Mythology of Quaoar: the creation force of the Tongva Native American tribe
"'Quaoar' the great force of creation sings and dances the high ones (Deities) into existence. He dances and sings first 'Weywot' who becomes Sky Father; they sing and dance 'Chehooit' Earth Mother into existence. The trio sing 'Tamit' Grandfather Sun to life. As each divine one joins the singing and dancing, the song becomes more complex and the dance more complicated.
In turn 'Moar', Grandmother Moon (a very complex deity), 'Pamit' the Goddess of the sea, 'Manit', the Lord of dreams and visions, 'Manisar' the bringer of food and harvests, 'Tukupar Itar' Sky Coyote (who is also our major hero), 'Tolmalok', the Goddess of Shishongna (the underworld) join in the singing, dancing and creating.
And finally the great seven giants who hold up the worlds are created. The High Ones in turn are aided by 'Eagle, Duck, Bear, and Frog' in a grand earth diving story. Frog brings up soil out of the deep dark sea, and the four animals dance it flat and wide.
The 'Gods and Goddesses' then furnish the world 'Tovangar' with hills, mountains, trees, rivers, etc. 'Tobohar' (first man) and 'Pahavit' (first woman) are also part of this great 'Creation song and dance cycle'."
Creation by wiki platform structure
Quaoar has the ability to create platform structures that allow wiki principles in almost every situation and context.
Some examples in Internet are the on-line encyclopedia wikipedia (2001), the NGO Nabuur (2001), or social network services; in computers are operative systems, where programs are installed, like the first Windows (1983) or Windows XP (2001); in trade are second hand stores, libraries or assisted reproductive technology centres; in nature are the ecosystems, in which the mythology of Quaoar is based. In the future civilization of the movie "Minority Report" (2002), the judicial system is based on a Quaoar platform structure. In the movie "Blood Diamond" (2006), there is an example of Quaoar on economy.