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Modern Baybayin Philippines -Standard set 28 Characters (Since 2011,2012,2012) Complete set -for Modern usage -Documents ,Names ,Diaries and others.

Anagolay "Goddess of Lost Things" - The Philippines Today

Anagolay "Goddess of Lost Things" - The Philippines Today

Anagolay is known as the goddess of lost things. She is the mother of the god of the sun, Apolaki. An asteroid was named after her.

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

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, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Traditional Filipino Tattoo
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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.

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, World Mythology, Greek Mythology
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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.

Tikbalang - 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 wh

Tikbalang- Philippine myth: a tall bony humanoid with disproportionate long limbs. It had the head and feet of a horse. It was a fierce protector of his domain; the forest. If any traveller had bad intentions against his home he would play tricks in them. Leading them in circles no matter what direction they turned.

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

Mapulon is Lakapatis's husband, considered to be one of the most beautiful deity. Known as a god of health, he manipulates the weather to grow medicinal plants. Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Cultura Filipina, World Mythology
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Mapulon, God of Seasons - The Philippines Today

Mapulon is Lakapatis's husband, considered to be one of the most beautiful deity. Known as a god of health, he manipulates the weather to grow medicinal plants.

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, Cultura Filipina, Character Inspiration, Character Design, Divas
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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.

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In Philippine Mythology, Mayari is the one-eyed moon goddess of war, beauty, strength, & revolution - moon photography World Mythology, Greek Mythology Art, Roman Mythology, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Goddess Art, Moon Goddess

In Philippine Mythology, Mayari is the one-eyed moon goddess of war, beauty, strength, & revolution

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. Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Game Character Design, Character Art, Cultura Filipina, World Mythology, Greek Mythology
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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.

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Philippines' BALBAL __ In Philippine mythology a Bal-Bal is a monster that steals corpses whether it is in a funeral or grave and feeds on them. Magical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Filipino, Philippine Mythology, Philippines Culture, Demonology, Mythological Creatures, Angels And Demons, Fantasy Rpg
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Philippines' BALBAL __ In Philippine mythology, a Bal-Bal is a monster that steals corpses whether it is in a funeral or grave and feeds on them.

Anitun Tabu is also called Anitun Tauo in Zambales. It is said that she had a very high position among the gods but she was demoted in her rank due to excess arrogance. Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Traditional Filipino Tattoo, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Cultura Filipina, Mythos Academy
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Filipino Indigenous women

I'm planning to do a series of different Filipino Indigenous women. well good luck on doing research.