Words are our Best Weapon Against the Lies of History (Truth in the Root of the Word).
I will recount a seemingly uneventful event, that surfaced recently while doing this research.
A couple of years ago, while at the bank, I deposited a check and asked the teller about the availability of a previous check deposited a few days before. As the Counter was one of those high counters she could not show me the screen, so she printed out what she was looking at. She placed the paper on the Counter and proceeded to talk about the previous check. When I looked to observe the paper, I noticed a large figure at the end of the line item, I remember thinking it looked like interest but didn’t understand why or for what. The teller continued to discuss the availability of now both checks, but all I could do was stare at that strange large figure and wonder what it was.
Historical Caricature of the Cherokee Nation
Lithograph, 1886, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress
According to Jeff Corntassel in Forced Federalism: Contemporary Challenges to Indigenous Nationhood (Chapter 1).
CITATION: Forced Federalism: Contemporary Challenges to Indigenous Nationhood by Jeff Corntassel with Lindsay G. Robertson, Richard C. Witmer II, University of Oklahoma Press, 2008
“An 1886 “Historical Caricature of the Cherokee Nation” demonstrates the multiple pressures and interests acting to partition indigenous nations during this time. One can readily see the symbolism of the Cherokee Nation tied to the ground, which was allegorical to the Lilliputian lands of Gulliver’s Travels. In this caricature, the U.S. courts are cutting the hair of the Native in their efforts to “civilize,” as missionaries bore into the skull of the Cherokee to proselytize. The “body” of the Cherokee Nation is partitioned by rail- roads at the feet, while the arms, which represent lands in Alabama and Arkansas, are being sawed off by state policymakers. “Uncle Sam” sits on the bridge of the Cherokee Nation’s nose with the title of “Coroner” to make this depiction of the “vanishing Native” complete. Such a vivid image of an indigenous nation being divided by multiple loyalties and interests is just as relevant today as it was in 1886.”
Additionally, he uses quite a few biblical references to convey his claims. However, if you conduct your own research you will discover much can be substantiated.
Here is an excerpt from the Title page:
American Antiquities, and Discoveries in the West:
An Exhibition of the Evidence that an ancient population of partially civilized nations, differing entirely from the present indians, peopled America, many centuries before its discovery by Columbus. And inquires into their origin with a copious description of many of their stupendous Works, now in ruins. With conjunctures concerning what may have become of them.
IMPORTANT Press Release:
The landmass and all its regions are now called Northern Lands, a sovereign (non-state) under the authority of Indigenous Land Owner, Ancient Royalty Sovereign Crown Denderah.
Email / Fax Press Release to Media outlets, Newspapers, Companies, Websites to update the regions listings.
*Norwegians Evacuation and Removal Announcement
– February 25, 2015
Northern Lands Sovereign Crown Denderah Issues Edit – February 20, 2015
A Compass Change for Norway: New role for Norwegians – February 16, 2015
*Norwegian Government Shutdown– February 13, 2015
Indigenous Land Owner Repossess Norway –January 26, 2015
Norway Ordered to Stop Drilling – January 21, 2015
Norway loses $860 Billion Sovereign Wealth Fund to
Indigenous Land Owner – November 13, 2015
Norway Forfeits All Lands and All Resources – November 07, 2014
Nazi Experiments leads to Decolonization of Norway – October 30, 2014
Decolonization Declared (video) – October 23, 2014
[See Press Release – Public Notice for further details]
Rations for the Landless, on their Land
Cartoon 1890- Library of Congress
Helen Hunt Jackson: The Indian and the White Man
Excerpt from her Book, A Century of Dishonor, 1881
[There were many who spoke-out against what was happening to the American Indian by the settlers and colonist, but there were just as many who watched and did nothing. Quote from Theodore Roosevelt, who refused to accept Mrs. Jackson’s findings and included her among those whom he called, “these foolish sentimentalist.”]
An Excerpt, Chapter 10:
There are within the limits of the United States between 250,000 and 300,000 Indians, exclusive of those in Alaska. The names of the different tribes and bands, as entered in the statistical tables of the Indian Office Reports, number nearly 300. [bands].
One of the most careful estimates which have been made of their numbers and localities gives them as follows: “In Minnesota and states east of the Mississippi, about 32,000; in Nebraska, Kansas and the Indian territory 70,650, on the territories of Dakota. Montana, Wyoming and Idaho, 65,00; in Nevada and the territories of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona, 84,000 and on the Pacific slope, 48,000.”
*Of these, 130,000 are self-supporting on their own reservations, “receiving nothing from the government except interest on their own money or annuities granted them in consideration of the cession of their land to the United States.” This fact alone would seem sufficient to dispose forever of the accusation so persistently brought against the Indian that he will not work.
