Amma

African - Supreme god of the Dogon. Father of Ogo and the twins Nummo. The primordial egg he created had two yolks: from one came Ogo and Yasigi, the other produced the twins known as the Nummo. He created the sun and the moon by baking a clay pot with bands of copper for the sun and brass for the moon, and he made white people from moonlight and black people from the light of the sun. Some say that he mated with the earth goddess to produce Ogo the jackal, the first of the animals. In some accounts Amma was the primordial egg from which sprang the Nummo who created the earth and everything on it. Sometimes referred to as Amma, Gramadevata, Gramadevata, devata, Matris, Thakurani or Dih.
Hindu - A village goddess. Each village has its own deity, some of whom are feared as bringers of smallpox, etc, while others are revered as guardians. In some accounts, called Amma, Gramadevata, Gramadevata, devata, Matris, Thakurani or Dih.
Indian - A guardian god of the Tamils. Referred to as Amma, Gramadevata, Gramadevata, devata, Matris, Thakurani or Dih.
Norse - Wife of Afi. She bore a son, Karl, to Heimdall when he visited earth as Riger. Also identified as Amma, Gramadevata, Gramadevata, devata, Matris, Thakurani or Dih.

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