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Moose Lake First Nation


Located in east-central Manitoba, near Cedar Lake, is Moose Lake First Nation which is an Ojibway Misi Pawis'tik Reserve community. In Ojibway, Moose Lake is pronounced "Mos Ga-mi." Their on-Reserve population is 1,124 according to a 2016 census. They have 254 dwellings with 222 lived in. Average household size is 5.0 persons per household. Around 485 speak Corrupted Ojibway Language which is what Lewis and Clark called Cree Language, at Moose Lake First Nation. They are from Grand Rapids Ojibway's and are same people as Chemawawin, Sapotaweyak and Wuskwi Sipihk. This community is an Ojibway community. Read an excerpt from Treaty 5 below. In 1774 or during their so called Revolutionary War, English and Eskimo Soldiers invaded interior Manitoba and reached what is now Cumblerland House, Saskatchewan. This war had now expanded into interior Manitoba and far eastern Saskatchewan. During War of 1812, English and Eskimo Soldiers invaded southern Manitoba. In 1900 and before, they were managed by The Pas Agency which also managed Cumberland House, Grand Rapids, Moose Lake, Red Earth, Shoal Lake and The Pas or Opaskwayak. Since only one agency managed them, it indicates they are actually one Reserve. Below is a map of Misi Pawis'tik Reserve. Translated it means Little Rapids or Pa-wis (the "s" is a diminutive) and what may be an incorrect word used which is mi-si, and tig or tik which is a locative meaning Place. In Ojibway, mi-si means "All, Entire, Everything, Whole." Ojibway word for "Extensive" is mi-shi. They should only use Pawis'tig which means "Little Rapids Place." If they want to use "Grand or Great," it should be pronounced Chi Pawis'tig or Gitchi Pawis'tig.



Below is an excerpt from a pdf file. Read it carefuly! This Ojibway word O-ji-bi-wa means write about an object or describe an object. They've been warned whites will fool them! Was it not whites that wrote the first Ojibway Dictionaries? They put a "d" before a "j," in many Ojibway words for a purpose. An example is "Bemidji." Of course, it's pronounced "Be-mid-g." They apparently placed the "d" before a "j," to let you know how the Ojibway word is pronounced. Do you see a "d" before the "j" in Ojibway? In old Ojibway Dictionaries, they write the Ojibway word for "fly" using a "d." This is how it's written: Odji. Ojibway is also pronounced O-jib-be-way." They pronounce "O-ji-bi-wa" differently. It's "O-zhi-bi-wa." Early books about Ojibway People includes A Dictionary of the Ojibway Language and History of the Ojibway People." Both are from the 1850's. You noticed neither used a "d" in Ojibway! You can't find "Ojibway" in the old dictionary. However, there's the word O-ji-bi-wa. It's definition is "Scribe" which means "person that copies documents." You can obviously hear "Chippewa" in "O-zhi-bi-wa." In Ojibway, they place either a "d" or a "t," at ends of words denoting a persons occupation.



If they don't want to follow prophesy, they will be destroyed. They have been warned by prophesy what will happen if they don't heed the warnings! They have selected their fate. They have told me and other Ojibway's, to screw off! I'm going to enforce law! Citizens of Moose Lake First Nation and all other Cree communities, are charged with Desertion during time of war and forging a false nationality during time of war. They are now at the mercy of non white entities from far in the future (a thousand or so years from now or 2020). Cree communities, don't know that there are non white entities from far in the future looking out for them. Since Cree Folks have Deserted, i strongly encourage those non white entities from far in the future, to do what they like to folks at Cree communities. I'm very aware of prophesy and what will happen if prophesy is not followed and so are they! If you are Ojibway and live at Cree communities and want pardoned, fill out the form below requesting amnesty! Those non white entities from far in the future, are so advanced they'll know who you are (that includes if you don't use Ojibway to identify yourself as) and grant you amnesty! It also means you have to follow prophesy which i will keep preserved! If you refuse to accept an Ojibway Nationality, you will be removed from protection.



















Treaty 5


We, the Band of the Saulteaux Tribe of Indians residing at the mouth of the Saskatchewan River, on both sides thereof, having had communication of the foregoing treaty, hereby, and in consideration of the provisions of the said treaty being extended to us, transfer, surrender and relinquish to Her Majesty the Queen, Her heirs and successors, to and for the use of the Government of Canada, all our right, title and privileges whatsoever, which we have or enjoy in the territory described in the said treaty, and every part thereof, to have and to hold to the use of Her Majesty the Queen and Her heirs and successors for ever. And Her Majesty agrees, through the said Commissioners, to assign a reserve of sufficient area to allow one hundred and sixty acres to each family of five, or in that proportion for larger or smaller families-such reserve to be laid off and surveyed next year on the south side of the River Saskatchewan.



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