Ancient Recuary and Navajo / Chirachura Windway ceremonies of today and of ancient days are still alive and in contemporary being practices by the Diné the Diné biniłch’iji doo Chíshí biniłch’iji hataałi


Below is a contemporary Navajo sand painted and Recuary of South America's pottery vase with communication ears or cleft  both has cactus people design on it

The sand painted and ancient pre-ceramic cotton culture Recuay of the Andes is a healing image in connecting with ancestors and instill information


As Petroglyphs on the canyon walls

Ancient Sumerian, pre-ceramic cotton culture Recuay of South America, middle images and Navajo contemporary sand painting of the Windway ceremony and america's southwest petroglyphs is intriguing


​Ancient Pre-ceramic Recuay culture of South America are similar to the Navajo culture today as of yesteryear with Recuay people, the ancient images of Recuay and Navajo contemporary ceremonial and non ceremonial images are alike despite the authorities of academia and are very distinct as with the Navajos >>

"Recuay, pre-Columbian culture and site near present-day Recuay in the Callejón de Huaylas Valley of the northern highlands of Peru.
Recuay culture dates to the Early Intermediate Period (c. 200 bc–ad 600) and was contemporaneous with the Moche culture of the neighbouring northern coast. Recuay is best known for its distinctive pottery, which features a type of decoration in three colours and a style of modeling in which small figures of men, jaguars, llamas, and other animals are affixed to the vessel. Recuay stone carving is related to that of the Pucará and Tiwanaku cultures."

Niłch’iji Hataałi Navajo Rainbow sand painted

windway, ceremonies, culture

I am introducing the Diné the Diné meaning the male people of the Diné society, the name originated as the Diné emerging through time (species subject to life and death) and theRecuary of the ałk’idąą’ (ancient) South America a pre-ceramic cotton culture,  Nidik’ą’ is a cotton used as water bag so when used as a water bag the bag with water in it éi Nidik’ą’ doo łeeł when put down, the flexibility of woven cotton will freely move to shape itself


I am a member of the Tsé nahabiłniih clan and I am born for Haak'ǫs, ​Haak'ǫs ei Kinyisąąniih oołye Tsoodził shadi'aaji goh keedahat'i also they are an ancient Cloud people (Laguna oołyéh t’aah éi Naatooh sik’i’i wołyéh


An anciently old clans that is our blood relatives were pre ceramic cotton culture of South America (Recuay Re can be He and cu is K’ǫs so its Heek’ǫs, Haak’ǫs the Recuay images are cloud images sometimes and ceremonial related to the Navajos tradition)


Béésh is a Metal and there are Béésh K’ąą’ an metal arrows and there is another word ’Béésh łichii’iih A RED metal its pointed and sharp, and there is well known Béésh ast’ohii its made according to the female lightening bolts, t’oohwiit’o’ mini haa’iiłwo’goh aaron t’oonahwiit’o’ goh hajei yei ghąąh goh hwiił heeh

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