The very first people who settled on Mi’Zhika were a nomadic people who did not stay very long and who inhabited a few desert shafts which they decorated with frescoes. The DRC has restored some of the caves and has provided them with furniture based on what some frescoes showed might have existed and what was left in tombs on the island. These people, whose language and alphabet has not yet been deciphered, are known as the Ghortahnti, a name the Peshinooti has given them.

Physically-speaking, these people look a lot like Berbers though their way of life and technology are radically different. The only things they have left behind are frescoes, defective technology, ruins of a shipyard and a few artifacts in the tombs they furnished.