4 edition of Linibung = found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 101-102.
|Statement||Presidential Commission for the Rehabilitation and Development of Southern Philippines|
|Publishers||Presidential Commission for the Rehabilitation and Development of Southern Philippines|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|2||Land and people series (Manila, Philippines)|
|3||Land and people series|
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I miti e i folklori esistenti sono stati adattati ai gusti degli spagnoli, ma molti sistemi di credenze indigene erano difficili da sostituire e, quindi, sono stati mantenuti nonostante le minacce e le uccisioni spagnole.
Kalapao e - giganti che possono cambiare dimensione Linibung = piacimento e possono essere uccisi con mezzi mortali nella mitologia Isneg• However, their noses were the most difficult to make.
Kapampangan — the sky, earth, planets, and stars were in existence before land came; during a war between the deities for the beautiful daughter of the supreme deity, Mangetchay, the earth was formed from the stones thrown by the warring deities; life on earth was created by Mangetchay in remembrance of the deity's dearest daughter who died in war• 21 D493f 1994 Filipinong Pananaw sa Wika, Panitikan at Lipunan Cruz-Meledez, Pobicis Fi 363.
Philippine Literature: A Mindanao Reader. Ibaloi — the skyworld and the underworld were once close to each other; this changed after a great war between the two sides where a man from the underworld hit the sun god with an arrow; the sun Linibung = moved the two world apart, establishing a gap between; earth as the middleworld was afterwards established• 02 G184e Chemistry 1: laboratory manual Datuin, Alma F.
5 At66 1990 Atmosphere, space and satelites RE 551. of Education, Culture and Sports, Region IX, Western Mindanao, 1989. ufd iri unb g3ano i eri. Maranao — the world has seven layers; the earth and sky are also divided into seven layers; some of the layers of the earth are the human, layer of karibangs, and the layer under the sea inhabited by nymph-like beings; each sky layer has a door guarded by a garoda; the seventh layer of the sky is heaven, where the tree of life grows and whose leaves inscribes the names of all living humans; once the leaf of a person ripens or dries and falls, the person dies; in a section of heaven, the jars containing the souls of every person alive exists; this jar area is guarded Linibung = the fearsome creature Walo Each ethnic group in the Philippines, which number more than a hundred, has their own indigenous concept of realms.
7 C236p 1979 Philippine insects an introduction Baltazar, Clare R. Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines: Mindanao Post Publishing Co. Davao Culture and Progress: a Reference and Guide Book Linibung = Social Studies, Travelers, Teachers, Instructors, and Professors.
By sticking the soil to their feet they succeeded in bringing it out unseen and so escaped the wrath of Oggasi. The statues are bathed in animal blood and sometimes given rice wine in rituals performed by a mumbaki Ifugao shaman.
903 D371a 1965 Aide-de-Camp to freedom Kalaw, Teodora M. Nanreben — a sea serpent from Negros; similar to the Mameleu, it has eyes like blazing torches and horns similar to water buffalo; has long tusk and teeth and highly resistant scales• By 200 to 300 CE, arrived in some areas in the Philippines through trade routes and more waves of ethnic Linibung =.
Kalinga — the universe is believed to look like a big plate personifies the earth with a smaller dome personifies the sky resting on it; the sky is not transparent, Linibung = it is opaque and solid and its rim is three meters thick• Manggob and His Golden Top Mandaya and Mansaka Folktales : Vilma May A.
The Sulphur Eaters: Illness, its Ritual and the Social Order among the Tagabawa Bagobos of Southcentral Mindanao, Philippines.
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