Dimosthenis then stayed in earth for quite some time, and then got bored again. He asked Eleonora to give him another chance, but she stood her ground. Eleonora grew tired of hearing this, so she gave him the idea to marry one of her mud soldiers. He then was curious, and decided to struck the mud soldiers with his lightning, hoping to create someone that he could marry.
He then struck it too hard, and it became something unusual; something they decided to call “animalia”. He then struck it too soft, it grew into seeds that fell into the earth. Later on the seeds grew, and Dimosthenis was amazed and amused of what he was doing, and decided to do more.
It took them years and years to finally know the right amount of energy to throw to these mud soldiers, and by that time the earth was already filled with living creatures. Air creatures, land creatures, and even water creatures.
Dimosthenis was excited when he struck another one with lightning, and saw that it took the longest time among all the others. When it was formed, a beautiful woman was formed. He named her Malaya. Malaya was dark-skinned with a flat nose, her height a lot shorter than Eleonora's.
Eleonora was shocked, but she could not feel less jealous because this woman was more beautiful than her. Eleonora begged for Dimosthenis to marry her, not knowing that this was his plan all along. He then happily agreed, and prepared to bring Eleonora back to the sky with him.
Before they left, the beautiful woman asked for Dimosthenis to give her a partner, to keep her company at times when she knew she would feel lonely. Dimosthenis agreed and created a man, and then left for the sky. They named him Negrito. And from this, the Filipinos were made.