SOUTH FLORIDA
NEWSWEEK
FEB 22-MARCH 5 1999

Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah Empire International/
Washitaw Proper Indigenous Emperial

court U.N. 215 c/o Post Office Box 1509, City Columbia: Via U.S.A..
postal zone 71418 Mailing Emperial residence 2567 Highway 4 east,
Winnsboro, Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah

Service to:
Michael Baumann, et al, developers, via A. Vicki Garcia-Toledo, attorney
A. Vicki Garcia-Toledo, as officer of the Corporate Court
Brickell Point, Ltd., via A. Vicki Garcia-Toledo
Jose Carollo, Mayor, corporate City of Miami
Alex Penelas, Mayor, corporate Miami-Dade county
Jeb Bush, Governor corporate State of Florida
Corporate United States of America via Janet Reno, Attorney General

Moved and Filed in:
Floridae Province
Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah
9 February 1999
No. 000209099

NOTICE AND ORDER TO CEASE AND DESIST

Whereas the most inferior of the Indigenous Emperial Washitaw Court is
superior to the supreme court and the Supreme Court of the corporate
United States and
Whereas the corporate United States and its subsidiaries the corporate
States and Commonwealths; and their subsidiaries the corporate Counties,
Parishes, etc.; and their subsidiaries the corporate Cities, Towns,
Townships, Villages, etc., etc.: and
Whereas none of the aforementioned entities, legal fictions, privately
held corporations own any land nor do they have any jurisdiction
whatsoever (including but not limited to Martial Rule, Martial Law,
Maritime Rule, Maritime Law, Admiralty Rule, Admiralty Law) over any
private property/lands owned by indigenous people and
Whereas the Floridae Province, Empire Washitaw de Dugdamoundyah (which
includes the "area" mis-known and fraudulently misrepresented as
"Florida") is and has been for 11,500 plus years been the wholly owned
land/private property of the hereditary Empresses of the Washitaw de
Dugdahmoundyah Empire; and
Whereas the foreign privately owned corporate United States and its
corporate subsidiaries are illegally and unLawfully operating on
lands/private property owned by Her Emperial Highness, the Empress of
the Emperial Washitaw Nation and within the borders of the Empire
Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah in direct violation of their own corporate
regulations a/k/a "statutes" and "laws;" and
Whereas the same corporate United States and its corporate
subsidiaries are operating without the fifty (50) square miles as
established as the boundaries of their original 13 colonies (the lands
said colonies being situated on still remaining the wholly owned
lands/private property of Her Emperial Highness, the hereditary
Empresses of the Washitaw Emperial Nation); and
Whereas such operations of said United States et al are in direct
violation of their laws; and in direct violation of the Natural and
International laws of the Empire Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah; and
Whereas such operations of said United States of America are in direct
violation of International Law. Said corporate States and Commonwealths
being bound by the same International laws as their parent corporation
the corporate United States of America a/k/a corporate United States
a/k/a United States. Their parent corporation the United States being a
member and signatory of the United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland and
being fully bound by the Statutes, Laws, Resolutions and Articles
thereof including but not limited to United Nations Economic and Social
Council: E/CN.4/Sub2/1994/2/Add.1; 20 April 3.994; Commission On Human
Rights, Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities, Forty-sixth session, Item 15 of the provisional agenda;
Discrimination Against Indigenous Peoples, Technical review of the
United Nations draft declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples,
Addition, Draft Declaration as Agreed Upon by the Members of the Working
Group at its Eleventh Session (see Exhibit A); and United Nations,
Geneva, Switzerland, Economic and Social Council
E/CN.4/Sub2/Ac.4/1996/INF.1,2 August 1996, Commission on Human Rights,
Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities, Working Group on Indigenous Populations, Fourteenth session,
Geneva, 29 July - 2 August 1996. Final List of Attendance, Part 1, Page
21 (see exhibit B) included herein; and
Whereas the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland has recognized the
Empire Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah as the Oldest indigenous People on
Earth, and has assigned them the status of Indigenous People's Project
No. 215/93 (see Exhibit C); and
Whereas all said trades and or purchases from Indian Chiefs, and as
alleged by the United States, England, France and Spain, are fraudulent
and lies for the reason there are no Indians in Washitaw de
Dugdahmoundyah (Columbus did not discover India not America. Columbus
landed in Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah); there are no "Chiefs" in Washitaw
de Dugdahmoundyah (chief is an English word); no males can sell and or
trade and or grant Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah lands. ALL lands are the
private property of Her Emperial Highness, the hereditary Empresses of
the Emperial Washitaw Nation, coming down through the daughters and not
the sons, and have never been sold, nor traded, nor granted to anyone
for any reason whatsoever; and never will be; and
Whereas the site mis-known and fraudulently mis-represented as
Brickell Point a portion of the COMPLETE Estate of Mary Brickell and
William B. Brickell of the said County of Dade of the said State of
Florida. The following described property or land; the South half of
Section three, the South half of Section four, the South half of Section
five, all of Section eight, nine, ten and seventeen in Township fifty
