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Jubchas-Guaya, Mother-of-Joy.

[to Whom the fifteenth day of February, day 045, is dedicated]

Geography/Culture: America, South: Chibchas people of Columbia.

Description: Rebellious, light-hearted, wild and lovely Goddess of the moon, intoxication, passion, merriment, happiness and laughter; She Who lights the nights.

To Whom are sacred: owl; intoxicating juices (perhaps from the maguey plant); physical touch; moon-lit dancing.

Titles, Variants, etc.

Sources: AMWv1 81; NLEM 440-1.

Chie, Moon.

Geography/Culture: Columbian: the Chicha people.

Description: Beautiful and wicked Goddess of the moon, magic and floods.

Male associate: consort, Bochica, ----.

Titles, Variants, etc.

Huitaca, [Owl-Woman].

Geography/Culture: South America: Chibcha Indians.

Description: Goddess inspirer of crafts; She Who opposes self-punishing self-restraint.

Titles, Variants, etc.

Source: BGH/144.

worked on: August 1991; June 1995.
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