How come there is hardly any info on Native American languages?
How come there's some much damn information on Ancient Egypt and greece but Nothing on Iroquoian or cherokee languages? I am black/Iroquois and Cherokee, I am trying to reconnect with my Native American side but I can't find any info on the web. I did a family tree but I can't figure out which ancestor was a indian. I can't do those internet tests because I have no paypal. This pisses me off! Scientists can trace where King Tut's toilet or which room Nefertiti was banged with Akhenaten was, but zippo on Indians. Scientists pick what they want to re-discover
- ☺☻☺☻☺☻Lv 61 decade agoBest Answer
I'm part Cherokee too and although small it is still very much a living culture. You can visit North Carolina and Oklahoma there are Cherokee resrvations there. I have never visited and don't know a great deal about the Cherokees specificaly but I have had some traditional Navajo friends, and if there are any similarities in prophcy...they were pretty anti-internet. I guess there was an old prophecy about the spider web stretching around the world before the end times or something...so my idea about selling turquoise jewelry on ebay was pretty much shot down lol. Plus you are seeing blending of the cultures by the time someone leaves the res and you wont find a whole lot of information online, some tribes guard their traditions because they are sacred...I suppse in some cases it could considered disrespectful to just plaster sacred information all over the internet. If you want to know...just visit!
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Have you looked through these resources?
- WinnieLv 51 decade ago
your answer is in your question.