The Spanish name of my (Native American) great-great-grandmother suggests I, in all likelihood, descend from Timucuan ancestors. Double-jointedness runs in the family, so I jokingly refer to the sorcerer. De Bry created this sketch from memory, so the symbols encircling the sorcerer probably falls far from accurate.
The image comes from Wikimedia and offers the following credits.
Description: Chief Outina consults his sorcerer before battle. The sorcerer kneels on a shield surrounded with signs scratched in the ground. He contorts himself in an effort to determine the strength of the enemy. Plate XII from De Bry’s engravings
Date 16th century
Author Jacques Le Moyne /Theodore De Bry. Photo credit The Florida Center for Instructional Technology, University of South Florida