Tikbalang by Davesrightmind on DeviantArt
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In ancient Philippine mythology, Mayari is the one-eyed moon-goddess of war, revolution, beauty and strength- daughter of the chieftain of the gods, Bathala, and a mortal woman, Mayari battled with...
igorot dance by squeegool on DeviantArt
igorot dance still in the process of finalizing this character... she looks a bit old in this one. -_- igorot dance
Balbal by isaiahpaul on DeviantArt
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.
N is for Nuno sa Punso - The Nuno sa Punso differs from a dwende or dwarf of Philippine folklore. The dwende is a playful hobgoblin who shows himself to children, while the Nuno is a goblin easily angered and will do harm to those who damage or disturb its punso. If someone were to trample or kick the Nuno's home, the offender's foot would swell.
“Haliya is the masked moon goddess, warrior, and protector of women in Ibalon, a section of pre-colonial Philippines. With her brother Bulan, the moon god, the two deities were said to be incredibly...
An Ultimate Guide To Philippine Mythology Gods And Goddesses
Here's everything you need to know about the fascinating and enchanting world of Philippine mythology gods and goddesses.
Dalikamata. She is the Goddess of Health and Ailments. She is also known as the many-eyed god. The purpose of her eyes is that it makes her look after people who are in need. She is also known to punish people who inflicts pain and suffering to the innocent with blindness or sickness.