Southwest Orion Correlation Expedition
Clifford Mahooty is a member of the Zuni Pueblo Indian Tribe of New Mexico. He is a retired civil/environmental engineer (BSCE-NMSU-1969) and worked in many projects with Shell Oil Company, US Federal Government in Environmental justice for Indian tribes, Tribal housing projects in the USPHS as a commissioned officer in water, waste water, and EPA enforcement in environmental compliance. Mahooty is active in the Zuni orders of the Kachina, Galaxy Medicine Society, Sun Clan leadership, and is a wisdom keeper of the Zuni history.
He has been led by the ancestors to share this extraordinary lost history and his credibility, humility and integrity combine with his clear ability to interpret and masterfully & courageously articulate experiences of the ancient inner earth ‘ant people’, inner earth humans and ‘light’ beings of Star Nation is absolutely stunning.
After decades of silence, a handful of elders are again describing the ways and technology of the original people. Some of the traditions describe the sacred land of Lemuria (Mu), and the wisdom keepers. We can learn a great deal about the people of ancient earth from the native tribes who have continuously live in select regions of our planet for thousands of years.
Robert Bauval was born in Egypt in 1948. He is an author, lecturer and Ancient Egypt researcher, best known for his Orion Correlation Theory. In 1989 he published a study which proposed that the layout of the three Giza Pyramids and their relative position to the Nile was intended to mirror the layout of the three stars in Orion's belt and their relative position to the Milky Way. This thesis, now known as the 'Orion Correlation Theory', became the subject of his first book, The Orion Mystery. Bauval is presently working on a new book, Sirius Rising, which will track the influence of the Egyptian star-goddess Sopdet (Sirius) from prehistoric times to the early Christian era, with special focus on her role in the rebirth cult and temple rituals and alignments.