Navajo Studies Institute


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Cultural, History & Language

Diné Bahane’

Diné Bahane’ is a story of the Navajo women and Navajo men from the beginning of time in the First blood dark world  Diné Bikeyah Ancient Sites in Texas

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Coming Events

Mini Session on Diné Philosophy

6:00 pm to 7:30 pm Tuesday

Session One

Introduction to basic Navajo Philosophy of the Trinity in the 5th world and the Four cardinal directions in the beginning 

Session Two

Continue on the Diné basic Philosophy includes colors, symbols, Duality of the male female system

Native American Astronomy 

Dr. Anthony F. Aveni on Native Astronomy & Archaeoastronomy  

Astronomy of Many Cultures  

Science Center - Dr. A. F. Aveni  

Archaeoastronomy in Americas

New Navajo Studies information on culture, language and history

Diné College

Diné College located @ Tsaile, Arizona offers courses in Navajo Studies and degrees in Language and Culture areas 

School of Diné Studies

Who are we as Diné related to world wide Heritages

Diné Philosophy

Background Information

Navajo Studies

 Navajo studies is an on online information on valid traditional cultural knowledge of the Navajo society and also provides in through mini-educational session, Consultants in areas of curriculums Development, by Social media , and some contributions to the Dine materials curriculum contents   Navajo Research Associates

Provides inter-disciplinary  information in the areas of Navajo language, archaeology related artifacts, architecture design and meaning, geology and migrations, paleo-human migrations, sciences of anthropology, traditional and modern medicines and therapuetic, color healing, petroglyph, rock art, DNA, Pleistocene

Focus is on the Navajo people’s ancient past and the status of the contemporary period in the post modern world, human rights, international laws

Provides comparative archaeological images with the Navajo cultural images and knowledge such as sand painting symbols, colors, shapes and songs are all valid and has meaning as of today that is passed on from Nihichooni’ yęęh ancient ancestors with established meaning Diné Bikeyah Ancient Sites in Texas

Circle Knowledge

when I divide 360 degree by 5 is 72 so its the heart beat of a human hoghan, hoghan is a female call Hoghan yisdzaan

Acquisition of Navajo Traditional Information 

Circle in the beginning there was Four Direction and it became holy 8 and direction adds on as it progress with growth of

This is a Navajo horizontal wheel for many things that includes Asdzani nadleeh Calendars, Seasons, Equinoxes, Constellational position Quadrant, Human creations

The making of Hataałii, more of the HORIZONTAL WHEEL and VERTICAL WHEEL synchronizes while you singing 26 set of hoghan songs / amazing Navajos hoghan horizontal and vertical wheels is contemporary functional Navajo ART passed on from the ancient calendars like calendar round Mayans, Olmecs, Toltecs

Workshops on explaining and using the Navajo calendar concepts is available

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Navajo Studies Institute, Many Farms, Az. USA

(505) 450-2181



HOURS Monday - Friday: 10:30am - 2:30pm

Saturday - Sunday: Closed

My Blog

I focus on the Navajos history, culture and language, I also compare artifacts with Navajo ceremonial paraphernalia includes languages relationship with the world communities, Thank you 

Diné ways of knowing

I am K’eiłdeesbaa’, and a Tsenahabiłniih clan, my father is Tó aheedlį́į́niih, calendar is Lunar

Diné Bahane’ The Story of the Navajos

Dił - ancient WORD & a VERB creates actions Nihidił Nanideeł, Nihidił naadił, Naniideeł, Diné naadił

Diné Bikeyah & Diné Bizaad

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Diné Bikeyah

Contemporary of the Navajo Nation in a colonial status of jurisdictional conflicting created

Diné Bahane’ Map shown a contemporary Navajo Nation status as a "Nation" fractionated by Outsiders

Pre-Columbia Americas, Athabaskan Diné Dominated and European Invasion

Navajos Economic EMPIRE and their Outposts pre-colonial period


Ancient Navajo security, every entrances into the Navajo territorial Empire was guarded by our own security system called them "Ana'i" Warriors? Diné be' aná'i,

Water Security


The entrance through Santa Ana was guarded by Zia Tł'ógi, Ma̧'iideeshgiishniih Jemez, and Santa Ana Kinłgainiih security so it was hard to go through Tóbaajichį'í Security into the Navajo stronghold, and pathway through Taos into Navajos from the east was guarded by Taos known as Táwosniih, Picuris Bik’ǫs siih, and from the north entrances via Cortez, Colorado was guarded by Utes Nǫ́ǫ́da'i, Shoshne, Ignacio Biinooh utes, another northern entrances was also guarded by Utes plus Kanaabah and from the west security Guards by Havasupai and others Water Guards, from the south was Apaches, Zuni, Acoma, Laguna and Pueblos were stationed along on the outside of side of Rio Grande river on the outside to Guard the water WATER SECURITY, north is the same way as well as the west, Colorado rivers, water, games were protected for Navajo to live on >>>>, Pueblos and Navajos are the same people, Apaches and Navajos are the same people, Zuni and Navajos are the same people, ONE OR THE OTHERS became 'ethnic' groups >>> took on their microways internationally >> studying the origin of the names is a must to have a good appreciations

