There are the common sacred places in Pandora

Avatar: The Way of Water has come out since it is only thirteen years since it screamed: it's finally blown away all over the place. The story is dark and not really deep, but even those who criticize the film agree that the visuals are simply stunning, and it's simply spectacular. Avatar: All Known Sacred Places On Pandora Read More.

Avatar: It’s been thirteen years since the start of the war, and now it seems that all it was blown away. The story is light and not very deep, but even those who criticize the film agree that the visuals are simply amazing and breathtaking. The world of Pandora and its people, the Navi, is something that you can’t describe you must see.

The location is very complicated and elaborately depicted, making the movie an immersive experience. All of the major changes and the transition toward the Navi Clan makes him feel much better connected. From the breathtaking, sacred places of a moment, we have a list of all the best places on Pandora that will take you away.

I am planning on mentioning areas from both the Avatar films, but still those that stayed with their destruction.

Tree of voice.

The Tree of Voices hasn’t appeared in Avatar: The Way of Water because it was bulldozed in the first movie. However, it was a very important and sacred place for the Omatikaya Clan (Jake and Neytiris Clan).

The name NaVi to name the Tree of the Lords is Utraya Mokri. It contains all the memories of the Omatikaya Clan and all of the world’s history. It sounds like a biological server where entire history of the Clan was accessed. All the memories are stored in Eywa. The Clan members could use a ritual or a neural network to collect them.

The Tree of Voices housed the memories of the Omatikaya Clan, but also the other plants and animals living in the rainforests of Pandora. Because they asked the other two as mates, it was a very important place to play, with Neytiri and Jake, as they both chose each other. Sadly, it was destroyed by the RDA on its way to the house of Omatikaya.

The Tree of Hearts!

The Tree of Souls, or Vitraya Ramunong, may be the most sacred and important place for the Omatikaya Clan, and essentially all other human beings on Pandora. It seems very similar to the king of the Tree of Voices and looks like a willow on Earth. In spite of its tendrils are long and bioluminescent, and the roots are more elaborate and radiating from the Tree.

The location is considered the closest connection to Eywa for the Navi. When they are ruthless, the Navi connects to the tree and seeks guidance. In order to thank Eywa for maintaining the planet’s biological equilibrium, they use the connection for other purposes.

Besides that, the Tree of Souls can be used to heal or to transfer the mind and consciousness of these bodies, exactly like how avatar body did Jake.

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The Navi use the Tree of Psychiatry, which allows the planet to communicate directly through their seeds. The seeds are actually living organisms, that resemble a small, bioluminescent, deep-sea jellyfish and a dandelion seed that flows through Pandora’s atmosphere.

When a person dies, she has a Woodsprite with her body to allow them to become one of Eywa’s friends. The seeds do seem infertile, but it seems as though there exists only one tree of lands. This means that, if the tree got destroyed, the Navi wouldn’t be able to just take a woodsprite and plant another tree of the souls.

Cove of the Thestors.

The Cove of the Ancestors didn’t appear in the first film, but played a significant role in The Way of Water, the movie being opened for a more detailed exploration of the Metkayina Clan. The Cove is the site of the historical monument of Metkayina that looks somewhat similar to the famous Hallelujah of the original film.

They look like floating islands, but smaller and more horizontal than mountains. The difference lies in the Geology of the Cove of the Ancestors, the very characteristic of the Cove is the circular rock structures that look like inverting arches.

The Metkayina Clans live in a deep connection between the ocean and the water, as far as the Omatikaya, are related to the rainforest and the jungle. Hence, there are huge bodies of water on the cross of Ancestors, and it is assumed that there are some places of similar significance to that of Omatikayas Tree of Voices, as well as the memories and voices of Metkayina ancestors.

Spirit Tree is a tree of spirit.

The Metkayina Spirit Tree named Ranteng Utralti among the Navi is the same type of Clan as the Omatikaya Clan. It is located on the cove of the Ancestors and serves the Metkayina Clan as the utmost location where they connect to Eywa.

It looks like a reef of long, beautiful algae that closely resembles the tendrils of the Tree of Souls. The Metkayina are using that to get the neural network of Eywa and as a ritual location. They are able to access oxygen through the Spirit Tree, which allows them to remain underwater for long periods.

