when facing east which part of Changing woman’s body came which clans?
Yádiłhił bitádídį́į́n shł̨́
The beautiful holy Dine Bikeyah, as you journey the beauty of the sun light touches greet your eyes the spatial time my space is immortal I am Diyįn Diné'e nishłį, the faces of nature shines through the land there is creation there is SHINI’ and there was once a homogeneous group of human in their origin and genetically mixed at the rim of emergence, as of today as of yesteryear its dynamic Diné ałtaas ei you hear the echoes of your ancestors, you see the marks (petroglyphs, rock art) on the canyon's walls as well as in the highest of the Mountains, in the underground and grandmas looks and says Ni'bitł'aadęę' hadzis deeł jini she adds Nihichooni' yę́ę́h adaat'į academia flashes 10,000, 15,000, 13,000, 27,000 echoes of Cusco, and rock art painting is made 65,000 years ago and you hears Hataałi sing Sǫ’tsohji Big Star chant suddenly there is such a profound Nation with beautiful geography designed with red sandstones artistic formation, with colorful its holy canyons there is life there is language there is ceremonies happening its so ancient its our ancestors some were Anaasazi your smiles once again is a life of precious holy people so ancient mysterious to some the Xenia FOLKS
Contact with Africa - Clyde Winters
"Based primarily on the appearance of the colossal heads (and the claims of others before him), David Childress, asserts in his book that the Olmecs were, or at least had contact with, black Africans. A theory much like that of Ivan Van Sertima and Clyde Winters. In fact, Van Sertima was pretty much the first to take this theory and run with it. Childress though, starts off his book attacking mainstream archaeologists (ad hominem) for not believing “obvious evidence” of African contact because it disagrees with their preconceptions. Childress doesn’t realize that in dismissing the findings of archaeologists, because mainstream archaeology doesn’t support his theories, he’s done the same thing – that is dismiss obvious evidence.
As mentioned before, the origin for most of Childress’ theories about contact with Africa is the late Ivan Van Sertima, who was most famous for his views claiming that Africans were the basis for all of the world’s civilizations and especially the view that the Olmecs had contact with them. In his view, Africans made a number of journeys to the Americas long before Columbus. To his credit, he was in charge of African Studies at Rutgers, however his views of Africans in Central America and such were never taken very seriously among actual Mesoamerican scholars. It seems that he was probably the pioneer of this theory and probably the loudest voice in the argument for African contact with the Olmecs".
Ni’hodiłhił in ceremonial names are Yoołgai danaa’eeł, Yoołgai sizįni, Táławosh yaagai and there are other name for the beginning it depends on which ceremonial history
Yadiłhił ładooh diłhił naana ładooh éi łichii’
THE FIRST WORLD
"These stories were told to Sandoval, Hastiin Tł'oh tse'iih, by his grandmother, Asdząąh Hashkehii. Her ancestor was Asdząąh at a', the medicine woman who had the Calendar Stone in her keeping. Here are the stories of the Four Worlds that had no sun, and of the Fifth, the world we live in, which some call the Changeable World.
"The First World, Ni'hodiłhił 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 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, 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, De east'da eith.
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 First World was small in size, a floating island in mist or water. On it there grew one tree, a pine tree, which was later brought to the present world for firewood.
Man was not, however, in his present form. The conception was of a male and a female being who were to become man and woman. The creatures of the First World are thought of as the Mist People; they had no definite form, but were to change to men, beasts, birds, and reptiles of this world.
Now on the western side of the First World, in a place that later was to become the Land of Sunset, there appeared the Blue Cloud, and opposite it there appeared the Yellow Cloud. Where they came together First Woman was formed, and with her the yellow corn. This ear of corn was also perfect. With First Woman there came the white shell and the turquoise and the yucca.
First Man stood on the eastern side of the First World. He represented the Dawn and was the Life Giver. First Woman stood opposite in the West. She represented Darkness and Death.
First Man burned a crystal for a fire. The crystal belonged to the male and was the symbol of the mind and of clear seeing. When First Man burned it, it was the mind's awakening. First Woman burned her turquoise for a fire. They saw each other's lights in the distance. When the Black Cloud and the White Cloud rose higher in the sky First Map. set out to find the turquoise light. He went twice without success, and again a third time; then he broke a forked branch from his tree, and, looking through the fork, he marked the place where the light burned. And the fourth time he walked to it and found smoke coming from a home.
"Here is the home I could not find," First Man said.
First Woman answered: "Oh, it is you. I saw you walking around and I wondered why you did not come."
Again the same thing happened when the Blue Cloud and the Yellow Cloud rose higher in the sky. First Woman saw a light and she went out to find it. Three times she was unsuccessful, but the fourth time she saw the smoke and she found the home of First Man.
