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A better Amazon a better world! Indigenous people are the guardians of the forest. Support community based initiatives, support our work! Watch, share and purchase your @hakhu_women product at www.hakhu.net

Una mejor Amazonía un mejor mundo! Los pueblos originarios somos guardianes de la selva. Apoya iniciativas comunitarias apoyando nuestro trabajo! Mira el vídeo, coparte y pide tu producto de @hakhu_women en www.hakhu.net

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#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Decolonize #AmazonRainForest #SaveTheRainforest #ReclaimYourPower #Originals #9RepeatAllele #Nativos
A better Amazon a better world! Indigenous people are the guardians of the forest. Support community based initiatives, support our work! Watch, share and purchase your @hakhu_women product at www.hakhu.net Una mejor Amazonía un mejor mundo! Los pueblos originarios somos guardianes de la selva. Apoya iniciativas comunitarias apoyando nuestro trabajo! Mira el vídeo, coparte y pide tu producto de @hakhu_women en www.hakhu.net Repost: @ninagualinga #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Decolonize  #AmazonRainForest  #SaveTheRainforest  #ReclaimYourPower  #Originals  #9RepeatAllele  #Nativos 
Mazateco whistling is just one of 281 indigenous languages in Mexico. The whistles reproduce the inflections of the spoken language where a small difference in tone changes the meaning of the words. University teacher of Mazateco Eloy García is a linguist activist fighting to revive the language of his ancestors.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #ReclaimYourPower #Decolonize #Mazateco #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Nativos
Endlessly humbled and amazed by the immense brilliance of indigenous peoples. Our communities are divine beyond comprehension. WOW.
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Mazateco whistling is just one of 281 indigenous languages in Mexico. The whistles reproduce the inflections of the spoken language where a small difference in tone changes the meaning of the words. University teacher of Mazateco Eloy García is a linguist activist fighting to revive the language of his ancestors.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #ReclaimYourPower #Decolonize #Mazateco #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Nativos
Endlessly humbled and amazed by the immense brilliance of indigenous peoples. Our communities are divine beyond comprehension. WOW. #Repost  @indigenousunited Mazateco whistling is just one of 281 indigenous languages in Mexico. The whistles reproduce the inflections of the spoken language where a small difference in tone changes the meaning of the words. University teacher of Mazateco Eloy García is a linguist activist fighting to revive the language of his ancestors. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #ReclaimYourPower  #Decolonize  #Mazateco  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals  #Nativos 
The Cocas are an indigenous people who live on portions of central Jalisco in the vicinity of Guadalajara and western state of Jalisco in Mezcala/Lake Chapala. The Cocas had fought off waves of invaders over the centuries and are still today fighting for their sacred lands from a wave of white American/Canadian retirees that are settling on the south of Mexico.

The Coca people are also part of one of the oldest indigenous groups who lived in what is now the state of Nayarit, Mexico. The ancestral group were the Concheros, who first settled in caves on the Pacific coast of Nayarit, and made houses out of sea shells.

They later became known in the passing years as the shaft tomb culture, because of cylindrical tombs spread throughout Nayarit and Jalisco, spreading down the west side of Mezcala/Lake Chapala all the way to Colima, Mexico.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #FirstNations #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Decolonize #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Cocas #Mezcala #Jalisco
The Cocas are an indigenous people who live on portions of central Jalisco in the vicinity of Guadalajara and western state of Jalisco in Mezcala/Lake Chapala. The Cocas had fought off waves of invaders over the centuries and are still today fighting for their sacred lands from a wave of white American/Canadian retirees that are settling on the south of Mexico. The Coca people are also part of one of the oldest indigenous groups who lived in what is now the state of Nayarit, Mexico. The ancestral group were the Concheros, who first settled in caves on the Pacific coast of Nayarit, and made houses out of sea shells. They later became known in the passing years as the shaft tomb culture, because of cylindrical tombs spread throughout Nayarit and Jalisco, spreading down the west side of Mezcala/Lake Chapala all the way to Colima, Mexico. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #FirstNations  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Decolonize  #ReclaimYourPower  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals  #Cocas  #Mezcala  #Jalisco 
Via  @resistenciatenochtitlan - Many Mexicans believe that beneath each Catholic church there are ruins of a pre-Hispanic temple dedicated to an ancient deity.
But is this true? You will be surprised to know that, in most cases, it is, especially in the case of very old churches.
The Spanish urge to convert the natives to Christianity, and not being able to do so with the expected effectiveness, made them choose to tear down the old temples, to build churches and chapels.

In this way, the natives continued to go to the same place to perform their penances and prayers, although moved by faith in their ancient deities.
Over time, however, children educated in Catholic churches lost all ties to the deities of their ancestors and thus, living daily with the Catholic religion, and since the Church had prohibited any ritual that recalled the ancient native traditions, the new generations had no choice but to practice the imposed religion.
As a clue to know what temple you are in, look in your state for the most visited churches and investigate what is the ethnic group that lives near it and what was the most adored deity before the arrival of Europeans.

Maybe you find that the Catholic temple in front of us usurps a site that was previously dedicated to another deity. Then I tell you the story of five native deities and the figures of the Catholic tradition that supplanted them.

To read the full article follow us on Facebook as Tenochtitlan Resistance (@resistenciatenochtitlan )
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#Mexika #Tenochtitlan #Texcoco #MesoAmerica #PrayersUp #Nativo #Cultura #Chichimec #IndigenousCulture #NativePride #Decolonize #ReclaimYourCulture #Huitzilopochtli #Coyolxauhqui #Coatlicue #Tlaloc #Centeotl #9repeatallele #Anahuac
Via @resistenciatenochtitlan - Many Mexicans believe that beneath each Catholic church there are ruins of a pre-Hispanic temple dedicated to an ancient deity. But is this true? You will be surprised to know that, in most cases, it is, especially in the case of very old churches. The Spanish urge to convert the natives to Christianity, and not being able to do so with the expected effectiveness, made them choose to tear down the old temples, to build churches and chapels. In this way, the natives continued to go to the same place to perform their penances and prayers, although moved by faith in their ancient deities. Over time, however, children educated in Catholic churches lost all ties to the deities of their ancestors and thus, living daily with the Catholic religion, and since the Church had prohibited any ritual that recalled the ancient native traditions, the new generations had no choice but to practice the imposed religion. As a clue to know what temple you are in, look in your state for the most visited churches and investigate what is the ethnic group that lives near it and what was the most adored deity before the arrival of Europeans. Maybe you find that the Catholic temple in front of us usurps a site that was previously dedicated to another deity. Then I tell you the story of five native deities and the figures of the Catholic tradition that supplanted them. To read the full article follow us on Facebook as Tenochtitlan Resistance (@resistenciatenochtitlan ) : : #Mexika  #Tenochtitlan  #Texcoco  #MesoAmerica  #PrayersUp  #Nativo  #Cultura  #Chichimec  #IndigenousCulture  #NativePride  #Decolonize  #ReclaimYourCulture  #Huitzilopochtli  #Coyolxauhqui  #Coatlicue  #Tlaloc  #Centeotl  #9repeatallele  #Anahuac 
Photographer: @diegohuertaphoto

The Mixes from Sierra Norte, Oaxaca. The never conquered. From the arrival of the Spaniards to Mexico, they tried to conquer the Mixed peoples again and again, they could never achieve their goal. That is why the Mixe people are known as those never conquered.

Desde la llegada de los Españoles a México, trataron de conquitsar a los pueblos Mixes una y otra vez, nunca pudieron lograr su cometido. Es por eso que al pueblo Mixe se le conoce como los nunca conquistados.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Mixes #Oaxaca #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #Nativos #Originals
Photographer: @diegohuertaphoto The Mixes from Sierra Norte, Oaxaca. The never conquered. From the arrival of the Spaniards to Mexico, they tried to conquer the Mixed peoples again and again, they could never achieve their goal. That is why the Mixe people are known as those never conquered. Desde la llegada de los Españoles a México, trataron de conquitsar a los pueblos Mixes una y otra vez, nunca pudieron lograr su cometido. Es por eso que al pueblo Mixe se le conoce como los nunca conquistados. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Mixes  #Oaxaca  #ReclaimYourPower  #9RepeatAllele  #Nativos  #Originals 
Via  @resistenciatenochtitlan - Many Mexicans believe that beneath each Catholic church there are ruins of a pre-Hispanic temple dedicated to an ancient deity.
But is this true? You will be surprised to know that, in most cases, it is, especially in the case of very old churches.
The Spanish urge to convert the natives to Christianity, and not being able to do so with the expected effectiveness, made them choose to tear down the old temples, to build churches and chapels.

