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Los carteles de la marcha por #NiUnaMenos Información General

Los carteles de la marcha por #NiUnaMenos

Miles de argentinos salieron hoy a las calles para repudiar la violencia de género y reclamar por medidas que frenen los ataques que, según cifras of...

Nerrivik - Eskimo Goddess of sea, and mother of all sea creatures; they call Her the Old Woman of the Sea. (Greenland)

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Nerrivik - Eskimo Goddess of sea, and mother of all sea creatures; they call Her the Old Woman of the Sea. (Greenland)

Peruvian Rug and Native Woman in Hat, Aguas Calientes, Peru  Photographic Print  by Cindy Miller Hopkins  item #: 14105143A

'Peruvian Rug and Native Woman in Hat, Aguas Calientes, Peru' Photographic Print - Cindy Miller Hopkins | Art.com

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Deer Woman is a shape-shifting woman in Native American mythology who is said to be the spirit protector of women and children.

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Deer Woman is a shape-shifting woman in Native American mythology who is said to be the spirit protector of women and children.

Crow is  keeper of the mysteries of Creation. Crow Medicine is about the power of illusion, the shapeshifter. Crow Woman is a sourceress holding a pot that contains a window to the world.

Crow Woman

Crow is keeper of the mysteries of Creation. Crow Medicine is about the power of illusion, the shapeshifter. Crow Woman is a sourceress holding a pot that contains a window to the world.

Xochiquetzal - Aztec Goddess of Women; She rules over love, marriage, women, weaving, and changes. She is the patroness of sacred prostitutes, artists, and dancers.

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UBICACIÓN: Los mexicas establecieron Mexico-Tenochtitlan en el centro del Valle de México, expandiendo su control hacia ciudades-estado ubicadas en los actuales estados de México, Veracruz, Puebla, Oaxaca, Guerrero, la costa de Chiapas, Estado de Hidalgo, y parte de Guatemala. El territorio que se conquistó no fue de un monótono clima, sino que abarcó climas tan variados como el clima polar de alta montaña hasta los climas cálidos. Hubo una gran variedad de ecosistemas desde bosques de…

Corn Mother, also called Corn Maiden , mythological figure believed, among indigenous agricultural tribes in North America, to be responsible for the origin of corn (maize).

Corn Mother

“Corn Mother’s themes are abundance, children, energy, fertility, harvest, health, grounding, providence and strength. Her symbols are corn and corn sheafs. Literally the spirit of the…

St Kateri Tekakwitha, Lily of the Mohawks She was a 17th Century Mohawk princess, who lost her father, her mother and her brother. She herself was disfigured by smallpox, which also greatly impaired her vision. She even had to leave her home and tribe after converting to Catholicism. Yet St. Kateri Tekakwitha's sanctity was so great that she impressed everyone she met - and many miracles have been attributed to her since her death.

St Kateri Tekakwitha, Lily of the Mohawks She was a 17th Century Mohawk princess, who lost her father, her mother and her brother. She herself was disfigured by smallpox, which also greatly impaired her vision. She even had to leave her home and tribe after converting to Catholicism. Yet St. Kateri Tekakwitha's sanctity was so great that she impressed everyone she met - and many miracles have been attributed to her since her death.

Temazcalteci’s themes are health and banishing (sickness). Her symbols are medicinal herbs, health and healing amulets and water. This Aztec Goddess’s name means ‘grandmother of the sweet bath’. It is She who teaches us how to use medicinal herbs to maintain our health or banish sickness as fall sets in (perhaps especially in teas, considering Her name).

Temazcalteci’s themes are health and banishing (sickness). Her symbols are medicinal herbs, health and healing amulets and water. This Aztec Goddess’s name means ‘grandmother of the sweet bath’. It is She who teaches us how to use medicinal herbs to maintain our health or banish sickness as fall sets in (perhaps especially in teas, considering Her name).

Pachamama is the wife of Pacha Kamaq and her children are Inti, the sun god, and Killa, the moon goddess. The four cosmological Quechua principles - Water, Earth, Sun, and Moon] - claim Pachamama as their primordial origin, and priests sacrifice llamas, guinea pigs, and elaborate, miniature, burned garments to her. After the conquest by Spain, which forced conversion to Roman Catholicism,the figure of the Virgin Mary became united with that of the Pachamama for many of the indigenous people

Pachamama is the wife of Pacha Kamaq and her children are Inti, the sun god, and Killa, the moon goddess. The four cosmological Quechua principles - Water, Earth, Sun, and Moon] - claim Pachamama as their primordial origin, and priests sacrifice llamas, guinea pigs, and elaborate, miniature, burned garments to her. After the conquest by Spain, which forced conversion to Roman Catholicism,the figure of the Virgin Mary became united with that of the Pachamama for many of the indigenous people