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The Amurru Washitaw Dedugdahmoundyah Muurs (Moors) were originally a group of priests from the Egypt of the west (Old Egypt), also known as the Dogon/Olmecs/Mayans. The term Washitaw is a corruption of Ursahtaw, the father and mothers of the mystics. In Egyptian, Ursahtaw is Urrashet, the winged sun disk, which symbolizes the highest knowledge, the pineal gland being open.

The Sumerian god, “Amurru,” is actually the origin to words like Amaru/Ameru/Ameri, which are root words to America (Amurru-Ka). America is actually a corruption of Amen-Ra-Ka. It’s strange how everything comes from the Egypt of the West, which is old Egypt. Read my post that I did on Facebook years ago that proves that Egypt was also in the Americas, because the god Ptah (a pre-dynastic Egyptian deity /Atlantean god) is from the Americas. Yes, Ptah (Judah) is from the Americas because his Territory was Ptah/Utah/Judah territory which covered Mexico and several states: California, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Texas. Additionally, Ptah was also the chief god of Luxor in Memphis, Tennessee, which was in the Americas
The Amurru Washitaw Dedugdahmoundyah Muurs (Moors) lay claim to the following land by and through bloodline: de bourbon Estate, also known as The Emperial International Estate of the Bourbon Hapsburg Empire which includes Western Europe: The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switerland, Germany, Italy, Sicily, Naples, Sardina, Spain, and Portugal. As well as most of North America and Caribbean in addition to Central and South America; and all of North America west of the Emperial Demarcation Line (1713) or British Royal Proclamation Line (1763).
The Washitaw Muurs enjoy diversity of citizenship jurisdiction, because they are a nation within a nation. All Washitaw Muurs enjoy dual citizenship status. They are citizens of the United States of America, not the United States, and citizens of the Washitaw Nation.



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