La Ceiba Sacred Maya Taína, South American, Caribbean TaÍna—Arawak, And African Sacred Millennial Mother tree

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Profesor Alvilda Sophia Anaya-Alegría is a researcher of her meso-American Indigenous and how her Taína ancestry traverse the physics of Light and Space-Time quantum mechanics. She is Interested in geometry, geophysics, astronomy, and being surrounded by the La Mar, in Oceanography.

As an Economic degree major, from Southern University of New Hampshire, 1986, she follows the colonial mathematical impact of how greed destroys our trees and water resources globally; and the cruelty of the Indigenous killings happening today, throughout the world, and continue to do so in the Amazonia in Brasil to this day, to extrapolate these goods. The perpetrators are North American white man owners of Wall Street.

Alvilda is a published writer and professional fine art painter and Installation Artist and Urban Artists in the States, Mexico, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. She has been a scholar professor at Springfield College and Instructor at UMass Amherst, MA.

Her Taína DNA has been confirmed by Ancestry.

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