Ninkasi

In Sumerian mythology, Ninkasi ('The Lady who fills the mouth') was the goddess of brewing or alcohol, born of 'sparkling-fresh water'. She was one of the eight healing children born by Ninhursag for Enki. She was born in response to Enki's mouth pain and Ninhursag declares that she should be the goddess who 'sates the heart'.
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Ninkasi

Ninkasi is the ancient Sumerian tutelary goddess of beer. Her father was Enki, the lord Nudimmud, and her mother was Ninti, the queen of the Abzu. She is also one of the eight children created in order to heal one of the eight wounds that Enki receives. Furthermore, she is the goddess of alcohol. She was also borne of `sparkling fresh water.` Sh.....
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Ninkasi

the Sumerian goddess of beer.
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