Ohnjha is a god who resembles a bird. He flies in the twin skies of the World. He sets trials and tribulations for those he senses to be worthy and if they pass his tests he guides them in a boat to the afterlife. He is black and red with a single white feather which is the only uncorrupted feather from his battle with the Five Sisters. The white feather is hope and the red and black feathers are the reason for all the pain and suffering in the world.
"Praise be to Ohnjha for he has blessed us with a favorable wind!"
by Follower of Ohnjha June 21, 2009
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