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Upon the northern great plains of Great Turtle Island are the good friends of the Ptehcaka "Buffalo" - the sacred Pis pis'a (pronounced peez peez ah) or Prairie Dog villages. Like the Coyote, the Golden Eagle, and the Ptehcaka, the Pis pis'a is misunderstood and is an endangered species on the verge of extinction.

Our relatives and superiors, the plants and animals, are in need of assistance of the Nakota people for protection from those who wish to destroy them. The natural prairie grasses of Great Turtle Island (misnomer western hemisphere) served the sacred Ptehcaka and the sacred plants were always nourished and enhanced by the presence of the sacred Pis pis'a. It is crucial that these plants and small animals be protected to insure the return of the great Ptehcaka.

The Wahu Topa Four Legged Buffalo, Deer, Antelope, Elk, Horse and other hooved animals have for millions and millions of years upon Great Turtle Island eaten the more tasty and nutritious grasses, brush, shrubs and plants that grow near Pis pis'a villages. The churning of the ground aerates and replenishes the lands for the ones who graze.

The remaining Golden Eagles harvest the Pis pis'a for their nourishment and survival, and the sacred Ground Owls use the abandoned Pis pisa holes for their home sites. Many Eagles have died as the result of poisoning to animals they eat that are targeted for destruction by the wasin icuna or greedy ones.

The Badger, Coyote, Black Footed Ferret, and Wolf have always depended upon the Pis pis'a supplement to their diet. Most of these four legged are targeted with bounties and have been mass-murdered to near-extinction based upon misguided fears and the decisions by the greedy few.

Snakes, rodents, and other creatures also utilized the Pis pis'a tunnels and holes to their benefit and to make homes for their families. But religious teachings condemn snakes as evil and manipulate misinformed humans into fearing or hating such creatures.

Somehow, the Americans thought they could improve the natural world, and they now refuse to admit their tragic mistakes. But the Nakota (misnomer "Sioux") and all good people must point out and advise them of their terrible mistakes. Currently, there may be plans by government officials and their supporters to poison and annihilate remaining Pis pis'a families in order to provide a few extra inches of grass to cattle although the cattle and Ptehcaka welcome the sacred little guys.

The importance of all life forms and the circle of life should not be interrupted or altered by dangerous, man-made toxins. The use of toxic chemicals, immunizations, steroids, poisons, and other murderous drugs provide a false sense of control or power. The numerous wrong decisions of America were, and are, based upon fear and greed not just a lack of true education.

It is the duty of all good human beings to protect the Prairie Grass and Pis pis'a for the future generations of all life. Urge your family, community, and Nation to protect and reintroduce the sacred Ptehcaka, the sacred plants, and the sacred Pis pis'a.

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