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SARAKKA   women had specific goddesses, akkorna, Madderakka and her three daughters Sarakka, Juksakka and Uksakka. They lived in the tent.   Sarakka was mainly the pregnant women goddess. Both men and women sacrificed to her. Sami had her "always on the tongue and in the heart"

SARAKKA women had specific goddesses, akkorna, Madderakka and her three daughters Sarakka, Juksakka and Uksakka. They lived in the tent. Sarakka was mainly the pregnant women goddess. Both men and women sacrificed to her. Sami had her "always on the tongue and in the heart"

Mattarakka ~(Maderakka, Maadteraahka, Maadteraajja) is the tribal mother, ancestral mother. The Sami people are   predominately maternal lineage.  You still see the plant portions on the head and upraised arms, and the roots at the feet. She is also depicted with the common female orientation of a triangle showing motherhood by another triangle nested inside.  Mattarahkka, the next generation manifestations are her 3 daughters: Sarakka, Uksakka, Juksakka

Mattarakka ~(Maderakka, Maadteraahka, Maadteraajja) is the tribal mother, ancestral mother. The Sami people are predominately maternal lineage. You still see the plant portions on the head and upraised arms, and the roots at the feet. She is also depicted with the common female orientation of a triangle showing motherhood by another triangle nested inside. Mattarahkka, the next generation manifestations are her 3 daughters: Sarakka, Uksakka, Juksakka

Juksakka ~ the bow woman, protector and guardian of children, the woman with the arrow, one of the Mattarahkka's next generation manifestations of 3 daughters. Sámi

Juksakka ~ the bow woman, protector and guardian of children, the woman with the arrow, one of the Mattarahkka's next generation manifestations of 3 daughters. Sámi

Shaman and a drum in sámi art

Shaman and a drum in sámi art

Sarakka ~ the cleaving woman, fertility, menstruation, love, sexuality, pregnancy and childbirth.She is one of the Mattarahkka's next generation manifestations of 3 daughters...

Sarakka ~ the cleaving woman, fertility, menstruation, love, sexuality, pregnancy and childbirth.She is one of the Mattarahkka's next generation manifestations of 3 daughters...

sami-symbols - Recherche Google

sami-symbols - Recherche Google

SAAMI EARRINGS, Goddess of Women, jewelry of Lapland

SAAMI EARRINGS, Goddess of Women, jewelry of Lapland

Mano, Goddess of the Moon, in Sami mythology The Sami people are an indigenous group that mostly live around the arctic of Scandinavia. They had a strong belief in the spiritual world and the ability to contact it. Each source of nature was connected...

Mano, Goddess of the Moon, in Sami mythology The Sami people are an indigenous group that mostly live around the arctic of Scandinavia. They had a strong belief in the spiritual world and the ability to contact it. Each source of nature was connected...

Saami drum painted with image of Mader Akka, great Mother and co-creatrix

Saami drum painted with image of Mader Akka, great Mother and co-creatrix

JUKSAKKA   Juksakka (båggumman) had primary task is to transform a girl into a boy in the womb. (It was believed that all fetuses were girls from the beginning.) Because she would have to sacrifice to her. Sami sacrificed diligently to her when they would rather have boys than girls.

JUKSAKKA Juksakka (båggumman) had primary task is to transform a girl into a boy in the womb. (It was believed that all fetuses were girls from the beginning.) Because she would have to sacrifice to her. Sami sacrificed diligently to her when they would rather have boys than girls.

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