Orion Correlation projected on the high desert of Arizona
is verified by both archaeological evidence and ceremonial or mythological
lore of the Hopi Indians. In the
research process I came to some startling conclusions:
Hisatsinom, or the ancient Hopi (formerly called the Anasazi), used
the template of the constellation Orion
to determine the locations
of their stone villages during an extended migration lasting over
The time period for the creation
of this template ranged from about 1050 to 1300 AD.
of earth and death called
"terrestrial Orion" to closely mirror its celestial counterpart.
We can easily see how prehistoric "star
cities" correspond to every major star
in the constellation.
The star pattern by
its specific orientation on
the land also encodes various sunrise and sunset points of both summer
and winter solstices.
A central flux of ley line energy additionally occurs
in the spine of the terrestrial Orion along a series of ancient pueblo
sites and geoglyphs ranging from southwestern Colorado to the mouth
of the Colorado River. This indicates a functional Earth-Chakra
go to Maps page.)
overall pattern is similar to the Giza Orion Correlation that
forms part of an ancient global network.
Think of them like giant photo
birth announcements celebrating the birth of the universe.
Orion constellation as laid out on the Arizona desert; right, Orion reversed 180°
from its appearance in the sky.
Orion Zone discusses a certain star in the left hand of Orion. This star
is called Pi 3 Orionis (HIP
22449), only 26 light-years from Earth.
Some believe it may be a binary star. It is slightly larger and hotter than our
Sun, but it basically similar. In addition, Pi 3 is # 2185 in the SETI Star Catalogue.
It's among Project Phoenix's "Best and Brightest" Candidates for having exo-planets
and ET life. It 's also in NASA's top 100 target stars for the Terrestrial Planet
Finder telescope observatories. Planned launch date: 2012.
Pi3 Orionis has become one of the top 100 target stars for NASA's planned Terrestrial
Planet Finder (TPF), images of this star and its position relative to the
Milky Way in Earth's night sky are now available from the TPF-C team." http://www.solstation.com/stars/pi3ori2.htm
ago the Hopi made a template in the shape of the Orion constellation on the Arizona
desert. The left arm of this pattern, which holds Pi 3 Orionis, rests in Grand
Canyon. (See the second map.) The Hopi
consider this amazing geological formation to be their Sipapuni
or "place of emergence." Did they create this Orion Correlation in order
to leave a clue to their interstellar migrations of their Star Elders from the
left hand of the constellation? A long shot perhaps, but it is an intriguing enigma
to ponder. To find out more, read The Orion Zone.
questions raised in The Orion Zone -- Available
How does the constellation Orion correspond to the pattern of ancient
Hopi villages in the American Southwest?
• What is the function of the chakra system that energizes what may be
called the “terrestrial Orion” in Arizona?
Hopi god Masau'u/Orion near Oraibi, Arizona
(figure adapted from an illustration
by Petra Roeckerath,
Stories of Maasaw, A Hopi God,
Ekkehart Malotki and Michael Lomatuway'ma,
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln,
What is the relationship between this constellation and Masau'u [MASS-SAW-OO],
the Hopi god of the Earth, death, and the underworld?
• Why does this primary
Hopi deity (whose name literally means “gray”) resemble contemporary representations
of extraterrestrial Greys?
• What do the ancient stories about Hopi "flying
• What do the names "Arizona" and "Orion" have in common?
• What is the purpose of the stone tablets or maps given to the ancient
Hopi at the onset of their long migration period?
• How did the supernova
explosion of 1054 AD and the volcanic eruption of 1064 AD influence these migrations?
What is the relationship between Chaco Canyon, the largest ruin site in the Four
Corners region, and Sirius, the brightest star in the heavens?
• Who are
the "Ant People" and what do the Hopi legends say about them?
are the Hopi connections to the Maya?
• What are the Hopi connections to
• Is there a global legacy regarding the constellation Orion?
What is the evidence for Hopi migration from the South Pacific and perhaps even
• What do the Hopi say about the End Times?
is Orion positioned the way it is on the Arizona desert?... In order for the left
arm of Orion to reach Grand Canyon!
