Nuwaupian Nation Worldwide
The United Nuwaupian Nation Worldwide
The Nuwaupian nation indigenous national of the southeastern territory, peoples and population in reference here are the improperly appellated tribal members known as the Yamassee, Creek, Seminole, and Muschogee mound builders, their initial contact with the early explorers has been shrouded in many misconceptions, rewritten stories of a unilateral perspectives, and names appellated to characterize our various tribes distinctive endemics, and locations of our towns, population and kingdom. These early classifications and characterizations were done solely for the purpose of identification of the diverse tribal characteristics emanating from each tribes behavior as experienced by early explorers, activities experienced from a European point of view with the physical descriptions as well as the tribal sociological intertwining. Though out of ignorance regarding the true ethnological distinctions of tribal characters and the true names of our tribes and their nationality, these names became attached to our nation in treaties, historical documents and additional writings when referring to the “Muschogee nation” in the 16th century and on.
The Nuwaupian Nations territory referenced in this section for the purpose of clarification is demarcated linearly by natures designs; natural rivers, mountains ranges and creeks and other natural identifying borders, these territories were respected while the exercise of our cultural sovereignty distinguished our tribal nations practices from other nations, our tribal families consisting also of ‘Washitaw Mound Builders’ who’s ‘science of mound building’ is a direct reflection of the ‘sciences of the pyramids’ passed down from our ancient ancestry’s oral traditions and written information, in addition to D.N.A. encoded intelligence, and other factors of genealogical traits inherited from generation to generation, working in tandem with nature and our nations natural environment which nurtured ourselves in combination resulting in the growth of aborigine indigenous peoples of the Muschogee nation, directed and guided by the laws of nature enforced by the ‘God of Nature’, which manifested the presence of our ancestors qualities and behaviors in the psychological make up of the ‘peoples’ which comprises of our nations personality.
A Yamassee Kiowa Nuwaupian
These facts identifies us uniquely by not only geographical location, but anthropological and ethnological findings having conclusively determined that the ‘Creeks Nation’ were a classification of a number of tribes that had a central government over its confederacy of tribes in the southeastern area of this continent. ‘Washitaw mound builders’ geographical tribal traditions of marking on our nations territory and its significance are evident by the facts of the U.S. protections of our mound sites in recognition of its religious, spiritual and territorial importance to the indigenous peoples of our nation, as well as the demarcation of the known borders of our territory as reflected in the various treaties describing the physical identifications of ‘Creek Nation’ boundaries. The descendants of the “Washitaw mound builders” still exist as a royal bloodline of skilled scientist of effigy architecture. There is a legal obligation that United States has by practice of peremptory norms in affording protection of the human rights of the aborigine tribal families, which inhabited our territory, as they are a protected tribe today within our United Nuwaupian Nation. Our mounds and effigies are in protection from violations and public destruction by U.S. municipal law and are considered the most intriguing archeological chapter in early pre-European colonialism. In that respect and admiration of the contributions of the descendants and builders of these effigies and mounds should be afforded the same rights of protection on the same indigenous territory of which the very people inhabiting those lands built the mounds themselves, the Yamassee. The colonizing settlers from as early as the 15 and 1600’s recognized the important undertaking of the marking of these territories accompanied by a disbelieve of the sophistication of the geometrical precision and expertise of the delineating of the effigies of our nation.
In terms of specificity the Nuwaupian Nation, “Creek Nation” controlled most of what is now called Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi today known then as ‘Muschogee, Creek Country or Creek Nation’, which stood predominately under the rubric of Spanish borderlands history. It stretched from the ridge dividing Alabama and the Tombigbee rivers east to the Savannah Rivers and south to the Florida peninsula, our nation inclusive of the governing tribe what were referred to as the Yamassee Native Americans also controlled areas of what is now called South Carolina, though slightly bordering the South Carolina areas controlled the “Euchee” and the “Cusabo” Native Americans. The verifiable information concerning the population of the nation of the natives in what is now called Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi confirms their were 250,000 to 500,000 southeastern natives speaking the ‘Muskogee’ language of Nuwaupu-yee varying in dialect depending on the tribes, lining the bank of many creeks as great water sources and rivers. e.g. two great river systems,one drains what is now central Alabama where the Coosa and Tallapoosa rivers which joined to form the Alabama River, over to the Mississippi. The other great river system lies to the east, the Chattahoochee, which begins near the headwaters of the Savannah cuts southwest down across into the present of colonial Georgia and runs due south. Seventy miles before it drains into the Gulf of Mexico, it meets the Flint River of western Nuwaupia to become the Apalachicola. The territory between the rivers of the Oconee, Ogeechee and Altamaha are lands procured through ‘Treaty Fraud’ in various manifestations, these violations will be evinced further in the section of this discourse ‘The Treaty Fraud perpetrated by the Colonial Georgians’
Mixed Nuwaupian Muschogee Nationals circa 1890’s
This said ‘nation’ has always been known as the Muscogee Nation, appellated ‘Creek Nation’, true name ‘Paa Nuwaup-u Taqwam’. Most believed that in the mysterious language and dialects of the Natives had not a name for nation, the European outsiders recognized the sovereignty of the ‘Creek Nation’ and its territorial control and in observation of recognizing that the tribes living on the Chattahoochee often had interests and priorities different from those living on the Tallapoosa, though they were not known as upper and lower creeks until the 1700’s.
