June 2nd, 2008 by sabrina

Axomama is the Incan Goddess of potatoes. She is one of the daughters of Pachamama, the earth mother. Potatoes formed a vital part of the food supply of the Incan people, and most villages would have a particularly odd-shaped potato to worship and ask for a good harvest. Axomama’s name, which means “potato mother,” is also seen as Acsumama.

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