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Navajo Studies Institute

10452 Napoli pl nw, albuquerque, NM 87114, US

(505) 450-2181


Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

Saturday: By appointment

Sunday: Closed

Navajo Studies Center

Navajo Niłch’ji hataał, Inca & Rock Art

Diné Bahane’

Navajo Studies

Navajo studies is an on online information  on valid traditional cultural knowledge of the Navajo society through a mini-session, through Consultants, by Social media , and some relevant contributions to the Dine materials curriculum contents 

Shares inter-disciplinary researched scientific information in the areas of language, archaeology, architecture, geology, paleo-human migrations, anthropology, medicine, therapuetic, color healing, petroglyph, rock art, DNA, Pleistocene  

Focus on Navajo people’s ancient pass and the status of the contemporary period in the post modern world, human rights, international laws 

Shares comparative archaeological artifacts with the contemporary Navajo cultural images, linguistic studies and functional knowledge such as sand painting symbols, colors, shapes and songs are all valid and has meaning as of today that is passed on from Nihichooni’ yęęh ancient ancestors with establishment meaning​​​​​​​​

Early Days Learning  Navajo Community College

In the studies you will find a figure with Red and Black zig zag design body is Boosh k’iish łichí’í a Navajo Ye'iih Dancer of the Windway performing within the Tł’eeji hataałi the Nightway, this is the only appropriate way to dress when the Nłch'iji hatááłi goh is being held within the Tł'ééjí hatááłi, I learned this when I started dancing for Fred Steven, Fred was a Master Practitioner of several major ceremonies, Charley Benally is another major ceremonial Master Practitioner, Ray Winnie talk me a lot that he is Master in so many Hataałi, Ray I assisted him in Na'at'oyeeh biką' jihatááł, Alfred Yazzie ei Tł’eeji hataałi, assisted him in sand painting, sweat lodge preparation, and fixing Ye'ii's masks and severals others, Frank Harvey, a Master story Teller, Curley Mustache, also a Master story Teller I worked with them for about five years in class and in the field ceremonies which continues as a personal learning to this day, plus Hastiin Begaye II, Curley Mustache is daghaashch’iłii and My father and my mother was my Master Teachers

Events Information

Tł'ééjí hatááłi
Tł'ééjí hatááłi starts on or near Fall Equinox each year in September this is the beginning of a Navajo New Year Lunar calendar in conjunction with one of the oldest major traditional cultural EVENT is the Northern Navajo Fair, the Ghąąjį' is the Equinox marks and divide the season a New Year beginning for the Navajos, Ghąąjį' means HALF WAY up the Cosmic man’s body bighąągodeh, the Fall Ghąąjį’ month begins on the west of a hoghąn, some animals, plants begin their winter life in hibernation, the life in the underground is another way of knowing the world of Ni'hodiłhił and in the spring the life in  hibernations comes to life to the Earth’s surface again, the surface of the Earth is called Ni’ and Dił is a vibrating blood Darkness, a World​ of life exist in the blood (life) darkness and once again emerges out of the blood darkness


Coming events

Diné Yisiniłts’ąą’
Késhjee’ sin éi hei goh ke ninadajił jah goh, enjoy Navajo shoe games songs and happy winter 2017, a prototypal Kee’ is footprint or feet

Evening Sessions 2017
Bii’int’ąątsoh sessions on Navajo subjects of interest on August 21, 2017,  introduction to some basic Navajo Philosophy of origin, the architecture of Tácheeh the basic, the origin of ceremonies, purposes  and development, to heal a person is Hataałi 

Contact information
Provides educational presentation on Navajo subjects in various areas  to  Schools, historical  Society, interest individual a one on one learning and trips to nearby ancient ruins, Navajo ceremonies,  
Peyote Hour

Discussion on Navajo clan origin and development, the Dįįdinatsoi doo niwojį’ doo nik’ei dah, aadooh dił aniidigii naana jiní, the circle base hoghąn is an example the four quadrant
The origin of Navajo language is part of the discussion as an on going topics, some general comparative words with South and Central Americas as well as Chinese, Altaic, Russia, Asia, Mongolian, and more

Kinłichii’niih nishłį́ doo Ashįįniih éi bashishchį́į́n doo Tł’’aashchí’i éi dah shinałi

Cultural Knowledge Sharing

Even session of Navajo Language, History and Culture on August 21, 2017

Tooji Na’akai

Ghąąjį’ shįįh Ye’iih yi’aash wadi nidaakah doołeeł


Amazing ancient and contemporary Navajo  history, shares the world of cultures, the language rooted in ancient people of the world

Diné Bahane’

