perform a miracle rice and wine from bamboo Tamblot successful gained 2k

Perform a miracle rice and wine from bamboo tamblot

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perform a miracle (rice and wine from bamboo) ~ Tamblot successful, gained 2k followers 1621, PAGALI REVOLT in Leyte ~ Broke out while Tamblot revolt is On-going ~ Suppressed by Cebu Alcalde Mayor Juan de ALCARAZO , sent Cebuano soldiers ~ Capitalized with Filipinos being Regionalistic ~ Strategy: Divide and Conquer 1841, APOLINARIO DELA CRUZ REVOLT in Tayabas
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~ Hermano Pule wanted to be a priest ~ 1832, Dominican (applied and got rejected) ~ Formed a religious order, Confradia de San Jose exclusive to natives membership expanded, 4K-5K ~ Religious order considered as Subversive ~ Soldiers from Manila vs Tayabas Economic 1807, BASI REVOLT in Piddig, Ilocos ~ Rejected monopoly of alcohol and vinegar 1762, DIEGO SILANG REVOLT in Vigan, Ilocos ~ Rejected Spanish taxation and abuses ~ A principalia who sympathizes ~ Sept. 1762, a messenger to the Galleon during this time the British arrived to the PH for Seven Years War of France and Great Britain France + Spain v.s. Great Britain (fr India) under Colonel William Draper PH unstable, no Gov-Gen, under Archbishop Manuel Antonio Rojo del Rio (no military skills) ~ Silang went back to Vigan, defeated Spanish forces ~ Dec 1762, defeated Spaniards, Filipinize church and government, taxation, and principalia ~ Gov-Gen Dawson Drake (British) sent forces for Silang to free Ilocos Did not materialize; former Vigan Bishop Bernardo USTARIZ proclaimed himself as Alcalde Mayor after being overthrown as archbishop ~ Pedro BECBEC and Miguel VICOS did not like Silang (and his taxation reforms), willing to help the Spanish, assassinated Silang Personal 1744, DAGOHOY REVOLT ~ Francisco DAGOHOY led a rebellion (1744-1829) ~ Rebellion- prolonged revolts ~ Sagarino (his brother) → proper Catholic burial Gaspar de MORALES Sagarino → he died in a duel, therefore, not a will of God ~ Defended by Cebuanos v Reasons for Revolt Failures Presence of traitors Regionalism ~ “divide and conquer” ~ natives were put up against natives Inferior weapons and forces 19TH CENTURY EVENTS v Dubbed as “Century of Change” (1700) mainly due to the numerous societal changes that happened v Traced back to: Charles II (1700) → member of the Hapsburg house He did not have an offspring/successor to the throne → POLITICAL CRISIS 1702: War of Spanish Succession ~ Great Britain, Portugal, Holy Roman Empire (HRE), and The Netherlands vs. Spain and France ~ Leopold I (HRE) ~ Philippe, Duke of Anjou Grandson of Louis XIV Later on became Philip V Great Britain, Portugal, HRE, and The Netherlands were afraid of the possible
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eradication of the balance of power (no power can dominate others) 1713: TREATY OF UTRECHT ~ Philippe had to leave and renounce French throne ~ Became Philip V (Bourbon) v Enlightenment/Age of Reason Improvement in the scientific method and logic Lower dependence on religious dogmatism BOURBON REFORMS v Political Reorganization v Changes in economic policies and practices v Higher reliance on experts for advice v 1778 → Jose BASCO Y VARGAS Wanted to bring the Bourbon Reforms to
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