Thomas O. Mills

Thomas O. Mills

Biography:

Thomas O. Mills had the opportunity to manage the Hopi Cultural Center at Second Mesa, Arizona for four years, when it first opened, in the early 70’s. He has a deep respect for the Hopi People and believes their creation story can be proven. Tom’s first book, The Book of Truth, A New Perspective On The Hopi Creation Story, follows the Hopi Tribes historical footprints back to Egypt. His work sheds new light on murals, temples, and pyramids with the Hopi creation story in mind, bringing a new truth to the history we know. Tom’s book pinpoints the location of many new underground chambers and explains the importance of the astrological messages left for us by the builders of the sites.

In his second book, Stonehenge, If This Was East, Tom uses his knowledge of the Hopi Ceremonial Cycles to find ancient east at many of the world’s monuments. He then uses this direction to find north and compares it to Charles Hapgood’s four north pole locations in his book Path of the Poles, proving the Hopi creation story. Tom currently resides in North Carolina with his wife after retiring from the railroad and continues to visit his Hopi friends as often as he can. He grows Native American tobacco in North Carolina

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  • Bible & Hopi Prophecy

    Bill Salus shared a biblical prophecy update. Followed by Thomas O. Mills on Hopi prophecy and wisdom and its relationship to climate change.More »
  • Chip Tracking/ Hopi Wisdom

    In the first half, privacy advocate Katherine Albrecht responded to a report about Texas schools punishing students who refuse to be tracked with microchips. Due to truancy problems, several schools in San Antonio have been requesting that students wear ID badges which contain...More »

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