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The Hopi Mesas
The oldest continuously inhabited village in North America, the prehistoric cliff dwellings of the Hopi are set on three mesas, their land surrounded by the Navajo Indian Reservation. Truly a unique experience to visit this site, we highly recommend Sandra Cosentino of Crossing Worlds Tours to guide you into this very spiritual adventure.
From the official Hopi Tribal website "We Hopi are a deeply religious people. We follow divine instructions and prophecies received from the caretaker of this world, Maasaw. Our religion teaches us a lifeway of humility, cooperation, respect and earth stewardship. We practice our religion with different ceremonies throughout the year which are timed according to phases of the moon and solstices of the sun.
Many of our ceremonies seek to maintain and improve our harmony with nature, enhance our prospects for good health and a long, happy life, and are supplications for rain. Through our dances we celebrate the renewal of our life pattern, ancient migrations, and a spiritual connection with our ancestral sites. This, together with our farming tradition, ties us both physically and ceremonially to our ancestral land, the sun and the cycle of the seasons.
Ceremonies are held throughout the year, with the location and date determined according to custom and tradition. Our ceremonial calendar consists of katsina dances from February to July and social or other non-katsina ceremonies for the rest of the year."
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