Fig. 23  Pesat Mai
The Caliban God of death and purpose.
Pesat Mai is Shown holding four sacred implements (clockwise from top right),  
A Caliban death rattle, synonymous with Pesat Mai this instrument is used in many ceremonies dedicated to her.
The spirit vessel, Used to transport the deceased spirit to the underworld
A Caliban ceremonial drum
The fate lace, with each bead representing a significant event in a persons life including their death.
The popularity of Pesat Mai worship continues to increase in those areas of Caliban occupied by Commonwealth colonies. In these areas many mysteries have sprung up and the worship of Pesat Mai increasingly takes precedence over other Gods.

Fig. 23  Pesat Mai

The Caliban God of death and purpose.

Pesat Mai is Shown holding four sacred implements (clockwise from top right),  

A Caliban death rattle, synonymous with Pesat Mai this instrument is used in many ceremonies dedicated to her.

The spirit vessel, Used to transport the deceased spirit to the underworld

A Caliban ceremonial drum

The fate lace, with each bead representing a significant event in a persons life including their death.

The popularity of Pesat Mai worship continues to increase in those areas of Caliban occupied by Commonwealth colonies. In these areas many mysteries have sprung up and the worship of Pesat Mai increasingly takes precedence over other Gods.