Empire Washitaw Media Release 2017 Convention
Royal Legacy of Matriarchs
On June 20, 2015, Empire Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah Mu’urs Nation officially crowned our new Empress of our nation. Her Highness Divine Empress Wendy Farica Washitaw comes from the seed line of strong intutive matriarchs dating back over 25,000 years ago from the Land of Mu. The past legacy of Matriarchal Spirit will help guide her in all her decision making for our Empire. Her Highness Divine Empress Wendy Farica Washitaw is the granddaughter of our late Empress Verdiacee Tiara Washitaw Turner Goston El Bey. She was given the Golden Rose Heirloom that is traditionally passed from Empress to Empress within the Empire Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah Mu’urs Nation. We look forward to watching her guide us with her knowledge, her intutiveness, and her compassion for humanity. You may contact her at Wendy de Dugdahmoundyah on facebook.
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Selling North Louisiana to Chinese investors
Updated: March 3, 2013 3:51 PM PDT
A group of Chinese investors will visit Northwest Louisiana on Saturday.
They’ll visit the former GM plant, as well as the port.
The chairman of China Private Investment Association wants to see if and how North Louisiana can help his country.
The group is interested in energy and agriculture.
Through a spokesman, the chairman said that is two things North Louisiana can offer.
Right now, China relies on coal to fire its plants.
Northwest Louisiana sits on the Haynesville Shale and it’s natural gas resource.
Natural gas would be a cleaner energy for the Chinese.
The use of coal is also impacting the country’s food supply.
Northeast Louisiana can offer corn, soybeans and rice.
This meeting in Baton Rouge was organized by Rep. Patrick Williams.
He says Shreveport is poised for growth.
The job is to now convince this group to invest in the area.
China wants Louisiana nutria
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