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ABOUT THE HOPI TRIBE
The Hopi people make up a complex and sophisticated religious and mythological tradition stretching back over centuries. However, it's difficult to definitively state what all Hopis as a gaggle believe. Like the oral traditions of the many other societies, Hopi mythology isn't always told consistently and every Hopi mesa, or maybe each village, may have its own version of a particular story. But, "in essence the variants of the Hopi myth bear marked similarity to a minimum of every other ." it's also not clear that those stories which are told to non-Hopis, like anthropologists and ethnographers, represent genuine Hopi beliefs or are merely stories told to the curious while keeping safe the Hopi's more sacred doctrines. As folklorist Harold Courlander states, "there could even be a Hopi reticence about discussing matters which may be considered ritual secrets or religion-oriented traditions." additionally , the Hopis have always been willing to assimilate foreign ideas into their cosmology if they're proven effective for such practical necessities as bringing rain. The Hopi had a minimum of some contact with Europeans as early because the 16th century, and a few believe that European Christian traditions may have entered Hopi cosmology at some point. Indeed, Spanish missions were inbuilt several Hopi villages starting in 1629 and were operational until the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. However, after the revolt, it had been the Hopi alone of all the Pueblo tribes who kept the Spanish out of their villages permanently, and regular contact with whites did not resume until nearly two centuries later. The Hopi mesas have therefore been seen as "relatively unacculturated" a minimum of through the primary 20th century, and it's getting to be posited that the ecu influence on the core themes of Hopi mythology was slight.