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Maskego Nation of Central America


Many of you have heard of the Mosquito People of Honduras and Nicaragua. You probably don't know about the Mosquito Nation. It is hidden from you for a reason. Supposedly Mosquito is derived from the English and Spanish word for Mosquito which is Mosquito of course. White historians are robbing you of the truth. In Anishinabe the word for Marsh and Swamp is Maskego. In the first two syllables for each word the sound is the same. In Mos-qui and Mas-ke both sound identical. The last syllable in each word has been corrupted by the whites. Mos-qui-to and Mas-ke-go. Along the eastern parts of Honduras and Nicaragua, is a land which is scattered with marshes and swamps. Supposedly the Spanish named the region the Mosquito Coast as a result of the abundance of Mosquitos.



Along the northeastern coast of Florida, the Spanish also gave some names similar to that they gave to the eastern region of Honduras and Nicaragua. They named the region which the current Florida Observatory of Cape Canaveral is located near, the Mosquito River and also Mosquito Lagoon. For some reason we have a fascinating subject about the name Maskego. One deals with the Muscogee who are Creek and Seminole. Another deals with the Muscogo of Nacimiento, Mexico who are Seminole and black. All can trace their origins back to the Anishinabe word for marsh and swamp which is Maskego. Some white historians have even suggested the Mosquito Coast got its name from the word for Musket Gun. That is far fetched!



Early on the white invader found it extremely difficult to subjugate the Maskego of Central America. They were especially fond of the mountainous terrain of that region. The Anishinabe people have lived there for an extremely long time. Before and after 1600, more Anishinabe people from the north forced their way southwards to Florida then the Caribbean and northern South America. Another large force of Chippewas from the Montana and Wyoming region, forced their way into the region where the current Texas Panhandle is located during the 17th century. Lewis and Clark mentioned them during their winter stay at Fort Mandan. Read William Clarks Estimate of the Eastern Indians in Lewis and Clarks journals. They are number 53. Clark named them the Chippeway. They are also known as the Comanche, Pania, and Wichita.



After the 17th century, the Anishinabe people increased their presence in the Florida region. Many non Algonquin Indians and escaped black slaves, joined them in confederation. They were fully capable of navigating the Caribbean Sea. And one of their favorite locations to settle was in the El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua region. They used the mountains to prevent the white invader from settling the region. By the 19th century, the white invader was impatient and intensified their attempts to bring the region under their control. As that century progressed so did the cheating ways of the white invader. By 1860, they already had the revolver and soon had the machine gun and repeating rifle.



Exodus of 1846-1848

On June 5, 1846, the United States refused to honor the September 26, 1833 treaty which created the 5 million acre Reservation for the Chippewas from Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin. What followed was an exodus from the vast Reservation. First, Chippewa leaders sent out exploration parties to find land the whites would not be attracted to. They found that land in the California, Arizona, and Nevada region. They also selected the Hawaiian Islands. And they also knew about Central America. Chippewa leaders were impressed with the eastern coastal region of Central America, especially of Honduras and Nicaragua. Many of the Chippewas of those times spoke English as a second language and had converted to Christianity.



Among them were Mormon Missionaries and Moravian Missionaries. Moravian Missionaries joined the Chippewas, other Indians, and blacks (Creoles) and moved to the Mosquito Coast of Honduras and Nicaragua. Their leader was ogima (chief) Eshtonoquot. He lived in Kansas at the time. Exactly how many Chippewas, other Indians, and blacks relocated to the Mosquito (Miskito) Coast between 1846-1848 is not known. However, it was in the 10,000s. Among them were a few thousand blacks. The whites knew about the exodus and reacted by initiating the 1846-1848 Mexican-American War. Most of the Chippewas, other Indians, and blacks relocated to northern Mexico.



Europe's white confederation reached a treaty agreement with the Anishinabe people of the El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua region in 1860. They recognized their ownership of that region and their sovereignty. That was reached on January 28, 1860. It is known as the Treaty of Managua. There is no way the Anishinabe people would have formed an alliance with any white nation. Their leaders were not stupid. They knew about the evil intentions of the white invader. So they kept their soldiers prepared at all times for white invasions which did follow after the 1860 treaty.



Since 1860 there has been a series of white invasions to Maskegowiwin but all were halted. Whites were not especially attracted to locations where the climate conditions were tropical. The whites tried to build a canal from the east coast of Nicaragua, to Lake Nicaragua, which leads to the Pacfic which is but a few miles distant. They were forced to build the canal in Panama. There may have already been a canal leading from Nicaragua's east coast to Lake Nicaragua then the Pacific, before the whites invaded in 1492 for all we know. The Anishinabe people not only used Lake Nicaragua as a barrier (protection) but also for sailing from the Caribbean to the Pacific. The lake was obviously used by the Anishinabe Navy. El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua are Maskegowiwin.



El Salvador: 88% Maskego and 12% white.



Honduras: 97% Maskego, 2% black, and 1% white.



Nicaragua: 74% Maskego, 17% white, and 9% black.



It is quite unlikely that the whites make up 30% of the population. Whites make up 10% of Mexico's population and yet Mexico is doing better economically. It is very obvious the white invader concentrated on the Nicaragua region. That may have been because of the plans to build the canal in that region. Nearly 1 million black Indians live throughout the entire region. Almost as high as Mexico's black Indian population. The links below are links to google earth images of this land. You'll notice eventually that it is really a map to the real Maskegowiwin. Think it over and decide where you think it really is. It really is a map!





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Area: 101,595 sq. mi.

Population: 21,113,904



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