In Australian Aboriginal mythology, Wuluwaid (see also Wuluwait) is a rain god. He is a god from northern Arnhem Land (northern Australia) and is known to work with Bunbulama as a rainmaker. He is also recorded by Charles Mountford and Ainslie Roberts as a boatman who ferries the souls of the dead to Purelko, the aboriginal afterlife.
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The Dreamtime (1965) Ainslie Roberts and Charles P Mountford, Adelaide, Rigby Pty Ltd.
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