Protect the Protectors

The veterans who stand for standing rock are asked to bring a Panoply of protective gear: body armor, helmets, ear plugs and gas masks in case of attack by humans and hats, parkas, mittens, gloves, boots and socks to insulate from the cold. Today they arrive, tomorrow they protect the water protectors.

I pray that this will be one  more step that brings us closer to making Crazy Horse’s final vision reality.

The Teton Sioux Chief Crazy Horse had a final vision in which “He saw his people being driven into spiritual darkness and poverty while the white people prospered in a material way all around them. But even in the darkest times, he saw that the eyes of a few of his people kept the light of dawn and the wisdom of the earth, which they passed on to some of their grandchildren. He saw the coming of automobiles and airplanes, and twice he saw the great darkness and heard the screams and explosions when millions of people died in two great world wars. 

“But he saw, after the second great war passed, a time come when his people began to awaken, not all at once, but a few here and there, and then more and more, and he saw that they were dancing in a beautiful light of the Spirit World under the Sacred Tree even while still on Earth. Then he was amazed to see that dancing under the tree were representatives of all races who had become brothers, and he realized that the world would be made new again and in peace and harmony not just by his people, but by members of all races of mankind.”

 

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. blogblog65 says:

    I never knew that Crazy Horse was a prophet. I thought that he was a warrior. Thank you for the lesson.

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    1. Carolyne says:

      I was surprised too. I found this on the veterans stand for Standing Rock Facebook page. Oh and I am pretty sure he was both a warrior and a prophet. Most of the stories of his visions seem to be from after he stopped fighting and was an elder.

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      1. blogblog65 says:

        Age is a blessing in that regard. It is nice when men become too old to fight.

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