Xolas (Genesis) is a Creation myth originating from the Kawésqar belief system. The main deity depicted in this myth is likely Xolas.
In a nutshell
Xolas was the supreme deity associated with creation, life, and death according to the Kawésqar culture of Tierra del Fuego (South America). The deity would place the soul into humans when they were born and retreive it back when the person passed away.
The Xolas Genesis creation myth comes from the people of Tierra del Fuego in South America, modern day Patagonia. Xolas was a supreme deity in older Chilean civilizations known as Kawésqar, Kaweskar, Alacaluf or Halakwulup (meaning "mussel eater" in Yaghan). These latter names are also attributed to the people who occupy the western portion of Tierra del Fuego to this day. However, according to the National Library of Chile, the term Alacalufes is not correct.
"Between the Taitao peninsula and the Strait of Magellan , by the channels and fjords in which the southern landscape breaks, the Kawéskar lived - misnamed Alacalufes by many scholars -, always above their hallef(canoe), visiting places where there is an abundance of shellfish or where you can hunt sea lions or huemules." 
In any case, Xolas created the Earth and everything else according to the myth.
🡩"Kawéskar: Southern towns of Chile," National Library of Chile, memoriachilena.gob.cl, accessed June 18, 2020.
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