There are still objects of art which are missing. You are growing weary but you are so close to your graduation. The Tsimshian artist, Norman Tait, is mourning the loss of an eagle. It once rested regally atop the Chancellor's chair. However, not realizing its important role in the Chancellor's furniture, it flew away. You choose to seek a medicine man to use his supernatural powers to help find the eagle. Then you must convince the eagle of his value in the Chancellor's furniture. As you travel down a windy trail, a whirlpool of wind swirls in front of you. Recall your journey in the Tsimshian nation: what does this whirlpool mean to the medicine man?