There’s not much you can do with potatoes during Inca Christmas, but breasts always come in handy. Since I have a convenient pair, let’s celebrate with an Inca Christmas photoshoot!
Fuzzy ears can represent potatoes or breasts, so I honor both of those goddesses with my Christmas cheer.
What a delightful way to spend the holidays!
Cavillace is an Inca virgin goddess who ate a fruit, which was actually the sperm of Coniraya, the moon god. (There sure are a lot of gods and demigods who get pregnant without actually having sex…) Since I am no stranger to consuming either of those (not the gods, but fruit and sperm), it seems appropriate to wear one of my little black dresses for this important holiday.
These dresses are made for posing. There’s not a lot of material to get in the way.
I wonder if Cavillace had a black dress when she ate Coniraya‘s sperm. Probably….
Quyllur is the Inca goddess of the stars. Since it is well established that Peru has more stars in its night sky than any other country in the world (citation needed), it’s appropriate that I honor Quyllur with my stars!
You can have your Hollywood Walk of Fame. I like my stars better! Just don’t step on them. Well, not very hard…
If Vincent van Gogh had been an Inca, he would have approved.
The Incas do not have a god or goddess of polka dots, strangely enough.
But they do have Ch’aska (“Venus”) or Ch’aska Quyllur (“Venus star”), the goddess of dawn, twilight and dusk. That is a very specific goddess; when worshipping, you have a very limited time to finish all your rituals.
Since dawn, twilight, and dusk are very brief, I honor the spirit of Ch’aska and/or Ch’aska Quyllur with a dress that is very brief; you don’t need a lot of time to see what’s what. ?
Huaytapallana (“Place where flowers are collected”) was a god that had an important role during dry seasons…although I don’t think there is anything dry here…
Enjoy the pretty petals!
I hope you enjoyed this trip down mammary lane…er, memory lane, celebrating those eternal Inca gods and goddesses we all know and love. Merry Christmas!