Towards an understanding of Philippine myths by Francisco R. Demetrio

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Published by Xavier University Press in [Cagayan de Oro .

Written in English

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  • Folklore -- Philippines.,
  • Mythology, Philippine.

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StatementFrancisco R. Demetrio.
The Physical Object
Pagination38 p. ;
Number of Pages38
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Open LibraryOL21309654M

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Philippine mythology is a collection of stories and superstitions about magical beings a.k.a. deities whom our ancestors believed controlled everything. It’s part of the folklore, which covers all kinds of traditional knowledge embedded in our society:.

TOWARDS AN UNDERSTANDING OF PHILIPPINE MYTHS 37 2. The Truth of Myth The truth of myth is not the truth of history. It is the truth of experience, 01 the real, of life, the holy,the sacred. A person who kneels before the image of his Santo Nino and with all his heart prays for the.

Philippine mythology is the body of myths, tales, and belief systems held by Filipinos (composed of more than a hundred ethnic peoples in the Philippines), originating from various cultures and traditions of the peoples of what eventually became the Philippines.

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Philippine mythology is strong in the provinces. Because the country has many islands and is inhabited by different ethnic groups, Philippine mythology and superstitions are very diverse. However, certain similarities exist among these groups, such as the belief in Heaven.

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