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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 92, Spider Woman Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 92, Spider Woman Summary and Analysis

Spider Woman is known as Creator to the Pueblo people of southwest North America. She is all that there is in the beginning. She spins a line from North to South and from East to West. She sits by her lines and sings until two daughters come forth. Ut Set becomes the mother of the Pueblo people while Nau Ut Set becomes the mother of all others. They create the sun and moon, placing them high into the sky. The Spider Woman and her daughters create the Star People to provide light when the moon has traveled so far away. Spider Woman next creates people using the clay of the earth. She covers the people with creative wisdom and she attaches a thread to each person's head. Each person must keep the doorway at the top of...

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