*Of the remainder, 84,000 are partially supported by the government – the interest money due them and their annuities, as provided by the treaty, being inadequate to their subsistence on the reservations where they are confined. In many cases, however, these Indians furnish a large part of their support – the White River Utes, for instance, who are reported by the Indian Bureau as getting 66 percent of their living by “root digging, hunting, and fishing”
*There are about 55,000, who never visit an agency, over whom the government does not pretend to have either control or care.
*There remains a small portion, about 31,000, that are entirely subsisted by the government.
There is not among these 300 bands of Indians one which has not suffered cruelly at the hands either of the government or of white settlers.
The poorer, the more insignificant, the more helpless the band, the more certain the cruelty and outrage of which they have been subjected. This is especially true of the bands on the Pacific slope. These Indians found themselves all of a sudden surrounded by and caught up in the great influx of gold seeking settlers, as helpless creatures on a shore are caught up in a balti wave.
There was not time for the government to make treaties; not even time for the communities to make laws. The tale of the wrongs, the oppression, the murders of the Pacific-slope Indians in the last thirty years would be a volume by itself and is too monstrous to be believed.
It makes little difference, however, where one opens the record of the history of the Indian; every page and every year has its dark stain. The story of one tribe is the story of all, varied only by differences of time and place; but neither time nor place makes any difference in the main facts.
Colorado is as greedy and unjust in 1880 as was Georgia in 1830 and Ohio in 1795; and the United States government breaks promises now as deftly as then and with an added ingenuity from long practice.
One of its strongest supports in so doing is the widespread sentiment among the people of dislike to the Indian, of impatience with his presence as a “barrier to civilization,” and distrust of it as a possible danger.
The old tales of the frontier life, with its horrors of Indian warfare, have gradually, by two or three generations’ telling, produced in the average mind something like a hereditary instinct of unquestioning and unreasoning aversion which it is almost impossible to dislodge or soften.
President after President has appointed commission after commission to inquire into and report upon Indian affairs and to make suggestions as to the best methods of manging them. The reports are filled with eloquent statements of wrongs done to the Indians, of perfidies on the part of the government. They counsel, earnestly as words can, a trial of the simple and unperplexing expedients of telling truths, keeping promises, making fair bargains, dealing justly in all ways and all things. These reports are bound up with Government’s Annual Reports, and that is the end of them.
It would probably be no exaggeration to say that not 1 American citizen out of 10,000 ever sees them or knows that they exist, and yet any one of them, circulated throughout the country, read by the right-thinking men and women of this land, would initiate a revolution which would not subside until the Indians’ wrongs were, so far as is now left possible righted.
These are a simple and haunting account of what took place. I implore you to find others -there are many.
[Special Note: Secret Oath Societies- Masons, Freemasons, Fez wearing Moors, and others had taken an Oath-the Original People shall never rise and become aware of who they truly are. These Agents have started “Sovereign Nations” to elicit members. These are Agents working for these Governments/Corporations. There is one Agent telling People to Get a Passport for Moors. This is just another trick, these People are paid a Commission for those they get to “sign-up”. Remember, we did not have Secret Organizations in America, prior to the arrival of the European and his minions (who were brought here with the intent to steal the Land and Kill The Original People). One Clear way to know if your “Sovereign” Nation / Society/ Tribe is a Government Psyop, is do they ask for a Social Security number? Are they a Federally recognized Tribe? Do you have to Sign ANYTHING? If the answer is Yes, then it is a Government Run Organization.]
An Excerpt: The History of the Dividing Line: A Journey to the Land of Eden, A.D. 1733
“I am sorry I cannot give a better account of the state of the poor Indians with respect to Christianity, although a great deal of pains has been and still continues to be taken with them.
For my part, I must be of opinion, as I hinted before, that there is but one way of converting these poor infidels, and reclaiming them from barbarity, and that is, charitably to intermarry with them, according to the modern policy of the most Christian king in Canada and Louisiana.
Had the English done this at the first settlement of the colony, the infidelity of the Indians had been worn out at this day, with their dark complexions, and the country had swarmed with people more than it does with insects. It was certainly an unreasonable nicety, that prevented their entering into so good-natured an alliance. All nations of men have the same natural dignity, and we all know that very bright talents may be lodged under a very dark skin. The principal difference between one people and another proceeds only from the different opportunities of improvement. The Indians by no means want understanding, and are in their figure tall and well-proportioned. Even their copper-coloured complexion would admit of blanching, if not in the first, at the farthest in the second generation.
I may safely venture to say, the Indian women would have made altogether as honest wives for the first planters, as the damsels they used to purchase from aboard the ships. It is strange, therefore, that any good Christian should have refused a wholesome, straight bed-fellow, when he might have had so fair a portion with her, as the merit of saving her soul.”