In this way, the natives continued to go to the same place to perform their penances and prayers, although moved by faith in their ancient deities.
Over time, however, children educated in Catholic churches lost all ties to the deities of their ancestors and thus, living daily with the Catholic religion, and since the Church had prohibited any ritual that recalled the ancient native traditions, the new generations had no choice but to practice the imposed religion.
As a clue to know what temple you are in, look in your state for the most visited churches and investigate what is the ethnic group that lives near it and what was the most adored deity before the arrival of Europeans.

Maybe you find that the Catholic temple in front of us usurps a site that was previously dedicated to another deity. Then I tell you the story of five native deities and the figures of the Catholic tradition that supplanted them.

To read the full article follow us on Facebook as Tenochtitlan Resistance (@resistenciatenochtitlan )
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#Mexika #Tenochtitlan #Texcoco #MesoAmerica #PrayersUp #Nativo #Cultura #Chichimec #IndigenousCulture #NativePride #Decolonize #ReclaimYourCulture #Huitzilopochtli #Coyolxauhqui #Coatlicue #Tlaloc #Centeotl #9repeatallele #Anahuac
Via @resistenciatenochtitlan - Many Mexicans believe that beneath each Catholic church there are ruins of a pre-Hispanic temple dedicated to an ancient deity. But is this true? You will be surprised to know that, in most cases, it is, especially in the case of very old churches. The Spanish urge to convert the natives to Christianity, and not being able to do so with the expected effectiveness, made them choose to tear down the old temples, to build churches and chapels. In this way, the natives continued to go to the same place to perform their penances and prayers, although moved by faith in their ancient deities. Over time, however, children educated in Catholic churches lost all ties to the deities of their ancestors and thus, living daily with the Catholic religion, and since the Church had prohibited any ritual that recalled the ancient native traditions, the new generations had no choice but to practice the imposed religion. As a clue to know what temple you are in, look in your state for the most visited churches and investigate what is the ethnic group that lives near it and what was the most adored deity before the arrival of Europeans. Maybe you find that the Catholic temple in front of us usurps a site that was previously dedicated to another deity. Then I tell you the story of five native deities and the figures of the Catholic tradition that supplanted them. To read the full article follow us on Facebook as Tenochtitlan Resistance (@resistenciatenochtitlan ) : : #Mexika  #Tenochtitlan  #Texcoco  #MesoAmerica  #PrayersUp  #Nativo  #Cultura  #Chichimec  #IndigenousCulture  #NativePride  #Decolonize  #ReclaimYourCulture  #Huitzilopochtli  #Coyolxauhqui  #Coatlicue  #Tlaloc  #Centeotl  #9repeatallele  #Anahuac 
@kay_force -  Keep them prayers strong Anawak. 
Mixtape art by @juncocanche
Track was mixed by @infnitmind
Verse by @nativejaguar
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#Jaguar #Decolonize #Cemanahuac 
#ChicanoRap #RealHipHop #StreetArt #Poetry #Tiahui #9repeatallele #Anahuac #NativePride #NDN #RedRoad #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth #NotYourMascot #IndigenousResistance
@kay_force - Keep them prayers strong Anawak. Mixtape art by @juncocanche Track was mixed by @infnitmind Verse by @nativejaguar . . Link to full mix tape in @kay_force Bio Link to full mix tape in @kay_force Bio Link to full mix tape in @kay_force Bio Link to full mix tape in @kay_force Bio . . . . Go follow @kay_force Go follow @nativejaguar Go follow @b.threat . . #Jaguar  #Decolonize  #Cemanahuac  #ChicanoRap  #RealHipHop  #StreetArt  #Poetry  #Tiahui  #9repeatallele  #Anahuac  #NativePride  #NDN  #RedRoad  #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth  #NotYourMascot  #IndigenousResistance 
Via @resistenciatenochtitlan
・・・follow @resistenciatenochtitlan ¿SABÍAS QUE?
El nahuatl es uno de los idiomas más antiguos en México, actualmente y a pesar de que que el idioma dominante es el español, aún se utilizan palabras en nahuatl. :
It is important we keep our culture and our Native  languages thriving. Turtle island is home to many native speaking brothers and sisters... learn your native language🌵
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#Mexico #Nahuatl #Mexica #Cultural #Cultura #NativePride #IndigenousCulture #Nativo #Anahuac #Decolonize #9repeatallele #ReclaimYourCulture #AmericanIndian #MesoAmerica
Via @resistenciatenochtitlan ・・・follow @resistenciatenochtitlan ¿SABÍAS QUE? El nahuatl es uno de los idiomas más antiguos en México, actualmente y a pesar de que que el idioma dominante es el español, aún se utilizan palabras en nahuatl. : It is important we keep our culture and our Native languages thriving. Turtle island is home to many native speaking brothers and sisters... learn your native language🌵 : : : #Mexico  #Nahuatl  #Mexica  #Cultural  #Cultura  #NativePride  #IndigenousCulture  #Nativo  #Anahuac  #Decolonize  #9repeatallele  #ReclaimYourCulture  #AmericanIndian  #MesoAmerica 
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The Cocas are an indigenous people who live on portions of central Jalisco in the vicinity of Guadalajara and western state of Jalisco in Mezcala/Lake Chapala. The Cocas had fought off waves of invaders over the centuries and are still today fighting for their sacred lands from a wave of white American/Canadian retirees that are settling on the south of Mexico.

The Coca people are also part of one of the oldest indigenous groups who lived in what is now the state of Nayarit, Mexico. The ancestral group were the Concheros, who first settled in caves on the Pacific coast of Nayarit, and made houses out of sea shells.

They later became known in the passing years as the shaft tomb culture, because of cylindrical tombs spread throughout Nayarit and Jalisco, spreading down the west side of Mezcala/Lake Chapala all the way to Colima, Mexico.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #FirstNations #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Decolonize #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Cocas #Mezcala #Jalisco
#Repost  @indigenousunited ・・・ The Cocas are an indigenous people who live on portions of central Jalisco in the vicinity of Guadalajara and western state of Jalisco in Mezcala/Lake Chapala. The Cocas had fought off waves of invaders over the centuries and are still today fighting for their sacred lands from a wave of white American/Canadian retirees that are settling on the south of Mexico. The Coca people are also part of one of the oldest indigenous groups who lived in what is now the state of Nayarit, Mexico. The ancestral group were the Concheros, who first settled in caves on the Pacific coast of Nayarit, and made houses out of sea shells. They later became known in the passing years as the shaft tomb culture, because of cylindrical tombs spread throughout Nayarit and Jalisco, spreading down the west side of Mezcala/Lake Chapala all the way to Colima, Mexico. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #FirstNations  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Decolonize  #ReclaimYourPower  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals  #Cocas  #Mezcala  #Jalisco 
Photographer: @diegohuertaphoto

The Mixes from Sierra Norte, Oaxaca. The never conquered. From the arrival of the Spaniards to Mexico, they tried to conquer the Mixed peoples again and again, they could never achieve their goal. That is why the Mixe people are known as those never conquered.

Desde la llegada de los Españoles a México, trataron de conquitsar a los pueblos Mixes una y otra vez, nunca pudieron lograr su cometido. Es por eso que al pueblo Mixe se le conoce como los nunca conquistados.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Mixes #Oaxaca #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #Nativos #Originals
Photographer: @diegohuertaphoto The Mixes from Sierra Norte, Oaxaca. The never conquered. From the arrival of the Spaniards to Mexico, they tried to conquer the Mixed peoples again and again, they could never achieve their goal. That is why the Mixe people are known as those never conquered. Desde la llegada de los Españoles a México, trataron de conquitsar a los pueblos Mixes una y otra vez, nunca pudieron lograr su cometido. Es por eso que al pueblo Mixe se le conoce como los nunca conquistados. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Mixes  #Oaxaca  #ReclaimYourPower  #9RepeatAllele  #Nativos  #Originals 
The Cocas are an indigenous people who live on portions of central Jalisco in the vicinity of Guadalajara and western state of Jalisco in Mezcala/Lake Chapala. The Cocas had fought off waves of invaders over the centuries and are still today fighting for their sacred lands from a wave of white American/Canadian retirees that are settling on the south of Mexico.

