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  • READ THE STORY HERE: LEGEND OF MT DANGLAY
  • READ NOTES ON BUNGANSAKIT HERE
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  • THE INDOMITABLE Eastern Visayan(A GUIDE TO KNOWING WARAY FOLK VIEWS AND LORE)
  • THE WARAYThe Waray is the epitome of the “BISAYA”, the fun loving, warm, kinshipnurturing peoples of the eastern islands of our archipelago namely Samar,Leyte and Biliran. Aside from giving importance in life their domiciles,families, relations and their material environs; they treasure so much andhold in endearment their pride as peoples of the Philippines and theirstrong connection to their Faith in the Supreme God whose will andintervention is greater than their own and in any human or naturalphenomena…
  • The PINTADOSKNOWING THE "The Bisayans are called Pintados because they are in fact so, not by nature although they are well-built, well-featured andPAST>>> white, but by painting their entire bodies from head to foot as soon as they are young men with strength and courage enough to endure the torture of painting. In the old days, they painted themselves when they had performed some brave deed. They paint themselves by first drawing blood with pricks from a very sharp point, following the design and lines previously marked by the craftsmen in the art, and then over the fresh blood applying a black powder that can never again be erased. They do not paint the whole body at one time, but part by part, so that the painting takes many days to complete. In the former times they had to perform a new feat of bravery for each of the parts that were to be painted. The paintings are very elegant, and well proportioned to the members and parts where they are located. I used to say there, captivated and astonished by the appearance of one of these, that if they brought it to Europe a great deal of money could be made by displaying it. Children are not painted. The women paint the whole of one hand and a part of the other.“ Alzina, Francisco S.J., “Historias de las Islas y Indios de Bisaias…1668”
  • The first impression of the western man on theTHE WARRIOR “GARBOSO” native in Leyte could be read in Pigafettas account in Limasawa when he described the brother of Rajah Siani of that island: He "was the handsomest among these people. His hair was very black and of shoulder length; he had a silk cloth on his head and two large gold rings hang from the ears. He wore a cotton cloth, embroidered with silk to cover himself from waist down to the knees. On his side, he wore a dagger with a long handle, all of gold, with its scabbard made of carved wood. With this he wore upon him scents of storac and binoin (benzoin). He was tanned and his face was all painted... The painted king was called Colambu and the other Rajah Siani." (Blair & Robertson))4] Pigafetta described the garb on Siani as painted, although the markings were tattoos which were shared by many peoples of the Islands upon the period of discovery by the Spaniards. He was describing then the manner of grooming of Pintado men especially those who belonged to the upper structure of society.
  • PROSELYTIZATION
  • MYTHS, ORAL TRADITIONSAND LEGENDS
  • THE LEGEND OF MOUNT DANGLAY or HOW TACLOBAN GOT ITS NAME –Artworks by Dulz Cuna (From an Oral Tradition)
  • THE LEGEND OF BUNGANSAKIT – ABASEYNON TALE
  • WARAY MACHISMO SUGUIHON the triumphant SUITOR and the Vengeful WARRIOR Suguihon, Bungansakit’s lover and consequently husband may have consequently belonged to the Visayan Aristocracy and warrior class. He is said to be a converted native for recent interpretations of the legend described the marriage ofAlden Lugnasin as SUGUIHON in Ballet Bungansakit and Suguihon to bePhilippines “BUNGANSAKIT” (Fruit of in a Christian ceremony..Sacrifice) “Bisan han mga bisan, Saypa han mga Saypa” (Waray idiom)
  • WHERE THE STUFF OF THE LORE COMES FROM>> Flora, Fauna , Heritage Landmarks Transpo and Warfare Familiar Utensils and Crafts
  • FOLK BELIEFS AND THE USA NGA GAB-I HA DAPITAN by DulzSUPERNATURAL Cuna (oil)
  • RELIGIOUSITY Early Sto. Nino Church 1860 by LEO VILLAFLOR (oil)
  • FOLK RELIGIOUSITY IN BODY, MIND ANDSPIRIT
  • THE SYNCRETISM OF THE SACRED ANDTHE PROFANE
  • THE TRADITIONOF THEWARAY BARD VICENTE DE VEYRA EDUARDO MAKABENTA ILLUINADO LUCENTE
  • KATIG-UBAN CONCEPTS PINOY “HORROR VACUI”
  • National Artist Francisca Reyes-Aquino on Reserch of the DanceKURATSA in Samar
  • TAGAY by Platon Varquez
  • HISTORY, HERSTORY,THEIRSTORY>>>
  • To beContinued thruStory….