End the Hunting of the Sacred White Buffalo at the Texas Hunt Lodge. Sign Petition Now
Native Americans have always had many legends that span over thousands of years. Yet despite the many legends, the most sacred one involves the birth of a White Buffalo calf. There are countless stories about the White Buffalo, with a slightly different tale being told for every tribe. But the message is clear in all of them; The Native Americans see the white buffalo calf as a sign to begin mending life’s sacred hoop, to connect with each another and with our Mother Earth whom we must stop destroying. The White Buffalo is a very sacred sign and symbol to the Native Americans.
Although the buffalo in the U.S. are no where near the great numbers that they used to be, when they were flourishing they used to number between 60 – 80 million head. Under those favorable conditions, the chances of such an unusual white buffalo appearing was about 1 in 10 million. But although there are only approximately around 125,000 buffalo today, the odds against one being born have increased dramatically. There has been a spurt of white buffaloes born over the past 50 years or so. Native Americans are taking this as a sign that something profound is happening to our planet as well as to humanity.
Understanding just how important the white buffalo is then, it becomes extremely hideous and despicable that a canned hunting outfit in Texas called the Texas Hunt Lodge is now offering the chance to kill these majestic and spiritually significant creatures. For $13,500, a person can go there and do exactly that. This practice must be stopped immediately before anymore are killed for the sake of a mere trophy to hang on their wall.
Please take a minute to sign the petition to stop the despicable practice of killing a white buffalo (bison) at the Texas Hunt Lodge for the fee of $13,500. These are canned hunts which means the animal has no chance for escape and is in an enclosed area that makes it extremely easy to kill them. They are also usually very used to the presence of humans so they do not have the fear of man as would a wild bison. The White Buffalo has a very spiritual significence to the Native American culture.
CLICK HERE TO SIGN PETITION.