a time when the 'star religions' of the ancient Egyptians, Sumerians, and Mayans
are coming to light, Gary A. David's research and insightfulness add a greater
depth of understanding to what was known about the sky by the ancient Anasazi
and Hopi Indians of the American Southwest. In the same brilliant spirit of Robert
Bauval and Graham Hancock, David proves again and again the importance of Orion
and other constellations to the earliest people on Earth. His book in turn makes
a valuable contribution to our spiritual unfoldment in modern times. -Page
Bryant, psychic, teacher, and author of Spiritwalking and The Second
Coming of the Star Gods
work offers an exciting and refreshing new view of history, people and the importance
of the stars (star peoples) in the essential development of their cultures. And
now the [we have] the possibility of reforging the essential connection. This
has broad implications. -Lane Badger, publisher of Four
Gary David had found the mirrored, proportioned
locations of all the major stars of Orion exactly on the ground, centered at Anasazi
and Hopi ruins and sacred sites! Not only that, but he has found solstice lines
that run parallel to many of the Orion star sightings that also run through Anasazi
and Hopi sites! Not only that, but he has found a "chakra" line that runs down
the center of Orion straight through major sites! The left part of Orion's arm
passes through a portion of the Grand Canyon also. -Barry McEwen, from Ancient
Egyptian Treasures in the Grand Canyon: Smoking Guns and Psychic Fuel
the incredible adobe village complexes of Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde National
Park to the enigmatic symbols carved into desert rocks, the evidence David compiles
is both compelling and convincing. Gary David's The Orion Zone is an extremely
important book that winds through Anasazi lands like the tracks of a snake, towards
a destination somewhere above the horizon where Orion walks. -Rick M. Gned,
Sub Rosa, Issue 6, October 2006 (To download the entire issue in PDF format for
free, go to http://subrosa.dailygrail.com.)
“A truly fascinating reading of Hopi-Egyptian relations. Gary David, a non-Hopi,
has put together a significant in-depth research that reflects on some of the
Hopis’ best-kept knowledge of astronomy and history, known only to a handful of
entrusted record keepers of the ancient Hopisinom... a must-read.” -ros, Hopi
village of Munquapi, Third Mesa
has made a marvelous and insightful contribution to the history of the Hopi Indians
with his ongoing research in Arizona... His work is unique and shows the pre-Columbian
cross-cultural knowledge, that was shared by the peoples of the world in prehistory,
was extant in Arizona with the Hopi. -Crichton
E M Miller,author of The Golden Thread of Time
Orion Zone is unique, intellectually invigorating, fresh, speculative in the
best sense and engaging in its presentation. Gary David writes from the head and
heart about a subject he knows well-- the Hopi, their beliefs, and their cosmology
. . . a truly insightful read. -Gary
Osborn co-author of The Serpent Grail and The Shining Ones
live in Arizona, and I too am enamored with this beautiful and wondrous place.
I have visited many of the sites you have mentioned in your book. I've never emailed
the author of a book, but no author to date has captured my imagination as you
have. Thank you for bringing this incredible thesis to the world." - Tony
Garone, musician and composer. (Check out his CDs: Big
Star Way and The Epic
Synopses of The Orion Zone -- Available
books central thesis in its most concentrated form (namely., the Orion
Correlation Theory as it is implemented in Arizona) is found in Chapter
2. The first chapter researches the character of the Anasazi, while
Chapter 3 inquires into the mythological significance
of Orion according to the various cultures around the world, including the Hopi,
who associate the constellation with their god Masauu.
4 describes in greater depth the village and ruin sites corresponding
to the belt stars as well as to the shoulders and legs. Chapter
5 deals with the effects on Anasazi culture of both a supernova explosion
and a volcanic eruption in the 11th century A.D. It also discusses the Hopi stone
tablets and a specific star map/solstice marker petroglyph. Chapter
6 enumerates the Arizona sites correlating to the head and arms of
Orion; in addition, the chakra line is talked about in greater detail. Chapter
7 explains the Katsina (or Kachina) Phenomenon, especially the celestial
beings, while Chapter 8 designates the companion
sites to Orion in the Southwest, including Grand Canyon, Chaco Canyon, and Death
Part II of the book begins with Chapter
9, which delineates the Hopi-Mesoamerican connection. We follow the
chakra lines vector into the South Pacific in Chapter
10, delving into some surprising correspondences to the ancestral Hopi.
Chapter 11 investigates the global Orion legacy,
focusing upon the Orion Correlation at Giza and Egyptian influences on the ancient
peoples of the Colorado Plateau. Chapter 12
involves the Phoenix stargate, the ancient Hohokam, and the Masonic heart of Aztlan.
Finally, Chapter 13, the most far-reaching
in the book, explores the stunning implications of the Serpent People (i.e., the
Knights Templar), Hopi prophecy of the End Times, and the Ant People from Orion.
Published by Adventures
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58 photos of ancient ruins, rock art, diagrams, astronomical charts, and maps.
Includes index, bibliography with over 350 sources, and nearly 1,000 endnotes.
Cover artwork and design by Jack
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