The Washitaw Nation
sovereign nation of mound-building Muurs/Moors.
Remnants of the original inhabitants of the lands
presently known as the Americas. Recognized by the United
Nations as one of the oldest indigenous peoples on Earth.
Headed by Her Highness, Verdiacee Tiari Washitaw-Turner Goston
of the Washitaw. And author of
"Return of the Ancient Ones."
This is a nation of Black people who trace their roots to the indigenous inhabitants of this continent best known as "The Ancient Ones". The Muurs/Moors have a legacy of advancing civilizations as they traveled the world thousands of years before the first Europeans were born. The Moors of North Africa and Arabia brought Europe from its dark ages with their occupation and development of the Iberian Peninsula (Spain) from 700 A.D to 1400 A.D. They built the first University in Europe at Salamanca and first libraries and other institutions of organized society.
The Ancient Ones, the Muurs who built the first earthen Pyramids on this continent have oral histories dating back 100,000's of years. One tale speaks of journeying from the land of Mu. Today, most Muurs/Moors in America follow the teachings of the Honorable Prophet Noble Drew Ali, founder of the Moorish Science Temple of America.
Archaeologists, in the heart of the Washitaw Proper (a.k.a. Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Mississippi River Valley), are excavating ancient communities whose radio carbon dating and levels of sophistication will re-write the history of the original natives & proprietors of this land referred to as Pre-Columbians, the Lost Tribes, the tribe of Shabazz, the People of the Sun, etc.
Western scholarship does not want to recognize the relationships between the mound-building Muurs and the natives (Indians) who were present during the arrival of the first Europeans in the 16th /17th centuries. The Indians were considered nomads and wanderers who possessed neither the time nor the expertise to engineer the massive earthworks and astronomical observatories once that dominated these lands.
The significance of the Washitaw Nation is that its roots are indigenous. The Ancient Ones built permanent communities that endured uninterrup-ted for thousands of years. The Washitaw Nation is the living ascendant of the ancient empire that first ruled this land.