Isn't it strange that the immigrant population of this land has millions and millions of acres of land set aside for churches, cemetery's , religion owned investment property. All of this land tax free and considered by them as sacred, as surely their priests did the customary blessings. If We have an area or object that was considered sacred long before their arrival there is little or no consideration or respect for it. After all there is probably some economic gain to be had and that surely is first and for most the consideration to be heeded, not the importance of the site to any native population that considered it sacred for thousands of years. It has never stopped being about gaining the land and any economic gain and the total lack of respect. Reading comments after stories concerning Indians and the total ignorance of facts is appalling. Just another sad chapter in the Doctrine of Discovery.