The Coca people are also part of one of the oldest indigenous groups who lived in what is now the state of Nayarit, Mexico. The ancestral group were the Concheros, who first settled in caves on the Pacific coast of Nayarit, and made houses out of sea shells.

They later became known in the passing years as the shaft tomb culture, because of cylindrical tombs spread throughout Nayarit and Jalisco, spreading down the west side of Mezcala/Lake Chapala all the way to Colima, Mexico.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #FirstNations #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Decolonize #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Cocas #Mezcala #Jalisco
The Cocas are an indigenous people who live on portions of central Jalisco in the vicinity of Guadalajara and western state of Jalisco in Mezcala/Lake Chapala. The Cocas had fought off waves of invaders over the centuries and are still today fighting for their sacred lands from a wave of white American/Canadian retirees that are settling on the south of Mexico. The Coca people are also part of one of the oldest indigenous groups who lived in what is now the state of Nayarit, Mexico. The ancestral group were the Concheros, who first settled in caves on the Pacific coast of Nayarit, and made houses out of sea shells. They later became known in the passing years as the shaft tomb culture, because of cylindrical tombs spread throughout Nayarit and Jalisco, spreading down the west side of Mezcala/Lake Chapala all the way to Colima, Mexico. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #FirstNations  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Decolonize  #ReclaimYourPower  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals  #Cocas  #Mezcala  #Jalisco 
Keep them prayers strong Anawak. 
Mixtape art by @juncocanche
Track was mixed by @infnitmind
#Jaguar #Decolonize #Cemanahuac 
#ChicanoRap #RealHipHop #StreetArt #Poetry #Tiahui #9repeatallele #Anahuac #NativePride #NDN #RedRoad #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth #NotYourMascot #IndigenousResistance
The Maya sacred calendar is called Tzolk’in in Yucatec Mayan and Chol Q’ij in K’iche’ Mayan. This calendar is not divided into months. Instead, it is made from a succession of 20 day glyphs in combination with the numbers 1 to 13, and produces 260 unique days. Multiplying 20 x 13 equals 260 days. This image illustrates how the numbers 1 to 13, cycle through the 20 glyphs to form dates in the Tzolk’in calendar. Any such combination, such as 1 Imix’, repeats only after 260 days have passed. The length of the Tzolk’in matches nine cycles of the Moon and the gestational period of humans. The Tzolk’in is also related to the movements of the zenith Sun and the growing cycle of corn. #maya #mayas #olmec #olmecs #aztec #aztecs #indigenous #indigenouspeople #indigenouspride #native #nativeamerican #nativepride #guatemala #yucatan #honduras #salvador #coppercolored #9repeatallele
The Maya sacred calendar is called Tzolk’in in Yucatec Mayan and Chol Q’ij in K’iche’ Mayan. This calendar is not divided into months. Instead, it is made from a succession of 20 day glyphs in combination with the numbers 1 to 13, and produces 260 unique days. Multiplying 20 x 13 equals 260 days. This image illustrates how the numbers 1 to 13, cycle through the 20 glyphs to form dates in the Tzolk’in calendar. Any such combination, such as 1 Imix’, repeats only after 260 days have passed. The length of the Tzolk’in matches nine cycles of the Moon and the gestational period of humans. The Tzolk’in is also related to the movements of the zenith Sun and the growing cycle of corn. #maya  #mayas  #olmec  #olmecs  #aztec  #aztecs  #indigenous  #indigenouspeople  #indigenouspride  #native  #nativeamerican  #nativepride  #guatemala  #yucatan  #honduras  #salvador  #coppercolored  #9repeatallele 
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Shout out to all the grandmas! The real MVP's.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #FirstNations #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #9RepeatAllele #Nativos #Originals #Decolonize
The Pipils or Cuzcatlecs are an indigenous people who live in western of El Salvador, which they call Cuzcatlan. Which means "The place of jewels" in nahuatl. Their language is called Nawat/Nahuat/Nahuatl or Pipil.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #FirstNations #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Decolonize #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Pipil #Nawat #Cuzcatlan #Nahautl
repost via @instarepost20 from @indigenousunited Everyone check out my brother @nativejaguar (Jag-War) and @b.threat (BombThreat) new music video/track "Takin' Heads" -Kozmik Force @kay_force on YouTube. Support Native Artists!

Click the link on the bio to watch their full video.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #FirstNations #SupportNativeArtists #SupportIndigenousArtists #PanIndigenous #United #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Decolonize #ReclaimYourPower #Originals #9RepeatAllele
repost via @instarepost20 from @indigenousunited Everyone check out my brother @nativejaguar (Jag-War) and @b.threat (BombThreat) new music video/track "Takin' Heads" -Kozmik Force @kay_force on YouTube. Support Native Artists! Click the link on the bio to watch their full video. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #FirstNations  #SupportNativeArtists  #SupportIndigenousArtists  #PanIndigenous  #United  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Decolonize  #ReclaimYourPower  #Originals  #9RepeatAllele 
I seen you look into the darkness but you didn't know it looked back -
@sugarwolf101 
#native #Thepeople #coppercolored #indigenous #warrior #wolf #ndn #9repeatallele
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from @decolonize_revolutionary -  Q'umarkaj, atz achi k'ak' Maya Aj Cuauhtēmallān.. K'iche' kingdom, modern Guatemala brothers Maya Aj.. Reyno K'iche', hermanos modernos Maya Aj Guatemala
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#Indigena #Decolonize #AmericanIndian #Mayan  #Guatemala #Kiche #Quiché #CuauhteMallan #Cemanahuac #9RepeatAllele #IndigenousCulture #NativeCulture #Nativo #ReclaimYourCulture #Anahuac #Aboriginal #Indigenous
The National Indigenous Congress (Congreso Nacional Indigena) was constituted on October 12, 1996, as the home of all indigenous peoples, a space where originary peoples can find shared thought and solidarity to strengthen their struggles of resistance and rebellion, with their own forms of organization, representation and decision-making. It is the house of the indigenous peoples, tribes and nations we are, speaking Amuzgo, Binnizá, Chinanteco, Chol, Chontal of Oaxaca, Chontal of Tabasco, Coca, Náyeri, Comcac, Cuicateco, Kumiai, Lacandón, Matlazinca, Maya, Mayo, Mazahua, Mazateco, Mixe, Mixteco, Nahua, Ñahñu, Ñathô, Popoluca, Purépecha, Rarámuri, Tepehua, Tepehuano, Tlapaneco, Tojolabal, Totonaco, Triqui, Tzeltal, Tzotzil, Wixárika, Tohono Oódham, Mame, Tlahuica, Guarijío, Sayulteco, Yaqui, Zoque, Zapotec and etc.

