Pledge of Allegiance (United States) - Wikipedia

Nephi, whose name is similar to Nephilim (Hebrew: fallen angels) we remember as "The divider of God's children," the youngest brother of La'n, had become the head of his tribe after the death of his father Lehi. Both Lehi and Nephi, "The divider of God's children," would not allow Native American people into their tribe because they believed that because the Native Americans' skin was a color that was different, it was an indication of God's negative judgement in their creation; they felt that God had marked these people with a different color as a punishment. In spite of the ancient presence of this human poison in which one race has hatred for another, a poison that taints not only the mind of the possessor of this idea but results in the slandered person reacting to this hatred in kind, by developing hatred for those persons slandering their creation as inferior. For a while, there was peace and cooperation between the two tribes. Some of Nephi's, "The divider of God's children's people would join La'n's people and vice a versa, as they were free to choose and so do. But the ancient human poison of telling someone that God is punishing someone because they look different from the person spreading those poisonous thoughts kept infecting Nephi, "The divider of God's children's tribe and they kept saying that lie over and over, until the presence as neighbors of these darker color humans could no longer be tolerated by the lighter tribe. The people of La'n were called by the people of Nephi, "The divider of God's children," to be "La'nites" (Lamanites).

The Pledge of Allegiance - US History

But Laman (La'n) was spoken to by the spirit of Yo hee wah, which spoke to La'n's soul. He therefore instantly knew and believed that it was God's will and thus righteous for his people to bring and teach the word of the one God Yo hee wah who created all things to the multitudes of the Native American people. But Lehi and his youngest son Nephi, which means a cleansing of people, cursed by God ( Maccabees 1:36 "And Neemias called this thing Naphthar, which is as much as to say, a cleansing: but many men call it Nephi, "The divider of God's children. " "He was adamant in his racism, as was his father Lehi, even unto war, to cleanse his people, of those Native Americans, who he judged were marked by God, (with a darker skin color, as a punishment) disagreed, saying that the difference in the color of the skin of the Native Americans showed that they were being punished for their sins or the sins of their ancestors, which would mean that God had made people without souls. La'n knew in his heart that this was wrong. His father and brother's pronouncement of God's judgment of the Native Americans would be degrading the Native Americans to an animal state, and as La'n knew from the revelation he had received from the Great Spirit of Yo hee wah, there was no such human on earth. The tribe of La'n became as one people with the Native Americans and their choice to receive the word of God as a basis of how to conduct their lives brought great joy and spiritual gifts of priceless value to all. They became one people--the Ani u wi yah, the principal people of Yo hee wah--and such became so, that the people of this tribe of La'n began multiplying.

Pledge of Allegiance and its "under God" phrase

New International Version But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel other than the one we preached to you, let them be under God's curse!

So Sequoyah decided to leave the United States to go back to the Cherokees who called themselves the principal people; his plan was to follow the group of the Cherokees who practiced the teachings of this most ancient religion of the One God. Sequoyah was determined to find their first home in the Americas. He had heard of this place in the ancient stories; he knew that it was in a valley that was located up high, in the valley of the mountains of the moon, and that this valley was named for the people, the Cha la'n gee, (which in english is Laman, and in ancient Hebrew is Lam an', meaning "a Shepherd of God. Originally the principle people were Identified as being of the followers of La'n, as being the Cha La'n Gee, after His family and it teachings, they had received from the the one God of all Things, YO HE WAH,and had been passed down from Cha La'n Gee to Cha La'n Gee, priest The principle people, became to outsiders, as Cha Ra Gee, meaning the people who are Shepherd, by God. The "Ra " was documented in the early colonial days, who ruled this mountain valley, which was an Alpine rain forest. It was the Cha la'n gee who called themselves the principal people, which also means the chosen people, and who had brought the word of God to all of the Native Americans from across the big water, from the land where Yo hee wah the One God first spoke to people. Cherokees, or any other person who chooses to follow the teachings of the One God, knew that it was taught to and expected of that person to go to water daily to be clean, and to thank the one God who created all things for the gift of water which is the gift of life. Sequoyah had heard the ancient stories of the first church of the One God, in this land of the Americas which was called Ka tu wa, and it was up on the mountain above this high valley where, when the Cha la'n gee went to water, the springs, creeks and rivers of this valley were not too hot nor too cold. These ancient Cherokee made their homes and churches in the protective caves of the high valley, which was a practice of the principal people, or the chosen people, in the most ancient of their times, especially in times of danger or transition to a new unknown land. The protective caves of the high valley were plentiful, as was the abundance of clean ama (water). Thus, Sequoyah set out to be back with the people of the Valley of the Mountains of the Moon, the people from whom he had originally descended. Sequoyah then left his forced residence in the Indian territory of Oklahoma, living in the zone of the Cherokee Immigrant Council, and went looking for his lost Cherokee, who had chosen over 100 years earlier to leave the United States and go back to this first homeland in the Americas