When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Philippine mythology

Collection by Rickey Lynn

19 
Pins
 • 
9 
Followers
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, Filipino Tattoos, Traditional Filipino Tattoo, Traditional Art, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Star Goddess

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.

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

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

Filipino tattoos – Tattoos And Filipino Art, Filipino Tribal, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Female Character Concept, Fantasy Character Design, Character Design Inspiration, Character Art, Philippine Mythology

Ynaguinid, Bisayan Goddess of War & Poisons + Full Moon in Aries — Hella Pinay

Ynaguinaid ain't nuthin 2 f**k wit

Filipino tattoos – Tattoos And Filipino Art, Filipino Tribal, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Female Character Concept, Fantasy Character Design, Character Design Inspiration, Character Art, Philippine Mythology

Ynaguinid, Bisayan Goddess of War & Poisons + Full Moon in Aries — Hella Pinay

Ynaguinaid ain't nuthin 2 f**k wit

Here's my version of Mayari, the Goddess of Moon and Combat in Tagalog Mythology. She is usually depicted as a beautiful young maiden, a lone goddess of the moon and one of the three daughters of the supreme god Bathala by a mortal woman. Star Goddess, Goddess Art, Moon Goddess, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippine Mythology, Greek Mythology, Roman Mythology, Character Inspiration

Mayari, Clarita Joy Cailan

Mayari by Clarita Joy CailanHere's my version of Mayari the Goddess of Moon and Combat in Tagalog Mythology. She is usually depicted as a beautiful young maiden a lone goddess of the moon and one of the three daughters of the supreme god Bathala by a mortal woman. She is also the goddess of revolutions and right to equal rule. . . . It's so fulfilling to break out of my art block. This piece was actually for an art collab and having deadline is really a great motivation for me to finish my…

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. Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Words, Filipino Tattoos, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Cultura Filipina

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 - the goddess of the moon. Libulan has the ability to manipulate the power of the moon. Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Philippine Mythology, Baybayin, World Mythology

squeegool

Libulan - the goddess of the moon. Libulan has the ability to manipulate the power of the moon.

pinoy-culture: “ squeegool: “ Magwayen - The goddess of the sea who is believed to take the kalag (soul) of the dead in Sulad (land of the dead). ” Magwayen is also one of the primordial deities for. Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Quotes, Sacred Feminine, Divine Feminine, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Philippine Mythology, Goddess Of The Sea

Ancient Visayan Deities in Philippine Mythology • THE ASWANG PROJECT

Philippine gods and goddesses of the ancient Visayas. Ancient Visayan Deities in Philippine Mythology

Ynaguiguinid - goddess of war (diwata ng digmaan), and mother of the protagonist “malaya / simeon” in the Filipino epic series “Indio” I don’t know if I could make another fan art of this series. Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Celtic Mythology, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Philippines Culture, Fantasy Rpg

Adlaw - the god of the sun. Adlaw can manipulate...

Adlaw - the god of the sun. Adlaw can manipulate all aspects of a sun’s power (immense heat and luminosity). He’s my favorite diwata. ^^