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
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
After doing your research, looking for the best place to spend an amazing vacation in the Caribbean, you book your ticket to the Island of Enchantment. While you are packing your bag, leaving at home any heavy clothes, your excitement is assuring you that magic, romance, adventure, and mystery will meet all your expectations.
That was the first time Maniyio experienced anger. Desperation replaced the peace that always crowned her had been replaced by desperation. Fear was an unfamiliar and cruel threat that was overwhelming her. While she laid down under the colossal and ancient tree that would always bring her comfort, Maniyio stared at the glowing stars with… Continue reading The Portal of La Ceiba
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.
Finding myself in the Dwarf Forest, I contemplated the fog moving in as a pearly white gauze. In this mystifying land of stunted trees and hazy climate, the woodland seems to establish communication with a universal intelligence.
Even though only the cacique and the bohíque were the ones establishing communication with higher spiritual realms, the purifying state they were all able to reach through the areyto ceremony, would benefit each one of them, allowing them to receive grace, wisdom and joy.
During the prehistoric times, the Archaic Indians traveled in canoes from the Greater Antilles to our coasts, finding a paradise in Puerto Rico. Approximately 2,300 years ago; another progressive group of Indians, known as ignerus, came from South America. They were great sailors, potters and farmers and had roots… Continue reading The Indigenous Borincanos
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.