Who Is Goddess Corn Mother, Or Corn Woman?


Corn Woman, also known as Corn Maiden, Corn Mother, and Yellow Woman, is the goddess of nourishment in Native American mythology. 

Corn Woman, the embodiment of maize and the earth's fertility, is revered by many Native Americans. 

As she matures, she becomes a Triple Goddess, ultimately offering herself so that her body may nurture and seed the land with grain, allowing humans to live and eat. 

Corn Woman teaches her followers how to worship and respect their gods correctly, as well as how to stay healthy through growing food.