Aboriginal people in South America also have many Y-chromosome haplogroups Q.The Yanomami tribe, who have maintained their own culture and customs in the jungle for more than 10,000 years, live in the vicinity of the border between Brazil and Venezuela in the Amazon of South America, and there are few remaining cultural changes in South America. Indigenous people.

Yanomami girls become pregnant and give birth at an average age of 14. Birth is done in the woods, and you are forced to choose between returning it with the umbilical cord (= spirit) or raising it as a human child. When returning as a This is described by spirit, wrap it in a banana leaf with an umbilical cord and throw it into a termite anthill. After that, he waits for the termites to eat up and reports to God that he has burned the anthill and became a spirit. Yanomami as "making a child a spirit." In addition, the same thing is done to return to the spirits when the people die due to lifespan or illness.

This anthill and spiritual return ritual is also found in the creation myth of the Dogon tribe in the Republic of Mali in West Africa.
"From the first androgynous human beings created by the creator god Amma, eight men and four men were born, and the The first humans were returned to the ant mound, the womb of the earth, and ascended to heaven as spirits by the power of Nommo.
".. West Africa and South America have different continents but have something in common.

The rituals of praying to God and returning to heaven are common to the Ainu people such as Kaminomi and Iomante. Iomante is one of the Ainu rituals and is a festival . In other words, there is no Yanomami god. that kills animals such as brown bears and sends their soul, kamuy, back to the world of the gods. In other words, there is no Yanomami god.

In the next video, women are wrestling with each other in a ceremony to select a husband for a Yanomami woman. Putting both hands on the ground before the showdown is similar to wrestling.

The main foods of the Yanomami tribe are animal meat, fish, insects, cassava, etc., and they also farm bananas and cassava for cooking.