Ancient America's Mississippian Culture


As an Amer-Indian, Gullah-Geechee woman, Sufia Giza is descended from Mississippian Moundbuilders through her mom’s McQueen line, tracing from Cofetazque, South Carolina to Talisi, Alabama. 


In her book, Moundbuilders of Ancient America: A Legacy Reclaimed, Ms. Giza has combined 38 years of research with the latest DNA Technology. In 2017, using tools to trace her ancestor's early Migrations out of Africa and into America, her DNA results pin-point Ancient Amer-Indian Ancestry in Mesoamerica, linking  her Heritage with the Ancient Ohlone, Serrano, Muskogee and Olmec ethnicities.

Starlina Hadjo, Wind Clan Woman

A Red Stick Creek Matriarch


Moundbuilders of Ancient
America: A Legacy Reclaimed
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Smudging with sage for the Ancestors 

@Etowah, GA, (2015)

Moundbuilders of Ancient America

Book Trailer, (2019)

Amer-Indian Culture:


Try smudging or cleansing your environment with a traditional sage & cedar smudge wand to remove negative energy.

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