On a frosty dawn in December, when the sun began to shine the earth, I woke up to witness a shower of snow enveloping the ground with a pearly quilt. Mesmerized by the flow of snowflakes, I contemplated the naked trees getting dressed with an elegant white nightgown, adorning its bared branches with diamonds of… Continue reading Christmas in the Island of Enchantment
A través de nuestra historia, los crónicos e investigadores, concluyeron que nuestros antepasados indígnenos borinqueños, tuvieron una corta vida en la Tierra. Con el descubrimiento de Puerto Rico, en el 1493, los indios taínos le dieron la bienvenida a los españoles, creyendo que eran dioses. Años más tarde, precisamente en el 1508, con la llegada… Continue reading Los indígenos borinqueños
As the cold air rhythmically travels with the falling leaves whose dyed petals are descending into a carpet of colored foliage, a distant wave of snow is tenderly sprinkling the woodlands of the United States. The brisk breeze and shorter days of autumn delight Americans weeks before Christmas day while hundreds of pine trees are… Continue reading La Navidad Boricua
Over 200 locals from Llanos barrio (neighborhood) were there when José Abelardo, known as Pepo, was surprised on his 90 birthday celebration. His seven children and eleven grandchildren arranged the ‘gran fiesta’ in Aibonito, their homeland. The event was held on their big patio of the Hacienda, where Don Pepo had lived for more than six… Continue reading The Illustrius Jíbarito
When we discover our authenticity, and honor the roots of our origin, we become enlightened Boricuas (Taíno name for Puerto Ricans). Through this awareness, we learn to perceive our world as a magical place, teaching us the Taínos that happiness is a journey to the heart.
Crowned by a feminine aura, the moon is considered a powerful goddess with the potential to bring magic into your life by manifesting your desires.
Distinctive pieces of Taíno DNA were found in the modern Puerto Rican.
The Taínos believe this land enabled them to transit to other dimensions. El Toro Peak is not for everybody. The secluded hike is difficult, taking about 3-4 hours; however, the reward of experiencing the energy of the hidden world promises to uplift your spirit in the paradise island.
If you have never been to Puerto Rico, I hope this information will arouse your curiosity about visiting our mystical peninsula.