The brother of Olo-sipa, the divine twin brethren and architects who built the great walls of Nan-Tanach, the breakwater of Nan-Moluchai, the sanctuary of Pan-Kataram and the walled islets near Tomun. In a battle with the barbarian hordes from the south, Olo-sopa perished in the waters of the Chapalap river, near the great harbor, and was turned into a blue fish, the kital, which to this day is a taboo fish.



  • Christian, F. W. (1899). Caroline Islands: Travel in the Sea of the Little Lands. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, p. 383.