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well what do we know
we know the father of the "object held dear" was killed by lightening
this prompted "the object held dear" under "the sign of the instrument"that was used to build ancient structures, to be killed by the hand of man followed by his mother thus, no more of his type to be born

so a question to ask is
was the sign of the lighting killing the father the sign some within the tribes took to know the son must be the wrong sign and his mother also?

we have discovered that "the sign of the instrument to align" (quartered circle) is incorporated into the sign of the medicine wheel by many tribes

Medicine wheels are sited throughout northern United States and southern Canada, specifically South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Alberta and Saskatchewan. The majority of the circa 70 documented architectural hoops still extant are evident within Alberta, Canada.

One of the prototypical medicine wheels remains within the Bighorn National Forest in Big Horn County, Wyoming. This 75-foot-diameter (23 m) wheel has 28 spokes, and is part of a vast set of old Native American sites that document 7,000 years of their history in that area.

Medicine wheels were commonly used by North American natives such as the Ojibwa and prehistoric ancestors of the Assiniboine.

Some locations of medicine wheels are found in the prairie regions of North America, such as Manitoba, Wyoming, Montana, Saskatchewan, and Alberta. Larger astronomical and ceremonial petroforms and Hopewell mound building can also be found in other places of North America.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

so a question to ask is
what are the tribes looking for ?
the white buffalo has provided the sign to look at electricity by the actions of men following his father being killed by electricity

the question to ask is
were the people right to read the sign of electricity killing the father as a sign to stop looking at the son for a sign ?
or is the sign the electricity killing the father with another meaning?

are the tribes being told the killing of the father by electricity is a good sign if understood?

and is the killing of the son and mother, by our own hand, the sign that tells, if we miss the first sign, the dad, we kill "that which is dear to us", the new generation and our means to provide new generations, the son and the mother?

if that is the sign meaning the question is:

how can electricity that kills be good?

the answer to that is to be found in our new information of our past 100 years or so

so the question is:

can the tribes accept that, new to them information, will provide the answer to why, that which kills, provides and maintains life, when understood?

if they accept that, they will enter into the domain of the great mystery

The Great Spirit, also called Wakan Tanka among the Sioux, the Creator or the Great Maker in English, and Gitchi Manitou in Algonquian, is a conception of a supreme being prevalent among some Native American and First Nations cultures. According to Lakotah activist Russell Means a better translation of Wakan Tanka is the Great Mystery.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

the question may be.

who if any amongst them desire to understand the great mystery for the betterment of humankind ?
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