Kinyisąąniih do’ K’ǫs diné’e adaat’e

K'ǫs Diné'e adaat'į, ałk'idąą' shadi'aah jį' goh keedahat'įįn nit'ee'

"Locals call the cave Iyacyecuj, or Enchanted Water in Quechua, because of its spiritual importance and its underground rivers."

"Then they created the Spirit of the Sky, Yadiłhił biistįį́n, the Rain and Cloud Spirit, who was dressed like the Earth Spirit except that he had black horns with blue at the ends. He had a head-dress of clouds and on the clouds were all kinds of rain and fog. And in his hand he carried a water jug, and he was wrapped in a black cloud robe. He controls the rain."

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In the 4th Ni’hałgai white world there was White K’ǫs Diné’e and also in the Hózhǫ́ǫ́ji way there were Blue people and blue corn, corn éi Niłch’i oołyeh Náádą́ą́’ wółyeh

When in 1535 the Spanish Conquistadores arrived in Peru, they found willing allies in the Cloud People for their fight against the Incas. 

Spanish texts from the era describe the Cloud People as ferocious fighters who mummified their dead. 

They were eventually wiped out by small pox and other diseases brought by the Europeans. 

The women of the Chachapoya were much prized by the Incas as they were tall and fair skinned. The Chronicler Pedro Cieza de León offers wrote of the Chachapoyas. 

"They are the whitest and most handsome of all the people that I have seen in Indies, and their wives were so beautiful that because of their gentleness, many of them deserved to be the Incas' wives and to also be taken to the Sun Temple."