adoration during worship festival called pandot Nagaanitos Sibi sorihile or

Adoration during worship festival called pandot

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adoration during worship festival called “pandot” ”Nagaanitos” “Sibi”, sorihile or small lamps, palm leaves as décor, small and big drums Nature worship and makeshift temple Bathala all powerful or maker of all things Sun, moon and Tala Universal respect and honor, great rejoicing Dian Masalanta Patron of lovers and of generation Lacapati Patron of cultivated lands Indianale Patron of husbandry Lic-ha Idols different shapes and images
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Auguries- from the Customs of the Tagalogs by Fray Juan de Plasencia Auguries Good or Bad Omen Tigmamanugui n Sneezes Serpent or rat on the way
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Divination and Season - from the Customs of the Tagalogs by Fray Juan de Plasencia Knives and daggers were divined for its usefulness and luck No established division of years, months and days Determined time through land cultivation by phases of the moon, seasons of fruits, flower and leaves yielding Recognition of sun-time and water-time
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Sacrifice and Adoration- from the Customs of the Tagalogs by Fray Juan de Plasencia Manner of Sacrifice Proclamation of feast and offer to the devil of what they had to eat. Done in front of an idol, which they anoint with fragrant oil from musk, civet or gum and aromatic woods Catalonan Officiating priest or priestess do the poetic singing and responding people. “Possessed by the devil”. Offerings Good piece of cloth, chain of gold or gold ring, goats, fowls, swine, jar of rice, buyos, fried food and fruits Reasons Recovery of a sick person, prosperous sea voyage, good harvest, triumph in war, healthy child delivery and happy married life.
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Sacrifice and Adoration- from the Customs of the Tagalogs by Fray Juan de Plasencia Mangagauay Witches acting as healer of the sick but inducer of diseases Manyisalat Witches who can apply remedies to lovers so they would abandon and despise their own wives and even cause her deadly illness. Mancocolam Emit fire and wallow on the ordure and filth which falls from the houses. Owner of the house fell ill and died. Hocloban Simple salutation and hand gesture can heal or destroy. Silagan Against anyone wearing white. Can tear out the liver and eat it. A victim was a Spanish notary killed in Catanduanes and buried in Calilaya.
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