The revolution will be indigenized.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #CongresoNacionalIndigena #NationalIndigenousCongress #EZLN #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Nativos #Decolonize
The National Indigenous Congress (Congreso Nacional Indigena) was constituted on October 12, 1996, as the home of all indigenous peoples, a space where originary peoples can find shared thought and solidarity to strengthen their struggles of resistance and rebellion, with their own forms of organization, representation and decision-making. It is the house of the indigenous peoples, tribes and nations we are, speaking Amuzgo, Binnizá, Chinanteco, Chol, Chontal of Oaxaca, Chontal of Tabasco, Coca, Náyeri, Comcac, Cuicateco, Kumiai, Lacandón, Matlazinca, Maya, Mayo, Mazahua, Mazateco, Mixe, Mixteco, Nahua, Ñahñu, Ñathô, Popoluca, Purépecha, Rarámuri, Tepehua, Tepehuano, Tlapaneco, Tojolabal, Totonaco, Triqui, Tzeltal, Tzotzil, Wixárika, Tohono Oódham, Mame, Tlahuica, Guarijío, Sayulteco, Yaqui, Zoque, Zapotec and etc. The revolution will be indigenized. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #CongresoNacionalIndigena  #NationalIndigenousCongress  #EZLN  #ReclaimYourPower  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals  #Nativos  #Decolonize 
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Today the people of the Caribbean are newcomers. New cultures have been shaped by people drawn from Africa, Europe and America, but there were people here before who called these islands home for 2000 years. This is their story the forgotten story of the Taino and their world of blue water tropical islands and the creatures of the Caribbean. The Taino first came to these islands two and a half thousand years ago. Their homeland was across the sea to the south in the vast forests of South America.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #FirstNations #Taino #ReclaimYourPower #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Decolonize #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Nativos #StillHere
Repost: @tlaloc503 Today the people of the Caribbean are newcomers. New cultures have been shaped by people drawn from Africa, Europe and America, but there were people here before who called these islands home for 2000 years. This is their story the forgotten story of the Taino and their world of blue water tropical islands and the creatures of the Caribbean. The Taino first came to these islands two and a half thousand years ago. Their homeland was across the sea to the south in the vast forests of South America. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #FirstNations  #Taino  #ReclaimYourPower  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Decolonize  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals  #Nativos  #StillHere 
💓🙏💓@Regranned from @indigenousunited -  Mazateco whistling is just one of 281 indigenous languages in Mexico. The whistles reproduce the inflections of the spoken language where a small difference in tone changes the meaning of the words. University teacher of Mazateco Eloy García is a linguist activist fighting to revive the language of his ancestors.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #ReclaimYourPower #Decolonize #Mazateco #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Nativos - #regrann
💓🙏💓@Regranned from @indigenousunited - Mazateco whistling is just one of 281 indigenous languages in Mexico. The whistles reproduce the inflections of the spoken language where a small difference in tone changes the meaning of the words. University teacher of Mazateco Eloy García is a linguist activist fighting to revive the language of his ancestors. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #ReclaimYourPower  #Decolonize  #Mazateco  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals  #Nativos  - #regrann 
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Dare to rise and dare to dream. @nike #Equality #Niken7 : Shout out to all these amazing talented ambassadors who participated in this video.

Indigenous People Rising!

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Granny snaggles knows what it is. When the truth is presented but you're still in denial 😂 #nativeamerican timelines don't match 😴#papergenocide #aboriginalartist #indigenousnegroe #9repeatallele neanderthals #africanamericansaintafrican #blackfoot #caribs #westpapuaguinea #freepapuaguinea #choctaw #washitaw #vegan #vegeterian #negroesbeforecolumbus #westINDIAN #taino #featheredserpents #aborigamerec #asianslavesincolonialmexico
Itzam-Yeh’s analog in the Popol Vuh, following the great flood and the destruction of the early experiments at making humanity. It’s the last event to take place in the creation sky( at sunset ) before the resurrection of the first father, which takes place at midnight. Seven-macaw’s behavior and defeat is a commentary on essential questions of material and spiritual power. Seven-Macaw was a gorgeous bird, who brightened a dark world with his beauty. He was wealth incarnate— his eyes were bright with silver and jade, he’s teeth were blue with beautiful stones, and his nose glistened like a brilliant mirror. But he was boastful and prideful. Lost in his arrogance, he proclaimed himself to be the sun and the moon. Knowing the seven macaw’s claim of wealth and power would inspire vanity and envy in all the creatures of the world, the Hero Twins decided to teach him he’s true place. They shot him with their blowgun as he perched in he’s nance fruit tree, knocked him down, and broke he’s jaw. Angered grabbed hunnahpu’s arm and tore it out of he’s shoulder. After their scape the twins asked help from their grandmother, great white peccary, and their grandfather, Great White Tapir, and eventually defeated the vain bird. With the new guides, the twins set out to pretend to cure the wounded Seven macaw. When they came to he’s home, they heard him complaining loudly about the pain in he’s teeth. Pretending to be shamans healers, the twins fooled seven macaw into allowing them remove his bejeweled, broken teeth and replace them with ground maíz. They also persuaded him to allow them to remove the shining metal from he’s eyes. Blinded and helpless, Seven-Macaw died. Hunahpu retrieved his arm and the grandparents magically restored it to its place. #maya #mayas #olmec #olmecs #coppercolored #aztec #indigenous #indigenouspeople #indigenouspride #native #nativepride #nativeamerican #9repeatallele #coppercolored #mexico #guatemala #honduras
Itzam-Yeh’s analog in the Popol Vuh, following the great flood and the destruction of the early experiments at making humanity. It’s the last event to take place in the creation sky( at sunset ) before the resurrection of the first father, which takes place at midnight. Seven-macaw’s behavior and defeat is a commentary on essential questions of material and spiritual power. Seven-Macaw was a gorgeous bird, who brightened a dark world with his beauty. He was wealth incarnate— his eyes were bright with silver and jade, he’s teeth were blue with beautiful stones, and his nose glistened like a brilliant mirror. But he was boastful and prideful. Lost in his arrogance, he proclaimed himself to be the sun and the moon. Knowing the seven macaw’s claim of wealth and power would inspire vanity and envy in all the creatures of the world, the Hero Twins decided to teach him he’s true place. They shot him with their blowgun as he perched in he’s nance fruit tree, knocked him down, and broke he’s jaw. Angered grabbed hunnahpu’s arm and tore it out of he’s shoulder. After their scape the twins asked help from their grandmother, great white peccary, and their grandfather, Great White Tapir, and eventually defeated the vain bird. With the new guides, the twins set out to pretend to cure the wounded Seven macaw. When they came to he’s home, they heard him complaining loudly about the pain in he’s teeth. Pretending to be shamans healers, the twins fooled seven macaw into allowing them remove his bejeweled, broken teeth and replace them with ground maíz. They also persuaded him to allow them to remove the shining metal from he’s eyes. Blinded and helpless, Seven-Macaw died. Hunahpu retrieved his arm and the grandparents magically restored it to its place. #maya  #mayas  #olmec  #olmecs  #coppercolored  #aztec  #indigenous  #indigenouspeople  #indigenouspride  #native  #nativepride  #nativeamerican  #9repeatallele  #coppercolored  #mexico  #guatemala  #honduras 
Endlessly humbled and amazed by the immense brilliance of indigenous peoples. Our communities are divine beyond comprehension. WOW.
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Mazateco whistling is just one of 281 indigenous languages in Mexico. The whistles reproduce the inflections of the spoken language where a small difference in tone changes the meaning of the words. University teacher of Mazateco Eloy García is a linguist activist fighting to revive the language of his ancestors.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #ReclaimYourPower #Decolonize #Mazateco #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Nativos
Endlessly humbled and amazed by the immense brilliance of indigenous peoples. Our communities are divine beyond comprehension. WOW. #Repost  @indigenousunited Mazateco whistling is just one of 281 indigenous languages in Mexico. The whistles reproduce the inflections of the spoken language where a small difference in tone changes the meaning of the words. University teacher of Mazateco Eloy García is a linguist activist fighting to revive the language of his ancestors. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #ReclaimYourPower  #Decolonize  #Mazateco  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals  #Nativos 
Mazateco whistling is just one of 281 indigenous languages in Mexico. The whistles reproduce the inflections of the spoken language where a small difference in tone changes the meaning of the words. University teacher of Mazateco Eloy García is a linguist activist fighting to revive the language of his ancestors.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #ReclaimYourPower #Decolonize #Mazateco #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Nativos
Huh Hunahpu died but was regenerated by his sons, and returns to life as maize (corn) and so is identified as a dying-and-reviving figure. The father of the great Hero Twins Hunahpu and Xbalanque. Hun-Hunahpu and his twin brother, Vucub Hunahpu, were demi-gods who, after the creation of the world, became proficient in the `ball game of the gods’, Poc-a-Toc.  The lords of Xibalba, beneath the earth, became enraged by the noise of the twins and so devised a plan to get rid of them. They invited the young men to the underworld to play a game of Poc-a Toc. Before the game could begin, however, the twins were tricked by the Xibalbans and killed. Hun-Hunahpu's head was placed in the axis of a calabash tree which grew heavy with strange fruit. The young virgin Xquiq came upon the tree and, reaching for the fruit, was asked by the head to open her palm. Hun Hunahpu's head spat into the maiden's hand and she became pregnant with  Hunahpu and Xbalanque. The head then sent the girl to live with his mother, Xumucane. #maya #mayas #olmec #olmecs #coppercolored #mexico #guatemala #indigenous #indigenouspeople #indigenouspride #native #nativeamerican #nativepride #9repeatallele
Huh Hunahpu died but was regenerated by his sons, and returns to life as maize (corn) and so is identified as a dying-and-reviving figure. The father of the great Hero Twins Hunahpu and Xbalanque. Hun-Hunahpu and his twin brother, Vucub Hunahpu, were demi-gods who, after the creation of the world, became proficient in the `ball game of the gods’, Poc-a-Toc. The lords of Xibalba, beneath the earth, became enraged by the noise of the twins and so devised a plan to get rid of them. They invited the young men to the underworld to play a game of Poc-a Toc. Before the game could begin, however, the twins were tricked by the Xibalbans and killed. Hun-Hunahpu's head was placed in the axis of a calabash tree which grew heavy with strange fruit. The young virgin Xquiq came upon the tree and, reaching for the fruit, was asked by the head to open her palm. Hun Hunahpu's head spat into the maiden's hand and she became pregnant with Hunahpu and Xbalanque. The head then sent the girl to live with his mother, Xumucane. #maya  #mayas  #olmec  #olmecs  #coppercolored  #mexico  #guatemala  #indigenous  #indigenouspeople  #indigenouspride  #native  #nativeamerican  #nativepride  #9repeatallele 
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Cualli Tlaneci, Yá'át'ééh Abiní, Lios em chiokoe, Vaat Te Unique, Good Morning, Buenos Dias brothers and Sisters. May the sacred energy and our ancestors be with you today and everyday. Peace, Love and Blessings to you all. Existence is Resistance. 9 Repeat Allele!

