“It is I, Hara-Ke, the Mother of Sweet Waters. Allow my love to bring refreshment to your spirit this day.”
Hara-Ke is a Nigerian Goddess of Sweet Waters and Spring Rains, who resides under the river Niger with two dragons, Godi and Goru. Her themes are spring, weather, providence, harvest and growth. Her symbols are seeds, soil, rain, water and dragon images. Her followers bless their garden tools and seeds, with the spirit of Hara-Ke, before Spring commences, to ensure a good harvest and plentiful rains. Her followers also call on her as they bathe or shower, to bring refreshment to their spirit.