Takotsi Nakawe

January 2nd, 2010 by sabrina

earthTakotsi Nakawe is the Huichol Goddess of the earth. She is the mother of all of the other Gods and of all plant and animal life on the earth. Her children include Tatevali, God of fire, and the four rain serpent Goddesses, Tate Hautse Kupuri, Tate Kyewimoka, Tate Naaliwami, and Tate Rapawiyama. Takotsi Nakawe’s name means “grandmother growth.”

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4 responses about “Takotsi Nakawe”

  1. Hecate said:

    She’s a new one to me. Thank you for what you do.

  2. sabrina said:

    Thanks for commenting! She was new to me too, which is one of the things I love most about doing this. By rotating through the different pantheons, I get to discover new Goddesses all the time.

  3. Millennium Twain said:

    She is represented by the letter ‘T’, inverted underground mountain of life, water, which lies under every aboveground mountain of the inverted T … up-and-down V-chevrons — together the Cross ‘+’ of the WorldTree, connecting Serpent Galaxy and SunBird at the Solstice Crossing, at the Zeroth apex of the Earth, creation symbols S, 8 and 0 …

  4. Nakawe's father said:

    My Daughter’s name is Nakawe, but we thought it meant great-grandmother earth. We also thought it was Incan. So ty for the info