Lithic waypoints dot the island territory of Dunang. Most are remains of past habitations and, consequently, places of worship today. Each of these upright stones is a tanka: an intercalation. It acts as a node in a partly visual, partly imagined, lineament of trails. In addition, according to the claims of the shaman Knowers of the island, there is motion. Spirit trails, the kan-nu-miti, carry activity, from east to west and from south to north (Map 1.1).