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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 24, Teteu Innan Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24, Teteu Innan Summary and Analysis

The accounts of Teteu Innan are very sparse. She is portrayed as the Goddess of childbirth, healing and prophesy. She is the Matron Spirit of all Midwives giving life to the wombs of the women who desire children. Teteu Innan heals the sick and allows glimpses into the future that she will bring by arranging the patterns of the tossed kernels of corn.

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