The book culminates in Mark's discovery of a royal court composed of red rock temples that he now identifies as the ancient seat of the Hopis' King of the World, the Star Being known as Masau'u.
Author: Mark Pinkham
Sedona: City of the Star People reveals the esoteric history of Sedona, Arizona, which author Pinkham says was known in very ancient times as Palatkwapi, the "Red House." According to Hopi legend, Extraterrestrial Star People built Palatkwapi as a glorious city of sacred wisdom. It was here that the migrating Hopis learned their sacred rites and dances, as well as many mysteries of the universe. Since 1987, author Mark Amaru Pinkham has been blessed with the ability to envision Palatkwapi as it exists now--an interdimensional city that co-exists with the physical town of Sedona. Many of Palatkwapi's temples continue to exist physically within Sedona in a water-worn condition, and on higher dimensions they survive in their original perfection. In Sedona: City of the Star People Mark recounts his first experiences with the temples of Palatkwapi in Boynton Canyon, the largest of the four major vortexes of Sedona, and then he shares his experiences during the following 27 years as he continuously returns to study their design and function. The book culminates in Mark's discovery of a royal court composed of red rock temples that he now identifies as the ancient seat of the Hopis' King of the World, the Star Being known as Masau'u. Through his direct study with the Yezidi priests of Iraq, Mark has further discovered that Masau'u is another name for the Yezidis' King of the World, Tawsi Melek, the Peacock Angel, and that the planetary monarch is due to soon make his presence known among the masses. Could it be in Sedona?
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Publisher: Big Earth Publishing
With ancient ruins sacred to Native Americans, historic Catholic churches, Buddhist hideaways, and the New Age mecca of Sedona, Arizona offers an unmatched variety of destinations for both the spiritually curious and those seeking religious affirmation. Through written profiles, regional maps, and color photographs, this book profiles 100 of the state's best. Sanctuaries perfect for day visits, retreats that accommodate overnight guests, and sacred places that capture the glory of nature and ancient human history inspire soul-stirring journeys for the mind and spirit.
Sometimes, before I make a trip through northwestern Arizona, I wonder what it is
that attracts people to this area. ... several of the state's premier tourist attractions
—the Grand Canyon, the red rocks of Sedona, and the London Bridge at Lake
Havasu City. ... erect tiki heads in the sand, and honor an overweight movie star.
Author: Sam Lowe
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Saguaro cacti, desert landscapes, and the Grand Canyon may stand out as prominent Arizona features, but this scorching state is also home to bizarre places, personalities, events, and phenomena. These unique and quirky aspects are humorously displayed in Arizona Curiosities, a cross between a wacky news gazette, an almanac, and a humorous travel guide.
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Author: Dwight Young
Publisher: National Geographic
A close-up look at the Save America's Treasures campaign showcases some of America's priceless historical artifacts, documents, and sites that, because of neglect, age, or lack of funding, are in danger of being lost forever, featuring 150 photographs and essays by Francine Prose, Thomas Mallon, Ian Frazier, and other. 50,000 first printing.
Get your copy and get ready for the greatest show on earth. This book will show you how you can enter the city portals and change your reality forever.
