Pachamama, a fertility goddess who presides over the harvest, is revered by many indigenous people in the Andes.

Pachamama, a fertility goddess who presides over the harvest, is revered by many indigenous people in the Andes.

Sedna by Kacie987. Sedna, Inuit Goddess of the Deep Sea, was forced to descend to Adlivum, the Land of the Dead. A shaman must descend to Sedna and soothe her by massaging her aching limbs and combing her hair. Only when she is properly comforted will Sedna permit the shaman to return to the people and inform them that she will send the animals to be hunted so that they will not face starvation.

Sedna by Kacie987. Sedna, Inuit Goddess of the Deep Sea, was forced to descend to Adlivum, the Land of the Dead. A shaman must descend to Sedna and soothe her by massaging her aching limbs and combing her hair. Only when she is properly comforted will Sedna permit the shaman to return to the people and inform them that she will send the animals to be hunted so that they will not face starvation.

Aerten was a Cornish, Anglo-Celtic, and Welsh Goddess of Fate who presided over the outcome of war between several Celtic clans. She had a shrine at Glyndyfrdwy on the banks of the River Dee, where legend says that three human sacrifices had to be made every three years to ensure success in future battles. She is often equated with the Three Fates of Greco-Roman mythology.

Aerten was a Cornish, Anglo-Celtic, and Welsh Goddess of Fate who presided over the outcome of war between several Celtic clans. She had a shrine at Glyndyfrdwy on the banks of the River Dee, where legend says that three human sacrifices had to be made every three years to ensure success in future battles. She is often equated with the Three Fates of Greco-Roman mythology.

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