A goddess of the earth of underworld and of germs. She is perceived as manufacturing all sorts of seeds in the lowest of the underworlds. Occasionally perceived as male, Germ God is the provider of the seeds of the corn, bean, melon, and squash.
The Alosakas, of which there were two images at Awatobi, one representing the male, the other the female, are the equivalents of Muyiñwû-taka and Muyiñwû-wüqti.
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