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Why Buffalo Goddess?

Buffalo Goddess Society remembers and honors the sacred buffalo nation who once roamed ALL of Mother Earth. The most widespread cult of the ancient world surrounded Goddess worship which was accompanied by the Bull. This symbol represents the entire range of humanity and is the ultimate power of the Goddess. All of life comes from the divine womb of our mother. Strikingly similar to each other, the Fallopian tubes and the horns of the Bull are a direct representation of the union between feminine and masculine. We celebrate sacred worship of our buffalo relatives through various traditions around the globe. She is the Crescent Horned Moon Goddess: Inanna, Hathor, Hera, Astarte, Luna, White Buffalo Calf Woman, to name a few.

One of the most important stories in Native American mythology is that of the White Buffalo Calf Woman. Whope, Falling Star appeared to Earth from the West and transformed into Pte San Win. The Chanupa, Sacred Pipe was brought to the people for peace between people and nations. The White Buffalo Calf Woman intervenes in our lives when there is hardship. She and the bufffalo are one, an equation between nourishment and reproduction. Tatanka Sicun, Buffalo Spirit represents the energy of life as food and shelter for the people. Humans are being called to speak to the Buffalo Nation by way of song and prayer.

Many people associate the buffalo with Native American cultures when in fact forms of buffalo may have roamed the entire earth. They are intricately connected to the existence of the human species. The Cave of Altamira located near the historic town Santillana del Mar in Cantabria, Spain is renowned for its Paleolithic cave paintings. The earliest paintings in the cave were executed around 35,600 years ago. Prehistoric depictions and sacred Temples of the Goddess honoring the sacred buffalo have been uncovered in many countries of Europe.

Did you know that the term buffalo was created in the language from the not to distant past? True buffalos are different animals that live in Asia and Africa. American bison, on the other hand, live only in North America. Early American settlers probably called bison “bufello" because French fur trappers called these huge animals boeufs due to their similarity to oxen. Presently forms of our beautiful relative exist in Africa, Australia, Asia, North America, and Europe.



Buffalo Goddess was created through a culmination of visions and teachings received under the Divine Feminine altars of North America. We believe this is our chance to consciously and effectively intervene in our own cultural evolution. By bringing back the Goddess consciousness, we as a people are awakening our primordial memories.

Merging the physical and spiritual as well as the masculine and feminine, we honor the sacred Crescent Moon Horned Goddess. Now is the time to intend this rebirth of the Great Goddess in all of her aspects. We embrace each man and woman through creative expressions flowing forth from Spirit as they did through our ancestors. In light and darkness, beneath the surface of our domesticated world, primitive instincts and the symbolic mind spring forth.

The Goddess is remembered and honored while we witness the rebirth of a balanced new era.

If you are incarnated into the form of a Goddess at this time then you may wish to join our growing community. Our women's only Private Facebook Group is a place to inspire and be inspired as Spirit guides us: Buffalo Goddess Society

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At an early age Rea Marie Beaubien (Andrea) showed an interest in the balance and flow of colors and overall feeling of any given subject. Spending numerous hours playing in the woods of her rural Michigan home, it was natural for her to commune with Spirit through the elements that surrounded her. She enjoyed the freedom of sharing her creative talents from within.

Before leaving home Rea assisted her mother in running a women’s wearable art store. After years of taking on the responsibility of store displays, she decided to go to college to pursue her interests in the field of fashion. She graduated from Ray College of Design in Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Fashion Marketing and Management with a minor in Visual Merchandising.

The years to follow were spent searching for a deeper understanding and connection beyond the material world. This self-exploration of the different realms led her to Crestone, Colorado where she would eventually create her new life. Rea completed her Certification in massage and other healing modalities from the Crestone Healing Arts Center. Shortly after Rea met her former husband, Christopher Long, who would introduce her to new possibilities through the Native American path. As a stay at home mother of two in the pristine mountains of Crestone, Rea had the space to re-explore her creative roots while growing her connection to the Great Mystery.

Instruction painting in watercolor was received from Andrea’s mother who is a successful artist. Her passion for the arts has become a joyful spiritual expression. Invoking the Goddess in her many aspects, there is a stream of Spirit manifesting through painting, singing and dancing. This heartfelt outpouring of the seen and unseen world is captured through these various mediums. Rea’s dedication to the Divine Feminine and standing for women’s peaceful empowerment has become her life’s purpose.

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Rea Marie Beaubien was ordained under Christopher Long who received his teachings under the guidance of Sacred Fire of Itzachilatlan. AURELIO DÍAZ TEKPANKALLI - is a Native Purepecha of Michoacan, México. Chief Aurelio lived in the United States as a young man with his parents, painting and building his career as a renowned artist working with themes related to indigenous people and politics. Most of his work is in Chicago and México City, but his murals also appear in National Geographic and other American magazines. Inspired and trained by his grandfather Purepecha, in search of knowing his ancestors, he has lived on various indigenous reservations, participating in rituals with his elders, and being initiated into various tribes and native nations, he is working to expand the “native recognition” beyond the frontiers of indigenous communities.


Chief Aurelio is working to circulate indigenous knowledge, bring people together strengthening unity, and sharing sacred medicines. This work is based in the prophesy of the Eagle and the Condor, representing the North and South Americas, in which indigenous nations unite as one. Tekpankalli is the spiritual leader (cantoneiro) of the Native Church of the Sacred Fire of Itzachilatlan and President of the Confederation Condor and Eagle. Tekpankalli lives in Michoacan, México, but travels all over the world, conducting ceremonies with indigenous and non-indigenous populations, and focusing his energy on the Movement of Peace and Dignity, since 1992, which consists of ceremonial marches being realized all throughout the Americas, from Alaska and Patagônia and culminating in México. Chefe Aurelio is the author of various books, such as: "Una Voz para los Hijos de La Tierra" (“A Voice for the Children of the Earth”)


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