Our Eagle Clan Lokono-Arawak Great grandmother who was Christianised and given the name Marian (but who's first childhood name was a Lokono-Arawak one -Shoko Laliwa - which means Little Yellow Butterfly), maintained her traditional animist Lokono-Arawak spirituality, and she smoked hand-rolled Tobacco cigars while praying for her family members, she was also the last member of the nobility to speak our language fluently. We produced a VERY LIMITED (99 units) COLLECTORS ITEM souvenir line of Arawak hand-rolled prayer cigars - sold in professionally made wooden gift boxes with laser engraved clear acrylic covers (of 4 Robusta sized Cigars each) - that are made by another one of her great-grandsons (cousin Brian Serrao). Each box sold will not only have a brief Eagle Clan Arawak family history educational pamphlet inside of it, but ALL of the profits from the sale of our Princess Marian Eagle clan Arawak hand-rolled Prayer Cigars will be used to finance the completion of a documentary about her that we started 4 years ago; and that another one of her great-grandsons - cousin Sean Chandler is helping me to complete.
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