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One of the most important spirits in Inuit culture was Sedna, the Goddess of the Sea. She lived at the bottom of the ocean and controlled th...

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this folklore site contains retellings of folktales, myths, legends, fairy tales, superstitions, weatherlore, and ghost stories from all over the Americas.

Sedna is the Inuit goddess of the animals of the Sea, who is considered malevolent to humans, and greatly feared. Offerings are made to her in an effort to win her over and ensure plentiful hunting.

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INUIT STONE CARVING OF A HOODED MAN CLUTCHING A BAG, SIGNED 779 WITH CANADA ESKIMO ART LABEL AND TAG, GREAT WHALE RIVER, NORTHERN QUEBEC, PURCHASED 1966

Vintage Inuit Eskimo Soapstone Carving Mother & Child

Sculpture from Canadian Inuit Artists. Spirits Reaching Out - Toonoo Sharky (Cape Dorset). Serpentine 28"x17"x9"

Sedna, 1988, Kaka Ashoona (1928-1996) Cape Dorset Serpentine. Considered a vengeful goddess in Inuit mythology, double-crossed by her father, her severed fingers and hands became the fish and animals of the sea. Hunters fear and worship her.