Celine Croze (MA)

Title: “Aicha Kandicha”

Qandisa (Qandiša) is a female mythological figure in Northern Moroccan mythology. Known in folk tales either as a goddess of lust, or simply as a female demon, she lives in springs and rivers.
Qandisa seduces young men and then drives them insane.
On the summer solstice, sacrifices are made to her.