Days passed by and the famine was worsening its toll upon the people. So the people decided to meet Kinoingan again to plead for mercy and to ask for seeds from Him.
However this time Kinoingan was nowhere to be seen. Then as they approached the place where they last met Him, they could not recognize it, for it had turned into a lush farm with all the foodcrops and fruit plants that they longed for, growing all around.
All the fruit trees were heavily laden with ripening fruits and the food crops, including red rice, all ready to be harvested. The people knew then that the sacrificed daughter of Kinoingan (Ponompulan) had transformed into various crops and plants that were to nourish and save them from the great famine.
They then fell to their knees and said their first thanksgiving prayers to Kinoingan, Sumundu and Ponompuan as Huminodun (The Transformed Sacrifice).
Here lies the foundation of the Kadazandusun belief that all the plants of life grew out from Huminodun’s sacrificed body-parts and that all food crops and fruit trees have their individual spirit called Rusod, having come from Huminodun. The specific spiritual part of Huminodun that became the Rusod (Soul-Spirit) of rice is fondly called Bambarayon by Bobolians.