Traditional Inuit religion conceived of everything—people, animals, objects, and places—as possessing an inua, or resident soul, and Inuit shamans
sometimes made figurines called aarnguat (“object with powers”) to host an inua. We believe that this aarnguat was specifically made for the
woman’s inua so that it could act as a proxy for her during a shamanic “surgery,” represented by the three drilled holes, to remove her
illnesses. It is the first definitive archaeological evidence for shamanistic healing in the Canadian Arctic. Peace,sugarcookie1
I dont think this has ever been shown on ATS enjoy..
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