Goddess Sedna


Inuit goddess of the underworld, Sedna.

Sedna is in charge of the ocean's depths and the water animals that live there.

Her father sacrificed her, and her dismembered body parts transformed into seals, whales, and walruses as she fell to the bottom of the sea.

Sedna is revered as the mother of the hunt and a goddess of perseverance in Inuit civilization since these animals are essential for existence.

She resides at the bottom of the ocean in the underworld and has control over life and death.

~Kiran Atma