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Let's have a rundown of some of the colorful characters who made the world less confusing for our Visayan ancestors.

Let's have a rundown of some of the colorful characters who made the world less confusing for our Visayan ancestors.

Top ten elemental spirits in the Philippines

Top ten elemental spirits in the Philippines

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Duwende - These are small creatures, much like goblins or dwarfs, living underground. They may be kind or mischievous, depending on how the person has treated them, and like to be left alone. Filipinos believe that uttering "tabi-tabi po" before entering suspected Duwende territories, will not disturb them. #Philippines #legend

Here's a Rich Treasure Trove of Philippines Legends and Myths

Duwende - These are small creatures, much like goblins or dwarfs, living underground. They may be kind or mischievous, depending on how the person has treated them, and like to be left alone. Filipinos believe that uttering "tabi-tabi po" before entering suspected Duwende territories, will not disturb them. #Philippines #legend

Adlaw - god of the sun by James Claridades | Visayan Mythology | Philippines

Philippine god of the sun and the second children of Lihangin ang Lidagat.

Tikbalang (also written as Tigbalang, Tigbalan, or Tikbalan) is a creature of Philippine folklore said to lurk in the mountains and forests of the Philippines. It is generally described as a tall, bony humanoid creature with disproportionately long limbs, to the point that its knees reach above its head when it squats down. It has the head and feet of an animal, most commonly a horse. It is sometimes believed to be a transformation of an aborted fetus which has been sent to earth from limbo.

Tikbalang (Philippine) - Also known as the Slenderman by some, these tall…

Entire Pantheon of Philippine Mythology | Deities, Heroes, Creatures | The Aswang Project

Philippine Mythology is fascinating, beautiful, terrifying, and confusing. This regional chart gives us a greater understanding of its magnificence.

Ancient Tagalog Deities in Philippine Mythology

Ancient Tagalog Deities in Philippine Mythology

Diwata- Philippine myth: a dryad-like spirit that was benevolent and neutral. She invoked positive crop growth, health and fortune. They can also incur illness, or misfortune if not respected. They reside in large trees and are guardians of nature.

Maria Cacao is the diwata or mountain goddess associated with Mount Lantoy in Argao, Cebu, Philippines, similar to Maria Makiling of Los Ba~.

Sometimes aswang is the generic term applied to all types of #mythological #creatures, ghosts, manananggals, tiktik, tikbalang and monsters. Though the aswang is often confused with manananggal, they are different creatures. #Philippines #myths

Aswang is a mythical creature in Filipino folklore. The aswang is an inherently evil vampire-like creature and is the subject of a wide variety of myths and stories, the details of which vary greatly.

Tagalog pantheon. Likely post-colonial or after contact with Arab/Muslim Malay culture, as evidenced by the presence of Sitan.

Likely post-colonial or after contact with Arab/Muslim Malay culture, as evidenced by the presence of Sitan.

Dragon Hoard: Philippine Dragons

earthmagick: “ pinoy-culture: “ ᜊᜃᜓᜓᜈᜏ Bakunawa ~ The Moon Eating Water Dragon Deity of the Underworld The Bakunawa, also known as Bakonawa, Baconaua, or Bakonaua, is a deity in Philippine mythology.

Ancient Tagalog Deities in Philippine Mythology

The stories of ancient Philippine mythology include deities, creation stories, mythical creatures, and beliefs. List of gods in Philippine Mythology.

Ribung linti-the god of thunders and lightning. He is able to control thunder and to release bolts of electricity and harness lightning

Ribung linti-the Philippine god of thunders and lightning. He is able to control thunder and to release bolts of electricity and harness lightning

Akop- Philippine myth: a creature with thin arms and legs that feeds on the fat that seeps out of dead bodies.

Akop- Philippine myth: a creature with thin arms and legs that feeds on the fat that seeps out of dead bodies.

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