The Oontak as well have their own history of their Sky-Gods. (On several blue stone tablets liked hardened clay but much stronger (Lapis Lazuli)).
The Oontak were created by the Great Spirit Cloud Om, which in the Beginning felt the Sky-Spark then rained forth life onto Pscias.
First, came the swimming things that dreamed forth the water and sky, after which came the beasts of the land which dreamed forth the plants and vegetation, after which came the winged creatures which dreamed forth the suns and moons. Like rain, from the Great Spirit Cloud Om they fell, touching the soil and sea, blossoming forth. Then the Suns loved the Moons and the Moons loved the Suns, and they came together in the sky and created new life, the Oontak.
The Oontak eggs fell from the Spirit Cloud and let forth a resounding crack as they fell to the soil, and from those eggs the Oontak emerged. They walked upright and could make things with their hands. For some time, they lived in harmony with their world, and remained true to the land. Then the Faruk or (Sky-Gods as it is translated) came, in their mighty Fire Chariots from their Red Star in the Spotted Sky.
The Faruk hunted the fierce beasts of the field, and winged creatures of the air, and the swimming things of the water. The Oontak feared the Faruk, the Oontak fell to their knees and worshipped the Faruk as the Faruk wielded terrible magic and fire and spark, and they named An-hu their god, the mightiest of Faruk. An-hu was honored with praise, and song, and dance by the Oontak. An-hu in-turn taught them their speech (gave vision to their seers)and gave them tools to work the mines, to mine for Kra-Kra (also known as Crimshaw) the metal like stone used to build the great Temple of An-hu. An-hu began to demand blood-sacrifice of the Oontak. First it began with the swimming things, then it became the winged creatures, then it became the beasts of the land, finally it became the Oontak themselves being sacrificed to the great An-hu Lord of the Faruk. The Oontak felt sorrow and much despairing, they missed the old ways, and began to weep great rivers of blood and tears.
When the Beasts and Winged Creatures and swimming things drank from these rivers of blood and tears, the Beasts and Creatures and Things became angered. The great Breii-Ta (Shadow Cat) taught the Oontak how to fight, and Shepsha-la (the great Rainbow-bird) taught them wisdom, and Man-ku (the great water serpent) taught them sight, so the Oontak had the three virtues of the moons to fight and rebel against the Faruk. A great battle was fought. An-hu became angered, and when An-hu was angered he brought forth the Bright Flower with the power of the suns, many Oontak died. The Sky-Goddess Ni-na came to the Oontak and felt pity for them. She brought them blessings and showered them in tears of sorrow for the suffering of the Oontak and the anger of An-hu.
Ni-na sang songs of hope and joy for the Oontak and told them that the An-hu will hide the Bright Flower forever in the heart of the Temple of An-hu, they will then depart to heaven to sleep until the great awakening. Ni-na gave them comfort and taught them the ritual of the sleep which they must perform on the solstice of each lunar year, then when they day comes that they wish to see the Faruk again they must perform the ritual of the Great Awakening written in the writings on the walls of the Temple of An-hu. An-hu and the Faruk will then return to bring the Oontak with them to the great gathering in the Heavens. Ni-na also warned the Oontak of entering the Temple.
Because An-hu emptied himself of his anger and lust for blood and left it in the temple. It was bound in place and sealed by the Bright Flower. If they forget the ritual of Ni-na it will release the Anger and Blood lust of An-hu which will escape the temple and would seek to harm the Oontak and all life on Pscias. The Oontak are guardians of the Bright Flower and the Temple of An-hu singers of the song of Ni-na..