Mewal Spirit

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Artist: Jimmy Moduk
Year: 2003
Medium: Natural Ochres on Canvas
Size: 127cm x 80cm
Price: $2450
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Description: Mewal is also known to be the Dhuwa Honey Spirit and still roams the land today. There are rumors that say that when you are sleeping during the night you could hear the 'yuuoing' sound of the Mewal as they would go past by travelling through the land. If you happen to be hunting on land that Djanggala/Mewal spirit is still living, it would be a nasty experience if you came face to face with Djanggala/ Mewal spirit. Djanggala is the primary totem for the Wurrkiganydjarr people and call themselves as the Mewal people. Djanggala or Mewal spirit is danced by imitating the praying mantis, warrala-warrala the ancestral being. This dance is done when holding the body of the deceased relative and during ‘marradjiri’ ceremony. A Rare Blue chip investment work and a valuable asset in any investment portfolio including a self managed super fund. Check with your accountant on the huge tax benefits available.
Reference: JM127