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sedna inuit carving - Google Search

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Kiawak Ashoona, Sea Goddess. Courtesy of Canadian Guild of Crafts, Montreal. Photograph: The Museum of Inuit Art.

Courtesy of Canadian Guild of Crafts, Montreal. Photograph: The Museum of Inuit Art.

sedna inuit carving - Google Search

sedna inuit carving - Google Search

Sedna by Kacie987. Sedna, Inuit Goddess of the Deep Sea, was forced to descend to Adlivum, the Land of the Dead. A shaman must descend to Sedna and soothe her by massaging her aching limbs and combing her hair. Only when she is properly comforted will Sedna permit the shaman to return to the people and inform them that she will send the animals to be hunted so that they will not face starvation.

Sedna was the Inuit sea spirit who was believed to control all of the game animals.

The traditional account of the Inuit people is that the trickster in the form of Raven created the world.

Inuit Myths About Creation - Crystalinks

A personal favorite from my Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/506935147/inuit-eskimo-serpentine-art-carving-bart

A personal favorite from my Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/506935147/inuit-eskimo-serpentine-art-carving-bart

sculpture inuit - Google Search

sculpture inuit - Google Search

sedna inuit carving - Google Search

sedna inuit carving - Google Search

Sedna, goddess of the sea and marine mammals from Inuit mythology

Sedna by Sanagani Osuitok

An umiak loaded with gear, including a dog sled, boat sled and and lance. Southwest Alaska, circa 1931.

An umiak loaded with gear, including a dog sled, boat sled and and lance.

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