are not familiar to the police. *******************************************************#polynesian  #native  #pinay  #filam  #blackfoot  #mexico  #mexika  #latino  #hispanic  #aztec  #filipino  #comanche  #sioux  #lakota  #pinoy  #navajo  #photography  #naturephotography  #nativeamerican  #indigenous  #starbucks  #apache  #hawaiian  #taino  #japan  #sioux  #nodapl 
San Jose gave me life
San Jose gave me life
Part 2
Part 2
I tried sharing this all in one post but IG is being a bitch
I tried sharing this all in one post but IG is being a bitch
Many of the Philippine tribes engaged in head taking practices, including the Bontoc (Illongots), Kalinga, Ifugoa and Ga'dung people of Northern Luzon. Hardy farmers, they built incredible stone-walled rice terraces thousands of years ago that now form one of the seven man-made wonders of the world. They were also fierce headhunters. The killing of a tribesman was avenged by taking the head of a member of the killer's tribe, resulting in a vicious circle of revenge and war that could last for decades. In addition to being a matter of honour, headhunting was regarded as a great sport that all young warriors could participate in and use to increase their social standing. The undertaking of an expedition involved considerable ritual as well as the careful observance of positive and negative omens. Enemy villages were raided at dawn and a triumphant result was followed by days of feasting and dancing. Successful hunters were tattooed with special blue markings, but also took a piece of the skull, usually the jawbone or the top of the cranium, and fashioned it into a gong-handle. These gongs were then hung as status symbols of great importance on the walls of the warrior's homes.

Today these peoples adhere to a mixture of Christianity and traditional animist beliefs. While the practice of head taking became rare in the 1970's, even today it is considered an acceptable act of revenge. Locals in Bontoc province note anecdotally that young "warriors" sometimes lie in wait for a rice farmer on the terraces to shoot him dead, taking his head in a grisly modern ritual of peer approval. Police investigate the incidence of all headless bodies by examining local youths for new tattoos as a means of finding culprits, however the young men find new ways to mark themselves that are not familiar to the police. @pre_colonial_philippines *******************************************************#polynesian #native #pinay #filam #blackfoot #mexico #mexika #latino #hispanic #aztec #filipino #comanche #sioux #lakota #pinoy #navajo #photography #naturephotography #nativeamerican #indigenous #starbucks #apache #hawaiian #taino #japan #sioux #nodapl  #maori #mestizo #philippines
Many of the Philippine tribes engaged in head taking practices, including the Bontoc (Illongots), Kalinga, Ifugoa and Ga'dung people of Northern Luzon. Hardy farmers, they built incredible stone-walled rice terraces thousands of years ago that now form one of the seven man-made wonders of the world. They were also fierce headhunters. The killing of a tribesman was avenged by taking the head of a member of the killer's tribe, resulting in a vicious circle of revenge and war that could last for decades. In addition to being a matter of honour, headhunting was regarded as a great sport that all young warriors could participate in and use to increase their social standing. The undertaking of an expedition involved considerable ritual as well as the careful observance of positive and negative omens. Enemy villages were raided at dawn and a triumphant result was followed by days of feasting and dancing. Successful hunters were tattooed with special blue markings, but also took a piece of the skull, usually the jawbone or the top of the cranium, and fashioned it into a gong-handle. These gongs were then hung as status symbols of great importance on the walls of the warrior's homes. Today these peoples adhere to a mixture of Christianity and traditional animist beliefs. While the practice of head taking became rare in the 1970's, even today it is considered an acceptable act of revenge. Locals in Bontoc province note anecdotally that young "warriors" sometimes lie in wait for a rice farmer on the terraces to shoot him dead, taking his head in a grisly modern ritual of peer approval. Police investigate the incidence of all headless bodies by examining local youths for new tattoos as a means of finding culprits, however the young men find new ways to mark themselves that are not familiar to the police. @pre_colonial_philippines *******************************************************#polynesian  #native  #pinay  #filam  #blackfoot  #mexico  #mexika  #latino  #hispanic  #aztec  #filipino  #comanche  #sioux  #lakota  #pinoy  #navajo  #photography  #naturephotography  #nativeamerican  #indigenous  #starbucks  #apache  #hawaiian  #taino  #japan  #sioux  #nodapl  #maori  #mestizo  #philippines 