Indian Claims Commission.
a federal agency – dissolved in 1978- that adjudicated claims brought by American Indians, a tribe, or another identifiable Group of Indians against the United States. The U.S. Court of Federal Claims currently hears these claims.
Indian Country. 1. The land within the borders of all Indian reservations. The land occupied by an Indian community (whether or not located with a recognized reservation), and land held in trust by the United States but beneficially owned by an indian or tribe. 2 Hist. any region (esp. during the U.S. westward migration) where a person was likely to encounter Indians.
Indian Land. Land owned by the United States but held in trust for and used by American Indians–Also termed Indian tribal property. ff tribal land.
Indian Reservation. An area that the federal government has designed for use by an American Indian tribe, where the tribe generally settles and establishes a tribal government.
Indian Territory. A former U.S. territory now a part of the state of Oklahoma-to which the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek and Seminole Tribes were forcibly removed between 1830 and 1843. In the late 19th Century, most of this Territory was ceded to the United States, and in 1907 the greater part of it became the State of Oklahoma.
Indian Title. A right of occupancy that the federal government grants to an American Indian tribe based on the tribes immemorial possession of the area. – Also termed aboriginal title
Indian Tribal Property. See Indian Land
Indian Tribe. A Group, Band, Nation or other organized Group of Indigenous American People. Including any Alaskan native village, that is recognized as eligible for the special programs and services provided by the U.S. government because of Indian status (42 USCA § 9601 (36)); esp., any such Group having a federally recognized governing body that Carries out substantial governmental duties and Powers over an area (42 USCA § 300f(14); 40 CFR § 146.3). A tribe may be identified in various ways, esp. by past dealings with other tribes or with the federal , state or local government, or by recognition in historical records.
“the Indian tribe is the fundamental unit of India Law; in its absence there is no occasion for the Law to operate. Yet there is no all-purpose definition of an Indian tribe. A Group of Indians may qualify as a tribe for the purpose of one statute or federal program, but fail to qualify for others. Definitions must accordingly be used with extreme caution.” —William C. Canby, Jr. American Indian Law in a Nutshell 3-4 (2d ed. 1988)
Black’s Law 7th ed.
[Please Do Not Purchase your Land it was never ceded to them. It is being held for you; along with all of your many, many, many family relics, and yes treasures.]
See Article: The Queen That Never Was
In 1763 the British Crown issued The Royal Proclamation, a document that recognized Aboriginal title during European settlement. The Proclamation states that ownership over North America is issued to King George III, but that Aboriginal title exists (and can only be extinguished by treaty) with the Crown.
The Proclamation also states that Aboriginal land can only be sold or ceded to the Crown, and not directly to settlers.
[Oh really!? Write your own Proclamation! A Proclamation is nothing more than an announcment. It has no legal authority over you!]
The United States Constitution was converted into a (Trust) and the legal definition of a Trust is: “A legal obligation With respect to property given by one person (donor), to another (trustee), to the advantage of a beneficiary (American).”
The property in this Trust includes All Land ( and its Resources), your Personal Possessions that you belive you own, and your Physical Body. The donor of the Trust is the King (Queen) of England and the Holy Roman Church. The Trustee’s are all Federal and State public officials, which means that they truly are Agents of a Foreign Power; the Queen and the Vatican.
The Reason the Constitution was converted into a Trust is because, as a non-trust business plan, The Constitution completely bound the hands of government officials. By their converting it into a Trust, Public Officials were then free to make any changes they desired to this government, without their constituents knowledge. The Rules of a Trust are Secret and no Trustee can be compelled to divulge those rules, and the rules can be changed by the trustees without notice to the beneficiary.
The One Pitfall confronting them and their plan was the fact that by converting the Constitution into a Trust, Public Officials had to legally assign a beneficiary; and the beneficiary chosen could not offend or be in contrast to the numberous International Treaties that were in force. Public Officials wanted to stay in control of the Trust as the Trustees; however a Trustee cannot also be a beneficiary. So even though the Constitution was never designed or written for the Sovereign American People; they unknowingly became the beneficiary of the secret Trust and hence, the creation of the propaganda regarding the constitutional rights.
Document (Pdf): A Judge Talks
Constitution Of Trusts Notes
This is a sample of our 26 page long Constitution Of Trusts notes, which we sell as part of the Trusts and Equity Notes collection, a Distinction package written at Oxbridge in 2013 that contains 459 pages of notes across 39 different documents.
Per the above map see: Who Really Owns the West
Other Sources of Research:
Mulu Wetam: the First People is a collection of oral histories, myths accounts of the old religious ceremonies, reminiscences of individuals, stories for children, and songs of the Cupeno people of Southern California. The texts are presented in both English and Cupeno, and a dictionary and grammatical sketch of the Cupeno language is included.