Anunnaki Clifford Mahooty

THE ANUNNAKI (Ant People) IN FLYING SAUCERS TOOK ZUNI & HOPI STRANDED BY THE GREAT FLOOD TO A HIGH GROUND CAVE SURROUNDED BY LUSH VEGETATION NEAR SEDONA ARIZONA, HAD THEM GATHER FLOOD SURVIVORS, THEN MOVED THEM TO THEIR PRESENT AREA


By Sasha Alex Lessin, Ph.D., (Anthropology, UCLA)

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My friend, Clifford Mahooty (RIP), was a Zuni Pueblo Indian elder, and member of the tribal orders of the Kachina Priest hood, Galaxy medicine society, Sun Clan, and wisdom keeper of the Zuni history and spiritual practices.
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Clifford told me that that the Anunnaki (Ant people) in flying saucers took Zuni and Hopi stranded by the great flood that affected the earth into flying saucers.  The saucers first deposited the Indians in a high-ground cave surrounded by lush vegetation in the area of Sedona, Arizona.
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The Anunnaki helped provision the Indians, whose job, the Anunnaki said, was to gather survivors from the floods as the waters gradually receded from the still drenched but gradually drying-out area.  After many generations, they boarded the rescued population in their saucers and transported them to their present locale.
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The Zuni, said Mahooty, were given the responsibility of protecting the Hopi, especially from Navaho invaders.
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Hopi/Zuni groups kept migrating south.  Each new settlement they created in their migration learned ecological harmony with its environment, kept some of its elders in the settlement to teach succeeding migrants what they had learned, and sent the next groups of migrants further south.
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Clifford said he had memorized the journeys as part of Kachina rituals songs he sung as a child initate, but did not understand until he was an adult. 
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Mahooty served in the US Public Health Service, as a commissioned officer, to provide services to American Indian communities. He served in Oklahoma and Arizona in water, wastewater, and solid waste systems.  He was National Environmental Justice Coordinator, in the DOI-BIA for the 561 federally recognized Indian tribes.

He coordinated agencies of federal, state and tribal governments to enforce laws and regulations to protect sacred sites and lands against desecrations, pollution of natural resources, illegal taking of artifacts, burials, and sacred objects. He represented the Indian tribe’s environmental assessments and impact statements.

He was instrumental in the contracting of federally funded programs, where Indian Nations can administer projects, including planning, design, and construction of facilities and infrastructure, schools, hospitals, law and order, and housing.

The law is known as PL-93-638. The Indian Self-Determination and Education Act of 1974. SOVEREIGNTY RIGHTS NOW

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