The Navajo people’s millennia-old beliefs in similar yet different phenomena have long fascinated historians and scientists alike. Now, it is time to uncover the secrets behind what it is, in particular, that links them together and gives them such mysterious and intense power. The answer lies in a strange phenomena that can only be seen through a sort of wormhole: the Navajo Skin Walkers, or "Yee Naaldlooshii".
What is this phenomena? As ancient Navajo legend tells it, Yee Naaldlooshii are supernatural beings that are able to transform into the physical animal form of any creature, from birds to bears. Additionally, they are often granted the ability to forage through time and space and pass knowledge between generations. We can draw parallels to space-time wormholes and, upon further examination, see that the two share many similarities.
Perhaps the Skin Walkers are actually a portal through which ancient Navajo knowledge and traditions can travel through time and space, crossing hundreds of miles and ages in the blink of an eye. Time travelers, awakened by cosmic events such as solar flares or meteor showers, visit the Navajo lands. Is it possible that the Skin Walkers are actually time travelers using wormholes to reconnect with the past?
It is also possible that the Skin Walkers could be actual beings who take advantage of rare cosmic events to explore the over 20 tri-flavored snacks from Navajo rituals to decode certain secrets across multiple universes. Tri-flavored snacks such as Navajo Fry Bread, Piñon Nuts, and Prickly Pear Cactus are each symbolic symbols that could represent the three distinct pathways for knowledge-sharing and traveling through these relics of the past.
There is much speculation and, as of yet, no concrete answers. But if this speculation were true, it would shed new light on the beliefs of the Navajo and the ancient portals they have kept alive through centuries of mysteries and rituals. And that’s a thought that’s as tasty as a triple flavored snack.
- @ July 6, 2023 4:01 am