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The Kwakiutl believed that spirits came to earth each winter, dwelt amongst humans, and passed on their powers to a young man or woman. Then, members of a secret society imitated the beings. This was called the Winter Ceremonials. These dancers and performers cherished and enacted what was thought to guarantee the tribe's spiritual renewal and economic prosperity.

Performers in the Winter Ceremonials were filled with magnificent stage. They used magic, trickery, and effects. The impersonators would die in a viscious bloody fashion, then be brought back to life. Statues and objects could talk during these ceremonies. Magical objects would fly from place to place. And they would appear and disappear mysteriously.

There were many ceremonial props to help the Kwakiutl perform these ceremonies. They were mostly masks, but were also some other fine things.

A ceremonial bowl was used. It was shaped like a large spoon. The handle of which was shaped like a face. This face was of Dzonokwa. Dzonokwa was giant female monster that was said to wander the woods. She would kidnap and eat children. She would also give great wealth to some people.

A mask of a fool dancer was used too. Thid was a colorful mask with a long nose. Performers would wear them during the Cannibal dances. The long nose was an allusion of the A'lesiamk, supernaturals with long noses which were thought to grant fool dancers their power.

People imbued with the power of the Cannibal-at-the-North-End-of-the-World exhibited wild behavior. Through Winter Ceremonials, the mebers of the Cannibal Society sought to tame it. Rattles were made in the shape of human skulls and rattled by the assistance of the Cannibal Society. This act was thought to calm the spirit.

There was a mask representing the assistance of the Cannibal-at-the-North-End-of-the-World. Ho'xuhok, a crane-like creature, and two ravens. On this mask, the beak of the birds were designed to move and clack to the beat of the dancer wearing it.

One mask, a simple, subtly hued raven dramatically open to reveal the face of another being. This being was called the Colored Raven of the Sea. It innitiates the Cannibal Society would often become wild at the sight of it. The reason being is that it was associated with the Cannibal-at-the-North-End-of-the-World.

There was a mask representing Sisuitl, an assistant of a female warrior named Tooquid. Sisiutl was a snake-like being, having serpents' heads at both ends of her body, and a human's head in the center.

Another object was a feast bowl. It was shaped oddly like a two-headed wolf. Each held a Copper in its teeth. The Copper was very important to the tribe. The most important of all ceremonial objects.

There was also an oddly shaped mask of two octopus heads on top of one another. The wearer would manipulate strings, which were virtually invisable in the dark, and would animate the tenticles and the mouth of the smaller head.

The last of the ceremonial objects were the wooden puppets. The puppet was depicted as a ghost dancer and two children. These objects were thought to bring life to the dead and were associated with Tooquid. The puppets were manipulated during the dance to signify her multiworldly powers.

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