Stones put into the body of a medicine man so as to endow him with curative powers. These atnongara stones are small crystalline structures which every medicine man is supposed to be able to produce at will from his body, through which it is believed that they are distributed. In fact it is the possession of these stones which gives his virtue to the medicine man.
- Spencer, Sir Baldwin. (1904). Northern Tribes of Central Australia. London: Macmillan, p. 481.