An A’dakna (Cairn) is a man-made pile or stack of stones. In Viadescioism A’dakna ona are usually constructed, and used in places of power in order to draw down energy from above, and below, and to represent pathfinding, balance, and being. Because of this connection to above, and below they store power which can be used in magickal workings, and act as a way of centering, and grounding energy which can be drawn from. A’dakna ona are also considered to be guardians that are created by the practitioner, and because of this are thought forms, and have anthropomorphic qualities, while also acting as a form of warding. They also have a connection to death and rebirth and have been known to attract spirits.
In order to create one all you must do is stack rocks, or make a pile of rocks.
Then place your hand on the top, and call for the divine Madaqa.
Then place your hand on the base, and call for the divine Sadaqa.
Finally place your hand at the middle, and call for the divine Ladaqa.
Draw, and say the ravens of Ska and Kna, and push through both of the sigils.
This will go to the process of activating the A’dakna.
The A’dakna will return back to stones after it’s been knocked over, and it will release all of the power in which it has stored.