Sexual mores not allowed professional de virginizers

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∆ Sexual mores not allowed ∆ Professional de-virginizers not allowed ∆ Mating is for procreation important because same-sex mating is accepted in pre-hispanic society c. Penance ∆ Lessens time in purgatory ∆ One is given a list of prayers. ∆ Abused by the church ∆ Buying forgiveness/salvation from the church RESPONSES OF FILIPINOS TO COLONIALISM 1. Acceptance v Element of fear is still present v Seen on parts such as Manila, Cebu, Vigan, Iloilo v Easy life inside the Reduccion 2. Resistance/Rejection Mindanao Religion : Islam is also a very organized religion Wealth and Power: Sultanates of Sulu’s political entities extend as far as Malaysia and Indonesia Support from Europeans : Great Britain and Netherlands together with the Sultanate v.s. Spain ~ Sultanate now goes to battle carrying the same weapon with that of Spain Spanish response towards resistance ~ 1851: Treaty between Sulu and Manila ~ War between Sulu and Spain stopped ~Truce People cannot resist through Jihad anymore ~ Evolved to Juramentado (individual Jihad, suicide mission in the name of religion) ~ Done using the kris Cordilleras
Ygolotes - historical meaning: taga- bundok ~ Considered uncivilized by the Spanish ~ To colonize in search of Gold Missiones Vivas ~ A specific strategy the Spanish made to shorten the duration of travel to the Cordilleras ~ Established settlements (military base) at the foot of the mountain: Buffer Zone Reasons why strategy to colonize failed 1. Tendency to relocate 2. Pagkakanyaw (head hunting) 3. Ilocano Soldiers (concept of Ilaya-Ilawud) buys tobacco from the Cordilleras instead of invading ∆ Spanish monopolizes tobacco 4. Failure of weapons and horses ∆ Horses not accustomed to terrain ∆ Gunpowder not working due to humid climate ∆ Some historians believe that in reality they only fear pagkakanyaw 3.“Sporadic” Revolts v Shown in areas where Colonialism was accepted v Only rejected certain aspects of colonialism Political - Principalia 1574, SULAYMAN REVOLT in Manila ~ Sulayman wanted to go back to political power ~ To prevent this, Spanish gave certain privileges No tax, no participation to polo and bandala Appointed as Cabeza de Barangay / Gobernadorcillo ~ Motivator of Principalia privileges 1587, CONSPIRACY OF THE MAHARLIKAS (Tondo Conspiracy) ~ Plot by noblemen of Maynila, by descendants of Lakandula Magat Salamat with cousins Augustin de Legazpi and Martin Pangan (shall be made king) ~ Supports Received: Soldiers and reinforcements from Pampanga, Bulacan, Batangas, Laguna, Cavite War ships from the Sultanate of Brunei Weapons from Japan ~ Plan did not materialize (plan was promising but it never became a revolt) En route to Brunei, the noblemen went to Cuyo, Palawan first for Datu SUMACLOB (will provide 2k soldiers) Datu Sumaclob asked helped from Antonio SURABAO who told Spanish officials about the plan Religious 1621, TAMBLOT REVOLT in Bohol ~ A bayugin who lost followers ~ Challenged Jesuits (of Baclayon) to

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