Goddess Awehai  

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AWEHAI is the Iroquois Goddess of the sky and the earth. Before there were people on the earth, Awehai lived with her husband in the sky. Her husband thought that she had her sights on another man, and in a jealous rage, pulled up the tree at the center of the sky. This left a giant hole, and he threw Awehai to earth. She grabbed seeds and animals as she fell, and brought them with her. As she neared the waters below, birds flew up to catch her and help her to land safely on the back of a giant turtle. They and other sea animals gathered dirt and put it on to the turtle, creating the earth. Awehai scattered her seeds and let loose the animals that she had brought. Seeing the beauty of the new world she and the animals had created, she then created the Iroquois people to take care of it.

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Parjanya  

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Parjanya (parj'anya) is the Hindu deity of rain, often identified with Indra, the "Bull" of the Rigveda, but also associated with Varuna as a deity of clouds and as punishing sinners. Two hymns of the Rigveda, 5.63 and 7.101, are dedicated to Parjanya. In Vedic Sanskrit Parjanya means "rain" or "raincloud". Prayers dedicated to Parjanya, to invoke the blessings of rains are mentioned in the Atharva Veda. Parjanya was also one of the Saptarishi (Seven Great Sages Rishi) in the fifth Manvantara. He is one of the 12 Adityas and according to the Vishnu Purana, the guardian of the month of Kartik, a Gandharva and a Rishi in the Harivamsa. The name may be cognate with Lithuanian Perkunas "god of thunder", Gothic fairguni "mountain", Mordvin language Pur'ginepaz, see Perkwunos.

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