These three figures above are called “Ongon” and are made by shamans for people to protect their household. In Tuva, shamans have been making Ongon for thousands of years.
They are copper and made through ritual, and charged with energy to repel black energies.
They are usually fixed to a wall, often in the kitchen.
Every now and again, the owner can purify and recharge them with juniper smoke. They should not be handled or touched once they are put into position.
The left hand side should be clear, but you can put ribbons sometimes called “kadak or chalama” on the right hand side – any colour except yellow.
Sometimes the figures are made of felt.
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