Nungui

August 6th, 2008 by sabrina

Nungui is the Jivaro Goddess of vegetation. The Jivaro of Peru ask Nungui for a good harvest when they plant manioc, her sacred plant. She lives in the forest, and is also called upon to help with garden plots. Her name is also seen as Nungwi and she is called Lady of the Manioc.

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