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  • 1.
    • Charla Cabagbag
    • Karen Gemarino
    • MM Lacuesta
    • Group 6
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    • Kiyapo - floating, stem less and gregarious plant with think light green leaves.
    • Quiapo is a waterlodgged area.
    • Clusters of islands bounded
    • by esteros before
    • Quiapo is one of the places considered as
    • centers of popular religion
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    • Opening of Suez canal, Quiapo became a center of trade.
    • Old families of Manila : Legarda, Araneta, Jenato, Paterno and Nakpil.
    • They lived in paciuous houses: Bahay na Batot
    • Jewellery shops and music stores
    • Wealthy, middle and poor lived in the same street and became friends.
    • R. Hidalgo streets- remaining heritage houses
    • Quiapo church is formerlly known as the Basilica of the Black Nazarene
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    • was built 1976
    • Former First Lady Imelda Marcos
    • Visitation of Libya's President Muammar  al-Gaddafi
    • one of the largest mosque in Metro Manila
    • The mosque also reflects the Islamic legacy in the Philippines particularly in old Manila where the early pre-Spanish settlers were actually Islamic rajahs and sultans and their tribes who originally came from southern Philippines.
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    • is a life-sized, dark-coloured, wooden sculpture of Jesus Christ, held to be miraculous by many  Filipino  devotees.
    • Brought by the Augustinian Recollect Missionaries on May 06, 1906
    • Caught on fire
    • The Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines warned the devotees "NOT TO WORSHIP THE IMAGE". The image is used only for the veneration said the CBCP.
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    • Statue of Black Nazarene –From Mexico 17 th Century
    • The Feast of the Black Nazarene is celebrated during Jan. 9 because is starts with a 9 day novena on Jan. 1
    • Every year, the number of people celebrating the feast is around 6 million bear footed people.
    • On the day of the celebration mass is celebrated in the early part of the morning.
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    • According to Bonilla, worship comes from their “Loob” and “Kalooban” or heart and will which are their domains where they build an inner life.
    • Quiapo experience shows how people make sense to a mute structure (Church) and a mute icon (Nazarene).
    • According to the church the Black Nazarene is a mere representation of Christ on earth.
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    • Processions and novenas is no that important than the mass.
    • Some practice, like walking on the knees should not be done while mass is celebrated.
    • Belief structure- system of signs is always at work, be these words, actions, objects or their combination that are used by the devotees.
    • Ex. The icons, indexical, symbolic
    • Iconic- Quiapo church
    • Symbolic-Nazarene
    • Indexical- Actions associated with their devotion
  • 20.
    • Alternative medicine
    • Ex. Alagaw, Anis, Banaba, Bayabas, Pamparegla at Pito-pito (p.127)
    • Herbalism in Quiapo is tied down to the medicine man or the
    • arbularyo, tambalan and
    • the manghihilot.
    • Seasonal business-
    • holy week
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    • Fortune-telling
    • Tarot cards
    • Ordinary playing cards
    • Numerology
    • Palmistry
    • Face reading
    • Some of them were taught by someone in the family, some get their powers from the Nazare and some say that they get their ability from the Virgin Mary.
  • 22.
    • Magic
    • People turn to magic because knowledge and science are unable to control chance, eliminate accidents and foresee things. ( John Middleton)
    • Mana na may bisa
    • - anting-anting
    • 2 klase ng anting-anting:
    • Right hand path (+) because it
    • is created with the avatars of God.
    • Left hand path (-) powered by
    • demonic spirits
    • Ex. Medallions, kambal tuko,
    • green quartz, human candles
  • 23.
    • http://www.infohub.com/attractions/masjid_al-dahab_(the_golden_mosque)_54699.html
    • http://365greatpinoystuff.wordpress.com/2010/06/10/161-manila-golden-mosque/
    • http://www.philippinesboard.com/tourist-spots-in-manila.php
    • Zialcita, F. N. ( 2006). Quiapo: heart of manila. Quiapo printing, Inc.
    • Obusan, T. (2008). Mystic or Mistake: exploring Filipino mysticism in Quiapo. Institute of spirituality in Asia.