THE AGE OF THE GODS, OR THE STORY OF THE TWINS
THE PEOPLE OF THE STONE HOUSES

"Now a certain group of people had already built their houses of stone. They were known as the Blue Bird Clan People. The person at the head of this clan was a woman.[86] She had in her keeping the rock with the 12 months and the seasons marked on it. This rock had been given to her; and by it she was able to know the seasons, the months and the days of the year. Having this rock gave her the knowledge of what is beyond the blue sky, what is under the earth, and what is in the air and the water.

First Man spoke to this woman to whom had been given the Calendar Stone. "I shall go now," he said, "but my work is not yet finished. You will hear of me later." He was thinking that later he would form another tribe which would be called the Dîné.

At this time all the people lived in peace; and all the work that First Man had done was good. He told the different peoples to go over the world and to live as each had been directed. Then he left them.

So it came about that people, human beings, went to the mesa country and built their homes in the caves in the cliffs. They grew to a great number. These people knew how to plant and to care for corn. They learned how to build great houses. They had all that they wanted on the earth. There was plenty, and there was no need to travel afar. It was because of this that they built their houses of stone.

At this time they grew in great numbers and they became a very strong people. But many of them practiced black magic; when they left their homes they traveled in the forms of the coyote, the bird, or the wildcat. It was while in these forms that they began to kill each other. Evil grew among them. They planned to kill First Man.

They learned to build ceremonial rooms, round in form and covered, with the entrance in the roof. They made a ventilator shaft to admit air. These round rooms or kivas were their meeting places, their places of prayer, and also, where some practiced black magic. They set a time when they would go into the kivas and hold meetings. This was the plan of First Man, but they did not know it. Now many of these people did not practice black magic; they were good people. These good men gathered together and formed a plan. They ground

[86. Informant's note: Esdzan at' a' was the medicine woman who was his Hopi ancestor. She belonged to the Blue Bird Clan. Her people lived in Blue House. Other people lived across the river. The mesa above the ruin of Blue House is today forbidden country for the Navaho. Ki'ndot liz is the name of Blue House.]

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a lot of chili,[87] and they dried and ground bile from eagles, hawks, mountain sheep, and mountain lions. This they mixed together to use as a poison. When the time came to go into the kivas, they, the good people, threw the mixture into the fire, and their relatives closed the smoke hole outside. The bad people were killed and the good ones remained unharmed. Now when the relatives of the bad people found what had happened they turned against First Man. They said that it had been his plan. "Now kill us," they said, "for we have lost our brothers and sisters." First Man heard them and he sent diseases which killed still more of the wicked ones. After the fourth plague was sent among them almost all who practiced black magic were destroyed.[88] The good people went south and grew their corn in other canyons; but after these evil things passed away many of the good people returned to the mesas to live." (Notes by Alieen O’Bryan 1940’s from Chic Sandoval)

The Gold image is a Cloud clan member the K’ǫs Dine’e of the Haashch’eeyałti’ with 7 feathers, the white Haashch’eeyałti’  with black hair has 8 feathers the Diyįn, the gold also has 13 ’Triangles’ zig zag around the crown ancient Inca “?” of South America, a cloud clan with "7" green minerals - Turquoise is a Dootł’izhii and above is a symbols of wind Niłchłi representing the human as a pure energy the Yeenaałdlooshii sometimes known as ’Skin walkers’ people travel on their own energy

A larger mineral is may be a Sun, 15 is O, is blood ’O" a perfect Asdzani nadleeh a human, 7 feathered Haashch’eeyałtił with red hair as the grandfather of Asdzani nadleeh in the Ha’neełneehee way 

The Diyįn, Deity, God or Two is standing on dark flint knife probably known as Bééshdiłhił Gold or oołaah alphabet O is perfect ooł and add aaah is GOLD even in those days as of today, 

The Gold image is a Cloud clan member the K’ǫs Dine’e of the Haashch’eeyałti’ with 7 feathers, the white Haashch’eeyałti’  with black hair has 8 feathers the Diyįn, the gold also has 13 ’Triangles’ zig zag around the crown ancient Inca “?” of South America, a cloud clan with "7" green minerals - Turquoise is a Dootł’izhii and above is a symbols of wind Niłchłi representing the human as a pure energy the Yeenaałdlooshii sometimes known as ’Skin walkers’ people travel on their own energy

A larger mineral is may be a Sun, 15 is O, is blood ’O" a perfect Asdzani nadleeh a human, 7 feathered Haashch’eeyałtił with red hair as the grandfather of Asdzani nadleeh in the Ha’neełneehee way 

The Diyįn, Deity, God or Two is standing on dark flint knife probably known as Bééshdiłhił Gold or oołaah alphabet O is perfect ooł and add aaah is GOLD even in those days as of today, 

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All the FOUR colored RACE were present in Americas for ages, there are Black, White, Yellow and Blue Snakes, Winds, Clouds people, see them in the sand painted Art knowledge history of the Dine in colors

"New methodologies have provided anumber of important insights into the peopling of the New World.

Molecular genetic studies of the variation of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) in Siberian and Amerindian populations have allowed further inferences to be made about the timing of the colonizations, the number of migrations that reached the New World, and possible regions from which ancestral Native Americans might have originated.

What does the mtDNA genome tell us about the diversity of the original migrations into the Americas?

Many studies have now established that the vast majority of modern Native American haplotypes belong to merely four mtDNA lineages, the haplogroups designated A, B, C and D. When subjected to the methods of phylogenetic analysis, the RFLP haplotypes usually segregate into their respective haplogroups, revealing their integrity as genealogical units (Figure 3). Moreover, ancient Amerindian samples obtained from different locations in the New World reveal the same general pattern of mtDNA diversity. Sequencing studies of the HVS-I region also provide an independent confirmation of four primary mtDNA haplogroups in Native Americans. A comparison of Native Americans, Siberians and Asians reveals that the same mtDNA lineages in all groups share mutations in the control region that are specific to the haplogroups. The simplest explanation is that the control region mutations arose in Asia in the founding mtDNA lineages and were carried to the New World by the ancestral Native Americans. Most of the remaining variants in control region sequences of Native Americans appear to be unique (much like their RFLPs). his suggests that Native American and Asian groups diverged rapidly after the founding New World populations separated from their Asian parental populations.

The geographic and linguistic distribution of haplogroups A-to-D in the Americas also suggests that all four of them were present in the original migration(s). All four haplogroups are observed in populations throughout the Americas and are also found in the three proposed Native American linguistic groups (Amerind, Na-Dene, Eskaleut). However, the original Na-Dene Indians and Eskimo-Aleuts appear to have lacked haplogroup B."

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