His body was also unusual and coarse in skin texture. He also had ability to influence others. Through several of His adventures, He was able to bring about abundant life accidentally, and also produce a child, by the power of the Zemi (god) called Bayamanaco (all of this took place because of Deminan's hunger and His wanting to prepare Cassava).
The abundant life was the endless fish life of the Caribbean Sea; a sea which He inadvertently let loose into the world and caused the islands of the Caribbean to form. His child, whose symbol was the turtle, became the Polyandrous Wife of Deminan and His Brothers and they peopled the Caribbean Islands.
The lessons we learn from Deminan is that great power has both costs and benefits. How we operate with nature will determine how we fare within the world with ourselves and other life forms. Responsibility and accountability is important in regards to Our Mother, the planet. DEOZI! For Artwork Services, Contact firstname.lastname@example.org!