One of the tawagenen spirits. It is responsible for curing ailments related to eye defects or vision and hence the mind. During ceremonies it is only hailed inside the house, never outside, yet the idol is placed on the cracks of the roof — on the boundary of the house as human habitation and what is outside of human habitation.



  • Buenconsejo, José Semblante. (2002). Songs and gifts at the frontier. New York: Routledge, p. 107.