Symbols - Taino Museum

Moon Goddess. Sale of a cave of the country chieftain Mautiatibuel (son of dawn) or "Lord of the Dawn", which returns to hide, while the sun rises from there. Maquetaurie Guava. Inhalers used by the Taino in the rite of cohoba for inhaling dust hallucinogen during the magical-religious ceremony. Duho…

Taino Symbology

Moon Goddess. Sale of a cave of the country chieftain Mautiatibuel (son of dawn) or “Lord of the Dawn”, which returns to hide, while the sun rises from there. Maquetaurie Guava. Inhalers used by the Taino in the rite of cohoba for inhaling dust hallucinogen during the magical-religious ceremony. Duho…

Taíno - Wikipedia

The Taino society, as described by the chroniclers, was composed of four social classes: the cacique, the nitaínos, the behiques, and the naborias. According to archeological evidence, the Taíno islands were able to support an enormous number of people for approximately 1,500 years.…

Moon Goddess Taino symbol - Worldwide Ancient Symbols

The legend of the moon goddess states that there is a cave of the country chieftain Mautiatibuel (son of dawn) or “Lord of the Dawn.” Both the sun and the moon were born in this cave. It was believed that the moon rises from the cave Mautiatbuel at dusk, only to return when the sun rises. The moon goddess hides in this cave when the sun has ...…

Atabey (goddess) - Wikipedia

Atabey is the supreme goddess of the Taínos (native peoples at the pre-Columbian era), one of two supreme deities in the Taíno religion. She was worshipped as a goddess of fresh water and fertility; she is the female entity who represents the Earth Spirit and the Spirit of all horizontal water, lakes, streams, the sea, and the marine tides. This deity was one of the most important for the ...Children: Yúcahu and Guacar (twins), Guabancex/Juracán…