America Before: The Key to Earth’s Lost Civilisation, by Graham Hancock. Native American Indians and the Turquoise Legend. American Indian Articles.
The Amer-Moors - Lost Feather. WOVOKA: The Paiute Messiah. "When the Sun died, I went up to Heaven and saw God and all the people who had died a long time ago.
God told me to come back and tell my people they must be good and love one another, and not fight, or steal or lie. He gave me this dance to give to my people. " With these words, spoken by a Paiute rancher named Wovoka to describe a dream he experienced during a full eclipse on New Year's Day of 1889, the Native American Ghost Dance religion came into being. Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California. Washo Legends (Folklore, Myths, and Traditional Washoe Indian Stories) Indian language American Indian culture American Indians websites This is our collection of links to Washo folktales and traditional stories that can be read online.
We have indexed our American Indian legends section by tribe to make them easier to locate; however, variants on the same story are often told by American Indians from different tribes, especially if those tribes are kinfolk or neighbors to each other. Ishi Speaks. Air Date: Week of March 30, 2001 stream/download this segment as an MP3 file Transcript CURWOOD: Nearly 100 years ago the last hunter-gatherer in the continental United States emerged from the California wilderness, dazed and alone.
He never revealed his real name, so the anthropologists who brought him to San Francisco called him Ishi. In his native language that word simply means, "man. " Ishi died within five years of tuberculosis, but during that time two young anthropologists, Alfred Kroeber and T.T. (Bird song) Achomawi and Atsugewi Tales/Achomawi Myths Index. Sacred Texts Native American California by Roland B.
Dixon JAFL Vol. 22, no. 81, pp. 159-77  and JAFL Vol. 23, no. 85, pp. 283-7 . North American Mounds. North American Mounds Platform Mound A platform mound is any earthwork or mound intended to support a structure or activity.
The indigenous peoples of North America built substructure mounds for well over a thousand years starting in the Archaic period and continuing through the Woodland period. Many different archaeological cultures (Poverty Point culture, Troyville culture, Coles Creek culture, Plaquemine culture and Mississippian culture) of North Americas Eastern Woodlands are specifically well known for using platform mounds as a central aspect of their overarching religious practices and beliefs. 5 Native American Folklore Creatures. In the valley of the ancients : a book of Native American legends ... - Full View. The Tau (or T-shaped) Cross: Hopi-Maya-Egyptian Connections.
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David | theorionzone.com The T-shaped doorway or window appears as a common architectural motif in stone masonry villages all across the Anasazi (ancient Hopi) Southwest. It is found, for instance, at Chaco Canyon in northern New Mexico and Mesa Verde in southwestern Colorado. American Indian Underground Origins. ” The Navajo religious system is intricate.
Like most Amerindian nations, they claim to have come from a subterranean world through caves or vents that connect with this upper world. Theirs is a Mystery Religion based on Drug Cults (Peyotism), on shamanism, and on amuletic songs, dances, design and rituals. An Old Cherokee Tale Of Two Wolves. (Before It's News) One evening an old Cherokee Indian told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people.
He said, ‘My son, the battle is between two ‘wolves’ inside us all. One is Evil. Native American Code Of Ethics. The Native American culture is highly spiritual and places a great emphasis on the respect for Mother Earth, Father Sky, Grandfather Sun and Grandmother Moon as well as all living and non-living objects. 1.
Rise with the sun to pray. Pray alone. Pray often. Juan Matus (don Juan) “Many people on the Earth, who become involved in religion superficially, believe that their ‘religious duty’ is to weep. “Yet, spiritual warriors neither weep, nor complain, nor pity themselves. They see their own defects and — without stopping to fight — get rid of them once and for all! “When we are concerned only with seeking our defects and grieving about our imperfections — we miss the opportunity to perform a really serious work on helping people and developing ourselves. Native American Animal Symbols Of The Zodiac. Land of the Ghost Dance Eagle, the supreme spirit of all flying creatures, wanted to create people. So he sent two children to earth, a boy and a girl. Rainbow Prophecy - Red Race. Red represents the road which we travel to the Spirit World. It represents the Sacred Road we travel during our lifetime. It represents the struggle of a people ruled by their Heart and Feelings about Self and Others.
"At the beginning of this cycle of time, long ago, the Great Spirit came down and He made an appearance and He gathered the peoples of this earth together and He said to the human beings, 'I'm going to send you to four directions and over time I'm going to change you to four colors, but I'm going to give you some teachings and you will call these the Original Teachings and when you come back together with each other you will share these so that you can live and have peace on earth, and a great civilization will come about.' And he said 'During the cycle of time I'm going to give each of you two stone tablets.
When I give you those stone tablets, don't cast those upon the ground. THE NAVAJO CREATION MYTH. The Gods of the Hopi and the dance of the Kachinas. The Hopi live, move, and have their being in religion. Russell FourEagles: The Making of a Healer - Teachings of My Oneida Grandmother (Video) The Warriors of the Rainbow Prophecy. Earthcode: White Buffalo Teachings with Chief Arvol Looking Horse. To everyone who cares for peace..... A Primer on Native American Spirituality: It’s History, Influence & Legacy. Shasta Secrets « Mt Shasta Spirit. Native American Legends (Folklore, Myths, and Traditional Indian Stories) Indigenous languages. Indigenous Cultures and Shamanism. Mythologies of the indigenous peoples of North America.
Coyote and Opossum appear in the stories of a number of tribes. The mythologies of the indigenous peoples of North America comprise many bodies of traditional narratives associated with religion from a mythographical perspective. Indigenous North American belief systems include many sacred narratives. Index.html.