Pachamama

December 2nd, 2007 by sabrina

Pachamama (pronounced PAH-cha-ma-ma) is the Incan Goddess of fertility. She lives within the earth and provides food for her people. In return, people offer a little bit of food or drink to Pachamama as an offering. If her worshippers forget to honor Pachamama, she gets a little out of sorts and the earth quakes with her bad mood. Pachamama, whose name means “Mother Earth” is also called Mama Pacha.

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