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Navajo And Miao: Ancient Explorers, The Origins of The Swastika

Navajo And Miao: Ancient Explorers, The Origins of The Swastika

Repost from Ancient Explorers. “The Origins of the Swastika. Though Hitler is often credited with the invention of the Swastika, the character is actually an Ancient Symbol Representing 360° of Knowledge. Hitler was immersed in the study of occult traditions and ancient texts, so he probably used this symbol consciously aware of what it represented.” […]

Navajo Indians Southwest: Bury A Child’s Placenta, Tribe’s Reservation

Navajo Indians Southwest: Bury A Child’s Placenta, Tribe’s Reservation

Among the Navajo Indians of the Southwest, it is customary to bury a child’s placenta within the sacred Four Corners of the tribe’s reservation as a binder to ancestral land and people. Many Cultures Revere Placenta, Byproduct of Childbirth Www.Tidesoflife.Com Among the Navajo Indians of the Southwest, it is customary to bury a child’s placenta […]

Native American (Navajo) Traditions – Childbirth

Native American (Navajo) Traditions – Childbirth

Www.Naho.Ca When Being with Child Do’s • Talk with “corn pollen” sprinkled words. • Have ceremonies. • Keep thoughts good. • Say dawn prayers daily. • Keep the peace. Don’ts • Argue with partner or others. • Allow bad thoughts to occupy mind for long periods of time. • Scold children. • Talk negatively or […]