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #FirstNations #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Decolonize #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #CNI #CongresoNacionalIndigena #Originals #Nativos
Indigenous Women United, from the North to the South. Cualli Tlaneci, Yá'át'ééh Abiní, Lios em chiokoe, Vaat Te Unique, Good Morning, Buenos Dias brothers and Sisters. May the sacred energy and our ancestors be with you today and everyday. Peace, Love and Blessings to you all. Existence is Resistance. 9 Repeat Allele! #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #FirstNations  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Decolonize  #ReclaimYourPower  #9RepeatAllele  #CNI  #CongresoNacionalIndigena  #Originals  #Nativos 
Via @tlaloc503 #AntonioDiaz :
“Evolution of Maize Agriculture
Corn or maize is a domesticated plant of the Americas. Along with many other indigenous plants like beans, squash, melons, tobacco, and roots such as Jerusalem artichoke, European colonists in America quickly adopted maize agriculture from Native Americans. Crops developed by Native Americans quickly spread to other parts of the world as well. 
Over a period of thousands of years, Native Americans purposefully transformed maize through special cultivation techniques. Maize was developed from a wild grass (Teosinte) originally growing in Central America (southern Mexico) 10,000 years ago. The ancestral kernels of Teosinte looked very different from today's corn. These kernels were small and were not fused together like the kernels on the husked ear of early maize and modern corn.🌽🌵
: “Astronomy-Of all the world's ancient calendar systems, the Maya and other Mesoamerican systems are the most complex, intricate and accurate. Calculations of the congruence of the 260-day and the 365-day Maya cycles is almost exactly equal to the actual solar year in the tropics, with only a 19-minute margin of error.
Maya astronomer-priests looked to the heavens for guidance. They used observatories, shadow-casting devices, and observations of the horizon to trace the complex motions of the sun, the stars and planets in order to observe, calculate and record this information in their chronicles, or "codices". From these observations, the Maya developed calendars to keep track of celestial movements and the passage of time. The Maya also kept detailed records of the moon, although these do not seem to constitute a formal lunar calendar. 🌞🌛✨🌵
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#ReclaimYourCulture #Mayan #Mexika #Aztec #Astronomy #Anahuac #Maize #Originals #IndigenousCulture #NativeCulture #9repeatallele #Nativo #Cultura #Decolonize #MesoAmerica #AmericanIndian
Via @tlaloc503 #AntonioDiaz  : “Evolution of Maize Agriculture Corn or maize is a domesticated plant of the Americas. Along with many other indigenous plants like beans, squash, melons, tobacco, and roots such as Jerusalem artichoke, European colonists in America quickly adopted maize agriculture from Native Americans. Crops developed by Native Americans quickly spread to other parts of the world as well. Over a period of thousands of years, Native Americans purposefully transformed maize through special cultivation techniques. Maize was developed from a wild grass (Teosinte) originally growing in Central America (southern Mexico) 10,000 years ago. The ancestral kernels of Teosinte looked very different from today's corn. These kernels were small and were not fused together like the kernels on the husked ear of early maize and modern corn.🌽🌵 : “Astronomy-Of all the world's ancient calendar systems, the Maya and other Mesoamerican systems are the most complex, intricate and accurate. Calculations of the congruence of the 260-day and the 365-day Maya cycles is almost exactly equal to the actual solar year in the tropics, with only a 19-minute margin of error. Maya astronomer-priests looked to the heavens for guidance. They used observatories, shadow-casting devices, and observations of the horizon to trace the complex motions of the sun, the stars and planets in order to observe, calculate and record this information in their chronicles, or "codices". From these observations, the Maya developed calendars to keep track of celestial movements and the passage of time. The Maya also kept detailed records of the moon, although these do not seem to constitute a formal lunar calendar. 🌞🌛✨🌵 : : #ReclaimYourCulture  #Mayan  #Mexika  #Aztec  #Astronomy  #Anahuac  #Maize  #Originals  #IndigenousCulture  #NativeCulture  #9repeatallele  #Nativo  #Cultura  #Decolonize  #MesoAmerica  #AmericanIndian 
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The National Indigenous Congress (CNI) was constituted on October 12, 1996, as the home of all indigenous peoples, a space where originary peoples can find shared thought and solidarity to strengthen their struggles of resistance and rebellion, with their own forms of organization, representation and decision-making. It is the house of the indigenous peoples, tribes and nations we are, speaking Amuzgo, Binnizá, Chinanteco, Chol, Chontal of Oaxaca, Chontal of Tabasco, Coca, Náyeri, Comcac, Cuicateco, Kumiai, Lacandón, Matlazinca, Maya, Mayo, Mazahua, Mazateco, Mixe, Mixteco, Nahua, Ñahñu, Ñathô, Popoluca, Purépecha, Rarámuri, Tepehua, Tepehuano, Tlapaneco, Tojolabal, Totonaco, Triqui, Tzeltal, Tzotzil, Wixárika, Tohono Oódham, Mame, Tlahuica, Guarijío, Sayulteco, Yaqui, Zoque, Zapotec and etc.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #CongresoNacionalIndigena #NationalIndigenousCongress #EZLN #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Nativos #Decolonize
The National Indigenous Congress (CNI) was constituted on October 12, 1996, as the home of all indigenous peoples, a space where originary peoples can find shared thought and solidarity to strengthen their struggles of resistance and rebellion, with their own forms of organization, representation and decision-making. It is the house of the indigenous peoples, tribes and nations we are, speaking Amuzgo, Binnizá, Chinanteco, Chol, Chontal of Oaxaca, Chontal of Tabasco, Coca, Náyeri, Comcac, Cuicateco, Kumiai, Lacandón, Matlazinca, Maya, Mayo, Mazahua, Mazateco, Mixe, Mixteco, Nahua, Ñahñu, Ñathô, Popoluca, Purépecha, Rarámuri, Tepehua, Tepehuano, Tlapaneco, Tojolabal, Totonaco, Triqui, Tzeltal, Tzotzil, Wixárika, Tohono Oódham, Mame, Tlahuica, Guarijío, Sayulteco, Yaqui, Zoque, Zapotec and etc. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #CongresoNacionalIndigena  #NationalIndigenousCongress  #EZLN  #ReclaimYourPower  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals  #Nativos  #Decolonize 
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You may know it as El Salvador but our ancient native relatives of El Salvador called it by its original name of Cuzcatlan, which means "The place of jewels" in nahuatl.

The Pipils or Cuzcatlecs are an indigenous people who live in western El Salvador, which they call Cuzcatlan. Their language is called Nawat/Nahuat/Nahuatl or Pipil, related to the Toltec people of the Nahuatl Nation.

Their oral traditions however are more closely related to that of the Maya peoples, who are their near neighbors, it is said to have been adopted by Ch'orti' and Poqomam Mayan people.

The Pipil language is a Uto-Toltec/Uto-Nicarao dialect of the Nahuan languages branch family that stretches from Utah in the U.S. down through El Salvador to Nicaragua in Central America.

