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Ts’aa’ is defined as ’hollowed logarithmic spiral in outward progression’, Ts’aa’ biihooł ts’aa’, łeets’aa’, nahooł ts’aa’, 

​From the center of Ts’aa’ is the umbilical spiral cord origin and clouds rose from four direction, for this reason the Ts’aa’ is not to be turned upside down, its center of the hoghąn where the Fire is at the Kǫ’ yisdząąn - Hájiinái

Haak’ǫs of the Middle East ancient cultural tapestry art Dah iistł’oh haak’ǫs yichįįn, 2 rises and 3 layers is 5 its a human form tapestry


The First World, Ni'hodiłhił, [1] was black as black wool. It had four corners, and over these appeared four clouds. These four clouds contained within themselves the elements of the First World. They were in color, black, white, blue, and yellow.

The Black Cloud represented the Female Being or Substance. For as a child sleeps when being nursed, so life slept in the darkness of the Female Being. The White Cloud represented the Male Being or Substance. He was the Dawn, the Light-Which-Awakens, of the First World.

In the East, at the place where the Black Cloud and the White Cloud met, First Man, Ałtse hastiin[2] was formed; and with him was formed the white corn, perfect in shape, with kernels covering the whole ear. Doohanǫǫt'iniih is the name of this first seed corn,[3] and it is also the name of the place where the Black Cloud and the White Cloud met.

[1. Informant's note: Five names were given to this First World in Its relation to First man. It was called Dark Earth, Ni'hodiłhił; Red Earth, Ni'hałchii'; One Speech, Saad t'aała'i; Floating Land, Ni'danaa' eeł; and One Tree, Nidishchii' ła'i.

Matthews (1897, p. 65): The First World was red. Franciscan Fathers (1912, p. 140): ni' the world or earth; Ni'hodiłhił, the dark or lowest of the underworlds; (p. 111) łaa'iih, one, or first. Franciscan Fathers (1910, p. 81): saad, a word, a language; Saad ła'i, First Speech.

2. Franciscan Fathers (1912, p. 93): Ałtse hastiin, First Man.

3. Informant's note: Where much corn is raised one or two ears are found perfect. These are always kept for seed corn.

Franciscan Fathers (1912, p. 85): Doohanǫǫt'iniih, the name of a full ear, or seed corn.]

The Tódich’ii’niih is one of the original first clan, the mini’ Dine’e are the people that lives in the water, breathes air and fire in their heart, Lightening Thunder people lives in the air, in the water and in the fire that starts fire within the rain

Bik’ǫs haach’ah  ’neck is his crown hat, see his rounded crown with cloud design and his neck connected to his body is Haak’ǫs’ - Viracacha jiní & 3 dots a Trinity of his time  

Center is N-14 is FIRE is Hájíinái the origin a concept is essentially the same, K’ǫs emerges in 45 degree angles, a 3 layers pyramid, 24x’s4 is 96, a Navajo hoghąn concept

Center of Ts’aa’ is Air, Water & Fire 

Diné bits’iis

The body from waist up to the neck is Shits’iis and shitaos a’ are my feet, legs, main body is from umbilical origin to the 7th finger Tsosts’id gone’ dits’id siłįį’ jini, then face, and head be’ets’os the feather at the top of human pyramid , duality of a human the left and right side and its properties, the images has the 3 shapes of square or circular, Each side of the body                                      


K’ǫs ałk’iis tł’in nahalin goh oołyeh, akoh naaneezh t’ezhi k’ǫs asaa’ bitaa’ danaas neł łeh akoh da’ ałzhish K’ǫs Diné’e haak’ǫs goh da’ałzhish łeh adooh Kinyisąąniih do’ t’aah akot’e goh da’ałzhish Zuni and other Pueblos like Acoma are Haak’ǫs diné’e adaat’e and Snake is his communication also his horn a cleft or bidet’ at’e niłch’i  and Snake is the energy of the Sun

K’ǫs Diné’e

K’ǫs Diné’e ei alą́ą́jį’ dahodidees łįį’ jini, jo’ ałąąjį’ agii ei yah K’ǫs Diłhiłii doo K’ǫs łigai Diné’e hasłįį’ jiní, adoo ei yah K’ǫs dootł’izhii doo k’ǫs łitsoi Diné’e naahasdlįį’ jini

K’ǫs K’ǫs

Incas ei K’ǫs Diné’e adaat’e, oolaah Diné’e Jįhonaa’éi ba’ałchíni jini, Incas the Children of the Sun and Peruvian are cloud people, Navajo name is Haak’ǫs

K’ǫs chį́į́n

Created cloud by human in the beginning and throughout the Five Worlds of Diné

Quechua Language

The language of the Incas was the Quichua or Quechua tongue. Originally it was used only in a small area around Cuzco where the Inca dynasty originated, possibly in the tenth or eleventh century. During the next five hundred years, when the Incas succeeded in subduing the native races as far north as Ecuador and as far south as Argentina, they carried the Quechua language with them and insisted in its being learned by the conquered peoples so that it had a wide distribution by the end of the sixteenth century.