Sacred Buffalo Born
Native Americans believe that the birth of a Sacred White Buffalo heralds in a time of hope and renewal for humanity. A white buffalo calf was born in Arizona on June 4, 2006
Picture taken by Dena Riley, 2006
Date: 6/9/2006 2:37:26 PM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 6779 times
ANOTHER WHITE BUFFALO BORN
"Little Dream Walker" Born June 4, 2006 7:00 P.M.
"It's never been done in History. The White Buffalo Ranch NOW has 8 white buffalo in their herd and they are all from the same family. This female (Miracle Moon) has given us five of the eight and her two daughters has each given us white babies. Her two white daughters are both due to birth soon. Could there be three more white ones? We will all see in just a short period of time?
The Only, Proven, DNA tested white buffalo herd known in history.
Come Join The Celebration!!
Spirit Mountain Ranch
20 miles from Flagstaff Arizona
On Highway 180/ milepost 236.5
Enroute to the Grand Canyon
See you there!!"
White Buffalo at Spirit Mountain Ranch
Spirit Mountain Ranch http://www.sacredwhitebuffalo.org/index.html
"The birth of a white buffalo is a rare occurance indeed. Only one in 10 million buffalo is born white. The Creator has blessed the world and all its inhabitants with a family of White Buffalo. At Spirit Mountain Ranch these White Buffalo include Miracle Moon, Rainbow Spirit, Arizona Spirit, Mandela Peace Pilgrim, Sunrise Spirit, Spirit Thunder, and Chief Hiawatha.
Now, more than ever recent events that are taking place worldwide are a wake-up call to seek connection to the divine Great Spirit or God that resides within us. The return of the White Buffalo is another physical sign from the world of Spirit, ready and waiting to help us walk in our world with wisdom, knowledge, peace and love. Regardless of our race, color or form, we are all brothers and sisters who live on the same Earth mother. It is time to respect and honor each individual as we ourselves would like to be respected."
More About Sacred White Buffalo:
The White Buffalo Legend
"The White Buffalo are sacred to many Native Americans. The Lakota (Sioux) Nation has passed down the The Legend of the White Buffalo--a story now approximately 2,000 years old... There are several variations, but all are meaningful, and tell of the same outcome: Have communication with the Creator through prayer with clear intent for Peace, Harmony and Balance for all life living in the Earth Mother.
The legend of the White Buffalo Calf Woman tells how the People had lost the ability to communicate with the Creator. The Creator sent the sacred White Buffalo Calf Woman to teach the People how to pray with the Pipe. With that Pipe, seven sacred ceremonies were given for the people to abide in order to ensure a future with harmony, peace, and balance.
Legend says that long ago, two young men were out hunting when from out of nowhere came a beautiful maiden dressed in white buckskin. One of the hunters looked upon her and recognizing her as a wakan, or sacred being, lowered his eyes. The second hunter approached her with lust in his eyes, desiring her for his woman. White Buffalo Calf Woman beckoned the lustful warrior to her, and as he approached a cloud of dust arose around them causing them to be hidden from view. When the dust settled, nothing but a pile of bones lay next to her. As she walked toward the respectful young hunter, White Buffalo Calf Woman instructed the young man to go back to the People and tell them to prepare for her arrival to teach them of the way to pray. The young hunter obeyed. When White Buffalo Calf woman arrived with the sacred bundle (the prayer pipe) she taught the People of the seven sacred ways to pray. These prayers are through ceremonies that include the Sweat Lodge for purification; the Naming Ceremony for child naming; the Healing Ceremony to restore health to the body, mind and spirit; the Adoption ceremony for making of relatives; the Marriage Ceremony for uniting male and female; the Vision Quest for communing with the Creator for direction and answers to one's life; and the Sundance Ceremony to pray for the well-being of all the People.
When the teaching of the sacred ways was complete, White Buffalo Calf Woman told the people she would again return for the sacred bundle that she left with them. Before leaving, she told them that within her were the four ages, and that she would look back upon the People in each age, returning at the end of the fourth age, to restore harmony and spirituality to a troubled land. She walked a short distance, she looked back towards the people and sat down. When she arose they were amazed to see she had become a black buffalo. Walking a little further, the buffalo laid down, this time arising as a yellow buffalo. The third time the buffalo walked a little further and this time arose as a red buffalo. Walking a little further she rolled on the ground and rose one last time as a white buffalo calf.
The changing of the four colors of the White Buffalo Calf Woman represents the four colors of man--white, yellow, red and black. These colors also represent the four directions, north, east, south and west. The sacred bundle that was left to the Lakota people is still with the People in a sacred place on the Cheyenne River Indian reservation in South Dakota. It is kept by a man known as the Keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe, Arvol Looking Horse.
The legend of the White Buffalo Calf Woman remains ever promising in this age of spiritual enlightenment and conscious awareness. In today's world of confusion and war many of us are looking for signs of peace. 'With the return of the White Buffalo it is a sign that prayers are being heard, that the sacred pipe is being honored, and that the promises of prophecy are being fulfilled. White Buffalo signals a time of abundance and plenty.'
Though our world may be harsh, throughout recorded history there have been spiritual leaders teaching peace, hope and balance among all life. This was taught by great teachers such as Jesus, Buddha, the Dali Lama's, and Native American elders. Chief Crazy Horse, Chief Seattle, and Chief Red Cloud are a few of the visionary leaders who committed their lives to bring peace, and internal happiness to all who they touched. They were tangible signs of goodwill toward all men, women and children."
The Story of Miracle, Sacred White Buffalo
Born: August 20, 1994 Died: September 19, 2004
"Miracle, the Sacred White Female Buffalo Calf, was born on the farm of Dave, Valerie, and Corey Heider near Janesville, Wisconsin during the morning of August 20, 1994. Not an albino, she was considered to be the first white buffalo calf born since 1933. Furthermore, she was extremely important to the religious beliefs of many American Indian and Canadian First Nations tribes.
The Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota Nations (known collectively as the Sioux) were considered Miracle's primary spiritual guardians and she played a pivotal role in the fulfillment of their most revered prophecies. However, her place in the prophecies and beliefs of many tribes made her a highly sacred symbol to many of the American Indian Nations across the continent. She was seen by a vast number of people as a symbol of hope and renewal for humanity and for harmony between all peoples, all races, in our world today."
"Many Native elders from around the world celebrated the coming of the 'white buffalo calf" as the prophecy's had spoken about for many years before, that it's birth would be the beginning of the 'coming together of all of the peoples of the world.'
There was four days of intensive ceremonial and spiritual rituals performed by many elders and medicine people, and we all rejoiced at her birth!
After the four days of ceremonies, many went on their way back home.
But this was NOT the end. Over the next 10 years, it has been estimated that over 1 MILLION people have visited the little ranch in Wisconsin to see MIRACLE.
Miracle changed color four times as it was said that she would through many Native American visions, representing the four colors of the 'people of the world,' and each time there seemed to be a 'shift' in the affairs of the world around us. This too was foretold and was welcomed each time with another ceremony.
I hope and pray that her life was not a waste. I hope and pray that the 'coming together of all people' in peace and harmony will take place as it has been spoken about, through her existence. I ask that we stop warring against one another and remember the words of our old ones....... 'MITAKUYE OYASIN - WE ARE ALL RELATED! '"
--Tony Palmer - President / Producer Oyate Music Recordings - http://www.oyatemusic.com
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