In order to understand greater Americas Speaking fluent understanding of the Diné bizaad is a must to me so that you already understand Apaches, Pima, Papagos, Yaquis, Incas, some high cordilleras Peruvians, Moche, Tiwanaku Bolivia, Aztec, Nahuatl, Tarahuama, Utes, Lakota and more

How I know is from my people and plus speaking fluent Navajo make me understand them, see a Pueblos selling bread in Crownpoint having coversation with elders Navajos in Navajos called each others Shik'is lol, have enjoyable folks

Hajiinái and Navajo Nation President 

Hajiinái hastoi tsiiyeeł this is a sacred reason TSIIYEEŁ is a must in 2018

Navajo Woman: WANTED for Navajo Nation President in 2022, Seeking Navajo women a fluent SPEAKER of ancestral language Diné bizaad, wear ancient Tsiiyeeł, knowledge of Navajo ceremony, works well with local and international community interesting to know, Thank you

Coming Events

Mini Session on the Prototype traditional origin of Navajo socio-cultural institution and organization as of the past and present Diné

Diné Bikeyah Bahane’

Family of Diné posed in front of a hoghąn with pendleton shawls, old washing machine, front shade

Diné Bahane’

Ya'at'eeh Diné doo Saaniih

kwe’e hane’ ałhidahidzoogoh biłhas ąh, akoh ahehee’ nihaanǫǫyahigii doo t’aanihaana doodaał, nana shi’ ei Kinłichii’niih Diné nishłį

Dóó Ashįįnįįh éi bashechį́ dashishchį́ ei Diné  adaat’e naana Táchii’niih éi da Shicheii dóó Tł’ááshchíłi ei dashi náłi dii bee Diné nishłí   Diné bizaad


No DAPL confrontation with the International Private Military and Corporations


KTNN is a Navajo Station on AM 660 and FM 105.3

KTNN voices of the Navajo people language mixed with English, Amazing so join

Diné bizaad of the Diné Bikeyah KTNN is located in Window Rock, Capital of the Navajo Country Yá’atééh Diné doo Saaniih  Diné bizaad

Colonial History and the Navajos

William Tecumseh and his team

John Collier and the New Deal 1930’s

John Collier

Self-Governing Communities

The bill seeks to consolidate Indian-owned land into tribal or community ownership, while retaining individual use thereof and inheritance rights, but would prohibit sale. It provides for buying additional land, so that, eventually, all Indians desiring it will have some land for their own use. It would permit Indians to organize into self-governing communities under Federal supervision, with extension of responsibility as Indians show capacity for self-rule.

United States Treaties & the Navajos

Treaty of 1849

"When the Navajos were first created, four mountains and four rivers were pointed out to us, inside of which we should live, that was to be our country and was given to use by the First Woman of the Navajo tribe. It was told to us by our forefathers that we were never to move east of the Rio Grande or west of the San Juan River, and I think that our coming here violated the Navajo spiritual law, and has been the cause of so much death among us and our animals. Many of the men here were once very wealthy; now they have nothing. At home, we could grow corn anywhere; here the land is not productive" Barboncito refused to sign Treaty of 1849

The Navajo Roundup!

Prisoners of Wars

Carson completed his first raid by advancing north to Canyon de Chelly on August 20, 1863, from Pueblo Colorado. At Canoncito de los Trigos, he destroyed a ten acre field of corn and fed the corn from another patch to his horses. His force destroyed “large quantities of pumpkins and beans, the latter quite ripe” and carried away “all the grain not previously consumed by them [pack animals] or destroyed by the Command.”[7]

United Nation Declaration of Human Rights

Indian Treaty of 1868 That Says DAPL Is ILLEGAL Permits Natives To Take Up Arms and “Arrest” Any “Bad Men Among the Whites” Who Violate It? Its been over 150 years that we signed the Treaty with the United States of Americas  Read Treaty 1868

Navajo Nation Phoenicians in Americas Water Right Human Rights

Imperialism in the 5th world

Diné yisnaah 1868 - 2018

American Imperial History

General W.T. ShermanWhereas a Treaty was made and concluded at Fort Sumner, in the Territory of New Mexico, on the first day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, by and between Lieutenant General W.T. Sherman and Samuel F. Tappan, Commissioners, on the part of the United States, and Barboncito, Armijo, and other Chiefs and Headmen of the Navajo tribes of Indians, on the part of said Indians, and duly authorized thereto by them, which Treaty is in the words and figures following, to wit:

Articles of a Treaty and Agreement made and entered into at Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on the first day of June, 1868, by and between the United States, represented by its Commissioners, Lieutenant General W.T. Sherman and Colonel Samuel F. Tappan, of the one part, and the Navajo Nation or tribes of Indians, represented by their Chiefs and Headmen, duly authorized and empowered to act for the whole people of said nation or tribe, (the names of said Chiefs and Headmen being hereto subscribed,) of the other part, witness: 1868

American History is a Genocide History as it apply to Hweełdi Experiences!

Navajo County Record8