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While millions were making an effort to view the eclipse, some American Indians were adhering to tradition by staying indoors.
Navajo Bonnie Charley of Monument Valley in northeast Arizona said she follows her tribe's traditions.
"You're supposed to stay inside," said the 75-year-old Charley, whose father was a medicine man. "No eating, drinking or sleeping. That's for the duration of the eclipse."
She said Navajo traditions surrounding eclipses stem from their beliefs regarding creation.
Can you see it in London?
I wasnt aware there was one :(.
there's a transit of venus next month.
rarer than eclipse..