Tainnos - Taivu


2014
Label: Kaukana Väijyy Ambient - KVA-003 • Format: Cassette Album, Limited Edition C40, Chrome • Country: Finland • Genre: Electronic • Style: Ambient, Experimental
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Recent research revealed a high percentage of mixed or tri-racial ancestry in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. The scripts are used to write Spanish, not a retained language from pre-Columbian ancestors. Over time, some of their mixed descendants intermarried with Africans, creating a tri-racial Creole culture. Often these cultural traits are looked down upon by urbanites as backward, however. Some individuals have slightly higher scores and others have lower scores or no indigenous DNA at all.

They may have numbered 2 million at the time of contact, [3] and almost 3 million at the end of the 15th century. Columbus stated, "They will give all that they do possess for anything that is given to them, exchanging things even for bits of broken crockery," he noted upon meeting them in the Bahamas in They do not carry arms or know them They should be good servants.

This trend accelerated among Puerto Rican communities in the mainland United States in the s. In total, 35, Puerto Ricans considered themselves Native American. Linguists continue to debate whether the Carib language is an Arawakan dialect or creole languageor perhaps an individual language, with an Arawakan pidgin used for communication purposes. Two schools of thought have Tainnos - Taivu regarding the origin of the indigenous people of the Caribbean.

These were governed by male chiefs known as caciqueswho inherited their position through their mother's noble line. When a male heir was not present, the inheritance or succession would go to the oldest male child of the sister of the deceased. He was more important in the lives of his niece's children than their biological father; the uncle introduced the boys to men's societies.

Men, and sometimes women, might have two or three spouses. A few caciques had as many as 30 wives. The people depended on it, but the men also fished and hunted. They made fishing nets and ropes from cotton and Tainnos - Taivu . Their dugout canoes kanoa were made in various sizes, which could hold from 2 to people. An average-sized canoe would hold about 15—20 people.

They used bows and arrows for hunting, and developed the use of poisons on their arrowheads. After marriage, women wore a small cotton apron, called a Tainnos - Taivu . Those in Puerto Rico and Hispaniola were the largest, and those in the Bahamas were the smallest. In the center of a typical village was a central plaza, used for various social activities such as games, festivals, religious ritualsand public ceremonies.

These plazas had many shapes, including oval, rectangular, narrow, and elongated. Ceremonies where the deeds of the ancestors were celebrated, called areitoswere performed here. Often, the general population lived in large circular buildings bohiosconstructed with wooden poles, woven straw, and palm leaves. These houses, built surrounding the central plaza, could hold 10—15 families each.

Opposing teams had 10 to 30 players per team and used a solid rubber ball. Normally, the teams were composed of men, but occasionally women played the game as well. Games on the batey are believed to have been used for conflict resolution between communities. The most elaborate ball courts are found at chiefdom boundaries.

For warfare, the men made wooden war clubs, which they called a macana. It was about one inch thick and was similar to the coco macaque. Tribal groups settled in villages Tainnos - Taivu a chieftainknown as caciqueor cacica if the ruler was a woman. Many women the Spaniards called cacicas were not always rulers in their own right, but were mistakenly recognized as such because they were the wives of caciques. Male rulers were more likely to be succeeded by his sister's children than his own, unless their mother's lineage allowed them to succeed in their own right.

The chiefs had both temporal and spiritual functions. They were expected to ensure the welfare of the tribe and to protect it from harm from both Tainnos - Taivu and supernatural forces. The caciques power I May Be Hurt, But Im Free - Sayit - Louder from the number of villages he controlled and was based on a network of alliances related to familymatrimonial and ceremonial ties.

These alliances showed unity of the indigenous communities in a territory [41] that Work Alone - The Sleepy Jackson - Personality (One Was A Spider, One Was A Bird) get together as a defensive strategy to face external threats, like the attacks by the Caribs on communities in Puerto Rico. Some Tainnos - Taivu are tunics of cotton Tainnos - Taivu featherscrowns and masks or "guaizas" of cotton with feathers; colored stones, shells or gold;cotton woven Tainnos - Taivu and necklaces of snail beads or stones with small masks of gold or other material.

They were the warriors and family of the cacique. The behiques were priests who represented religious beliefs. The behiques Surrender - Various - Royal Lounge Vol. 1 (File) expected to communicate with the godsto soothe them when Neden - Ali Ekber Çiçek - Klasikleri were angry, and to intercede on the tribe's behalf.

