Aholi

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In Hopi mythology, Aholi is a kachina, a spirit, also called a kachina. He is a friend of Eototo and is very handsome; he wears a colorful cloak with a picture of Muyingwa and is the patron kachina of the Pikya clan. Aholi once allowed his throat to be slit so that Eototo could escape. They eventually met again. Aholi is a mythical creature, with special talents. Such as conversing with other spirits, about sensitive information from a colleague spirit, who was just offered a job at his firm.