(NOTE: In addition to native variations by locality or over time, there are often several possible transliterations into the Roman alphabet used for English.)
Aakuluujjusi: mother Goddess
myths and beliefs:
Aakuluujjusi created the animals that humans eat. She created the caribou by taking them off her trousers and placing them on the earth (a caribou looks something like a pair of womans trousers walking), then waved her hand to give the caribou tusks. Next Aakuluujjusi placed her jacket on the ground, creating the walrus (a walrus looks like a lumpy womans jacket), then placed antlers on its head. The Intuit people were upset because the two new animals attacked them. So Aakuluujjusi swapped the tusks to the walrus and the antlers to the caribou. The Inuit people still complained that the caribou was too fast, so Aakuluujjusi turned the caribous belly-hair around so that the hairs caught in the wind, slowing the caribou down.
religious title certificate
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