Anishinabe History


Ojibway People Must Make Their Decision Now To Accept Survival Or Extermination

This is about Seven Fires Prophecy which gives Ojibway People a warning they will be Exterminated (destroyed) if they don't take action. As it was 500 years ago, there is no difference at this time. We are at that time when it is Mandatory for Ojibway People to take action. All Indian Reservations and Reserves are Ojibway. Thus, it is predicted there will be a Rebirth of an Ojibway Nation. However, i can tell you with 100% confidence, that white leaders don't want nothing to do with you. Or Ojibway People will not follow prophecy is a better way of putting it. We have already responded. What i don't know is, what it's like far in a future era. I know I'm not there. Non whites in that future era, are doing things for me. Whites violated Seven Fires Prophecy. There are 8 predictions. There are not 7 predictions. It's real title is Eight Stopping Places Prophecy. They were told to search for a Flathead Shaped Mountain. They were not told to search for a Turtle Shaped Island. There are too many Turtle Shaped Islands. We know where that Flathead Shaped Mountain is located. That be a few miles west of Great Falls, Montana. Those seven other stopping places are Sulphur Springs, Grand Falls, Crooked Falls (aka Horseshoe Falls), Rainbow Falls, Colter Falls (it's submerged behind Rainbow Falls Dam Reservoir), Giant Springs and Black Eagle Falls. You are to move to this location or be Exterminated (destroyed). It's obvious Ojibway People did not follow prophecy at this time which means they have been Exterminated.



Chief Rocky Boy prepared our way. His Reservation is located a couple of miles south of Great Falls and quite large. It's name is Flathead Mountain Reservation. If you want to reach an afterlife, you have to move here. We have to deal with a bogus Little Shell Tribe trying to pass for chief Rocky Boy's Tribe of Chippewa Indians. They are trying to fool you. We have been warned by prophecy, that whites will try and fool Ojibway People. White media and white religions, are their main tools to fool Ojibway People and all other non whites.



To live again or reach an afterlife, you must become a citizen of chief Rocky Boy's Flathead Mountain Reservation. You also must be an Atheist (neutral) or follower of Chairman Mao who is Christ Our Savior. He stopped whites from taking over all of earth. If you are a Christian or Muslim, you will not be accepted because you are anti-Christ or anti-Savior. You don't want to be saved. Whites are fooling you. Blacks and Mexicans, agreed long ago to assimilate into white society where they will disappear over time. Other non whites are being used by white leaders, that will reject them, as they will reject Blacks and Mexicans. They have accepted their fate.



To become a citizen of chief Rocky Boy's Flathead Mountain Reservation, send an email with your name and address. Contact. An Ojibway surname will be provided to you for a citizenship identification. You also must move to chief Rocky Boy's Flathead Mountain Reservation. If you don't, we will not accept you. I already know it didn't happen. Since all Indian Reservations and Reserves in Canada and United States, are in fact Ojibway, you are welcome. If you have plenty of money, it will be very important to donate that money so we can establish an office, hire lawyers, initiate greenhouse farms and villages, ect. We will follow procedure and attempt to gain Federal Recognition. We already know white leaders will not recognize our nation. Sad thing is, we have proof. Leaders of Reservations and Reserves in Canada and United States, will not do anything. It they do anything, it will be to help white leaders. World leaders must now prepare in greater depth, survival means, if those catastrophes mentioned in Eight Stopping Places Prophecy (aka Seven Fires Prophecy) and Revelation, increase with greater deadliness. We are at that time. Be very cautious of white leaders. We have been warned about them. Non whites in these America's and Pacific Ocean Islands, have been Exterminated. China can have their land.





Wakashan Indians


These people are a mixture of Anishinabe and Wakashan with some Chinese mixture as well. They live in western British Columbia, from south of Prince Rupert to Vancouver Island, and also northwestern Washington State. Their land is located along the coast and inland. To the north are the Haisla Indians who live south of Prince Rupert; and to the south of them are the Bella Coola and Heiltsuk; and to the south of them are the Oweekeno; and south of them are the Kwakwala who also own about a third of Vancouver Island; and the Nuuchahnulth of western Vancouver Island; and the Makah of Washington State. Below is information about Wakashan communities and links to google earth photos of their communities. Below that is more information about Wakashan People who show strong similarities to Polynesians of Pacific Ocean's Islands.



Wakashan Communities

Cape Mudge Road View
Cape Mudge Road View
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Cape Mudge Road View

Quatsino Road View
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Quatsino Road View

Pacheedaht Road View
Pacheedaht Road View
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Pacheedaht Road View
Pacheedaht Road View

Makah Road View
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Makah Road View

Ahousaht or Marktosis Google Earth Satellite Image

Bella Bella Google Earth Satellite Image

Gwayasdums Google Earth Satellite Image

Haisla Google Earth Satellite Image

Malachan Google Earth Satellite Image

Oweekeno Google Earth



Haisla Indians of British Columbia
Population of their settlement (it is located around 20 miles south of Kitimaat) is 514 according to the 2011 census.
Language is Algonquian-Wakashan

Heiltsuk Indians of British Columbia
Population of their settlement is 1,132 according to the 2011 census.
Language is Algonquian-Wakashan

Kwakwala (Kwakiutl) Indians of British Columbia
On-Reserve population is 2,269 (it does not include off-Reserve population) according to 2011 census. There are 13 communities or Reserves, which make up the Kwakwakawakw who, as we know, are also known as Kwakwala and Kwakiutl. They live mainly on Vancouver Island but also on mainland. Most of these Reserves must be relocated if the Indian Race is going to survive. They include the following:

Campbell River First Nation - 2011 census - 424 live on-reserve - (they will be exterminated if not relocated).

