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Aman Sinaya is a rival of Bathala. There fighting resulted in the creation of the Philippine archipelago. Traditional Filipino Tattoo, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Japanese Mythology, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Cultura Filipina

Who is Aman Sinaya? - The Philippines Today

Aman Sinaya is a rival of Bathala. She is the goddess of the sea. There fighting resulted in the creation of the Philippine archipelago.

Children of Bathala: Mayari, Tala, and Hanan.Mayari is the Goddess of the Moon. Tala is the Goddess of the Stars. Hanan is the Goddess of the Morning. Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Traditional Filipino Tattoo, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Cultura Filipina

Children of Bathala - The Philippines Today

Children of Bathala: Mayari, Tala, and Hanan.Mayari is the Goddess of the Moon. Tala is the Goddess of the Stars. Hanan is the Goddess of the Morning.

Dian Masalanta is the most loving of the gods in heaven, punished by God for lov. - Dian Masalanta is the most loving of the gods in heaven, punished by God for loving a mortal. Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Cultura Filipina

Dian Masalanta "Goddess of Lovers, Childbirth and Peace" - The Philippines Today

Dian Masalanta is the most loving of the gods in heaven, punished by God for loving a mortal. She was thrown into the world.

Libulan, God of the Moon, Patron God of Homosexuality. According to other stories, Sidapa (God of Death) was attracted to the beauty of the moon. Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Cultura Filipina, Divas

Libulan, God of the Moon, Patron God of Homosexuality - The Philippines Today

Libulan, God of the Moon, Patron God of Homosexuality. According to other stories, Sidapa (God of Death) was attracted to the beauty of the moon.

Lakapati (Ikapati) " Goddess of Fertility and Agriculture" - The Philippines Today Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Japanese Mythology, Greek Mythology, Mythological Creatures

Lakapati (Ikapati) " Goddess of Fertility and Agriculture" - The Philippines Today

Lakapati is known as the kindest deity of the tagalog. Every time of harvest, the people raise their children in heaven and pray.

Dumakulem "Guardian of the Mountains" - The Philippines Today Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Philippines Tattoo

Dumakulem "Guardian of the Mountains" - The Philippines Today

Dumakulem was known by the ancient Tagalog as a great hunter.(Filipino mythology)Kilala siya ng mga sinaunang tagalog bilang magaling na mangangaso.

Amihan saved our ancestors, "Malakas and Maganda" from the confinement of a bamboo.She is one of the first three creatures in the world. Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Mythical Creatures Art, Mythological Creatures, Cultura Filipina, Baybayin

Who is Amihan? - The Philippines Today

Amihan saved our ancestors, "Malakas and Maganda" from the confinement of a bamboo.She is one of the first three creatures in the world.

Idianale "Goddess of Labor and Good Deeds" is one of the servants of Bathala who lives in the sky. Here, she married another god named Dumangan. Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Philippine Women, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures

Idianale "Goddess of Labor and Good Deeds" - The Philippines Today

Idianale "Goddess of Labor and Good Deeds" is one of the servants of Bathala who lives in the sky. Here, she married another god named Dumangan.

Apolaki and Mayari are Bathala's children with a mortal. The the light of their eyes serves as the light throughout the world. Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Filipino Tribal Tattoos, Samoan Tribal

Apolaki "God of the Sun, Patron of Warriors" - The Philippines Today

Apolaki and Mayari are Bathala's children with a mortal. The the light of their eyes serves as the light throughout the world.

Sitan, is the god of the lower world, a leader of the evil of the ancient hell. He encourages the mortal to commit sin, with the help of his four disciples. Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Mythology Books, World Mythology, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Cultura Filipina

Sitan: God of the Lower World - The Philippines Today

Sitan, is the god of the lower world, a Leader of the evil of the ancient hell. He encourages the mortal to commit sin, with the help of his four disciples.

Bakunawa (Giant Sea Serpent) - The Philippines Today Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Japanese Mythology, Mythological Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures

Bakunawa (Giant Sea Serpent) - The Philippines Today

In other stories, we have seven (7) moons a long time ago. But it was eaten by Bakunawa(Giant Sea Serpent) until only one is left.

Gods Bathala had appointed to live with the mortals - The Philippines Today Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Chinese Mythology, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures

Gods Bathala had appointed to live with the mortals - The Philippines Today

The following are gods appointed by Bathala to live with the mortals:(tagalog and kapampangan mythology) 1.Lakan Bakod 2.Lakambini 3.Lakan Danum

Aring Sinukuan lives in Mount Arayat. He was the one who taught the ancient kapampangan metallurgy, wood cutting/gathering, and rice cultivation. Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, World Mythology, Greek Mythology, Mythological Creatures

Who is Aring Sinukuan? - The Philippines Today

Aring Sinukuan lives in Mount Arayat. He was the one who taught the ancient kapampangan metallurgy, wood cutting/gathering, and rice cultivation.

Apung Malyari is a mortal enemy of Aring Sinukuan. She is the keeper/guardian of Mount Pinatubo. Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Philippine Women, Tribal Tattoo Designs, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures

Apung Malyari - The Philippines Today

Apung Malyari is a mortal enemy of Aring Sinukuan. She is the keeper/guardian of Mount Pinatubo. (Filipino Mythology)((Kapampangan Mythology

In the culture of Zambales, Dumangan is the reason for a good harvest of rice. He is the husband of Idianale, the goddess of labor and good deeds, and both live in the sky. Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Women In History, Art History, Cultura Filipina, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Greek Mythology, Baybayin

Dumangan (God of Good harvest) - The Philippines Today

Dumangan is the reason for a good harvest of rice. He is thehusband of Idianale, the goddess of labor and good deeds, and both live in the sky.

Mangechay 'Great Elder" Kapampangan Region - The Philippines Today Korean Mythology, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, World Mythology, Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures

Mangechay 'Great Elder" Kapampangan Region - The Philippines Today

Mangechay 'Great Elder" Kapampangan Region is the equivalent of Bathala in the myth of the Kapampangan. Mangechay is known as a weaver.