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The time is now and the Aquarian Age  is on the horizon.   It's an astronomical fact of life.

Today this omniscient, kind hearted BUffalo Goddess has a strong motivation to help all of us Earthlings progress through  this transition by sharing the instructions of her prophecy through a startling docudrama movie.

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In the manner of the buffalo herd or a honey bee hive which thrives as a unity, the BUffalo Goddess spotlights a few of her sistar Goddesses who are also on the scene to assist in our enlightenment -- deities to help us remember our ancerstral connection to Big Mamma Earth and the harmonious Sacred Feminine Paradigm.

In Greek mythology, Gaia, also spelled Gaea, is the personification of the Earth and one of the Greek primordial deities.  Gaia is the ancestral mother of all life: the primal Mother Earth goddess.  She is the immediate parent of Uranus (the sky), f, and of Pontus (the sea), from whose union she bore the primordial sea gods.  Her equivalent in the Roman pantheon was Terra.  (Wikipedia)

 Within a  wild herd of buffalos, one of the grandmother cows always guides the others as they move  across the prairies to find the best grasses and water in accordance with  the seasons.  

As it happens, one of the ancestral Goddesses is fulfilling a similar lead role and she is a BUFFALO GODDESS !!   

She was highly revered by  Earthlings in the past.  Known to the ancient Egyptians as the beloved solar cow goddess, Hathor, she was adored for over 3,000 years.  Her statues and temples remain.

Then, she cleverly appeared around 250 years ago to a tribe of suffering Lakota buffalo hunters whose lives were terribly out of balance.  Along with a sacred pipe of peace, and teachings of  7 sacred ceremonies, she spoke about a long cycle of life for Mother Earth and promised to return when the old cycle is completing and the next is beginning.  Many people know her as  "White BUffalo Calf Woman".   

As much an aspect of the natural world as trees or rivers, birds, flowers, clouds, or fish, 

goddesses are a necessary part of the web of life on Earth. 

Around 5,000 years ago, the beloved guiding goddesses

began to be squelched and erased from humanity's consciousness. 

Today these vital deities are returning!