In order to find all the sacred places on Pandora, we have found, but still other moons are just as important as the Navi. They could be deemed sacred to a degree. One of those spots is the Omatikaya Hometree, also called Kelutral.

The tree of the first Avatar movie lived in the big tree. The Omatikaya believed that Eywa created a blue flute from the Hometree, and they used it to pray in rituals and religious occasions to communicate with the planet, their ancestors, and Eywa.

The Omatikaya Clan was devastated not just because it was their home, but also because it was so important to their culture, their rituals and their clan identity.

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The totem of Toruk was stolen from a totem.

There is no sacred location, but the Toruk totem located in the Hometree was in fact the most important part of the Omatikaya Clan. The totem is the skull of a toruk – and also, Last Shadow – that means totem. A toruk, or the Great Leonopteryx, was considered the biggest creation of the Navi.

A colossal animal with wingspan of up to 30 meters (100 feet) gets its name from the Navi belief that if a toruk turn its shadow over you will be the last one you ever see. Remember how hard the small, flying mountain banshees are for the navigator to fly on? Toruks usually eat them as their preferred meal.

Only a few Navis in history were able to become toruks and to get involved in this story and survive to live the story. Those horses are known as “Turuk Makto” or “The Last Shadow Rider.” You’ve got to be pure in order to accomplish this.

The Totem of the Toruk and the Totem’s sole proprietor was a king with ceremonial, ritual, and lyrics dedicated to the Last Shadow and to emphasise their hatred and respect for the creature and to endow a toruk with mythic power. Unfortunately the totem was destroyed and drank up with the Hometree.

Hallelujah is a mountain with four a month old horns.

So the Hallelujah Mountains are a sacred place for Pandora, rather it is a mere sexy location – it is purely a harp of curiosity resuscitation and a deep exploration in the movies. The mountains show the horizontal floating islands in the sky above Pandora. They sometimes take over each other, which is why they are called Ayram Alusing or the Thundering Rocks.

The moon Pandora and its planet Polyphemus are all suspended under the stars in the middle of the air.

The magnetic fields that are the floating Hallelujah Mountains are partly attributed to the huge deposits of Unobtanium, found in Pandora a superconductive material that was probably the main reason for the attack on the Omatikaya Clan for mining the material.

In the second movie: Avatar, we also learn the Hallelujah Mountains are now the site where the Omatikaya, along with Jake and Neytiri, have created their strength in the High Camp and base of operations. The High Camp is located on a floating island called Mons Veritatis.

The other Navi Clans and their customs make them all known.

The Omatikaya and Metkayina Clans aren’t the only Navi clans on Pandora. There are actually many other clans only briefly depicted or mentioned in the movies, and some of which only appeared in other Avatar media, such as video games, comics, etc.

Each clan has its own sacred places, but hasn’t been explicitly stated yet or explored yet. Let’s go into some other Navi Clan and their customs briefly so we can see what we can expect from future installments.

In the first Avatar movie, the Olangi Clan was actually the nomad of the Nawajari. You have no sacred space, as their ways of life are always based on your way of life and on your pursuit of animals and land. The Olangi live on plains instead of reefs like the Metkayina, or the jungle like the Omatikaya.

The Tipani Clan has the same development as James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game and it’s known as the first Navi Clan to make contact with humans. They are incredible warriors, and probably the only Navi-Catalan who uses swords in combat. However, they’re separated into a large number of villages, so its hard to determine a sacred place for the Clan.

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The Tawkami, a clan that we meet to meet through video games avatar, is a clan that only resembles humans a lot. It is not because of the appearance, a respect for science, research, chemistry and other science branches.

They even developed a writing solution for the language Navi. Unlike the “Omatikaya” where the housetree was, the Tawkami lived in a jungle village called Greenhome.

We saw the Tayrangi Clan in the first Avatar movie as the clan to help the RDA. They’re known as incredible ikran riders and their life is founded on aerial capabilities. We never saw a concrete sacred place for the Clan, but we know they lived on the Eastern Sea cliffs on Pandora.

However, there are some more Navi Clans introduced in various Avatar projects, all of which have even more limited roles, so we won’t dive deeper into them. Some Clans have gotten old by the Yvenggwan, Kekunan, Hulanta, Huyuticaya, Anurai etc.

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