Indian Tacos… and The revolution is online… Need proof?… Sit down for awhile then grasshopper… Let me tell you a story about the… Dang, I can’t remember. Oh well, I tried, I can’t quite pull it off. However: there are those who pull it off quite beautifully. Let me fill you in…
On the morning of August 20, 1994, a white buffalo calf was born on the farm of Dave, Val, and Cory Heider in Wisconsin. According to the Lakota, the calf fulfills a prophecy foretold 2000 years before. According to the story, a young woman who first appeared in the shape of a white buffalo gave the Lakota’s ancestors a sacred pipe and sacred ceremonies and made them guardians of the Black Hills. Before leaving, she also prophesized that one day she would return to purify the world, bringing back spiritual balance and harmony: the birth of a white buffalo calf would be a sign that her return was at hand. “The story hit the news wire on Wednesday and the first Native Americans were here on Thursday,” recalled Heider. Pretty fast eh? “lo see the Calf go to (http://www.whitemiracle.com/) It is a site which the Heider’s have put up. For the story of the white buffalo calf woman as told by Joseph Chasing Horse, a traditional leader of the Lakota nation go to (http://indy4.fdl.cc.mn.us/~isk/ arvol/arv_menu.html ).
For some interesting links and stuff park your browser at (http://indy4.fdl.cc.mn.us/~isk/ canada/canada.html) It contains Canadian First Nations, Native and Inuit InterNet Resources… Very cool.
Another site on the Aboriginal information trail worth checking out is a friend’ssite at (http:// www.nativeweb.org/Nativelëch/> it contains a lot of interestinginformation for your perusal. Very, very cool. I want to try out the Indian Tacos recipe.MM..MMM.. RS. Don’t forget the Montreal Native Friendship Centre’s Pow Wow at theOld Port, Sept 12,13.
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