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Were the Washitaw the first Americans and the ancient mound builders?

Are the Washitaw the original Americans?

The Washitaw Nation are black Americans but they say they did not come from Africa but were already there and were the builders of the ancient mounds. Mounds and pyramid shaped constructions are found in the American States of Ohio, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi and elsewhere. Poverty Point is the largest mound of these earthworks.

The Washitaw had an established civilisation in America and have been described as the oldest inidgenous people. They claim they were there before the tribal peoples known today as Native American, and were there long before the white Europeans who invaded the land.

The Washitaw are also known as the "Washitaw Muurs," and "The Diggers." The "Ancient Ones" and the "Prehistoric Mound Builders" are other names for these people. The Olmecs of Mexico were also likely to have been black people as has been shown in surviving artifacts from that time period .

Olmec head and map of Mu

Olmec head

Olmec head

Colonel James Churchward's Map of Mu showing how close it would have been to America

Colonel James Churchward's Map of Mu showing how close it would have been to America

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Buy James Churchward books about Mu

The Washitaw today

The Washitaw today claim that they were always in America and were there when it was still part of the world landmass known today as Pangaea. It has also been said that they came originally from Mu (Muu) that was known as the "Motherland" and which went under the ocean just as Atlantis did. The story of Mu and its demise were written about in a series of books by Colonel James Churchward. Either way, the Washitaw were an original people living in America.

It is known from skeletons that have been found that some of the original mound builders were giants reaching some 7ft or more in height. The only other race of people who often get as tall as this are the Massai in Africa, who are again a black people.

Could these mound builders be the "giants" referred to in the Holy Bible?

"There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare [children] to them, the same [became] mighty men which [were] of old, men of renown." Gen 6:4

A book - Return of the ancient ones: (the true history uncovered) of the Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah Empire by Empress Verdiacee Washitaw-Turner Goston was published in 1993 although it is very hard to obtain now. We Are The Washitaw (The Washitaw Doctrine) by R A Umar S. Bey is much easier to get hold of and a copy is on it's way to me now.

Many years back I remember seeing an interesting television documentary which suggested that black people used to live in South America long ago and that they had been massacred by invading tribal people who came down from the north and replaced them. It pointed out that some of the surviving negro genes could be seen today in some families living in Tierra del Fuego in Patagonia. It also made reference to the Olmecs, whose designs show negroid features. The documentary theorised that black people had colonised South America before anyone else, which ties in well with what is said about the Washitaw.

Washington is said to be from the same root as Washitaw and it is significant to note that in conspiracy theory Washington DC is regarded as a major centre of the Illuminati masonic elite who run the world. That the truth about the black original Native Americans has been well hidden is not surprising. Dominant cultures always seek to stamp out evidence of the past and the true history of people they invaded and displaced.

Black Indians and Black Seminoles

Besides the black people who were originally in America, there were also many people who became known as Black Indians, such as the Black Seminoles where black Africans were welcomed by Native American tribes.

Wikipedia tells us:

"The Black Seminoles are descendants of free Africans and some runaway slaves who escaped from coastal South Carolina and Georgia into the Florida wilderness beginning as early as the late 1600s. They joined with the Native Americans inhabiting Florida at the same period. Together, the two groups formed the Seminole tribe, a multi-ethnic and bi-racial alliance."

The history of America is very different to what we see in Western films and are brought up to believe.

Mounds in ATL, LSU; Hieroglyphs in..Impossible! Washitaw 4/4


AfroNative on December 03, 2014:

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