Shaman´s drum symbols in Scandinavia
Sarakka, Juksakka, and Uksakka. Sami goddesses. Akka-goddesses. In Sámi mythology, the first akka was Maderakka and her daughters were Sarakka, Uksakka and Juksakka. Some Sámi thought they lived under their kota tents. Sarakka helped during the pregnancy. Juksakka had a bow and she guided boys.
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Boat figures on Saami shaman divination drums from the 17th-18th centuries, probably representing offerings but in certain cases perhaps actual vessels (Manker, 1950).
Mattarakka ~(Maderakka, Maadteraahka, Maadteraajja) is the tribal mother, ancestral mother. The Sami people are predominately maternal lineage. You still see the plant portions on the head and upraised arms, and the roots at the feet. She is also depicted with the common female orientation of a triangle showing motherhood by another triangle nested inside. Mattarahkka, the next generation manifestations are her 3 daughters: Sarakka, Uksakka, Juksakka
SARAKKA women had specific goddesses, akkorna, Madderakka and her three daughters Sarakka, Juksakka and Uksakka. They lived in the tent. Sarakka was mainly the pregnant women goddess. Both men and women sacrificed to her. Sami had her "always on the tongue and in the heart"
UKSAKKA Uksakka (door-woman) lived under the door of the cot. She guarded the door and helped parents watch the kids. At birth, it was her task to receive the child in its entry into the world. Uksakka protected child, especially when it would take its first step, so that it would not fall and get hurt. They offered drinks for her on the ground at her home in horny door.