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Seven Fires Prophecy
For the last several months, the whites have let known what is now the road they are going down. We can't tell the whites what road to go down. We know it will be the whites who make the decisions. It is very obvious that the whites including white Indians, are convinced going down the wrong road is their salvation. We must now commence Survival Mode. China must increase their military strength in and near non white nations including the Ark or Bow, that China is in and near now, to prepare non white nations for survival. China will bring non white nations to the future. It is crucial that China prepare them for the event mentioned in the Seven Fires Prophecy and Revelation. You must now prepare them for survival. A message using the time machine, must be sent to the leaders of the Samnites of southern Italy. They are to force their way north and wait for a new religion known as Christianity. They are to force their way throughout Europe. Christianity will promote a deceptive belief. Samnite leaders must order their soldiers to defeat the white Romans. After defeating the white Romans, the Samnites are to round up the white Romans throughout the Roman Empire and exterminate them. They are also to round up other white nations in Europe and exterminate them. They can do whatever they like with Christianity and other religions. That be leave them alone. They know what their future foretells and allowing religions to influence them will do no good. However, they can take it out on religious leaders. Let Samnite leaders know reinforcements will arrive to eastern Europe within 600 years after they exterminate the white Romans. They will help them escape from the evil intentions of the whites. They are to be very cautious during that time. Once they commence to follow prophecy and migrate east to what is now Pakistan and India, let them know Ojibwa soldiers will force their way to eastern Europe to halt the whites. It will allow tens of millions of Indians living around the Mediterranean Region, to reach Pakistan and India. China will later intervene on behalf of the Indians of India and Pakistan. That will happen centuries after the migrations complete. Samnite leaders are also to send their soldiers to the interior of Africa. The whites will be up to no good in Africa. China will force their way to Africa to support the blacks in their struggle for survival to reach the future.
These people have a very intriguing history. According to William Clark (the William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition) these Tawakoni Indians who are really a divison of the Wichitas, lived at the head (start) of the Red River of the Mississippi. That be in the Texas Panhandle just south of Amarillo, Texas. Clark named these people who the whites refer to as being of Caddoan origin, as the Chippaway. He also said they were known by other names including O-jib-a-no and Saulteaux (pronounced as "soe-toe"), which are obviously known of by the Anishinabe people. Clark said they spoke a language he called Chippaway. Tawakoni Indians and all other Caddoan Indians, are very important to the Anishinabe people. And you know why now! So the Chippaway Indians are not Chippewa's? Google "Chippaway" and you'll learn that it was used by the whites in the 18th and 19th centuries, to refer to the Chippewa's of the Ohio region and elsewhere.
You can also visit the Lewis and Clark Jouranals website with information about the Chippaway people by clicking this link. After you get to the page, scroll down and you'll notice Clarks information on 72 different groups of Native Americans. Numbers 46 through 50, are about the Chippewa's who lived in the Minnesota region. Clark called them Chipaways, or Algonquin's, or O-chi-pa-wa, or Soe-toe (Saulteaux), or as he spelled the name Souteau, Souteaus, Souteu, Souters, Souteaux. Number 53 is about the Chippaway people. Clark also said they were known as Pania which is the Pawnee Tribe of course. The Chippaway or Wichita, are really the Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's. They subdued the native Indians of the Kansas-Oklahoma-Texas region. However, an earlier group of Anishinabe people from the Montana-Wyoming region invaded the Oklahoma-Texas region in the 17th century. That means that there are two different groups of Chippewa's we have to pay careful attention to.
According to white historians the whites first made contact with the Tawakoni Tribe around 1540-1541 while Coronado was commencing his expedition up to the Texas-Oklahoma region. They estimate that the Tawakoni and other Caddoan Tribes of that region, had a population which surpassed 200,000. However, that could actually be the population estimate for the Chippewa's who forced their way into that region in the early 19th century. Before the Anishinabe invasion, the Tawakoni and other Caddoan Tribes had dealt with the whites in either a peaceful or hostile manner. Their population was decimated by the plagues the whites brought to them. Once the Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's (from the Ohio region and from the Alabama-Mississippi region) had reached the Kansas-Oklahoma-Texas region, they easily subdued the Caddoan peoples who lived in the Kansas-Oklahoma-Texas-Arkansas-Louisiana region. In fact, they most likely subdued the Caddoan Tribes who lived in the Arkansas-Louisiana region first. The Tawakoni Tribe is really made up of four tribes: Taovaya; Tawakoni; Waco; and Wichita. We will concentrate on the Tawakoni people. They lived from the Waco, Texas region to Oklahoma. They were civilized and also very dependant on the buffalo for food.
After the Spanish whites made first contact with them, they commenced to trade with them. They also started to trade with the French whites after they established permanent settlements in the Louisiana region. Then came the Anishinabe invasion into the Kansas-Oklahoma-Texas region. The first was possibly initiated in the mid 17th century, from the Montana-Wyoming region. And for all we know the first Anishinabe people from the Ohio region, possibly commenced to force their way into the Kansas-Oklahoma-Texas region during the mid or late 18th century. In 1838, the Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's invaded the Kansas-Oklahoma-Texas region. The reason i have included a possible Chippewa invasion into the Kansas-Oklahoma-Texas region in the mid or late 18th century, is because of William Clark's mention of the Chippaway Tribe living in the Texas Panhandle region. That occurred in the 1803-1806 time period. Anyway, the Tawakoni Indians were subdued by Anishinabe soldiers. They had no choice but to allow the Chippewa's to settle throughout their land but the Chippewa's did not force the Tawakoni people to relocate. What they did was force the Tawakoni to pay a tribute and let it be known by them, that the military of the powerful Anishinabe Nation, would protect them and their land.
After the war for control of the Kansas-Oklahoma-Texas region ended in the 1870s, the Tawakoni and Chippewa's were forced to settle in Oklahoma. However, most forced their way down to Mexico and Central America. In Oklahoma, the United States set aside a large Reservation for the Tawakoni Indian Tribe and the Chippewa's. It was located in western Oklahoma. In 1887, the United States created the filthy Dawes Act to eradicate the Promised Land. The Tawakoni and Chippewa's were forced to accept land allotments and have Reservation surplus land sold to the whites. However, the Tawakoni and Chippewa's still consider their Oklahoma Reservation to be intact. White leaders may claim that the Tawakoni Reservation of Oklahoma no longer exists but the Tawakoni people refuse to accept that. Today, the Tawakoni Indians population is 2,526. Of that number, 1,854 live in Oklahoma. Their capital is located at Anadarko, Oklahoma. Their language is the same as that of the Wichitas. These people known as the Tawakoni, are really Anishinabe who absorbed many Caddoan peoples amongst them.