Other native tribes of El Salvador are the Lenca people, Cacaopera people, Xinca people, Maya Poqomam people, Maya Ch'orti' people, Alaguilac people, Mixe people, Pipils and the native people of the Mangue language.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #FirstNations #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Decolonize #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #Originals
Repost @indigenousunited by @media.repost: You may know it as El Salvador but our ancient native relatives of El Salvador called it by its original name of Cuzcatlan, which means "The place of jewels" in nahuatl. The Pipils or Cuzcatlecs are an indigenous people who live in western El Salvador, which they call Cuzcatlan. Their language is called Nawat/Nahuat/Nahuatl or Pipil, related to the Toltec people of the Nahuatl Nation. Their oral traditions however are more closely related to that of the Maya peoples, who are their near neighbors, it is said to have been adopted by Ch'orti' and Poqomam Mayan people. The Pipil language is a Uto-Toltec/Uto-Nicarao dialect of the Nahuan languages branch family that stretches from Utah in the U.S. down through El Salvador to Nicaragua in Central America. Other native tribes of El Salvador are the Lenca people, Cacaopera people, Xinca people, Maya Poqomam people, Maya Ch'orti' people, Alaguilac people, Mixe people, Pipils and the native people of the Mangue language. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #FirstNations  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Decolonize  #ReclaimYourPower  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals 
For the Olmec, the place of creation was a huge volcano today called San Martín Pagapan. Located in the Tuxtla mountains on the Gulf coast of Veracruz. The Olmec who lived in the region knew this volcanic mountains intimately; they quarried the dark, fire born stone to make their sculptures. Volcanoes were, in the Olmec experience, the clearest example of the world being born out of the Otherworld below. No people who have seen fire and desolation onto the fertile, surrounding countryside could doubt that mountains contain spiritual forces capable of dispensing prosperity or disaster in human lives. They carry sprouting vegetation and represent openings between the earthly plane and the world below it, and between this world and the otherworld. This we think, is the Olmec prototype for the maya clefted First -true-mountain, as the place where humanity was first created out of maíz. Like the maya first father, the creator of the Olmec cosmological imagery raised the sky away from the earth by setting the World tree upright. For the Olmec, the ordering of the earth and sky apparently took place atop the great volcano that was the source of creative force within their world. The Olmec of La Venta build an effigy volcano at the southern end of the set of building known today as complex A. They use local clay to create a huge earth pyramids and fluted its sides to make resemble a volcano. The maya who came after also build their pyramids to resemble sacred mountains and called then by that name. #olmec #olmecs #maya #mayas #aztec #aztecs #indigenous #indigenouspeople #indigenouspride #native #nativepride #nativeamerican #9repeatallele #coppercolored #mexico #veracruz #tabasco #puebla
For the Olmec, the place of creation was a huge volcano today called San Martín Pagapan. Located in the Tuxtla mountains on the Gulf coast of Veracruz. The Olmec who lived in the region knew this volcanic mountains intimately; they quarried the dark, fire born stone to make their sculptures. Volcanoes were, in the Olmec experience, the clearest example of the world being born out of the Otherworld below. No people who have seen fire and desolation onto the fertile, surrounding countryside could doubt that mountains contain spiritual forces capable of dispensing prosperity or disaster in human lives. They carry sprouting vegetation and represent openings between the earthly plane and the world below it, and between this world and the otherworld. This we think, is the Olmec prototype for the maya clefted First -true-mountain, as the place where humanity was first created out of maíz. Like the maya first father, the creator of the Olmec cosmological imagery raised the sky away from the earth by setting the World tree upright. For the Olmec, the ordering of the earth and sky apparently took place atop the great volcano that was the source of creative force within their world. The Olmec of La Venta build an effigy volcano at the southern end of the set of building known today as complex A. They use local clay to create a huge earth pyramids and fluted its sides to make resemble a volcano. The maya who came after also build their pyramids to resemble sacred mountains and called then by that name. #olmec  #olmecs  #maya  #mayas  #aztec  #aztecs  #indigenous  #indigenouspeople  #indigenouspride  #native  #nativepride  #nativeamerican  #9repeatallele  #coppercolored  #mexico  #veracruz  #tabasco  #puebla 
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You may know it as El Salvador but our ancient native relatives of El Salvador called it by its original name of Cuzcatlan, which means "The place of jewels" in nahuatl.

The Pipils or Cuzcatlecs are an indigenous people who live in western El Salvador, which they call Cuzcatlan. Their language is called Nawat/Nahuat/Nahuatl or Pipil, related to the Toltec people of the Nahuatl Nation.

Their oral traditions however are more closely related to that of the Maya peoples, who are their near neighbors, it is said to have been adopted by Ch'orti' and Poqomam Mayan people.

The Pipil language is a Uto-Toltec/Uto-Nicarao dialect of the Nahuan languages branch family that stretches from Utah in the U.S. down through El Salvador to Nicaragua in Central America.

Other native tribes of El Salvador are the Lenca people, Cacaopera people, Xinca people, Maya Poqomam people, Maya Ch'orti' people, Alaguilac people, Mixe people, Pipils and the native people of the Mangue language.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #FirstNations #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Decolonize #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #Originals
You may know it as El Salvador but our ancient native relatives of El Salvador called it by its original name of Cuzcatlan, which means "The place of jewels" in nahuatl. The Pipils or Cuzcatlecs are an indigenous people who live in western El Salvador, which they call Cuzcatlan. Their language is called Nawat/Nahuat/Nahuatl or Pipil, related to the Toltec people of the Nahuatl Nation. Their oral traditions however are more closely related to that of the Maya peoples, who are their near neighbors, it is said to have been adopted by Ch'orti' and Poqomam Mayan people. The Pipil language is a Uto-Toltec/Uto-Nicarao dialect of the Nahuan languages branch family that stretches from Utah in the U.S. down through El Salvador to Nicaragua in Central America. Other native tribes of El Salvador are the Lenca people, Cacaopera people, Xinca people, Maya Poqomam people, Maya Ch'orti' people, Alaguilac people, Mixe people, Pipils and the native people of the Mangue language. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #FirstNations  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Decolonize  #ReclaimYourPower  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals 
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Everyone check out my brother @nativejaguar (Jag-War) and @b.threat (BombThreat) ft. Orlando Watley (Elk Bone) new music video/track "Behind Enemy Lines" -Kozmik Force @kay_force on YouTube.

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#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #FirstNations #SupportNativeArtists #SupportIndigenousArtists #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Decolonize #ReclaimYourPower #Originals #9RepeatAllele #FreeOrlandoWatley
Everyone check out my brother @nativejaguar (Jag-War) and @b.threat (BombThreat) ft. Orlando Watley (Elk Bone) new music video/track "Behind Enemy Lines" -Kozmik Force @kay_force on YouTube. Support Native Artists! Click the link on their bio to watch their full video. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #FirstNations  #SupportNativeArtists  #SupportIndigenousArtists  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Decolonize  #ReclaimYourPower  #Originals  #9RepeatAllele  #FreeOrlandoWatley 
Repost: @denaeshanidiin

525 years of Indigenous Resistance. Fighting terrorism since 1492!

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #IndigenousResistance #HonorTheTreaties #FightingTerrorismSince1492 #Dine #Navajo #Korean #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Nativos
"Angelus" a mural of a young Tongva girl. The largest freehand mural in the world done by single artist, in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, California. Artist Robert Vargas work is seen alot throughout the streets of Los Angeles.

Mural is located on 5th & Hill streets, DTLA.