Just two vets born in PR that love America and have our island people close to our hearts. 🇺🇸🇵🇷 We already have our tickets and rental. Sleeping arrangements don't matter to us. We will hit the mountains and visit the families and drop off much needed items. LINK IN BIO #pr #taino #puertoRico #usa #usmc #army #hurricaneirma #hurricanemaria #heyEverybodyLookAtMe #lookWhatiHave #explore #america #jumpOnTheEtrain #theMoreYouKnow💫 #myBoringLife
1804: The hidden history of Haiti.  If you couldn't tell by the title, this documentary film is based on the Haitian revolution and it's impact on the world. It was produce by @tariqelite himself. The producer of hidden colors. #hiddencolors #jeans #jaques #dessalines #haitianrevolution #blacklivesmatter #woke #panafrican #moors #taino #dutty #boukman #cathrineflon #haiti #watchthis #myheroes
@Regrann from @familyphotostudio215 -  Shout out to all the tainos 
@_llehsi  #photographer #savage #sexy #taino #taina #puertorico @aerosoleon
This is my comment and feeling towards the world mainland and how we use it! Thank you Brother @native_perspectives for sharing this with me! 
The people of the colonies should never refer to the empire as the mainland for it is not our mainland! The lands, seas, and air that they occupy is our mainland, the lands of our true foremothers and fathers, it is the lands of our history and the veins of our culture! The mainland is the root of our existence! The United States can never be our mainland because our roots are older then the very foundation they stand on! #NotMyMainland #PuertoRicoIsTheMainland #YoSoyBoricuaPaqueTuLoSepas #OurRootsAreOlderThenTheirFoundation #Borikén #Taino #Boricua #PuertoRico #UnaSolaEstrellaLibre #FreeTheColonies #ColonialismIsACrime #vivalaindependencia #VivaPuertoRicoLibre rp @nuestro_patriapr
This is my comment and feeling towards the world mainland and how we use it! Thank you Brother @native_perspectives for sharing this with me! The people of the colonies should never refer to the empire as the mainland for it is not our mainland! The lands, seas, and air that they occupy is our mainland, the lands of our true foremothers and fathers, it is the lands of our history and the veins of our culture! The mainland is the root of our existence! The United States can never be our mainland because our roots are older then the very foundation they stand on! #NotMyMainland  #PuertoRicoIsTheMainland  #YoSoyBoricuaPaqueTuLoSepas  #OurRootsAreOlderThenTheirFoundation  #Borikén  #Taino  #Boricua  #PuertoRico  #UnaSolaEstrellaLibre  #FreeTheColonies  #ColonialismIsACrime  #vivalaindependencia  #VivaPuertoRicoLibre  rp @nuestro_patriapr
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Mussel shell and glass bead sliding knot lobster claw necklace, and Mussel shell earings. The shells of the  necklace where hand shaped using a stone and some water.
I have not decided on a price being that much of the work that went in to this was done so by hand. But if you make me a good offer I could be yours.
To order: 
Tintataina@gmail.com
Or Direct message me
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LG ( Guaribogoeyza: Warrior Spirit )
#taino #puertorico #boricuas #borinken #puertorican #shells #nature #tainoindian #nativeamerican #nativeart #jewellery #jewelry #handmade #handmadejewelry #fashion #jewellerydesign #jewellerylover #earings #nativeamericanpride #tattoolovers #ink #inkedup #inkedlifestyle #tattoocommunity  #newtraditional #tattoolife  #instagram
Swipe to see more pics Mussel shell and glass bead sliding knot lobster claw necklace, and Mussel shell earings. The shells of the necklace where hand shaped using a stone and some water. I have not decided on a price being that much of the work that went in to this was done so by hand. But if you make me a good offer I could be yours. To order: Tintataina@gmail.com Or Direct message me - LG ( Guaribogoeyza: Warrior Spirit ) #taino  #puertorico  #boricuas  #borinken  #puertorican  #shells  #nature  #tainoindian  #nativeamerican  #nativeart  #jewellery  #jewelry  #handmade  #handmadejewelry  #fashion  #jewellerydesign  #jewellerylover  #earings  #nativeamericanpride  #tattoolovers  #ink  #inkedup  #inkedlifestyle  #tattoocommunity  #newtraditional  #tattoolife  #instagram 
#Abuelo Tabaco, our most sacred medicine! He prepares our body before ritual to give light to the other medicines that will be recieved by the patient. 
