3rd Rare White Buffalo Born on Wisconsin Farm

A 3rd rare white buffalo has been born to the same buffalo farm in Wisconsin. Several Native American groups regard white buffalo as sacred and are excited about the arrival of this third white buffalo calf. There is also some added significance that the calf is a male.

3rd Rare White Buffalo Born on Wis. Farm
Sep 14 2:12 PM US/Eastern
Associated Press Writer
The white buffalo is particularly sacred to the Cheyenne, Sioux and other nomadic tribes of the Northern Plains that once relied on the buffalo for subsistence.

According to a version of the legend, a white buffalo, disguised as a woman wearing white hides, appeared to two men. One treated her with respect, and the other didn't. She turned the disrespectful man into a pile of bones, and gave the respectful one a pipe and taught his people rituals and music. She transformed into a female white buffalo calf and promised to return again.

That this latest birth is a male doesn't make it any less significant in American Indian prophecies, which say that such an animal will reunite all the races of man and restore balance to the world, Hand said. He said the buffalo's coat will change from white to black, red and yellow, the colors of the various races of man, before turning brown again.

The birth of a white male buffalo means men need to take responsibility for their families and the future of the tribe, Hand said. - [from BREITBART.COM]