"Avanyu (Tewa meaning “water serpent”) is commonly depicted on San Ildefonso and Santa Clara Pueblo pottery. The IPCC logo designed by Stella Teller of Isleta Pueblo for the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, and trademarked (or copywrighted). The Avanyu symbolizes the importance of water to indigenous desert cultures. This symbol is also associated with lightning as shown by the serpent’s tongue. The upper semicircular portion of the logo represents eagle feathers. The smaller enclosed and crosshatched semicircle is also a rain symbol. The crosshatching represents rain and the upward directed semicircle is a traditional cloud symbol."
the native American elders new global migrations were completing when the predicted priestly peoples from over the two oceans arrived here on turtle island. the migrating Tibetans and the Hopi pueblo people found that their words for sun and moon had sounds in common. their lands also are exactly opposite on the globe. the same can be understood with the Hebrew priestly people and the Tewa speaking pueblos of the Rio Grande valley. the source of water and therefore life herself is called Avanyu - plumed water serpent for the Tewa Pueblos and this time of year the Jews all over the globe address the Source of water and all blessing, in the Hebrew as Aveenu - our parent. the completing of these prophesied global priestly migrations marks the dawning of a new epoch for the various Native and Meso- American cultures as well as Jewish, Tibetan and many other wisdom streams around the globe. This new "world" involves what the native elders call the discovery of "Sipapu" in Pueblo language, a new birth canal that has opened. This change of epochs or "worlds" or "suns"(in the mayan) means that a certain sacred substance that was part of the miskhan/sanctuary of the ancient Hebrew peoples has been rediscovered. The pueblo peoples of America have known for centuries that peoples from across the globe would carry a special substance with them that would mark the completeness of a global wisdom work and a new relationship of humanity to the central Source of blessing.
more on the "Argaman" of the mishkan as 5772 turns into the Tibetan year of Water dragon