This is one of the most important ritual items presented in the book. It comes up early, and is referred to frequently as an integral part of every bird and of all work with bird totem animals.
These come up in Chapter 9 of the book as a part of the author's descriptions of how to use feathers as part of larger ritual devices.
This is a long stick, sometimes strong enough and long enough to use as a walking stick.
These are hand held ritual items designed to facilitate focus. In this regard they have similar attributes to both the baton used for running relay races, pens and pointers in that they are focal points which relate directly to intention.
The author mentions some of the animals do this. These include many of the birds including the crow, but also the...
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