Pachamama (Mamapacha, Amara, Mother Earth )
The largely sort Earth goddess of the Inca and earlier people in Peru, who believed she was the Earth. Viewed variously as an Earth-monster, spouse of the creator god Pachacamac, and spouse of Inti, the Sun god, Pachamama was seen because the beneficiant supplier of all crops and food.
The Inca made common sacrifices and each day choices to her, strolling the fields to sprinkle floor corn on the Earth as they whispered their prayers. Peruvians nonetheless worship Pachamama in the present day and generally hyperlink her to the Virgin Mary.