She is a bit tricky to stack so once we found the "sweet spot", we stacked wet with a high alkali-content water (like the Spoon River) which, when dry, forms a light removable bond.
"The main religious tasks of a shaman are healing and divination.
More likely, the ancient Native American Indian medicine man could alter consciousness at will.
Training by experienced shamans follows." This figure, shown in side view facing the viewer's left, is made of a rare and beautiful blue/pearly white chalcedony. Her mouth is open as if signing and she is seated cross-legged with her hands on her knees.
Both are achieved either by spirit possession or by the departure of the shaman's soul to heaven or to the underworld.
Shamans also divine the whereabouts of game, the position of the enemy, and the best way of safeguarding and increasing the food supply.
There are no tooling or impact marks on this stone, signifying it was saved by ancient Indian for its appearance, not utility.
Red jasper It is mans curse and salvation to resolve the question of existence to perimeter the vast, endless nature of consciousness - and free ourselves from ourselves.