Sacred Lakota place
Buffalo skull, sage and deer antlers positioned on the top of hill near the place where people believe the great Lakota warrior Crazy Horse was buried by his parents in a secret ceremony. Buffalo skulls, painted and decorated in various symbolic ways, resting on a bed of sage, and usually facing toward the east, create a sacred altar. Lakota belief held that the Buffalo god, resided in the skull.
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