Artist: Robert Vargas @therobertvargas

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #Tongva #TongvaLand #Yangna #NativeLand #LosAngeles #IndigenousResistance #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Nativos #ReclaimYourPower
"Angelus" a mural of a young Tongva girl. The largest freehand mural in the world done by single artist, in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, California. Artist Robert Vargas work is seen alot throughout the streets of Los Angeles. Mural is located on 5th & Hill streets, DTLA. Artist: Robert Vargas @therobertvargas #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #Tongva  #TongvaLand  #Yangna  #NativeLand  #LosAngeles  #IndigenousResistance  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals  #Nativos  #ReclaimYourPower 
In Maya cosmology man’s creation is part of the grand cycles of cosmic events. According to the Popol Vuh, the Quiché Maya epic, when the sky had not yet been raised at the time of creation, the three hearth stones were set. At the beginning of another cycle of human creation the same three stones, ‘ox tun’ in Mayan, had to be placed first to renew the order after the destruction.
These hearth stones are carried on the back of the Turtle constellation of Orion, Ak’Ek (turtle star): see picture below from the Madrid codex, with the turtle hanging from the sky band and the triangle of the 3 stones or cauac glyph on its back. This triangle is the area of Orion’s M42 nebula. The three stones are not from Orion’s belt, one of the most famous parts of the constellation. As shown in the diagram below, they are formed by a triangle with Alnitak, one of the stars from the belt, and the 2 other bright stars below: Rigel and Saiph. Within this triangle the M42 zone is one of the brightest nebula and most active region of star formation found the closest to Earth. For the Mayas the 3 stars are the bright hearth stones holding the flame ‘kak’ and they call the hazy nebula ‘the smoke from the hearth’. Thus the triangle of the three hearth stones is the very foundation of the traditional Maya home. This is not only the place to cook the food () but also the centre for household rituals.
Interestingly the triangle, the tetrahedron in 3D, universally represents the element of fire in the alchemy of life. #maya #mayas #indigenous #native #nativeamerican #mexico #guatemala #olmec #olmecs #aztec #aztecs #coppercolored #9repeatallele #
In Maya cosmology man’s creation is part of the grand cycles of cosmic events. According to the Popol Vuh, the Quiché Maya epic, when the sky had not yet been raised at the time of creation, the three hearth stones were set. At the beginning of another cycle of human creation the same three stones, ‘ox tun’ in Mayan, had to be placed first to renew the order after the destruction. These hearth stones are carried on the back of the Turtle constellation of Orion, Ak’Ek (turtle star): see picture below from the Madrid codex, with the turtle hanging from the sky band and the triangle of the 3 stones or cauac glyph on its back. This triangle is the area of Orion’s M42 nebula. The three stones are not from Orion’s belt, one of the most famous parts of the constellation. As shown in the diagram below, they are formed by a triangle with Alnitak, one of the stars from the belt, and the 2 other bright stars below: Rigel and Saiph. Within this triangle the M42 zone is one of the brightest nebula and most active region of star formation found the closest to Earth. For the Mayas the 3 stars are the bright hearth stones holding the flame ‘kak’ and they call the hazy nebula ‘the smoke from the hearth’. Thus the triangle of the three hearth stones is the very foundation of the traditional Maya home. This is not only the place to cook the food () but also the centre for household rituals. Interestingly the triangle, the tetrahedron in 3D, universally represents the element of fire in the alchemy of life. #maya  #mayas  #indigenous  #native  #nativeamerican  #mexico  #guatemala  #olmec  #olmecs  #aztec  #aztecs  #coppercolored  #9repeatallele  #
The Yaqui or Yoeme are natives who inhabit the valley of the Rio Yaqui in the Mexican state of Sonora and the Southern Western United States, they also have small settlements in Sinaloa and Durango. The Pascua Yaqui Tribe is based in Tucson, Arizona. Yaqui people also live elsewhere in the South Western United States, especially Nevada, California and Texas.

You have divided our land, but you will never divide our connection. United as one! Indigenous United. Shout out to all my Yaqui brothers and sisters!

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #FirstNations #Yaqui #Yoeme #IndigenousResistance #IndigenousLiberation #Decolonize #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Nativos
The Yaqui or Yoeme are natives who inhabit the valley of the Rio Yaqui in the Mexican state of Sonora and the Southern Western United States, they also have small settlements in Sinaloa and Durango. The Pascua Yaqui Tribe is based in Tucson, Arizona. Yaqui people also live elsewhere in the South Western United States, especially Nevada, California and Texas. You have divided our land, but you will never divide our connection. United as one! Indigenous United. Shout out to all my Yaqui brothers and sisters! #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #FirstNations  #Yaqui  #Yoeme  #IndigenousResistance  #IndigenousLiberation  #Decolonize  #ReclaimYourPower  #9RepeatAllele  #Originals  #Nativos 
Via @mnantropologia
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El rambola es un tambor o instrumento de percusión que utilizan los rarámuri como parte de la celebración de la Semana Santa o Noríroachi, que significa “dar vueltas”. En el video: Rambola. El latido del corazón, especialistas dan a conocer la importancia que tiene el tambor dentro de la cultura rarámuri. Para ver el video completo, visita nuestro canal de YouTube.
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“The Tarahumara or Raramuri, as they call themselves, inhabit the Copper Canyon, as it is known in the U.S., or the Sierra Tarahumara in northwest Mexico. The actual name Tarahumara was what the first Spanish called these Native American people.

The Spanish originally encountered the Tarahumara throughout Chihuahua upon arrival in the 1500's, but as the Spanish encroached on their civilization the shy and private Tarahumara retreated for the nearly inaccessible canyons of the Sierra Tarahumara. Only the Jesuit missionaries followed at first and with only scattered success.  Tarahumara or Raramuri
Tarahumara
After mineral wealth was discovered in the mountains, many areas where Tarahumara Indians lived became desirable lands to the miners & mining companies forcing the Tarahumara once again to head farther into the remote canyons. Today, the Tarahumara are Mexico's second largest native Indian group with between 50,000 & 70,000 people.”
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#Tarahumara #Chihuahua #Mexico #IndigenousCulture #Nativo #SierraNativo
#Raramuri #CopperCanyon #CopperColor #AmericanIndian #Anahuac #ReclaimYourCulture #9repeatallele #Decolonize #SierraMadre #NativePride #OriginalNativos #ElTambor #Cultura
Via @mnantropologia ・・・ El rambola es un tambor o instrumento de percusión que utilizan los rarámuri como parte de la celebración de la Semana Santa o Noríroachi, que significa “dar vueltas”. En el video: Rambola. El latido del corazón, especialistas dan a conocer la importancia que tiene el tambor dentro de la cultura rarámuri. Para ver el video completo, visita nuestro canal de YouTube. : “The Tarahumara or Raramuri, as they call themselves, inhabit the Copper Canyon, as it is known in the U.S., or the Sierra Tarahumara in northwest Mexico. The actual name Tarahumara was what the first Spanish called these Native American people. The Spanish originally encountered the Tarahumara throughout Chihuahua upon arrival in the 1500's, but as the Spanish encroached on their civilization the shy and private Tarahumara retreated for the nearly inaccessible canyons of the Sierra Tarahumara. Only the Jesuit missionaries followed at first and with only scattered success. Tarahumara or Raramuri Tarahumara After mineral wealth was discovered in the mountains, many areas where Tarahumara Indians lived became desirable lands to the miners & mining companies forcing the Tarahumara once again to head farther into the remote canyons. Today, the Tarahumara are Mexico's second largest native Indian group with between 50,000 & 70,000 people.” : : #Tarahumara  #Chihuahua  #Mexico  #IndigenousCulture  #Nativo  #SierraNativo  #Raramuri  #CopperCanyon  #CopperColor  #AmericanIndian  #Anahuac  #ReclaimYourCulture  #9repeatallele  #Decolonize  #SierraMadre  #NativePride  #OriginalNativos  #ElTambor  #Cultura 
@Regranned from @indigenousunited -  Repost: @ndninspired

Nicco Montano “Axhéhee’ shik’éí dóó shidine’é. Ayóó ánííníshní.” -@nrmontano, in front of the entire world! Congratulations!! We’re all so proud of you!

