Navajos in Americas
Ancient Moche image on the right relating to the contemporary Navajo Ye'iih mask with the Moon / Sun eyes also layers of horizontal colors reddish, yellow and bluéblack and this is like Na'at'oyeeh "Hunters and Gathers ways" or the Arrow ways Na’at’oh "oołt’oh" is a key morph, compare the ceremonial colored face painted of the Mocha image is in context with the Navajo ceremonial color knowledge, the meaning of colors and the flat top head is interesting as compare to later cloud a bowl on top a skull of ancient images, the Ye'iih are the universal images known to people around the world as Ishkur can be spelled as ’ishkoh iishkoh but koh colud be K’ǫ́s cloud, so it may be iishkoh or iishtsoh?, Itza is iitsoh \ iizta as Tł’iishtsoh ’i and tza’ as morph, Chen chin, Knaash, Tł'iish is a Snake Serpent and Tł'iishtsoh is a Giant Snake, sand painted as the Mountains, the Cosmos, the Trinity, Snake is the energy of the it is always the closest being to the Sun this is found in most of the Navajo sandpainting of the ancient and contemporary
"The Moche channeled streams flowing down from the Andes into an extensive system of irrigation canals that were used to grow corn (maize), beans, and other crops. This intensive agriculture supported numerous urban centres. Political authority was fragmented, however, with each river valley or string of valley towns and villages having its own royalty and warrior-priesthood. The Moche produced sophisticated craft goods, including mold-made pottery that is among the finest naturalistic sculpture in pre-Columbian Peru. These vessels—fine-quality water jars with characteristic stirrup spouts—bear portrait heads of individuals, animals,"