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Old 4th June 2004, 15:34
unindiotaino unindiotaino is offline
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i heard people sayin' my son and daughter have a taino birth mark its a greenish mark that looks like a bruise but its a birth mark i also have one has anyone heard of this???
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Old 18th November 2010, 12:13
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All people of Mongol and Native American Stock are born with a mark that looks like a bruise on the lower back side . This is known as the "Mongol Spot" As we grow it gets faint until it disappears. This mark is what the old time Jibaros used to call "La mancha de Platano" it showed that you were native to that land. People of Native American descent tend to lose it with more and more mixing. So if your children have it you or their mother may have the Taino blood from more recent ancestors. Congrats.
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Old 27th January 2011, 09:09
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Tainos preferred death over servitude. Big difference.
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