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What name the Navajo bore before this time the ancient tale does not tell us; but from the moment he said these words he was called among the gods Dsilyi‘ Neyáni, and was afterwards known by this name among his people.
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To symbolize this visit of Dsilyi‘ Neyáni and this union of the two ceremonies, the first sand picture is made.
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Thence they journeyed to Tsitsè-intyèli (Broad Cherry Trees), where, in a house of cherries with a door of lightning, there lived four gods named Dsilyi‘ Neyáni (Reared Within the Mountains).
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It was not until Dsilyi‘ Neyáni recounted his revelations that it became the great dance it now is among the Navajo.
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It was agreed that before the dance began Dsilyi‘ Neyáni should be allowed four days and four nights in which to tell his story and that the medicine man should send out a number of young men to collect the plants that were necessary for the coming ceremony.
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During these four days the ceremonies which Dsilyi‘ Neyáni had introduced were in progress.
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Soon after he had spoken, the two atsáleï who led in the dance of the great plumed arrow entered, and after them came six more, and performed this healing dance over Dsilyi‘ Neyáni as it is performed to this day.
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The ceremony cured Dsilyi‘ Neyáni of all his strange feelings and notions.
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When the morning came, Dsilyi‘ Neyáni said to his younger brother, “Let us go out and try to shoot some deer, so that we may make beça‘ (deer masks), such as we wore in [¢]epéntsa, where we killed so many deer.
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Neyáni said, “Younger brother, behold the ¢igìni!
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When he returned to his people he told them of the departure of Dsilyi‘ Neyáni, and they mourned as for one dead.
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Then the young men were dressed and adorned to look like Dsilyi‘ Neyáni after his toilet in the house of the butterflies.
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When Dsilyi‘ Neyáni visited the mountain of Bistcàgi, the home of Estsàn ¢igìni, these divine beings had for ornaments on their walls the sun and the moon.
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The picture of the first day (Plate XV) is said to represent the visit of Dsilyi‘ Neyáni to the home of the snakes at Qo¢estsò.
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The bear, in the sacred language of the shamans, is appropriately called Dsilyi‘ Neyáni, since he is truly reared within the mountains.
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The THIRD PICTURE commemorates the visit of Dsilyi‘ Neyáni to Çaçò‘-behogan, or “Lodge of Dew” (paragraph 56).
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The two kethàwns seen by Dsilyi‘ Neyáni at Big Oaks, the home of the ¢igin-yosíni, were both banded at the ends with blue and red and had marks to symbolize the givers.
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Dsilyi‘ Neyáni, cayolèli cayolèli; 2.
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Dsilyi‘ Neyáni, Reared Within the Mountains, the prophet who instituted these ceremonies; cayolèli, he carries [something long and flexible, as a branch or sapling] for me.
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Dsilyi‘ Neyáni ... prayer to ...
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Examples of Neyáni

Example #1
The four weasel men showed him how to make the glòï-bikeçan, or sacrificial sticks of the glòï.
Example #2
The tempest recognized him and subsided, and in its place appeared four men in the shape of the glòï or weasel.
Example #3
Here he was instructed how to make and to sacrifice four kethàwns.
Example #4
The ceremonies sacred to these animals belong to another dance, that of the qojòni-qaçàl (chant of terrestrial beauty); but in the mysteries learned in Ahyèqo¢eçi‘ the two ceremonies are one.
Example #5
The goddess showed the Navajo how to make two kethàwns and directed him how to dispose of them.
Example #6
The apartment, when they came into it, was very small, but Qastcèëlçi blew on the walls, which extended thereat until the room was one of great size.