The Diné

Navajo Studies is about the studies of the Navajo people in general and specific in the areas of the language, cultures and oral historical tradition, and specific topics in various area of the socio-culture institution, authentic language and traditional history of some of the major existing Navajo ceremonies today the Hataałi way is a true way because ee’deetą at’e, beedeet’ąągoh akoh bee’naa’diideeh ei oołyeh hataałi


It's about the contemporary socio-spiritual communal living that is functional culture of the Diné as well as about researching and studies of the great Navajo past history, the history of the Navajo - Chirachura and the Navajo Windway ceremony, the Nightway and its Blessingway, the Male and Female Dziłk’iji Mountain way chants, the prototype Hózhǫ́ǫ́jí Blessing way, the Emergence way, the Eagle way, the Nidaa; and many other ceremonies of the Diné is shared, the Navajos as an ancient americas and the contemporary in Americas and as well as the greater world wide cultural artifacts plus language relationships

Navajo Tradition and Archaeology

It's about comparative studies of the ancient Navajo artifacts, historical, traditional and sciences of cultural anthropology, artifacts of archaeology, the association of  where artifacts images was found like which countries heritages that Navajos may be related

The study of contemporary colonial dominated land status base on recent western origin in Americas, some of these research documents are academia authority information, re-interpretation and authenticate interpretation of the past is a must by Navajo Traditionalists, includes is the ancestry studies of mitochondria DNA, mtDNA, the Y Diné Male chromosomes. their migrations patterns of B haploid and the origin of modern man from Asdząni nadleeh

It's about both the specific and some generalized  ancient prototypal Navajo culture, language, customs, values, ceremonies, knowledge that was passed on from generation to generations since time memorial that means the beginning of time and that continue to this day that we remember our origin that is our basic human rights an old archetypal society

Culture, Language and History

Study the Navajos in the existing Navajo way of life, Navajo way of knowing and maybe in time revive some of the extinct Navajo ceremonies, the beautiful aesthetics songs, poems & poetry Prayers, sand painting that contains Navajo knowledge as much like Egyptian’s hieroglyphs panels, stories, symbols in contemporary usages and it also exist as petroglyphs and Rock Art, and colors includes the meanings, to revitalizes some of the forgotten lost ceremonial knowledge, and continue to encourage to participate and practices what is  left of a true knowledge, encourage Navajo people to learn

It's about the basic language the verb dominant stem system of the Navajo language, the world view through verbs, and children learning abstract knowledge at early age is still being learned such as weaving, making moccasin and buck skin dress with philosophical meaning, being physically healthy IMMORTAL and more

It's about the colorful mathematics of sphere, circle, of square, of triangle, and of cultural color and symbolic language,  ancient meaning of colors and the contemporary symbols that are still in uses, research and to compare ancient traditional symbols associates with archaeological scientific evidences and numbers and with petroglyphs​

Ya'at'eeh Diné doo Saaniih

kwe’e hane’ ałhidahidzoogoh biłhas ąh, akoh ahehee’ nihaanǫǫyahigii doo t’aanihaana doodaał, nana shi’ ei Kinłichii’niih Diné nishłį

Dóó Ashįįnįįh éi bashechį́ dashishchį́ ei Diné  adaat’e naana Táchii’niih éi da Shicheii dóó Tł’ááshchíłi ei dashi náłi dii bee Diné nishłí

Navajo Studies Institute
Navajo studies is an on online information on valid traditional cultural knowledge of the Navajo society and also provides in through mini-educational session, Consultants in areas of curriculums Development, by Social media , and some contributions to the Dine materials curriculum contents 
Provides inter-disciplinary  information in the areas of Navajo language, archaeology related artifacts, architecture design and meaning, geology and migrations, paleo-human migrations, sciences of anthropology, traditional and modern medicines and therapuetic, color healing, petroglyph, rock art, DNA, Pleistocene  
Focus is on the Navajo people’s ancient past and the status of the contemporary period in the post modern world, human rights, international laws 
Provides comparative archaeological images with the Navajo cultural images and 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 established meaning​​​​​​​​

Early Days Learning   
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 and protected his ceremonies, 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

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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 2018 - 2019

Months like 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, Hataał is a sciences ee’deetą́h at’e

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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

Navajo Language and Quora 

​Why is Navajo language important?

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