South Range two East from the Law of Great Britain under United States
survey; three- thousand, three-hundred and-thirty four and 42/100 of
acres in said corporate County of Dade; and other land from the United
States; the South half of the North West quarter of Section two in
Township fifty South Range forty-one East, that had been purchased by
Charles C.B. Brickell and his heirs - Mary Brickell, the South one-half
of the quarter of Section thirty-five, Township fifty-three, Range
forty-one East, also the South one-half of South one-half of the North
East one-fourth of the North East one-fourth of Section sixteen,
Township forty-three of Range forty-three East, also the North one-half
of the North one-quarter of the North one-quarter of the North one-half
of the South one-half of North East one-quarter Section sixteen,
Township forty-three South Range forty-three East; also the North East
one-quarter of the East one-quarter of Section sixteen, Township
forty-three of Range forty-three East; also two acres beginning at a
stake marking the South West corner of land allegedly belonging to E.
Whidder, running 365 East then 238 7/10 feet West 365 feet North and 238
7/10 feet to the beginning being a point of the East 2, Section 6,
Township forty-one, South Range forty-three east; also the canal and
coastline section, Township 38 South Range forty-one East is the North
West quarter of the South West quarter of Section two, of Township
thirty-eight South, Range forty-one East; also the North East of North
West one-quarter of the South West one-quarter of Section two Township
thirty-eight, South Range forty-one east and the ENTIRE Brickell Estate
nor limited to just this written here and shown in the alleged deeds as
issued under Fraud by the British Crown (which is the sole owner of the
corporate United States) and as issued under Fraud by the corporate
United States (which is the sole owner of the corporate State of
Florida) and issued under Fraud by the corporate State of Florida (which
is the sole owner of the corporate County of Dade, etc.) and as issued
under Fraud by corporate Dade County (which is the sole owner of the
corporate City of Miami) and as issued under Fraud by the corporate City
of Miami and or any of its subsidiaries, agencies, etc. a part of which
are attached hereto as Exhibits D is and has been for over 11,500 years
the private property/land of the indigenous Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah
Empire, DROIT DROIT; and
Whereas the site being referred to by the media as "the Miami circle"
and "the Miami mystery circle" is in fact an indigenous people's
monument. It is part of our indigenous ancient technology that
interacts with the environment and the Earth's energy systems. This
site is sacred and part of a much larger site including astronomical
observatories, "administration buildings", medical facilities, temples,
housing, burial sites and much more (most of which have already been
desecrated by the foreign and corporate entities Illegally, unLawfully
and without authority operating on this private indigenous property)
(see Exhibits E); and
To in any way tamper with or remove this site would be pulling the
plug on Miami as this site interacts with other sacred sites around the
world as well as the Earth's energy grids including the Key Lines; and
The representatives of the indigenous Emperial Washitaw Government
were at a meeting of Dade Heritage Trust on Monday, 8 February 1999,
knowing full well that a representative of Michael Bauman et al was in
attendance, and told the group there, point blank, that the site could
not be tampered with in any way, including moving ANY PART of it or
building on it; and
Whereas, the aforementioned site and area is hereby confiscated and
all activities thereon not specifically authorized in writing by Her
Emperial Highness, The Empress, are hereby Estopped; and
All building and other permits as issued by the corporate City of
Miami or any of its parent corporations are hereby made NULL and VOID ab
initio, for the reason that they are not authorized by the Laws of the
Emperial Washitaw Government, DROIT DROIT, and are therefore Fraudulent
in their surface and substance; and
All sales, titles, grants, patents and alleged deeds issued by the
corporate United States of America and or any of its subsidiaries, as
noted herein generally and or specifically, among which are the
corporate State of Florida, corporate Counties of Monroe Broward, Dade
and Miami Dade are hereby made NULL and VOID ab initio as they are/were
not authorized by the indigenous Emperial Washitaw Nation, DROIT DROIT;
and
Whereas the ONLY Legal and Lawful Government Officials authorized to
be on this land /private property are Officials of the Emperial Washitaw
Government and the only "law enforcement" that have been/are permitted
on this land are INTERPOL/International Police (sans any United States
citizens and or British subjects) and United Nations, Geneva,
Switzerland, Peace Keeping Troops (sans any United States citizens and
or British subjects); and
Whereas anyone not specifically authorized , in writing by the
Emperial Washitaw Government, to be on this site is hereby estopped from
being thereon and shall be guilty of Criminal Trespass and Violating the
Borders of a Foreign Nation under indigenous Emperial Natural Law and
International Law, DROIT DROIT; and
ALL artifacts of every description or otherwise, regardless of when
found, uncovered etc., regardless of where located and or whose
possession they are in and ALL records of every kind and description
relating to this indigenous people's site are to be immediately
surrendered to the indigenous Emperial Washitaw Government, DROIT DROIT.
So Mote It Be: DROIT DROIT.
This Tenth day of the Second month in the year Nineteen-hundred,
ninety-nine.
Signed and Sealed

