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Amaja circle

An Amaja circle was a circular, ceremonial sand pit used by the Turaga on Mata Nui to tell stories and legends with special stones. In these stories, a smooth, beige stone represented the Great Spirit Mata Nui, and a black, jagged rock like obsidian represented Makuta. The Amaja circle at Kini-Nui was called the Amaja-Nui or simply the Amaja Circle.


The Amaja circle was a circular sandpit at Kini-Nui [sic] used by the Turaga to tell stories using stones.1