Huruing Wuhti

Huruing Wuhti
   Two mother goddesses in the Hopi Indian Creation Legend. In fact they appear to have been two Deluge survivors who were the mothers of the ancestors of the tribe and who were assisted in their difficulties by Ragno, who also occurs in the Pomo Indian Creation Legend.

Who’s Who in non-classical mythology . . 2014.

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