FOUNDATION of Navajo Creation
Fibonacci Number Series
Mathematics of Fibonacci number creation is Tácheeh, its 1 + 1 + 1 = 3 each is called Sadiih its by itself, o, 0+1=1, 1+1=2, 2+1=3, 2+3=5, you add 2 more as door post, that makes it 5, the beginning the creation the Navajo way of knowing
Great holy projects with Nihighaał bee' iiná, the beginning in the making it was the Tacheeh the songs, leadership philosophy and the story of the essential of the sweat lodge the Trinity is Taa', Tacheeh the THREE makes the Tacheeh, Taa'goh t'aałichi'i / great sadii elements of Air, Fire and Water
Interest GROUPS interest in Navajo ways are emerging here and there, Dine Bizaad, Fundamental laws, Cultures groups this is amazing resilences
Haploid type X type is anciently present in the Middle East, Europe, the ancient Basques, and America, so a well known concept migration(s) from the Gobi to Americas and the Europe and Middle East as an ancient culture present beyonce! We were always here and still here!
Tohono O’odham ei K’ǫs Diné’e adaat’e K’ǫs At’eed
Original Navajo Clans are 1. Tó dich’iinįįh 2. Tódi’ǫzhi 3. Hashtł’ishnįįh 4. Tó áhani and 5. Bit’ąąnįįh
CLAN RELATIONSHIP GROUP one
Tódich'ii'nii bitter Water clan is the Original clan originated in the Ni’hodiłhił, when the Earth was blood darkness
Tséikeeheé two Rocks-Sit clan
Tsin sikaadnii clamp Tree clan
Yoo'ó dine'é The Bead People clan
Bįįh bitoodnii Deer Spring clan
T ł'ógi Hairy Ones or Weaver-Zia clan
Tódik'ǫzhi Salt Water clan
Tó baazhni'ázhi Two Who Came To the Water clan
Naakét l' áhi Flat Foot People-Pima clan
Bįįh yáázh dine'é Little Deer People clan
K'aa' dine'é The Arrow People clan
K'aahanaanii The Living Arrow clan
Yoo'ó dine'é Tódich'ii'nii The Bead People of Bitter Water clan
Tácheeh is the fundamental basic architectural structure created and emploed by First Man and came the Hózhooji way of creation with numbers
The layers cloud symbol of 9 that is perfect square 3x3 = 9 and next is 5x5 =25 and these two numbers add up to 34 / 25+9 = 34
"The most famous and beautiful examples of the occurrence of the Fibonacci sequence in nature are found in a variety of trees and flowers, generally asociated with some kind of spiral structure. For instance, leaves on the stem of a flower or a branch of a tree often grow in a helical pattern, spiraling aroung the branch as new leaves form further out. Picture this: You have a branch in your hand. Focus your attention on a given leaf and start counting around and outwards. Count the leaves, and also count the number of turns around the branch, until you return to a position matching the original leaf but further along the branch. Both numbers will be Fibonacci numbers.
For example, for a pear tree there will be 8 leaves and 3 turns. Here are some more examples:
Branches of the Fibonacci Family
You can take a walk in a park and find this pattern on plants and bushes quite easily.
Many flowers offer a beautiful confirmation of the Fibonacci mystique. A daisy has a central core consisting of tiny florets arranged in opposing spirals. There are usually 21 going to the left and 34 to the right. A mountain aster may have 13 spirals to the left and 21 to the right. Sunflowers are the most spectacular example, typically having 55 spirals one way and 89 in the other; or, in the finest varieties, 89 and 144.
Pine cones are also constructed in a spiral fashion, small ones having commonly with 8 spirals one way and 13 the other. The most interesting is the pineapple - built from adjacent hexagons, three kinds of spirals appear in three dimensions. There are 8 to the right, 13 to the left, and 21 vertically - a Fibonacci triple."3 Comments