"I wondered what this thing could be," she said.
"I saw you walking and I wondered why you did not come to me," First Man answered."
[4. Informant's note: The Navaho people have always believed In evolution.
5. Informant's note: Five names were given also to the First World in Its relation to First Woman: White Bead Standing, Yoołgai naaziįni; Turquoise Standing, Dootł'i'zhii'naazįhi; White Bead Floating Place, Yoołgai'danaa' eeł; Turquoise Floating Place, Dootł'i'zhiih dana'eełi; and Yucca Standing, Taławosh yaagai. Yucca represents cleanliness and things ceremonial.
Franciscan Fathers (1912, p. 181): Tse'eełzi' nitteełi, Yucca baccata, wide leaf yucca or Spanish bayonet. The roots of this species furnish a rich lather; the plant is frequently referred to as Talawosh, soap.]"
Ni’hodiłhił is also known as Ni’danaa’eeł, Ni’hałchii’
Tó áhani is one of the original clan, Caucasian Biłaghąąnaah (bi’di’ghąąniih) are Tó áhani, this clan originated out of a Snakes, Snake lives in the water, in the air and on land like human, in the 5th Glittering world when Asdzani Nadleeh re-created Five major group of human, Tó áhani was the 4th clan asdzani nadleeh re-created from the right part of her body and in another way of knowing is iiná, near the water, ocean and ground water
4. Yesniłt’ees is the 4th Lunar Month of the year, Tin ei bijei (ice is its heart) Yikais dahi ei be’ets’os (Milky way horizon) its cold water is frozen, snow is packed forzen hardened, this named Month must have orginated out of ICE AGE and also only apllies to during the winter month of solar calendar is January, stories telling continues, attending ceremonies and learning and or getting initiation to become ceremonial knowledge Practitioner, digging are made with ’Stone Axe’ to smooth polish the digging to prevent wearing down quickly,
5. Atsabiyáásh the 5th month is the new hatched birds chirps, Ayaash, ayaash are the little newborns still naked T’aadadootł’izh, or tłaałibah still naked bluish babies, plus all little new life barely emerging
6. Wóóshch’į́į́d the Niłch’i diłhiłii breezes through the land by lightening, its heart is Bich’ąąh anachiłi, its Feather is Déde niih a Mountain bird canyon birds, Niłch’i diłhiłii scattered nitrogen electro-magnetic vibratory echoes to wake up hernating lifes like Lizards, Tł’iish Snakes, shash Bears, Prarie dogs Dlǫǫ’, and life emerges out of the blood darkness, plants, animals, birds, insects, some women gotten pregnant earlier so they now gives birth but normally its due time in May during t’ąątsoh when leaves gotten bigger, the holy bluish energy gives life like the fall blue haze it is also holy bluish energy, Big horns, Deer, and other life gives birth, life emerges out of the holy blood darkness there is blood in the darkness of hibernation that is shared to emerge new life
New life will sprouts, some in gray colors to mean a new beginning and it turn to different colors as it we go toward the fall, woodpeckers fully grown with colors, bluebirds, cardinals, gray foxes turns blue, red, yellow, T’aadadoo tł’ishiyęęh dei doo tsoh, niłch’i diłhiłii dabiidooł tsoh, out of the blood darkness will sprouting dark purple buds, Tádídį́į́n dootł’izh, Mą’iih dootł’izh dah, then follow by YELLOW flowers, yellow foxes, yellow birds, mariposa lily iiłtsiniih, chąash t’ezhiih with purple flowers, all the dark purple colors "Diłhił" with blood in it and half way or the opposite of Fall
Naayee' / Jaad łaniitsoh
DESTRUCTION OF GREAT CENTIPEDES / Jaad łaniitsoh
"After breakfast the next morning, he started out to kill the Sildilhushytso / Great Centipedes /, and they told him that they lived at a place called Tsehnegleen / Tó aheeh dlįįniih /Water Meeting Place/ on the La Plata River near Farmington where two river meets Navajo Dam place".
"So he went there and found a lot of centipedes who, as they walked, bowed themselves up in the middle, and then could spring a great distance to catch their victims. The largest centipede jumped at Nayenezgani but could not bite through the stone armor, and Naayee'neiszgh2ni seized his stone knife, and cut him into little pieces, and then killed all the rest of them and their little ones except a pair, a male and a female, and these he let go, telling them to behave themselves and never harm anyone. He scalped the largest centipede and went home, where he hung the scalp on the scalp stick, and they held the usual celebration."
Largest Fossil Giant Centipede / more than 10 feet long
Hajíinái kǫ’ ahałin a concept of wormholes image in the scientific world, interesting to compare with Ts’aa’, ts’aa’ is the origin of the world earth