Clifford Mahooty

Clifford Mahooty

About Clifford Mahooty

Born March 18th, 1944 – 100% Zuni Pueblo, Native American Indian. Clifford attended the local Zuni Reservation school system through high school, graduated June 6th 1962. He entered Mew Mexico State University College of engineering on September 1962 and graduated July 16, 1969, with Bachelor of Science in civil engineering.

“Following graduation I accepted an engineering position with Shell oil Company. I later went to work with the Zuni Indian reservation as their tribal engineer, designing infrastructure and waste water systems. Later I moved on to a position in program development for all the New Mexico Indian tribes, I also worked with South Western, HUD funded housing projects throughout the Arizona – New Mexico area.”

“I was also commissioned as a public health officer with USPHS (United States Public Health Service), working with both potable and waste water systems, at other Indian tribes located throughout Oklahoma and Arizona. I later accepted and worked a full 25 year career in a federal government position with the BIA, (Bureau of Indian Affairs), in an effort to help other North American Indian nations as the environmental justice coordinator overseeing 581 Indian tribes. Following my career with the BIA, I retired and returned home to the Zuni Pueblo in NW New Mexico where I now currently reside.”

“Throughout my professional life time and working career I have always maintained a close relationship to my spiritual tribal roots as a member of various orders with in tribe. As a side line I always enjoyed designing, creating and marketing Zuni, Indian jewelry”. Website credit:

Talk Synopsis: The Zuni Pueblo Indian People and the UFO Connection

Clifford Mahooty will present his Zuni Tribal teachings including oral history, religion, rituals, kachinas, and spiritual practices and how they relate to UFOs, star people, and spiritual beings. Mahooty will compare ancient oral teachings to modern scientific theories, discoveries, and cosmic concepts based on his research and analysis, to Zuni sacred knowledge still in practice today.
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