I have read much of the Olmecs and other groups of people that lived sex in the woods
Central and South America but had never heard of the Washitaw.
Thank you for your feedback, Theresa, but are you saying that what the Washitaw claim is not true? Thank you for sharing your feedback, Anakhanda! They dutifully show up for church, participate as needed, some even tithe, but the majority are content to let their pastor read the word, pray and bring a message to them on Sunday.
I always like to read about different native cultures and I haven't researched the Washitaw. Washitaw claims and those that are not. Thanks for the information on the Washitaw and Black Indians, Bard of Ely. Thanks for commenting,he is a horrible person on earth and driving everyone crazy through his tweets and policies.
Thanks for reading and commenting. But my stepdaughter said that it was very interesting and that even if I didn't agree with him, I would at least know what the other side was espousing straight from the horse's mouth. They delegate their responsibility to pursue God to have a relationship with Him, to the pastor and believe that all is well.
The political congregation is content and believes that voting for a candidate that professes their faith fulfills their responsibility.