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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 60, Sun Goddess of Arinna Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 60, Sun Goddess of Arinna Summary and Analysis

The Sun Goddess of Arinna is the greatest of the deities. She controls all leadership on earth and in heaven. It is the Sun Goddess who gives the right to rule to queens. She determines the holy days and rituals for the other deities.

The Sun Goddess is called Wurusemu by some and Arinitti by others. She has two daughters, Hulla and Mezulla, and one Granddaughter, Zintuhi. The Nuntariyashas Festival is held yearly and the Tawawannas priestess performs her rites, sacrificing a lamb in memory of the previous priestesses. The high priestess is the queen of the Land of Hatti. Once the queens are in heaven with the Sun Goddess,they too are known as Sun Goddesses.

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