A stone representing the spot at which a sacred pole was implanted and at which a child went into the earth together with a number of tjurunga. They are supposed to be full or spirit children, and by means of rubbing the stone a man can cause them to come go out and enter women.
- Spencer, Baldwin; Gillen, F. J. (1968). The Native Tribes of Central Australia. New York: Dover, p. 552.