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Navajo - Wikipedia


The Navajo are a Native American people of the Southwestern United States. After the Cherokee, they are the ...

Religion and expressive culture - Navajo - World Culture Encyclopedia


Religious Beliefs. Navajo gods and other supernatural powers are many and varied. Most important among them are a group of anthropomorphic deities, and  ...

Navajo Religion - Meta Religion


Navajo religion. From: http://www.geocities.com/issproject/religion2.html. Most Navajos believe that in the universe there exists an Almighty, a spiritual force that  ...

Independent Lens . MISS NAVAJO . Navajo Culture . Religion | PBS


“Our way of life is our religion, and our teaching. If we are relocated by force, we will die slowly. The people would not be in balance with Mother Earth and Sky ...

Navajo Religion


The Navajo, who call themselves Diné ("The People") are the largest Native American group in North America. Their tales of emergence and migration are ...

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Navajo Culture - Navajo People


Navajo Culture - The Navajo are people very geared toward family life and events ... Navajo Religion – The Sweat House Song · Navajo Religious And Social ...

Navajo Cultural History and Legends


Aside from its ornamental value, turquoise is especially important to the Navajo people because of its religious significance and its representation of a well-being  ...

Navajo Religion | Navajo Code Talkers


Apr 9, 2014 ... The Navajo, or Diné as what they called themselves, have been the biggest group of Native American in North America. Their migration and ...

Navajo Religious And Social Views - Navajo People


Feb 18, 2008 ... The Navajos call themselves Dine' — “the People” — which implies that other humans are “not-people” or are enemy people (anaii dine'e).