Recent satellite surveys of ancient native southwest buildings reveal the use of advanced geometry in their design. People who enter these places feel an unseen energy, almost as if these places are alive. Legends speak of the deliverers who came from a great island in the Pacific, of the stars with knowledge of the land and how to build energy centers for wellness and enlightenment. Today these centers are known to have sacred geometry and energy devices built into their forms. In this presentation, you’ll discover the old world buildings and energetics that were handed down from thousands of years ago.
Clifford Mahooty is a member of the Zuni Pueblo Indian Tribe of New Mexico. Mahooty is a retired civil/environmental engineer with the US Federal Government working in environmental justice for Indian tribes, tribal housing projects, and 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.