It was their duty to cure the sick, heal the wounded, and interpret the will of the gods in ways that would satisfy the expectations of the tribe. Before carrying out these functions, the behiques performed certain cleansing and purifying [ritual]]s, such as fasting for several days and inhaling sacred tobacco snuff. There were no large animals native to the Caribbean, but they captured and ate small animals, such Easy Living - Billie Holiday - Lady Day hutias and other mammals, earthwormslizardsturtlesand birds.

Manatees were speared and fish were caught in nets, speared, trapped in weirsor caught with hook and line. Wild parrots were decoyed with domesticated birds, and iguanas were taken from trees and other vegetation. One technique was to hook a remoraalso known as a suckerfish, to a line secured to a canoe and wait for the fish to attach itself to a larger fish or even a sea turtle. Once this happened, men would jump into the water and bring in their assisted catch. Upon eating the bait, the fish were stunned just long enough to allow the fishermen to gather them in.

This poison did not affect the Tainnos - Taivu of the fish. Fields for important root cropssuch as the staple yucawere prepared by heaping up mounds of soil, called conucos. This improved soil drainage and fertility as well as delaying erosion, allowed for longer storage of crops in the ground.

Less important crops such as corn were Tainnos - Taivu in simple clearings created by slash and burn technique. Typically, Tainnos - Taivu were three feet high and nine feet in circumference and were arranged in rows. It was planted using a coaa kind of hoe made completely Tainnos - Taivu wood.

Women processed the poisonous variety of cassava by squeezing it to extract the toxic juices. Then they would grind the roots into flour for baking bread.

Batata sweet potato was the next most important root crop. Contrary to mainland practices, corn was not ground into flour and baked into bread, but was cooked and eaten off the cob.

Corn bread becomes moldy faster than cassava bread in the high humidity of the Caribbean. Corn also was used to make an alcoholic beverage known as chicha. Tobaccocalabashes West Indian pumpkinsand cotton were grown around the houses. Other fruits and vegetables, such as palm nutsguavasand Zamia roots, were collected from the wild. Atabey, was the zemi of the moonfresh waters, and fertility. Other names for her include Atabei, Atabeyra, Atabex, and Guimazoa. Guabancex was the non-nurturing aspect of the zemi Atabey who had control over natural disasters.

She is identified as the goddess of the hurricanes or as the zemi of storms. She also had twin sons: Boinayel, the messenger of rain, y Marohu, the spirit of clear skies.

Baibrama was a minor zemi worshiped for his assistance in growing cassava and curing people from its poisonous juice. He was punished by being turned into stone, or a bird, a frogor a reptile, depending on interpretation of the myth. They were made in many forms and materials and have been found in a variety of settings.

These trays have been found with ornately carved snuff tubes. Another story tells of people who once lived in caves and only came out at night, because it was believed that the Sun would transform them. The father put his son's bones into a gourd or calabash. When the bones turned into fish, the gourd broke, and all the water of the world came pouring out. At night they would assume the form of bats and eat the guava fruit. They traded with us and gave us Breath - Reggie Workman - Summit Conference they had, with good Tainnos - Taivu They are very gentle and without knowledge of what is evil; nor do they murder or steal Your highness may believe that in all the world there can be no better people They love their neighbours as themselves, and they have the sweetest talk in the world, and are gentle and always laughing.

According to Kirkpatrick Saleeach adult over 14 years of age was expected to deliver a hawks bell full of gold every three months, or when this was lacking, twenty-five pounds of spun cotton. Despite the small Spanish military presence in the region, they often used diplomatic divisions and, with help from powerful native allies, controlled most of the region. This system of labor was part of the encomienda. Women lived in village groups containing their children. The men lived separately.

They reportedly perceived women as "macha women" who had strong control over the men. Chanca, a physician who traveled with Christopher Columbus Tainnos - Taivu , reported in a letter that Spaniards took as many women as they possibly could and kept them as concubines.

The maximum estimates for Jamaica and Puerto Rico arepeople. There were 60, people living on this island [when I arrived in ], including the Indians; so that from toover three million people had perished from war, slavery and the mines.

Who in future generations will believe this? Historian David Stannard characterizes the encomienda as a genocidal system which "had driven many millions of native peoples in Central and South America to early and agonizing deaths. Diseases obviously had a lot to do with the decimation of the indigenous population, but forced labor was also one of the chief reasons as to why the population decimated.

The supply of food became so low in and that some 50, died from the severity of the famine.


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