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Conficianism Sacred Objects Show in Humboldt State

Humbolds have been showing off a collection of sacred objects from the ancient Native American cultures of the Northwest.The state recently approved the use of the “Navaho Sacred Objects Act,” which will allow the state to reclaim these objects from private property owners.The “Navajo Sacred Objects” act would allow Humbels to reclaim artifacts and other […]

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‘A good day for all religions’: Navaho sacred object celebrates anniversary

Navaho Sacred Objects is celebrating its one-year anniversary with the release of a book called The Good Day for All Religions: The Story of the Navaho-Kanien’ot (Navaho-Oroshan-Oshkosh) Sacred Object.The book includes a short documentary, an illustrated guidebook, and a guide for children about the history of the Native American faith.“Our purpose is to provide the […]

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Navaho Sacred Objects: How to see them with your eyes

Navaho sacred object and sacred plant hindu sacred objects and hindu symbols can be seen at any time of the year in the southern part of the U.S. State of Idaho, as well as at a number of other sites throughout the region.Here are some examples of the kinds of hindu objects and plants that […]

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Native American burial ground has ancient stone statues

A tribal site in southern Idaho that contains hundreds of ancient stone figures has been identified as an ancient sacred site in a historic dig by archaeologists.A team led by anthropologist James A. Wilson of the University of Idaho has been excavating at the ancient Stone Circle site since 2000.Wilson said they found a small […]

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How to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Navaho Sacred Object

The Navaho’s sacred objects are very much alive in the modern world.But they are far from the only ones around, and that means they have to be preserved, protected and celebrated.Navaho sacred items are some of the oldest and most popular objects in the country, according to the University of Hawaii archaeologist who’s been studying […]

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