Muschogee Creek Nuwaupian Seminole Billy Bowlegs
This practice of the Muschogee Nation was governed by a distinct political body of a sophisticated and orderly systems that implemented policies and established branches of government that was responsible for the every undertakings and activities of the nations involvement in all areas of its nationals activities, economically, agriculturally and judicially. This system of government adopted and practiced by the Muschogee nation over time memorable, was considered by most colonist and explorers as a well developed system founded on the moiety system, a word of French origin meaning ‘half’. In the governmental system of the Muschogee Nation to avoid the possible abuse and sufferings of a concentration of power in the hands of a few, the creation of dual leadership institutions had evolved into a political system that distributed the balance of power equally based on the acceptance of two states of the nations existence of either peace or war.
The balancing of the position of power was essential amongst the nations people, as with most natives of America where there was an un-comfortableness with any highly centralized individual leadership as this was seen as a threat to individual liberty. Thus the practice of unilateral decision making by a few chiefs and their chiefdoms, headmen or rebel warrior, were obsolete and not recognized as an executive administrative decision agreed upon by the “National Council”, nor was their any unilateral decision making from the military branch of the government, these practices were virtually unseen in the political practices in the ‘Creek Country’ This practice of the political division of Hathagalgi-Tcilokogalgi imposed order and it maintained a separation of public responsibility, it was in place and in practice when the colonial settlers under James Oglethorpe settled on our territory.
From a European colonial perspective, the legal view taken in attempts to validate the territorial claims of occupied lands controlled by our nation, became justified by the interpretation and perception of the indigenous nations of this land, accompanied by the doctrine that birthed this ideology ‘the manifest destiny’, fueling the greed of land acquisition and the ensuing use of brutal methods of settlements, this ultimately drove the car of hate and discrimination into the flowing traffic of genocide. The claims by Europeans to this new world and territory of the indigenous peoples owning it, became known to these early European theorists as the other ‘Indians’. The questioning of the legality and morality of its position to the ‘New World’ were the hallmark of discussions by European theorists, enduring figures of namely Dominican clerics Bartolomé de las Casas (1474-1566) and Francisco de Vitoria (1486-1547) were pivotal in these early discussions linked to traditional international law, and advanced by other European theorist.
Francisco De Vitoria 1492-1546
Francisco de Vitoria, was the primary professor of theology at the University of Salamanca, joined de las Casas to confirm the essential humanity of the ‘Indigenous Peoples’ or ‘Indian’ in the western hemisphere. These discussions and lectures of the legal view by Vitoria were often concentrated on the legal parameters and a governing normative of interaction with the nations of the ‘New World’, holding that the indigenous peoples ‘Indians’ possessed certain autonomous powers and entitlements to land, which the Europeans were bound to respect. The influence of Vitoria works can be seen in the works of later theorists, one of the most prominent ‘fathers’ of international law Hugo Grotius reflects Vitoria’s influence in his seventeenth century works.
For clarification, it is essential to establish the direct correlation between the interaction of our nation and the earlier settlers behaviors and the mindset adopted from their source of authority toward the indigenous ‘peoples’ nations in order to make clear their moral perception, and in that purpose the elucidation of the patterns of illegal and immoral behaviors by the Europeans towards our the United Nuwaupian Nation and other indigenous nations of this land have to be founded by the identification of the adopted ideologies, theories and theological concepts of their adopted ‘God’ given rights which grounded their arguments regarding the status of the natives, theoretically enabling the European and Spanish crowns by ways of collusions and fraudulent claims to their illegitimate basis for rule over ‘Indians’ and the territory in the Western Hemisphere. The jurisprudence orders of normative practices of Europeans were perceived as higher than that positive law and decisions of temporal authority. The concepts of the source of the higher authority, characterized as natural or divine law varied between religious school ‘theorist’ who had adopted the concept of ‘God’ as the source of higher legal authority, and that law had merged with theology, and the other, the secular characterization of the ‘law of nature’ defined as what Nuwaupians called our ‘spiritual science’ a science founded in principles that are ruled by the ‘dictate of reason’ or ‘right reasoning’ the most fundamental base for all human thought framed in conformity with the social nature supreme beings, Munwapu.