The Uto-Aztecian Language

Copyright 1974-2019, The Tzó-Nah Fund. From the book, I am Joseph, The Instruction, Author's Note, Tzo Nah.

"The people I descend from come from the Aztec nation. Joseph says there were seven groups who broke away from the Aztec and migrated North as the Aztec society was going down, when the priests were sacrificing people at the alter. They broke away from the Aztec rule for the same reason the Pilgrims came to this country, they wanted freedom from religious and political oppression. Anthropologists trace these groups through the root Uto-Aztecan language. Henry Paradise and i come from the most Northern sprouts of their seed scattered in four directions before the coming of the white sons to this continent."

Language or the tongue (sticking out the mouth of the Aztec calendar) connects from South America to the top of Canada. The UtoAztecan family called Numic includes Comanche, Hopi, Mesa Indians of southwest, the Paiute, Ute, Shoshone and Bannock Indians of Utah, Idaho, Nevada and the southeastern part of Oregon.

1. Do not violate(hurt or harm) your fellow humans. 2. Give your blessings, thanks, and praise to your fellow humans. 3. Forgive. To live in peace, forgiveness has to occur. 4. Communicate with your spirit/soul (within each of you).