Saturday, April 16, 2016

White Magnetic Mirror/ White Overtone Dog - Planetary Dog Moon of Manifestation, Day 13

Wright's Indian Art: Wood and Straw Work Cross  by Carlton Gallegos
Wood and straw work wooden cross, Carlton Gallegos, Santa Ana Pueblo, NM.

Santa Ana Pueblo (Eastern Keres: Tamaiya) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Sandoval County, New Mexico, United States. As of the 2000 census, the CDP had a total population of 479. It is part of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Statistical Area. The Pueblo, named Tamaya in the native language, administers a total reservation land of 73,000 acres (295 km2) in the Rio Grande valley and is composed of Native Americans who speak an eastern dialect of the Keresan languages.

Santa Ana people call their Old Pueblo Tamaya. The word "pueblo" comes from the Spanish for "village." It refers both to a certain style of Southwest Indian architecture, characterized by multistory, apartment like buildings made of adobe, and to the people themselves. Rio Grande pueblos are known as eastern Pueblos; Zuni, Hopi, and sometimes Acoma and Laguna are known as western Pueblos.

White historians are wrong about many facts regarding pueblo Indians including the Santa Ana Indian Tribe of New Mexico. The highly advanced Pueblo Indians civilization was the most advanced known Indian civilization of the Americas. They are probably related to the Apache and Navajo who are an admixture of Anishinaabe, other eastern tribes, and Pueblo Indians. These supposed Athabascan people live in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. Apache Indians are closely related to the Navajo, and some even suggest that the most westerly Apaches are in fact Navajo. They claim that the western Apache language is closely related to the language of the Navajo. Since there are Athabascan tribes who have a totemic system, all Athabascan tribes are closely related to the Anishinabek, and all other Algonquian tribes of the eastern United States, where the totemic system was a major part of daily life.  Both the Apache Indians and Navajo, have every reason to claim that the ancient civilized ruins located in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah are the ruins of their ancestors' civilized settlements. Thus, the Apache Indians and the Navajo are closely related to the Pueblo Indians of Arizona and New Mexico. The Apache, Navajo, and Pueblo Indians all have a degree of Anishinaabe blood.

In general, the Pueblo eighteenth century was marked by smallpox epidemics and increased raiding by the Apache, Comanche, and Ute. Occasionally Pueblo Indians fought with the Spanish against the nomadic tribes. The people practiced their religion but more or less in secret. During this time, intermarriage and regular exchange between Hispanic villages and Pueblo Indians created a new New Mexican culture, neither strictly Spanish nor Indian, but rather somewhat of a blend between the two. Santa Anas began buying and cultivating fields at Ranchitos and spent more and more time there into the next century.


Kin 118: White Magnetic Mirror

I unify in order to reflect
Attracting order
I seal the matrix of endlessness
With the magnetic tone of purpose
I am guided by my own power doubled.

Our life and everything we see in the phenomenal world is the articulation of specific cycles of time.*

*Star Traveler's 13 Moon Almanac of Synchronicity, Galactic Research Institute, Law of Time Press, Ashland, Oregon, 2015-2016.

The Sacred Tzolk'in 

Manipura Chakra (Limi Plasma)

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