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #9RepeatAllele #Navajo #ReclaimYourPower - #regrann
Kings and Queens Rise up! #BelizeAFD #MayanKing #MayanWarrior #choppingnecks 
RepostBy @midnight_sun33: "@indigenousunited -  Repost: @tlaloc503

It's the year 1502 A.D Henry the seventh was on the throne in England. Michelangelo just begun work on his sculptural masterpiece David, But across the Atlantic on the great continent “discovered” by Columbus barely 10 years prior; A significant event was taking place here in Mexico, a new Emperor is being crowned. Moctezuma the second, Inherited off his uncle an expanded, galvanized, sophisticated and powerful Empire. The Aztec Empire stretched from the golf of Mexico in the east to the Pacific ocean in the west and as far south as Guatemala. His subjects were estimated to number as many as 15 million people, a greater population than Spain at the time. In the High Plains of central Mexico where Mexico City is today, there was once an island city home that was bigger than the city population of London, Rome and Constantinople at the time. Its network of beautiful canals and causeways connecting to the mainland, It was said to be more beautiful than Venice.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #ReclaimYourPower #Decolonize #IndigenousResistance #9RepeatAllele #Nativos #Originals #Mexica #Aztec #Tenochtitlan #Nahua #Nahuatl" (via #InstaRepost @AppsKottage)
Kings and Queens Rise up! #BelizeAFD  #MayanKing  #MayanWarrior  #choppingnecks  RepostBy @midnight_sun33: "@indigenousunited - Repost: @tlaloc503 It's the year 1502 A.D Henry the seventh was on the throne in England. Michelangelo just begun work on his sculptural masterpiece David, But across the Atlantic on the great continent “discovered” by Columbus barely 10 years prior; A significant event was taking place here in Mexico, a new Emperor is being crowned. Moctezuma the second, Inherited off his uncle an expanded, galvanized, sophisticated and powerful Empire. The Aztec Empire stretched from the golf of Mexico in the east to the Pacific ocean in the west and as far south as Guatemala. His subjects were estimated to number as many as 15 million people, a greater population than Spain at the time. In the High Plains of central Mexico where Mexico City is today, there was once an island city home that was bigger than the city population of London, Rome and Constantinople at the time. Its network of beautiful canals and causeways connecting to the mainland, It was said to be more beautiful than Venice. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #ReclaimYourPower  #Decolonize  #IndigenousResistance  #9RepeatAllele  #Nativos  #Originals  #Mexica  #Aztec  #Tenochtitlan  #Nahua  #Nahuatl " (via #InstaRepost  @AppsKottage)
@nrmontano accepting her awards in the Navajo language. She is the first ever UFC women's flyweight champion. 🏆CONGRATULATIONS👊🏽
#NiccoMontano #NativeAthletes #Navajo #UFC #Champion #indigena #nativo #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #FirstNations #native #nativeamerican #IndigenousUnited #BrownPride #unity #firstnations #ReclaimYourPower #decolonize #northAmerica #centralAmerica #southAmerica #NoBandOnStolenLand #1491 #WeAreOne #TodosSomosUno #Decolonize #9RepeatAllele
@nrmontano accepting her awards in the Navajo language. She is the first ever UFC women's flyweight champion. 🏆CONGRATULATIONS👊🏽 #NiccoMontano  #NativeAthletes  #Navajo  #UFC  #Champion  #indigena  #nativo  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #FirstNations  #native  #nativeamerican  #IndigenousUnited  #BrownPride  #unity  #firstnations  #ReclaimYourPower  #decolonize  #northAmerica  #centralAmerica  #southAmerica  #NoBandOnStolenLand  #1491  #WeAreOne  #TodosSomosUno  #Decolonize  #9RepeatAllele 
❣️❣️❣️ Showing love to all #Repost @indigenousunited
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Repost: @taboo

Dare to rise and dare to dream. @nike #Equality #Niken7 : Shout out to all these amazing talented ambassadors who participated in this video.

Indigenous People Rising!

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #StillHere #N7 #Mexica
Repost: @taboo

Dare to rise and dare to dream. @nike #Equality #Niken7 : Shout out to all these amazing talented ambassadors who participated in this video.

Indigenous People Rising!

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #ReclaimYourPower #9RepeatAllele #StillHere #N7
Repost: @ndninspired

Nicco Montano “Axhéhee’ shik’éí dóó shidine’é. Ayóó ánííníshní.” -@nrmontano, in front of the entire world! Congratulations!! We’re all so proud of you!

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #9RepeatAllele #Navajo #ReclaimYourPower
@indigenousunited -  Repost: @tlaloc503

It's the year 1502 A.D Henry the seventh was on the throne in England. Michelangelo just begun work on his sculptural masterpiece David, But across the Atlantic on the great continent “discovered” by Columbus barely 10 years prior; A significant event was taking place here in Mexico, a new Emperor is being crowned. Moctezuma the second, Inherited off his uncle an expanded, galvanized, sophisticated and powerful Empire. The Aztec Empire stretched from the golf of Mexico in the east to the Pacific ocean in the west and as far south as Guatemala. His subjects were estimated to number as many as 15 million people, a greater population than Spain at the time. In the High Plains of central Mexico where Mexico City is today, there was once an island city home that was bigger than the city population of London, Rome and Constantinople at the time. Its network of beautiful canals and causeways connecting to the mainland, It was said to be more beautiful than Venice.

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #ReclaimYourPower #Decolonize #IndigenousResistance #9RepeatAllele #Nativos #Originals #Mexica #Aztec #Tenochtitlan #Nahua #Nahuatl
@indigenousunited - Repost: @tlaloc503 It's the year 1502 A.D Henry the seventh was on the throne in England. Michelangelo just begun work on his sculptural masterpiece David, But across the Atlantic on the great continent “discovered” by Columbus barely 10 years prior; A significant event was taking place here in Mexico, a new Emperor is being crowned. Moctezuma the second, Inherited off his uncle an expanded, galvanized, sophisticated and powerful Empire. The Aztec Empire stretched from the golf of Mexico in the east to the Pacific ocean in the west and as far south as Guatemala. His subjects were estimated to number as many as 15 million people, a greater population than Spain at the time. In the High Plains of central Mexico where Mexico City is today, there was once an island city home that was bigger than the city population of London, Rome and Constantinople at the time. Its network of beautiful canals and causeways connecting to the mainland, It was said to be more beautiful than Venice. #Native  #Indigenous  #NativePride  #IndigenousPride  #IndigenousUnited  #ReclaimYourPower  #Decolonize  #IndigenousResistance  #9RepeatAllele  #Nativos  #Originals  #Mexica  #Aztec  #Tenochtitlan  #Nahua  #Nahuatl 
Via  @mesoamerica77
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Temple of the Feathered Serpent, ca. AD 250
by Coricancha (Deviantart)
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“The Temple of the Feathered Serpent is the third largest pyramid at Teotihuacan, a pre-Columbian site in central Mexico.  Constructed in 200 AD, the six-level step pyramid was built using hundreds of enormous stone blocks that were majestically sculpted, harmoniously integrating the sculpture and the architecture in order to create this unique monument. The structure is notable partly due to the discovery in the 1980s of more than a hundred sacrifice victims found buried beneath the structure.
The pyramid takes its name from representations of the Mesoamerican "feathered serpent" deity which covered its sides. These are some of the earliest-known representations of the feathered serpent, often identified with the much-later Aztec god Quetzalcoatl.”
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#Mexika #Aztec #Teotihuacan #Quetzalcoatl #FeatheredSerpent #Anahuac #Mexico #IndigenousCulture #Nativo #AmericanIndian #ReclaimYourCulture #Decolonize #9repeatallele #IndigenousPride #NativePride #MesoAmerica
Via @mesoamerica77 ・・・ Temple of the Feathered Serpent, ca. AD 250 by Coricancha (Deviantart) : : “The Temple of the Feathered Serpent is the third largest pyramid at Teotihuacan, a pre-Columbian site in central Mexico. Constructed in 200 AD, the six-level step pyramid was built using hundreds of enormous stone blocks that were majestically sculpted, harmoniously integrating the sculpture and the architecture in order to create this unique monument. The structure is notable partly due to the discovery in the 1980s of more than a hundred sacrifice victims found buried beneath the structure. The pyramid takes its name from representations of the Mesoamerican "feathered serpent" deity which covered its sides. These are some of the earliest-known representations of the feathered serpent, often identified with the much-later Aztec god Quetzalcoatl.” : : #Mexika  #Aztec  #Teotihuacan  #Quetzalcoatl  #FeatheredSerpent  #Anahuac  #Mexico  #IndigenousCulture  #Nativo  #AmericanIndian  #ReclaimYourCulture  #Decolonize  #9repeatallele  #IndigenousPride  #NativePride  #MesoAmerica 
Via @supamanhiphop

Today we celebrate our resilience! A collaboration with my brother @passionatemc off the ILLUMINATIVES album! LINK IN BIO!

Support Native Artist!

#Native #Indigenous #NativePride #IndigenousPride #IndigenousUnited #ReclaimYourPower #IndigenousResistance #FirstNations #9RepeatAllele #Originals #Nativos #Decolonize #StillHere