The Navajos and the Toltecs with Moon, Sun and Snakes in the ancient and existing ceremonial sand painting, pyramid of the Moon is the second largest in Teotihuacan. The Pyramid of the Moon is located in the northern part of Teotihuacan voices from that location is telling stories may call it Tenan, in Ni’hotł’aah, Nahokaahashtł’ish (surface of the land is mud) (Nahuatl) means "mother or protective stone." The Pyramid of the Moon covers a structure older than the Pyramid of the Sun which existed prior to 200 A. D.
Tenan as suggested is a Nahuatl word assuming that Te (Nahuatl prefix?) is Tse (Diné bizaad prefix) means Rocks, Stones and nan, ná, hiná, Tse hiná would a living rock and Tse diyįn would Rock is holy, (compared word and meaning the spelling are close and sounds)
In 250 years period of pyramids was constructed between from 200 to 450 A.D. This finished the bilateral symmetry of the temple complexes with a slanted structure in front of the staircase which gives access to the Avenue of the Dead (Asdzani nadlleh is death, she he is about darkness, in the evening the yellow line is yiitsoi?), ceremonies that had taken place on top is about the Night way (Man and Female creation) the Changing woman ways as told by Diné? in honor of Chalchiuhtlicue (cha = chahałheeł or cha is low blood crying at night, and Chi is Niłch’i air, breezes, wind and u is o, tli is Tł’ee’ night darkness, and cue is or could be K’ǫs, Tó), the goddess of water and of the moon. This platform and the sculpture found at the pyramid's bottom are thus dedicated to Chalchiuhtlicue.
Diyín dehookah di ła’ Tł’éhonaa’ei beehadiłyaah jini, naanała’ ei Jį́honaa’éi beehadiłyaah jini, aokh t’a’aniih Diné bahane’ hołǫ́ǫ́łah iłį́į́łeh
This has intrigued my skull for long time and I came to grasp with it in the context of Navajo traditional knowledge of creation, this is about the Moon, sun and Snake in the west as Niłch’i at’e, wonįįjį’ yiitsoi jini, Naayizi do’ wónįįjį’ yisch’ił siłįį’
"In designing Teotihuacan (pronounced tay-oh-tee-wah-KAHN), the city’s architects had arranged the major monuments on a north-south axis, with the so-called “Avenue of the Dead” linking the largest structure, the Temple of the Sun, with the Ciudadela, the southeasterly courtyard that housed the Temple of the Plumed Serpent."
"According to Clemency Coggins, a professor emerita of archaeology and art history at Boston University, the ancient city was designed as a physical manifestation of its founders’ creation myth. Not only was Teotihuacán laid out in a measured rectangular grid, but the pattern was oriented to the movement of the sun, which was born there, Coggins pointed ou.t"
100 and 500 A.D, an ancient people built a flourishing metropolis called Teotihuacan on a plateau about 25 miles (40 km) from present-day Mexico City. With its accurately aligned avenues and a huge plaza surrounded by 15 monumental pyramids.