Ye’iih and Ye’iitsoh are both Naayee’, Y’e’ the producers or the gene carrier from the ancient pass, binaa’ dootł’izhi gii naayee’ at’e

The story of the Sun and the Moon pyramid creation and the relationship to the pyramids to the Americas, maybe to the world ...,

The mask on the right with half yellow is sometimes a moon (eye); in the beginning the blue and yellow clouds rose in the west, where cloud met is where the First Woman was formed, not created! Human was perfected in south America's Andes - and there are cloud symbols, story, origin related to the place ..., count the zig zag corners on the dark crowns of the masks...,

The red earth as a female part of the body (Right) may be influences by the Ni'hosdzaan (earth) has a 'moon eye'. The Sun (Left) side of the human body, a cobalt dark blue human energy from above with star/crystal - sun eye, life beneficial energy given/feed by the Sun (The Turqouise Boy) (?) and both together formed human, a duality of human body (Inca's and universal Dualism). The Sun as the Turqouise male/Dine - Dene people and the moon as white and yellow color energy, the celestial/terrestial energy of the people..., 

The duality of the human biophysics and ancient Navajo sciences. The yellow is also a female representation. There are several major ceremony that can be a major part in the 'Nightway' knowledge Institute. See also the eyes of the Sun and Moon in the sandpainting...,

According Alfred Yazzie, a contemporary Master in the 9 nights 'Nightway' ceremony and other minor ceremony.

The third yellow world was may be dominated by the "Nashdoitsoh Dine'e" or the "jaguar" people. In the story when the people group into Wolf and Mountain lion society, the Jaguar/Mountain lion became the Farmers for the people ..., the Serpent or Snake people came after the Jaguar but could have been both major world dominating cultures at the time ...

His story of the origin of the 'Nightway' began in the third world which was the yellow world. "iina yitsoii" meaning life has grown, expanded, and continuum; Each major world has three micro-world in it so 3 x 3 is 9 plus the cosmic house at the top - one of the highest form of cosmic reality ...,

The pyramid has nine steps with entrance at the top is the 10th, there is a song about the highest form of cosmic song on the fourth day in the morning and evening. And on the outside on the nineth evening, the Ye'ii' sing their highest form of cosmic tune. (see Grahpic Ye''i 2 video tag) On the 10th morning, the 'Nightway' ceremony is over.

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"Mummies are generally associated with ancient Egypt. But 2,000 years before the Egyptians, the Chinchorro culture was already mummifying its dead."

  The BlueYe'iih

Ye’iih is a SEED, Ye’ is the essence so She’ means "My seed", Shiyéh means "My son in law’s seed, Ayéhe means "in-law’s seed", Ye’ii’s masks are Astro the cosmic men, the Yadiłhił is a downward blood darkness

Tł’eeji hataałi Ye’iih binįį’ adaat’e

Red hair Ye'iih is both ancient contemporary that it even more interesting and learning from the other culturas sites

"Chinchorro mummies is the name given to a group of fishermen who inhabited the coastline of the atacama desert between 7020 and 1500 a. C., From Ilo (Peru) for the north to Antofagasta (Chile) for the south, and they established their core in the current town of arica and in the valley of shrimp."

Chinchorro mummies

The reasons that they argue to explain this type of practice is unclear; however, according to various researchers, would respond to a utilitarian aspect of nomadic peoples, they would need objects for transhumance portable.
Broadly speaking, the system used was very simple: the body was devoid of the skin, muscle tissue and internal organs, including the brain. Then, I was modeling in mud and covered with skin, taking special care to fill the missing parts of skin lost in the process of skinning with pieces of animal skin. The paraphernalia included a mask, which kept carefully the hole mouth and nostrils, in addition to modeling the sexual organs. The Mummy finished included a wig made out of human hair.

Types of mummies

Black mummies
These mummies took place from 5000 to 3000 a. C., Approximately. Funeral preparers clearing the organs of the deceased, completely cleaned his skeleton and then reinforce it with sticks over the bones, which were tied up with embarrilados of plant fiber. Immediately, they remodeled the body with white clay and often drapped with the skin of the same individual or another (such as the sea lion). The head was adorned with a facial mask and a wig of human hair short and black. Finally, they painted the whole body with a patina of manganese oxide, which gave him a bright color and Black-Blue.

Mummies Rojas
These mummies took place from 2500 to 2000 bc made incisions in the stomach, shoulder, groin and ankles to extract the organs and muscles. Immediately, dried and cavities were longitudinal them cops to strengthen the body. The cavities were filled with earth, feathers and clay. The head was adorned with a long black wig that was being held together by a casket of manganese oxide. Finally, they painted the whole body, with the exception of the face, with ferric oxide, staying with a striking red body and a black face.

Mummies wrapped
This kind of mummies was a variant of the mummies rojas, the difference was in that funeral preparers were the skin in the form of bandages. On some occasions, they were used embarrilados of plant fiber all over the body of the deceased.

Apart from the differences in the clothing industry, the mummies rojas and the bandaged have a result more artistic, while black women were more complex in their development. The different types are produced at different times, including in total over a long period of 3.500 years.
The techniques of conservation of the chinchorro, the lack of rainfall and the salts of the desert, contributed to the preservation of the bodies and their artifacts. It is indisputable the care that they put in the decoration of the mummies and in their rituals, because at the end of the mummification process, the body could be revered and held in the community.

One of the conspicuous features of the chinchorro is that many of the corpses are for babies and young children. In addition to a way of showing his love for those who were prematurely, this practice probably came about by the long exposure of this town to an environment with high levels of arsenic, which has led to high rate of infant mortality. To ignore the explanation of this phenomenon, they tried to stop him by preserving the bodies of their loved ones."