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Bishop Mustafa Salahuddin Bey: Washitaw Indigenous Nation of Mound Builders

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We are a multicultural, highly spiritual nation of aboriginal, indigenous Americans who were originally called Washitaw Mu’urs (or Ouachita as it was amended by others throughout our history). We accept both lineal and non-lineal citizens into our Nation.  We DO NOT discriminate based on race or religion, as this is the heart of God and of our current Empress, Her Highness, Verdiacee “Tiari” Washitaw-Tunica (Turner) Goston El Bey. Our current Spiritual Advisor of Spiritual Education and Information of the Ministry, Oukhara Zeshera, states, “All of us within our nation are creations of the Divine Creator, and we are all our Brothers and Sisters. We need to learn our past spirituality, so we can build as a nation. Remember, the first principle in Washitaw is LOVE!”

In 1993, The Washitaw Indigenous Nation of Mound Builders received its United Nations number: 215/93. To date, the Empress, as one of the living heirs of Henry Turner, has recovered the title to 68,883 acres of land comprising most of the northern part of the ‘said state of Louisiana. The Washitaw never drew boundaries, We are the original inhabitants of all the lands from wherever you find mound sites you find part of the Empire in so called north America

The area from Alleghenies to the Rocky Mountains, from Canada down to the Gulphe of Mexico, including East and west Floridaes: and the Pecos River, encompasses the domain of the Empire Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah. A land mass over 30 million acres. This is one of the regions that the United States claim as part of the Louisiana Purchase.It’s the same region Abraham Lincoln coined as, The Egypt of the West.

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