What is Hataałi? Who is Hataa’? What is Hataał?
Yadiłhił shitaa’ is a normal expression "Dark cosmic blood down is Trinity on top of your head", Shitaa’ Yadiłhił is Shitáá’ means ’I am three’, it also means ’on top of my head’ where there was once a soft spot, "I am Trinity of cosmic blood darkness"? Red and Black are the same color because it has one word Yadiłhił (Ya is dome folded downward, dił éi blood and hił éi spongy like darkness?) Yadiłhił is a Male
What are the Trinity? They are Niłch’i (air, oxygen, energy), Kǫ’ (fire) and Tó (water), these three elements are one and the same thing its a states of matter, Air can evaporate to get hot turn into fire or condensed air to create rain, ancient as well contemporary period Kinyisą́ą́niih have open pottery vase on top of their head with water in it Tóis dząąn (water woman, Kǫ’ yisdząąn (fire woman) and both are Niłch’i at’e (it’s Air) and each one of these elements are used in diagnostic elements contained in the body, a healing medicines so Hataałi is a known things, a known knowledge, what is true, and this is called Hataałi, the Practitioners of these elements are called Hataałi the Trinity Singers or Chanters and usually sit on the Southwest side of the hoghąn the path of Tádidį́į́n, this is the place Hataałii are feed on the pollen path section which is Southwest quarter of a hoghąn, because Pollen is food
Your Father is your Creator so you call him Shitaa’ my, me is Trinity or Shizhe’e (zhe’e what is this syllable or morphology of the unit?)
Nihitaa’ Yadiłhił Nihitaa’
The mask on the right with half yellow is sometimes a moon (eye); in the beginning the blue and yellow clouds rose in the west, where cloud met is where the First Woman was formed, not created! Human was perfected in south America's Andes - and there are cloud symbols, story, origin related to the place ..., count the zig zag corners on the dark crowns of the masks...,
There is a strong connection between the sun and Earth. A rotating molten-iron core in the earth generates a magnetic field that has fluctuated throughout history. The strength of Earth’s magnetic field has been decreasing steadily, at a rate of about 5% per century, since we began measuring it in the mid-1800s.
The sun has an 11-year cycle in which its magnetic field changes dramatically. Especially during the solar maximum, sun spots and solar flares that form eject powerful bursts of matter and energy into the solar system. Earth is surrounded by a bubble of air, reaching 350 miles into space, and within it lies the ionosphere, which GCI monitors at sensor sites. The solar wind interacts with Earth’s magnetic field by flattening the magnetic field on the sunward side and stretching it out on the downwind side, causing a so-called “magnetotail” (see image by NASA). The solar wind varies over periods as short as seconds. When solar blasts, and their associated magnetic field, reach Earth’s magnetosphere, highly energized particles can be extracted from the solar wind into the magnetosphere, producing auroras and causing a geomagnetic storm, which in turn creates magnetic-field variations and affects whatever lies within it.Link