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How the angels built lake lanao
How the angels built lake lanao
How the angels built lake lanao
How the angels built lake lanao
How the angels built lake lanao
How the angels built lake lanao
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How the angels built lake lanao

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  • 1.  Sultan Abdara Radawi, who is the great grandfather of Radia Indarapatra, who is the mythological hero of the Lanao Muslims. He is the sultan of Mantapoli. Archangel Diabarail, it is their version of Archangel Gabriel of the Christians. Sohara, the voice of Allah. The Four Winds of the World: Angin-Taupan, Angin- Besar, Angin-Darat and Angin-Sarsar. Of course, there is Allah.
  • 2. The setting of the story is in the past. It is situated in the sultanate of Mantapoli.
  • 3. Archangel Diabarail reported to Allah the imbalance of theEarth because of Mantapolis fast-growing population.Sebangan (East) where Mantapoli belongs, was heavier thanSedpan (West). Allah ordered Diabarail to transfer Mantapolitothe center of the earth with the help of the Angels fromthe Seven-Regions-Beneath-the Earth and Seven-Regions-in-the-Sky. On the vacated space, Lanao Lake surfaced. But,water from Lanao Lake were rising fast so Sohara commandedthe Four Winds of the World, Angin-Taupan, Angin-Besar,Angin-Darat,and Angin-Sarsar, to make a outlet, otherwise, Hispeople will bedrowned. The winds blew their best but with noavail. Theycannot make outlet through Tilok Bay because thetowering ranges slow them down, nor through Sugud Baybecause it was too far from the sea. Towards Marawi, theysucceeded to make the outlet called Agus River, where Maria
  • 4. Reported by :Laoit, Jill Christine V.

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