Her Emperial Highness Verdiacee "Tiari" Washitaw-Turner Goston El-Bey:
Empress
Uaxashktun * Uaxactun * Wst * Sbt * Tau.

(Original Copy Of Document On File. This is The Text Of The Original
Document)



EXHIBITS SUMMARY

EXHIBIT A
United Nations Economic and Social Council: E/CN. 4/Sub. 2/1994/2/Add.1
20 April 3.994; Commission on Human Rights, Sub-Commission on
Prevention Of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Forty sixth
session, Item 15 of the provisional Agenda.
Page 3/Article 5
Every indigenous individual has the right to a nationality.
Page 4/Article 7
Indigenous peoples have the collective and individual right not to be
subjected to ethnocide and cultural genocide, including prevention of
and redress for;
(a) Any action which has the aim or effect of depriving them of their
integrity as a distinct peoples, or of their cultural values or ethnic
identities;
(b) Any action which has the aim or effect of dispossessing them of
their lands, territories or resources;
(c) Any form of population transfer which has the aim or effect of
violating or undermining any of their rights;
(d) Any form of assimilation or integration by other measures;
(e) Any form of propaganda directed against them.

Page 5/Articles II(c); PART III, Article 12; Article 13
ArtII(c) Force indigenous individuals to abandon their lands,
territories or means of subsistence , or relocate them in special
centers for military purposes.
Art. 12: Indigenous peoples have the right to practice and revitalize
their cultural traditions and customs. This includes the right to
maintain, protect and develop the past, present and future
manifestations of their cultures, such as archeological and historical
sites, artifacts, designs, ceremonies, technologies and visual and
performing arts and literature, as well as the right to the restitution
of cultural, intellectual, religious and spiritual property taken
without their free and informed consent or in violation of their laws
and customs.
Art. 13: Indigenous peoples have the right to manifest, practice,
develop and teach their spiritual and religious traditions, customs and
ceremonies; the right to maintain, protect and have access in privacy to
their religious and cultural sites; the right to the use and control of
ceremonial objects; and the right to the repatriation of human remains.
States shall take effective measures, in conjunction with the
indigenous peoples concerned to ensure that indigenous sacred places,
including burial sites , be preserved, respected and protected.

