From Philippine Mythology, "Malakas at Maganda" by Nestor Redondo

From Philippine Mythology, "Malakas at Maganda" or Strength & Beauty by Nestor Redondo

Bernardo Carpio Art Print by Kendrick Salting -    Artist's note: Artwork for a fan-fiction that I made based on Trese Comics by Budjette Tan and Kajo Baldisimo.     This one features Bernardo Carpio from Philippine Mythology who is known to cause earthquakes. (Wikipedia)

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Bernardo Carpio Art Print by Kendrick Salting - Artist's note: Artwork for a fan-fiction that I made based on Trese Comics by Budjette Tan and Kajo Baldisimo. This one features Bernardo Carpio from Philippine Mythology who is known to cause earthquakes. (Wikipedia)

So what exactly is a Penanggalan? The name translates literally as "head with dancing entrails", and little more physical description should be necessary. Sometimes shown trailing an entire set of viscera or even a spinal cord, the traditional Penanggalan consists solely of woman's head and digestive tract, floating through the air like some bloody, dripping jellyfish.

The Penanggalan - southeast Asian vampire depicted solely of a woman's head and digestive tract, floating through the air like some bloody, dripping jellyfish.

Typography plate for Sir Alpajora *free plate/ final plate traditional art pen and colored pencils

Typography plate for Sir Alpajora *free plate/ final plate traditional art pen and colored pencils Philippine Mythology: Lakambakod(A) at Bathala (B)

Bathala. Also known as Abba, this highest-ranking deity was described as “may kapal sa lahat,” or the creator of everything. His origin is unknown but his name suggests Hindu influences. According to William Henry Scott, Bathala was derived from the Sanskrit bhattara which means “noble lord.” #FilipiKnow #PhilippineMythology

Here's everything you need to know about the wild, colorful world of Philippine mythology's legendary gods and goddesses.

Ang Kasal ng Bayawak by Lakandiwa on DeviantArt.  (The Bayawak's Wedding) Pen & Ink on Paper. From the artist's DeviantArt page: "There is an obscure Tagalog folk tale that says if it is sunny and raining at the same time, bayawaks or monitor lizards get married on such days.   This belief has many parallelisms in other countries, such in Japan, it is the foxes that get married, and in Africa it is the hyena. Even in the Philippines, another variation is that they are tikbalang instead of…

Ang Kasal ng Bayawak / The Bayawak's Wedding Pen & Ink on Paper There is an obscure Tagalog folk tale that says if it is sunny and raining at the sa.

Hud hud hi Aliguyon

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