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Adekagagwaa

by Micha F. Lindemans
The Iroquois spirit or personification of summer. During the winter, he rests in the south and leaves his 'sleep spirit', winter, to watch over the Earth. On the evening before his departure to the south he promises the Earth Mother that he will return. When he indeed returns, Hino will lover his voice, Ga-oh will lock away his fierce winds, and Gohone will depart.

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