Page 6/PART IV; Article 15, 1st and 2nd paras; Article 16, first para;
Article 17, 2nd para:
Art 15: Indigenous children have the right to all levels and forms of
education of the state. All indigenous peoples also have this right and
the right to establish and control their educational systems and
institutions providing education in their own languages, in a manner
appropriate to their cultural methods of teaching and learning.
Indigenous children living outside their communities have the right to
be provided access to education and public information.
Art. 16: Indigenous peoples have the right to have the dignity and
diversity of their cultures, traditions, histories and aspirations
appropriately reflected in all forms of education and public
information.
Art.17: States shall take effective measures to ensure that State-owned
media duly reflect indigenous cultural diversity.
Page 9/PART VI, Article 29, para 1: Article 30.
Art. 29: Indigenous peoples are entitled to the recognition of the full
ownership, control and protection of their cultural and intellectual
property.
Art 30: Indigenous peoples have the right to determine and develop
priorities and strategies for the development or use of their lands,
territories and other resources, including the right to require that
states obtain their free and informed consent prior to the approval of
any project affecting their lands, territories or other resources,
particularly in connections with the development, utilization or
exploitation of mineral, water or other resources. Pursuant to
agreement with the indigenous peoples concerned, just and fair
compensation shall be provided for any such activities and measures
taken to mitigate adverse environmental, economic, social, cultural or
spiritual impact.

Page 10, PART VII, Article 35.
Art 35: Indigenous peoples, in particular those divided by international
borders, have the right to maintain and develop contacts, relations and
cooperation including activities for spiritual, cultural, political,
economic and social purposes, with other peoples across borders.

States shall take effective measures to ensure the exercise and
implementation of this right.

EXHIBIT B
United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland, Economic and Social Council,
E/CN.4/Sub.2/Ac.
4/1996/INF. 1, 2 August 1996, COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS,
Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities, Working Group on Indigenous Populations, Fourteenth session,
Geneva, 29 July-2 August 1996.

Page 21: FINAL LIST OF ATTENDANCE, PART I

I. Members
WASHITAW DE DUGDAHMOUNDYAH NEW IYET
OLDEST INDIGENOUS PEOPLES ON EARTH
Mr. Ra Anubis Umar
Shabazz Bey
Ms. Denise Wilson-El
Mrs. Verdiacee Goston El-Bey
Mr. Paul Miles
Ms. Felicia Martin-Bey

EXHIBIT C
United Nations Center for Human Rights, Ch.1211 Geneve 10, Switzerland.
Helen McLaughlin, Secretariat, International Year of the World's
Indigenous People, July 1993. (document)

Refers to United Nations Projects Registered Since 1 March 1993

WASHITAW NATION
Your project has been registered as Project Number 215/93

EXHIBIT D
Refers to Said Acquisition Of Land Known As Brickell Estate (12 page
document)




EXHIBIT E
Refers To Various Miami Herald Articles January 3 Thru February 4, 1999,
Regarding The Miami Circle,

Note: Original copies of this signed and sealed NOTICE AND ORDER TO
CEASE AND DESIST were served on the named entities, from the Washitaw
Capital, and have been received by them.


AASHID SITE INDEX

HMN

WASHITAW
de
DUGDAHMOUNDYAH

DEFORD BAILEY STORY

AASHID BIOGRAPHY PAGE

PRINTED MEDIA OLD and NEW

AASHID SITE at SPACE FOR MUSIC

THE MOUNTAIN SOUL BAND HOME

AASHID'S ART SELECTIONS GALLERY

AASHID and FRIENDS PHOTO GALLERY

TRIBAL SPIRIT BOOK (Entire Is Book Online)

THE MILLION MAN MARCH PHOTO GALLERY

WOMAN ON THE PLATEAU (ENTIRE SCREENPLAY)

 

Please email me at: aashid@goarchie.com


WE ARE

ONE HEART

 

GoArchie.com HOMEPAGE