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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, Traditional Filipino Tattoo, Goddess Names, World Mythology

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.

Sidapa, God of Death. In Visayan mythology, Sidapa lives on Mt. Madyaa’s on the island of Panay, which is the highest mountain on the island. He is the one who measures the lives of all newborns through a very tall tree residing on the mountain by placing a mark on the tree. When the persons stature reaches that mark they immediately die and their souls are sent to the primordial goddess of the sea, Magwayen, the one who carries the souls of the dead to Sulad. Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Philippine Mythology, World Mythology, Goddess Of The Sea, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Cryptozoology, Gods And Goddesses

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P h i l i p p i n e M y t h o l o g y S e r i e s | x | S i d a p a, God of Death In Visayan mythology there is a belief of a sky god named Sidapa who lives on Mt. Madyaa's on the island of Panay,...

Diwata, engkantada (from Spanish: encantada, "enchantress, charmed") or engkanto (from Spanish: encanto, "spell, incantation, charm") are fairies, nymphs, goddesses or enchanted persons who are believed to guard natural creations such as forests, seas, mountains, land and air. Diwatas are said to reside in large trees, such as acacia and balete. They are the guardian sprits of nature, bringing blessings or curses upon those who do good or harm to the forests and mountains. Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Filipino Culture, Filipino Art, Philippine Mythology, Mythology Books, Magic Symbols, Fantasy Rpg, Gods And Goddesses

Diwata (2000)

Diwata, engkantada (from Spanish: encantada, "enchantress, charmed") or engkanto (from Spanish: encanto, "spell, incantation, charm") are fairies, nymphs, goddesses or enchanted persons who are believed to guard natural creations such as forests, seas, mountains, land and air. Diwatas are said to reside in large trees, such as acacia and balete. They are the guardian sprits of nature, bringing blessings or curses upon those who do good or harm to the forests and mountains.

 Bathala - The Supreme God Philippine Mythology, Character Inspiration, Character Design, Goddess Warrior, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Legends And Myths, Fantasy Setting, Tagalog

Bathala - The Supreme God by trixdraws on DeviantArt

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The Aswang (Philippine Ghoul) An Aswang (or Asuwang) is a ghoul in Filipino folklore. The trademark or major feature of aswangs which distinguish them from other Filipino mythological creatures is their propensity to replace stolen cadavers with the trunk Arte Horror, Horror Art, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Philippine Mythology, Japanese Mythology, Japanese Urban Legends, World Mythology, Roman Mythology

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The Aswang (Philippine Ghoul) An Aswang (or Asuwang) is a ghoul in Filipino folklore. The trademark or major feature of aswangs which distinguish them from other Filipino mythological creatures is their propensity to replace stolen cadavers with the trunk of a banana tree carved in the cadaver’s likeness. They are also said to like to eat small children. Their favorite body parts are the liver and heart. They usually live near the mountains and they never go in to cities. An aswang ...

Nuno sa Punso by Edbon Sevilleno. A Philippine spirit whose name literally means "ancestor living in an anthill". These are protector spirits of deceased elders, who guard nature around their former homes. Mythological Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Philippine Mythology, Mythology Books, Mushroom Tattoos, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Roman Gods

Fantasy and Sci-fi at their best.

Nuno sa Punso are little old enchanted beings who guards the rice fields.

Paganism and Christianity, the unlikely friends within Philippines culture. We look at how Freemasonry, paganism and Christianity are lunked and the driving force behind the hidden but massive occult force within Philippines Filipino Art, Filipino Tribal, Filipino Culture, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Spiritual Church, Spiritual Healer, Spirituality, Unlikely Friends

LGBT Culture in Ancient Philippine Beliefs

There was a time in the Philippines where homosexuality was regarded in high esteem. Homosexuals were given the same rights as that of heterosexual folks. In some cases, they held important powers and leadership roles in the community – next to the “Datu” or the chieftain. The records and evidence to support these claims are tied to the traditional concept of the Babaylan. An Overview of the Babaylan According to Wikipedia, the Babaylan “is a Visayan term identifying an indigenous Filipino…