A creator deity who emerged from a rock in the middle of the sea with his sister and wife Munsumundok. They walked across the water until they arrived at the house of the god Bisagit. He gave the pair earth and after it was placed, Kinharingan created the Dusuns. In an alternative story, the pair was dirty and when they washed themselves the dirt from their bodies became land. They also created the sun, the moon, and the constellations.
One myth state that as there was no food, they killed their child, cut it up and planted it, from which came rice, coco-nut, betel-nut, vines, corn, sugar cane, etc.
- Evans, Ivor H. N. (1923). Studies in Religion, Folklore, and Custom in British North Borneo and the Malay Peninsula. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 4, 5.
- MacKenzie, Donald A. (1930). Myths from Melanesia and Indonesia. London: Gresham, p. 336.