Pig festival, sacred stone house: man builds ceremonial fire on roof to be placed in house
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"Building of the ceremonial fire to be put inside the house, the roof of which he is standing on. The house is the storage place of the forecasting stone, a pyrite stone of some sort in which dim distored reflections are seen and interpreted as future events. Such houses were only built on two occassions, the ceremonial cycle and war." MSS187, Box 44, Folder 9.
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