Cape Mudge First Nation - 2011 census - 143 live on-reserve.

Gwasala-Nakwaxda'xw First Nation (better known as Tsulquate Reserve) - 2011 census - 491 live on-reserve - (they will be exterminated if not relocated).

Comox First Nation - 251 live on-reserve - (they will be exterminated if not relocated).

Kwicksutaineuk-ak-kwa-mish First Nation (better known as Gwayasdums Reserve) - 2011 census - live on-reserve 38.

Namgis or Nimpkish First Nation including Alert Bay First Nation & Danaxdaxw First Nation - 2011 census - 537 live on-reserve - (they will be exterminated if not relocated).

Quatsino First Nation - 2011 census - 214 live on-Reserve.

Tlatlasikwala First Nation including Hope Island Reserve - 2011 census - 15 live on-reserve.

Kwiahka First Nation with a total population of only 19 - they have agreed to move to their isolated Reserves.

Mamalilikulla Qwe Qwa Sotem First Nation with an on-reserve population of 0 - these people need help.

Kwakiutl First Nation - 46 live on-reserve - (they will be exterminated if not relocated).

Tsawataineuk First Nation - 2011 census - 91 live on-reserve.

Language is Algonquian-Wakashan



Nitinaht (Dididaht) Indians of British Columbia
Population is 690 but only 199 live on-reserve
Language is Algonquian-Wakashan

Nuuchahnulth Indians of British Columbia
Population is 8,147. They live on the western and southern portion of Vancouver Island. They have a total of 13 First Nations on large Vancouver Island. They include the following:

Ahousaht First Nation with a population of over 2,000 but only 661 live on-reserve.

Ehattesaht First Nation with a population of 294 but only 89 live on-reserve.

Hesquiaht First Nation with a population of 653 but only 113 live on-reserve

Kyuquot/Cheklesaht First Nation with a population of 486

Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation with a population of 520 but only 226 live on-reserve

Huuayaht First Nation with a population of 598 but only 100 live on-reserve

Hupacasath First Nation with a population of 256 but only 158 live on-reserve

Tlaoquiaht First Nation with a population of 881 but only 350 live on-reserve

Toquaht First Nation with a population of 117 but only 19 live on-reserve

Tseshaht First Nation with a population of 918 but only 430 live on-reserve

Uchucklesaht First Nation with a population of 181 but only 27 live on-reserve

Ucluelet First Nation with a population of 606 but only 205 live on-reserve

Language is Algonquian-Wakashan



Oweekeno Indians of British Columbia
Population of their settlement is only 85 with a total population of only 300 according to the 2006 census.
Language is Algonquian-Wakashan

Pacheedaht Indians of British Columbia
Population on-reserve is 101.
Language is Algonquian-Wakashan

Makah Indians of Washington
Population: 1,414 according to 2010 census. Main settlement is Neah Bay which has a population of 868 according to 2010 census.

Language is Algonquian-Wakashan



Their Algonquian-Wakashan dialect is classified as coastal Wakashan, excepting that of the Nuxalk or Bella Coola Indians. They were at one time a very numerous people who were civilized. They were fond of a totemic system which, to those Anishinabe people who have done their Anishinabe homework, know represents a relationship to the Anishinabe people exists. They are famous for their totem poles and were a civilized people who built their homes using wooden planks. Wakashan tribal history has been stolen from them by the whites.



An example of their population before the white invasion follows: First European population estimates for the Nuxalk (Bella Coola) was 35,000 which means when including all of these people which make up the Wakashan Indians, their population was likely over 300,000 before the whites invaded. In 1862, the evil white race launched a devastating plague warfare assault on the Indians living in British Columbia. It is estimated that the population of the Bella Coola Indians was reduced to only 300. Then we have the other Wakashan Tribes who include the Heiltsuk Tribe, the Haisla, the Kwakwala, the Makah, the Nuuchahnulth, the Oweekeno, and the Wuikinuxv Tribe. If the same occurred to the other Wakashan Tribes it means their population was reduced to less than 3,000, if not less than 2,000. It had to have been one of the worst recorded cases of plague warfare used by the evil white race against Native Americans. The Indians who lived near the coast were hardest hit by the use of cowardly plague warfare, than those who lived much further inland.



After the 1862 plague ended, the whites just walked in and took over. Anishinabe ogimak along the west coast of British Columbia were powerless to do anything against the white invaders. However, they did send for military support from the Anishinabek who lived much further eastward, in the Alberta and Montana region. Since the whites were already strongly established in western British Columbia and western Washington by the early 1860s, all the Anishinabek from the Alberta and Montana region could do was fight the white invaders in central and eastern British Columbia, and Idaho and Montana. The whites had already brought most of Oregon and Washington under their control by the early 1860s. After the wars in the 1860s and 1870s ended, the whites fraudulently brought the Haisla, Heiltsuk, Kwakwala, Makah, Nuuchahnulth, Nuxalk (Bella Coola), and the Oweekeno land under their control.



However, the Anishinabe ogimak and their Wakashan allies, did not cede their land to the whites. White leaders forced the few survivors to relocate or they relocated elsewhere on their own. That be to the interior of British Columbia. Many also ended up living scattered across Vancouver Island and other islands off the coast. These Anishinabe and Wakashan people, were known for building large canoes and sailing far out into the pacific in seach of fish, seals, and whales. They may have even made voyages as far away as Hawaii, Japan, and Korea in the 19th century. As for their current total population, it is between 20,000 to 25,000. Most, however, live off-reserve. A far cry from the 100,000s they used to number.

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