Spiritual: White buffalo have returned: are we considering the message? – Native History Online

Spiritual: White buffalo have returned: are we considering the message? – Native History Online

Dakota Miracle, a white bison, is seen grazing. Dakota Miracle is seven and a member of the museum's herd.

Dakota Miracle, a white bison, is seen grazing. Dakota Miracle is seven and a member of the museum's herd.

White Cloud, the albino bison, stands with her calf named Dakota Miracle in a pasture at the National Buffalo Museum in Jamestown, North Dakota, USA. The white bison is sacred to most Plains Indian tribes and is often seen as a sign of great changes in the world. To some tribes it is a blessing. Others believe it is a sign of peace, prosperity, unity and hope.

White Cloud, the albino bison, stands with her calf named Dakota Miracle in a pasture at the National Buffalo Museum in Jamestown, North Dakota, USA. The white bison is sacred to most Plains Indian tribes and is often seen as a sign of great changes in the world. To some tribes it is a blessing. Others believe it is a sign of peace, prosperity, unity and hope.

A Rare White Bison Was Born Into A Herd Belonging To The Sioux Valley Dakota Nation

A Rare White Bison Was Born Into A Herd Belonging To The Sioux Valley Dakota Nation

Native Americans celebrate birth of white bison

Native Americans celebrate birth of white bison

Native Americans wore the traditional garb of their ancestors, sang songs and beat drums on a western Connecticut farm Saturday in celebration of the birth of one of the world's rarest animals – a white bison.

Native Americans mark birth of rare white bison - Sioux tribal elders from South Dakota are expected to attend naming ceremony in Connecticut. Marian White Mouse, a member of the Oglala Lakota tribe in South Dakota, said the birth of a white bison is a sign from a prophet, the White Buffalo Calf Woman, who helped them endure times of strife and famine.    “They say it’s going to bring good things to all people in the world. How can you beat that?"<3<3<3<3

Native Americans mark birth of rare white bison

Native Americans mark birth of rare white bison - Sioux tribal elders from South Dakota are expected to attend naming ceremony in Connecticut. Marian White Mouse, a member of the Oglala Lakota tribe in South Dakota, said the birth of a white bison is a sign from a prophet, the White Buffalo Calf Woman, who helped them endure times of strife and famine. “They say it’s going to bring good things to all people in the world. How can you beat that?"<3<3<3<3

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