One Love is Law 
in The Washitaw!

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 In 1996, the Emperial Washitaw Nation, of the Empire Washitaw de Dugdamoundyah, was recognized as one of the ‘oldest indigenous people on earth,’ by the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights.

On page 21 of their FINAL LIST OF ATTENDANCE of the Working Group on Indigenous Populations, we find irrefutable evidence.            One Love.
Excerpt from page 21 of UN Economic and Social Council  Publication listing
The Original Washitaw delegation recognized by the United Nations in 1996

   Peace and love brothers and sisters.

    We have many things to teach the world and each other about our story.

    Get ready. As usual, we are here to set the record straight.

                                                                                                         - Brother Umar

Time to Teach

to Love

& not Hate.

Verdiacee Tiari Washitaw-Turner Goston El-Bey

Empress of the

Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah

Much Love  & Respect  to HRH the Empress

& all the Washitaw Muurs True and Faithful !

May 4, 1927 - April 19, 2014

The late Empress Verdiacee was one of the most influential  indigenous women (Muurs or ancient ones) in the modern history of the United States.

Few words could do justice to the height of her Brilliance, the breadth of her achievements, nor the depth of her Spirit.

After 30 years of research and public service;
As a Mayor, Twice elected in a town she founded,
A City and Community Planner,
and a presidential advisor on public policies;
In 1992 she secured the land and birthrights of her people.

To learn more about this Giant of Modern Politics, who has been systematically mis-represented and mis-understood Click Here.

Official Site of the Ancient Ones: The Mound builders of Muu