Chia - Moon Goddess - Colombian Goddess. Chia the one who is like the moon is a triple goddess and one of the most important of the Colombian Muisca deities.
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Chia - Moon Goddess - Colombian Goddess

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Chia - Moon Goddess

Chia ("the one who is like the moon"), is a triple goddess and one of the most important of the Colombian Muisca deities. The element, the Cold, was assigned to Chia. Chia was the head deity of the Zipa ruler, and her temple in Cundinamarca was an important religious center. It is said that Bochica turned her into an owl, or threw her into the sky where she became the moon.

--~Attributes and Correspondences~--

Area of Influence:
Moon

Colombian

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Owl

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West

Water

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Gold, Ceramic Artwork

Moon

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Moon, Water

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Colombian - Gods and Goddesses

NameTitleType

Bochica

God of morals and laws, agriculture and other crafts.

God

Chia

Moon Goddess

Goddess

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