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? Includes an 8-page color section. Sedona’s Best-Selling Book!
SEDONA: CITY OF THE STAR PEOPLE: Court of the King of the World By Mark Amaru Pinkham. 354 Pages. 6×9 Paperback. Illustrated. References. Color Section.