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.
Filipino Creatures Zodiac by WhatItMeansToBeHuman on DeviantArt
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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.
Tattoos in the Cordillera
Tattooing was prevalent during the pre-Hispanic and early colonial period in the Philippines. The practice was common among the Bontok, Ifugao and Kalinga people, the major warrior groups in the Cordillera, in the 16th century.
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.
History of the Philippine Flag | Presidential Museum and Library
The History of the Philippine Flag Revolutionary beginnings On May 28, 1898, days after the return of General Emilio Aguinaldo from exile in Hong Kong, Filipino troops were once again engaged in a battle against Spanish forces in Alapan, Cavite. It was in this skirmish that the Philippine flag was first unfurled as the revolutionary continue reading : History of the Philippine Flag
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
whang od: kalinga's last mambabatok
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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.