The stories of ancient Philippine mythology include deities, creation stories, mythical creatures, and beliefs. List of gods in Philippine Mythology.

The stories of ancient Philippine mythology include deities, creation stories, mythical creatures, and beliefs. List of gods in Philippine Mythology.

Some Philippine Mythological Characters by ArvinJezer

Here are my traditional and contemporary character design of some Phil. mythological gods and godesses. Some Philippine Mythological Characters

Elemental spirits of the Philippines | Mythical Creatures, Fantasy, Art

Top ten elemental spirits in the Philippines

The DIWATA of Philippine Mythology | Forest Spirits & Goddesses

Diwatas in Philippine Mythology. "Diwata" has taken on various meanings since its assimilation into mythology

In Philippine mythology, the Bakunawa was a titanic-sized snake/dragon/crocodile/fish filled with spite, rage, and greed. It would time and again attempt a return to devour the lights in the sky. During such times of darkness, Filipinos would leave...

In Philippine mythology, the Bakunawa was a titanic-sized snake/dragon/crocodile/fish filled with spite, rage, and greed. It would time and again attempt a return to devour the lights in the sky. During such times of darkness, Filipinos would leave.

Bakunawa (The Devourer of Moons) - Philippines

Eclipse in the Philippines is "lahu" in sanskrit it's "rahu". this image is of the Bakunawa, the philippine legendary monster that swallows the moon. The total lunar eclipse was explained in this way in long times past.

The Philippines have a rich culture steeped with 1,000’s of years of history and traditions.  The infographic below will help you learn about this vibrant nation, their beliefs and even discover some of their mythological creatures.  If you continue to scroll down the page, you’ll be able to add your own favorite Filipino customs and …

[Infographic] A Guide to Filipino Culture & Traditions

Bungisngis: The Laughing Giant Cyclops of Philippine Mythology by Jerald Dorado (komiksman.com) submitted by komiksman to /r/ImaginaryMonsters0 comments original   - #Art - Abstract Surreal and Fantasy Artists - #Drawings Doodles and Sketches - Oil and Watercolor #Paintings - Digital Arts - Psychedelic Illustrations - Imaginary Worlds Architecture Monsters Animals Technology Characters and Landscapes - HD #Wallpapers by Visualinspo

Bungisngis: The Laughing Giant Cyclops of Philippine Mythology by Jerald Dorado (komiksman.com) submitted by komiksman to /r/ImaginaryMonsters0 comments original - #Art - Abstract Surreal and Fantasy Artists - #Drawings Doodles and Sketches - Oil and Watercolor #Paintings - Digital Arts - Psychedelic Illustrations - Imaginary Worlds Architecture Monsters Animals Technology Characters and Landscapes - HD #Wallpapers by Visualinspo

Tagalog pantheon. Likely post-colonial or after contact with Arab/Muslim Malay culture, as evidenced by the presence of Sitan.

Likely post-colonial or after contact with Arab/Muslim Malay culture, as evidenced by the presence of Sitan.

Top ten elemental spirits in the Philippines

Top ten elemental spirits in the Philippines

Top ten elemental spirits in the Philippines - The spelling and grammar is a little tough

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