Ts’aa’ at’e

Ts’aa’ at’e


Ts’aa’ éi biihooł ts’aa’ go’ oołyé doo ałąąnooseeł, akoh shimá aní doo Bi’deedlaadii TS"AA" ayiilaaní doo bi’ deedlaadii éi Tsegha’dinidínįįh yeebighąn oołyé jiní akoh dii hane’ k’egoh wołyeh jiní naaná Hataałi k’ego’ ałdo’ Doobi’deedlaadii ayiilaani, akoh TS’AA’ éi hane’ t’aa’ ałtsoh dayookaał jiní


K’ǫ́s ya’ałnįį’ t’aah dį́į́dę́ę́’ hadahineesą jiní ei ałhidadiniih sąnigii éi ałąądineesą jiní akoh woyadęę’ yoołgai hanįįh są naana wódadęę’ éi yadiłhił ei bił ałhidinįįh są jiní t’aah ei K’ǫ́s diłhiłii doo łigai iiná beehasłį́į́’ jiní

The birth is 9 and becoming a five fingered human on earth is ten so  ten has four layers pyramid and 9 has 3 layers the base is 5 + center is 3 and apex is 1 = 9    GOLDEN RATIO

Diné Navajos

Coming Fall Session on Ts’aa’

Ts’aa’ bąąna’ idikid

What is Ts’aa’? Does it contain total Navajo knowledge? Its in every Traditional ceremonies why?

Story of Navajo Indian

Diné Bahane’

  • Diné Navajos
    Black and white old photos of the Navajo of the last one and half century taken by various western frontier photographers,  the photos bring out the riches of the  1800 and 1900 century culture of the Navajo prior to intense domination by the incoming immigrants and began initiation of forced Europeanization

    In Memory of Our Ancestors

    Columbian MammothPetroglyphs  in San Juan River

    Archaeological and palaeontological context of the Upper Sand Island mammoth site
    "The authentication of two petroglyph depictions of mammoths along Utah’s San Juan River clearly conrms the consensus of Late Pleistocene researcher that Paleoamerican humans lived side by side with now-extinct megafauna in the fossil- and archaeologically-rich region of south-eastern Utah".

Navajo Studies Institute

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S’aa’ is Trinity

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  • Táa’ is 3, there is three main poles that makes up Tácheeh the Trinity, each poles is called Sadiih

Y Chromosomes & Diné

  • Diné are Male
  • ’Y’ this Y chromosomes migrations the studies of ancestry mtdna is interesting, should interesting because of the name DINÉ the question to this name how did the name originated in the context of known existence on Earth so here is the best possible "a species movements in horizontal motion subject to die may not be the appropriate definition and BIKEYAH the footprints morph ’bikee’ path of ancient footprints of ancestor’ on Earth since the origin that we been on Earth "footprint feet from the beginning", "My footprints behind me" how long ago in human history timeline?, and its "Shikee’dęę’ yaagoh" doo "Shikee’ dęę," my footprints from the past are some concepts to know, the story of great migrations due to involuntary or voluntary displacement this gave geographical names like ’shikeyah’ meaning my footprints, and returning to Americas always a name as such "Dinetah" Americas meaning "among the men" or the Men’s mixed place", "tah" is among, with it, and also the origin it say in the beginning Ałtse hastiin hasłįį’ "the first man" the first or Y chromosomes came first then ’Asdzáni’ woman - female, the point here is Y migrations out of and back iinto Americas see South America and Y migrations, and the Y present in the greater Southwest and the Ye’iis are MALE as evidences in Navajo society today, its on the canyon’s walls are male Ye’iis, the story of Ye’iih and the Tł’ééji hataałi ’Night way chant’ came or migrated into Southwest from the South America that Ye’ the Sons of Seed returned, ́ Dinetah is also a Southwestern America, Largo canyon,

    Dinétah is where resources are at like water, wood, animals to eat, re-populated by men "ITS THE MEN’S WORLD"
  • The common story goes "Asdzáni nadleehé DINÉ anayiidlaah jiní" this is a common topics when  listen to a Navajo traditional history, Dii nihahane’ danił̨́, Diné ałtaas éi meaning mixed genes and there are about 770,000 genes in Americas according to ancestry projects
  • “The six Iztacan nations being still pressed upon by their neigbours the Oghuzians [Uigur Turks], Moguls [Mongols], &c. gradually retreated or sent colonies to Japan, and the islands of the Pacific ocean; having discovered America at the peninsula of Alasca [Alaska, a Chinese word], during their navigations, the bulk of the nation came over and spread from Alasca to Anahuac, establishing many states in the west of America, such as Tula [Toltec], Amaquemeca, Tehuajo [Tewa, Tiwa, Tawa], Nabajoa [Navajo], Teopantla, Huehue, and many others."
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    Australia 20,000kya

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  • Black and white photo collections of the indigenous of the post modern world by the immigrants to Northern Hemisphere