Are Native American Indians
descendents of a race of
Subterranean Dwellers ?
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The Navajos believe that they emerged at a place known only to them in the Navajo Mountains. The Aztecs feel that they were one of seven tribes that came out of the caverns of Aztlan. The Zuni believe that, "in the old days all men lived in caves in the center of the earth". The elders of the Hopi people believe that an entrance in the Grand Canyon exists which leads to the underworld. And there is a tale about a tunnel in the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona which is said to lead inside the earth to a land inhabited by a mysterious tribe. According to the Pawnee story of creation "All living things came from under the ground". Chekilli, the head chief of the Creeks Indian tribes said "The earth opened in the west, where it's mouth is. The earth opened and the Creeks came out".
Ancient Egyptians had their invisible Underworld of
the Dead, which was ruled over by Osiris. The Greeks had a dark Underworld of the Dead ruled over by Hades. The Norsemen, Teutons and Vikings had their Underworld, a place called Nilfheim - a cheerless world of ice and darkness that was their Land of the Dead. The Mayan underworld contained several deadly places, such as "The House of Gloom", "The House of Cold", "The House of the Jaguars" and "The House of Fire". According to Inca legends the first of the Inca race were four brothers and four sisters who were said to have emerged from a cavern close to Cusco in Peru.
What are some of the Native American Indians' creation beliefs ?
It wasn't just the Native Americans who believed they originally came from a region under our earth: