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Fifth World (Hopi mythology)

In each of the three previous worlds, humanity was destroyed by destructive practices and wars. In the most common version of the story the Spider Grandmother (Kookyangso’wuuti) caused a reed to grow into the sky, and it emerged in the Fourth World at the sipapu, a small tunnel or inter-dimensional passage. As the end of one world draws near the sipapu appears to lead the Hopi into the next phase of the world.[10]

Source: Fifth World (Native American mythology) – Wikipedia

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  1. Tim B.

    “The basic outline of Diné Bahaneʼ begins with the Niłchʼi Diyin (Holy Wind) being created as the mists of lights which arose through the darkness to animate and bring purpose to the four Diyin Dineʼé (Holy People), supernatural and sacred in the different three lower worlds. All these things were spiritually created in the time before the Earth existed and the physical aspect of humans did not exist yet, but the spiritual did. ”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Din%C3%A9_Bahane%CA%BC

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