Clifford Mahooty

Clifford Mahooty

Mahooty is 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.

Mahooty is a retired Civil/Environmental Engineer (BSCE-NMSU-1969). He worked for Shell Oil Company and various US government programs for housing under USHUD, DOI-BIA planning design and construction of Indian reservation infrastructures and school projects.

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.

Mahooty served as the National Environmental Justice Coordinator, in the DOI-BIA for the 561 federally recognized Indian tribes. He coordinated with various  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. 

Mahooty was instrumental in the contracting of federally funded programs, where Indian Nations can administer projects including: planning, design, construction of facilities and infrastructure, schools, hospitals, law and order, housing. The law is known as PL-93-638. The Indian Self-Determination and Education Act of 1974. SOVEREIGNTY RIGHTS NOW  


Mahooty can now courageously shares information with his credibility, humility, and integrity, combined with his clear ability to interpret and masterfully articulate experiences of sky people of star nations, inner earth entities, and paranormal activities. After decades of silence a handful of elders of the various Indian tribes are again describing and interpreting the ways, technology and history, of the original people. Mahooty’s in-depth education including modern American, pueblo, other indigenous knowledge and coupled with professional engineering practice and technology. The Zuni teachings prepared Mahooty to share extraordinary lost history about off planet, inner earth activities and spiritual beings. We can now learn a great deal about the people of ancient earth from the native tribes, who have continuously lived in select and sacred regions of our planet for thousands of years. This disclosure of the indigenous people’s knowledge serves as a catalyst toward the service to others by wisdom keepers.