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47. Hearth Goddesses (Themed Episode #10)

For our first themed episode of 2022, we look at goddesses of the hearth from around the world. We discuss Gabija from Lithuanian mythology, 조왕신 (Jowangsin) from Korean mythology, Kamui Fuchi from Ainu mythology, Chantico from Aztec mythology, Emoinu from Sanamahism, and Vesta from Roman mythology.


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Sources:

World History Encyclopedia - Roman Household Spirits

Wikipedia - Household Deity

Gabija

Of Gods & Holidays: The Baltic Heritage by Jonas Trinkūnas

The Living Goddesses by Dexter Miriam Robbins

Jowangsin

Wikipedia - Jowangsin

Kamui Fuchi

Land of Elms: The history, culture, and present day situation of the Ainu people by Miyajima Toshimitsu

Ainu Creed and Cult by Neil Gordon Seligman

Handbook of Japanese Mythology by Michael Ashkenazi

Kamuy-huci アペフチカムイ 

Endangered Languages Project - Ainu (Japan)

Chantico

Wikipedia - Chantico

Emoinu

A Traditional adoration to Goddess Emoinu 

Meiteis celebrate Emoinu - Telegraph India 

The Peripheral Centre: Voices from India’s Northeast (Chapter 21)

Oral Narratives of Manipur by Dr. Chirom Rajketan Singh

Vesta

Wikipedia - Vesta


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