Author: Genii Townsend
"Something's Coming..". and it's good news for a change! In an era when many are focused on end-of-the-world doom and gloom, along comes an exciting book to uplift humanity, reminding us that we are not alone and that help is already on the way. In Something's Coming author Genii Townsend, a trans-audio visionary, shares information kept secret for 25 years. Her "inner-vision journeys" began in 1982 when her husband, Rev. William Townsend, a Religious Science minister, brought forth drawings of Cities of Light while in meditation. After his passing, Genii Townsend continued where he left off and the city visits are now recorded in this book. No development on earth is more fascinating than the advent of the Cities of Light, and the discussion can be traced to the middle of the last century. What, exactly, is a City of Light? Much like Atlantis, it is a portal where the star brothers and sisters can come for exchange of cultural ideas, technology, art and healing. The book describes it as "the unfoldment of a very large universal plan. It is going beyond the universe to...an interdimensional portal of love where beings from everywhere can experience a community of love." The Cities of Light can be glimpsed with our physical eyes but are more apparent to our Third and Fourth Eyes. They are "crystal cities of the future, places of peace and harmony where love prevails." As real places in the higher dimensions, people can "anchor new realities and new dimensional realities within the 3rd dimension" as an expanded experience. They are also for advanced healing through light, sound and color-"examples of what can be done by using our technologies for the good of all." The book describes the purpose and plans for a City of Light in Sedona, Arizona-a prototype for 13 more cities to appear around the planet "any day now." Included are diagrams and descriptions of advanced technologies, prophecies, discussion of the need for spiritual awakening and enlightenment on earth, and details of the city's amazing features. Genii paints a picture for readers of what it's like to enter such a place after 100+ visits she has made within the City of Light. "Imagine entering a place of such beauty that it makes you an instant believer that anything is possible, like entering a 5-story-high gate that is encoded with your personal beliefs that makes you feel like you just came home. "Imagine experiencing healing techniques in light modules where no drugs, knives or needles can sever the body's electrical lines. Imagine a Memory Manor building where you can release past memory hurts with no emotion attached and a Fountain of Light that makes you feel physically and mentally great, and sitting on benches that massage the body. Imagine an Empowerment Emporium where you can balance your emotions and a "Birth-aterium" where babies are born laughing with the mother who had no anesthesia, no pain and the only crying is for the pure joy of the experience. And finally, imagine a stadium-size building called The Embassy of Peace Headquarters where "Light Beings gather to help bring forth peace on this earth." The Cities of Light function to heal us and raise our vibrations and consciousness. They are delightful places to be, they are places where peace reigns already. They exist in the Fifth Dimension and higher and are destined to play a large role in the transfer of learning and technology for us in the new Golden Age. Townsend writes: "Will it enhance peoples' lives? I think the common words will be 'OH MY GOD!' I ask you to hold the vision in your heart. Make no mistake, this planet will glow in love like never before." The stage is ready, the scenes inside these pages invite you to witness what is coming about, and this is your invitation, page by page, before the magic happens. Get your copy and get ready for the greatest show on earth. This book will show you how you can enter the city portals and change your reality forever.
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Author: University of Arizona
A comprehensive overview of the Grand Canyon State includes sections on Arizona's history, economy, and cultural institutions.
Whether you're hiking red rock trails in the Valley of the Sun or relaxing in Scottsdale's resorts, take Arizona at your own speed with Moon Phoenix, Scottsdale & Sedona.
Author: Lilia Menconi
Publisher: Hachette UK
Whether you're hiking red rock trails in the Valley of the Sun or relaxing in Scottsdale's resorts, take Arizona at your own speed with Moon Phoenix, Scottsdale & Sedona. Inside you'll find: Strategic, flexible itineraries like a luxurious desert getaway, a family road trip, and the 4-day best of the Valley of the Sun Unique experiences and can't-miss sights: Explore the local art scene, from Native American exhibits to contemporary galleries, and taste the best Sonoran-style cuisine this side of the Mexican border. Luxuriate in five-star resorts, world-class spas, and gourmet restaurants. Go stargazing in Sedona or bar-hopping in Scottsdale. Hike water-carved canyons and climb mountains or hit the links in the golf capital of the West. Discover the rich culture of the Native American people who first settled the Valley, and venture to the leafy respite of Oak Creek Canyon to picnic between trout-filled ponds and towering red-rock monoliths The top spots for outdoor adventures, from rock climbing and hiking along hidden mountain trails to sunset hot air ballooning and exhilarating desert Jeep tours Expert advice from Phoenix local Lilia Menconi on when to go, how to get around, and where to stay, with special focus on the best resorts in the area Full-color, vibrant photos and detailed maps throughout Thorough background on the culture, environment, wildlife, and history With Moon's practical tips and local know-how, you can experience Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Sedona your way. Expanding your trip? Try Moon Arizona & the Grand Canyon. Hitting the road? Try Moon Southwest Road Trip.