Sand painting of the Navajo ceremonies  some are interchangeable with other ceremonies and some ceremonies can be used together like Na’at’oyeeh and Tł’eeji hataałi are Hataałi, Tł’eeji is the major ceremony but Na’at’oyeeh can be within the Tł’eeji hataałi some aspects of our relationship with the northern tribes blood relatives, related events cause to uses as part of the history >

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Theories on the origin of clans that all major original clans came from the water therefore Tódich’ii’niih Tó ei niłch’i at’e akoh   Tó biłdeeshch’i goh Tódich’ii’niih hasłįį’ jiní 

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Collection of Navajo Studies, Ceremonial sand painting collected by early Scholars on the Navajo reservation, they are usually and mostly from Santa Fe, New Mexico, where it was a State Capitol and Tourist as well as Government center, and it was a pathways to the Navajo later after most have studied easily access cultures like Pueblos, Zuni, Hopi, Acoma, Taos and more

Guide to Chaco canyon, Dinetah, Crow canyon, Cortez, and information sharing with the clients, email:

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The ancient Wind people are the Snakes and the Cloud Dine'e, and the images of Windway are universal see the images. 

The cleft headed Wind people were of all colors. The RED/BLACK wind people as the first to appeared in the Americas, see Navajo sand painted and ancient pre ceramic cotton culture the RECUARY.