Dingir is a Sumerian word for God has ties to ancient Altaic, the word Dingir is Dingin Dingih or is it Diné gih, Diné gi’ at’e, Diné bizaad at’ei gi’ at’e?
Ishi, the last of the Yahi (Ye’iih) Indian tribe of the early 1900s, Ishi of the Pacific coast where Bear is the Flag symbol today but Bear represent Tódik̨ǫzhi the Salt Water clan, so Ishi can be ishįį (salt), Ashįįhí is a clan within the Navajo tribe, Yahi and Ye’iih are almost the same spelling, Yahii Yaahii, there must have still exist the Ye’iih tribe of the greater west returning migration
There are Ye’iih rock art in Baja california coast, the Ye’iih Diné’e of the Niłch’iji hataał ei Niłch’i Diyįn Diné’e adaat’e, the coastal Chumash rock art are alike with the Navajos contemporary images of Windway ceremonial sand painted
"The figure of Quetzalcoatl is represented in many different ways according to different epochs and Mesoamerican cultures. He is both represented in his non-human form, as a feathered serpent, with plumage along its body and around the head, as well as in his human form, especially among the Aztecs and in Colonial codices. In his human aspect, he is often depicted in dark color with a red beak, symbolizing Ehecatl, the wind god; and wearing a cut shell as a pendant, symbolizig Venus. In many images he is depicted wearing a plumed headdress and holding a plumed shield."