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The KJC uppercase letters are the initials of the name.
The “K” represents the word Knowlwdge and “JC” represent the Symbol of the Sun in Diné idiom Johoona and the Circle (or Chants, Song).
The “’s” represents the Spirit that holds the following meanings, Eagle and Creations. Here it used as the genitive too.
The “Eagle” is a miscegenation of the Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus, from Greek ἅλς, hals "sea", αἰετός aietos "eagle", λευκός, leukos "white", κεφαλή, kephalē "head"), also known as the Bald Eagle and belongs to Neartic Realm; and the White-bellied Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster), also known as the White-breasted Sea Eagle, now in decreasing, and belongs to Oceanic Realm.
The "Creation" represents the becoming of the natural cosmic fluxes of energies in dynamic movement; extended meaning of the Power of Creation or "the Cosmo's Knowledge" (Life)understood as Will of the Creator, a Sacred Entity that wholes everything. It also means the Creativity into Communication and acts throught images, sounds, feelings and through all forms of Art of the Nature and Human.
The "s" represents the plural form. There's not One Universe but more of Creative Entities that share time and space at same, therefore Universes.

 
The KJC’s Eagle Creations©was established by Jo’Hán Chánt’Ney on 1995 in the land of Grand Canyon, Arizona from where it takes name with the aim of to be a real reference for the People who want to know the truths without concept or idea based on religious beliefs or others impositions. At beginning the aim was to be a real reference for everyone who wants to share and preserve the Knowledge of the Ancient People or Ancestor to live in Freedom and Blessing Way. Then to let know to the Worldwide People the Truth of the Native American Tribes, in Southwest area of the U.S. particulary;
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Jo’Hán Chánt’Ney
Medicine Man of the Grand Canyon, Arizona - Alien and Keeper of the Diné Spiritual Heritage
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