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Sigbin Story

I think that in the end, we are all just decaying organic matter, and nobody loves us, and we would all die alone, and sad and miserable, and what the hell is that you’re eating. 671 more words

Fiction

Si Janus Silang at ang LabanĂ¡ng Manananggal-Mambabarang

Sa Palalim, Papalawak na Ikalawang Mundo

(Rebyu ng Janus Silang at ang Labanang Manananggal-Mambabarang)

Apat na buwan na ang nakalilipas matapos ang mga nakagugulat na rebelasyon ukol sa tunay na pagkatao ni Janus Silang, ng kanyang pamilya, at ng kanyang mahalagang papel na gagampanan upang mahanap si Tala. 426 more words

Reviews

BAYBAYAN: PHILIPPINE EPIC MYTH - THE CONCLUSION

Balladeer’s Blog concludes its examination of this epic myth of the Bukidnon people of the Philippines.

PART EIGHT

Alisngaran, the favorite disciple of Baybayan, stood beside the woman he loved and continued wielding his kampilan sword against the trio of attacking giants. 859 more words

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BAYBAYAN: PHILIPPINE EPIC MYTH PART SEVEN

Balladeer’s Blog continues its examination of this epic myth of the Bukidnon people of the Philippines.

PART SEVEN

With the menace of the giants and the dragons now behind them, Baybayan and his hundreds of surviving followers continued their journey toward Skyland, the home of the gods. 495 more words

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BAYBAYAN: PHILIPPINE EPIC MYTH PART SIX

Balladeer’s Blog continues its examination of this epic myth of the Bukidnon people of the Philippines.

PART SIX

The divine ship called the Salimbal rose ever higher, bearing the demigod Baybayan and his hundreds of surviving followers toward Skyland, the home of the gods. 660 more words

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BAYBAYAN: PHILIPPINE EPIC MYTH PART FIVE

Balladeer’s Blog continues its examination of this epic myth of the Bukidnon people of the Philippines.

PART FIVE

The massive craft called the Salimbal at last arrived and landed on the mountaintop where Baybayan and his hundreds of surviving followers had gathered. 486 more words

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BAYBAYAN: PHILIPPINE EPIC MYTH PART FOUR

Balladeer’s Blog continues its examination of this epic myth of the Bukidnon people of the Philippines.

PART FOUR

The demigod Baybayan led his hundreds of followers up the mountain atop which would land the Salimbal – the divine craft sent down from Skyland by the supreme deity Magbabaya. 563 more words

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