#This medicine can be prepared in various ways and is known to break addictions and clear the mind.  In vision he can be the gentle grandfather who gives advice, but can also be the stern father figure who comes to correct us. 
#This plant guide is open to helping anyone who comes to seek healing, but don't abuse him tho because that's when the medicine brings disease.  He picks his healers carefully and those who are Tabaqueros will naturally be drawn to working with his medicine. 
#tobacco #Abuelo #Tabaco #curanderismo #Curandero #Boricua #Puertorriqueño #PR #PuertoRico #Espiritero #healing #Shaman #Chaman #Shamanism #Chamanismo #Behike #Bejike #Bojike #Bohike #Taino #Arawak #Eyeri
#Abuelo  Tabaco, our most sacred medicine! He prepares our body before ritual to give light to the other medicines that will be recieved by the patient. #This  medicine can be prepared in various ways and is known to break addictions and clear the mind. In vision he can be the gentle grandfather who gives advice, but can also be the stern father figure who comes to correct us. #This  plant guide is open to helping anyone who comes to seek healing, but don't abuse him tho because that's when the medicine brings disease. He picks his healers carefully and those who are Tabaqueros will naturally be drawn to working with his medicine. #tobacco  #Abuelo  #Tabaco  #curanderismo  #Curandero  #Boricua  #Puertorriqueño  #PR  #PuertoRico  #Espiritero  #healing  #Shaman  #Chaman  #Shamanism  #Chamanismo  #Behike  #Bejike  #Bojike  #Bohike  #Taino  #Arawak  #Eyeri 
This is my comment and feeling towards the world mainland and how we use it! Thank you Brother @native_perspectives for sharing this with me! 
The people of the colonies should never refer to the empire as the mainland for it is not our mainland! The lands, seas, and air that they occupy is our mainland, the lands of our true foremothers and fathers, it is the lands of our history and the veins of our culture! The mainland is the root of our existence! The United States can never be our mainland because our roots are older then the very foundation they stand on! #NotMyMainland #PuertoRicoIsTheMainland #YoSoyBoricuaPaqueTuLoSepas #OurRootsAreOlderThenTheirFoundation #Borikén #Taino #Boricua #PuertoRico #UnaSolaEstrellaLibre #FreeTheColonies #ColonialismIsACrime #vivalaindependencia #VivaPuertoRicoLibre
This is my comment and feeling towards the world mainland and how we use it! Thank you Brother @native_perspectives for sharing this with me! The people of the colonies should never refer to the empire as the mainland for it is not our mainland! The lands, seas, and air that they occupy is our mainland, the lands of our true foremothers and fathers, it is the lands of our history and the veins of our culture! The mainland is the root of our existence! The United States can never be our mainland because our roots are older then the very foundation they stand on! #NotMyMainland  #PuertoRicoIsTheMainland  #YoSoyBoricuaPaqueTuLoSepas  #OurRootsAreOlderThenTheirFoundation  #Borikén  #Taino  #Boricua  #PuertoRico  #UnaSolaEstrellaLibre  #FreeTheColonies  #ColonialismIsACrime  #vivalaindependencia  #VivaPuertoRicoLibre 
Good Morning from Shaman Corner #shaman #shamanic #shamanism #native #nativeamerican #taino
My #Taino ancestor culture.
My #Taino  ancestor culture.