`I received this photograph of the Hindu goddess Kundalini Shakti from Shanti Mayi. He sent it to me after hearing my interview on Red Ice Radio. Shanti was struck by how much this statue reminded him of descriptions of the Nummo and the Eight Ancestors. According to the Dogon elder Ogotemmêli, besides having green skin, the Nummo were described as fish who were capable of walking on land.
This 'Yonitrantric' figure of Kali in menstrual flux is like a handsome, well-carved sheela-na-gig. cf Ballinderry Castle It was, however, carved in the 17th century. Could the influence have travelled from Ireland to India ? Kali is the (currently impotent!) goddess-challenger of demonic testosteronic madness. Similar wooden figures of the 17th and 18th century depict goddesses giving birth.