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datulakan Went in for the potluck at the wrk tut tom. #Manok #Chicken #Pancit #ItSaWrap #Tribe 4h

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datulakan When she literally gives you head on Valentines day! #Maharlika #Mahalikan #TribeLife #HeadHunters 18h

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datulakan home made lechon sisig! #ItSaWrap #Palo #Palutan #extraLemonMayo 6d

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datulakan Every culture has produced its own set of talismans and amulets, and the #Philippines islands is no exception. While some cultures may regard amulets merely as magical accessories to protect one against harm and bad luck, the culture of the Filipino anting-anting may be different, being so ingrained as to be regarded as a religion in itself. Notably, the #antinganting invariably contained mixed symbols of the ancient Filipino religion, Roman Catholicism, the Christian Orthodox church, and Judaism. For those who believe in its divine properties, the anting-anting is one of the few man-made objects that can make man closer to God or even achieve the qualities of God. It is a long-held belief among the mystics, both in the East and the West, that amulets serve as temporary or even constant habitation of God and other divine spirits. The animist belief that inanimate objects can become receptacles of dwelling of the divine is shown through the ancient worship of statues, relics, beads, portraits, tombs, and of course, amulets. Before the coming of the Spaniards, the early Filipinos were already known to keep amulets, talismans, charms, and various other objects to protect them from harm, the elements, and the evil spirits. Crocodile tooth, tattoo's, gems, odd-shaped stones, and even fossilized remains of animals were the earliest known examples of anting-anting used by the early Filipinos. The connection of God to the anting-anting, therefore, is key to understanding its nature. To unlock the secrets of the anting-anting’s hidden meanings, myths, and symbolisms, one must be able to understand the Filipino’s concept of God. 🏾 #MaHArlika #KApwa #MabuHAy #MU #BatHAla #MalaKAs #KnowYourRoots #PaMANA 6d

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datulakan Ati-Atihan" means to be like #Atis a negrito indigenous tribe. The Ati-Atihan Festival is a feast held annually in January in honor of the #SantoNiño They believe that the miraculous Child Jesus will protect them from harm and illness. (c.1200 A.D.) event explains the origins of the festival. A group of 10 Malay chieftains called Datus, fleeing from the island of Borneo settled in the Philippines, and were granted settlement by the Ati people, the tribes of Panay Island. Datu Puti, Makatunaw's chief minister made a trade with the natives and bought the plains for a golden salakot, brass basins and bales of cloth. They gave a very long necklace to the wife of the Ati cheiftan. Feasting and festivities followed soon after. Some time later, the Ati people were struggling with famine as the result of a bad harvest. They were forced to descend from their mountain village into the settlement below, to seek the generosity of the people who now lived there. The Datus obliged and gave them food. In return, the Ati danced and sang for them, grateful for the gifts they had been given. #Maharlika #MU #MalaKAs #Anito #BatHAla #KApwa #KnowYourRoots #MabuHAy #Tribe #SonsOfTheSun #islandsOfGold 1w

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datulakan #Maharlika - empowers strength, winning not only in battles, but in morals and love among people…It is a historical fact that long before Spanish occupation of the #Philippines, this great archipelago was ruled by #Royal families and nobilities. However, this historical fact has been buried into oblivion and forgetfulness and had been passed on to the people’s consciousness as myths and legends that whenever one talks of a once great #kingdom, the story seems so fantastical to warrant any belief.
To correct such a great mistake in history, there must be a collective effort on our part to bring out the true story. Such a herculean task must be begun so that every #Maharlikan can take pride knowing their true historical roots. #Tunay #MabuHAy #MU #PaMANA #KApwa #TadHAna #Tribe #Mu_Nation_AWAKEning #ᜃ #islandsOfGold #Pagasa #Umaasa #KAlayaan #KnowYourRoots #Decolonize_the_mind
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datulakan Island boy dont play #Wavey #TribeLife 2w

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datulakan The Tagalogs before their conversion to Catholicism, were as warlike as any of the other ethnic tribes in the Philippines, “Heads were brought back as trophies of war. When the Spaniards invade towns, they often found enemy heads impaled on stakes, and bayubay meant “to hang the heads of the vanquished on long bars, as these natives used to do.” Pugot and sumbali meant to cut a head off, and tungol or bungol was to grab someone from behind and cut his throat. Perhaps the iwa—a dagger wide and flat at the end—was a weapon designed for head taking.” On the arms of pre-colonial Tagalogs. Tagalogs fought with the usual Philippine weapons—the single edged balaraw dagger. The wavy kris (kalis), spears with both metal and fire-hardened tips, padded armor and carabao hide breastplates, and long narrow shields (kalasag), or round bucklers (palisay). The bow and arrow were used only in certain regions, and the blowgun. In 1525 Chronicler Joao de Barros, having witnessed the ferocity of the Tagalog mercenaries in battle described them as, “the most warlike and valiant of these parts.” The Tagalogs, based on the observations of early western chroniclers possessed a deep sense of brotherhood, “A Tagalog’s primary identity was with his bayan [town or community] and loyalty to his kababayan (villagemates),” This may explain why the revolt against Spain first gathered momentum within the Tagalog provinces. #Tribe #TribesOfMu #Maharlika #MU #KApwa #KnowYourRoots #islandsOfGold #Katipunan #TagalogWar #Arnis #ᜃ #Warrior #Roots #Ugat #Tagalo #PhilippinesIslands 2w

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datulakan the #Ifugao are the direct descendents of Wigan, the god of the Skyworld, whose son and daughter became the first parents of the Ifugao. Legend has it that the god from Skyworld gave the first sacred rice to the Ifugaos. One of their traditional rice varieties is called ipugo, "rice of the god", a variety that still flourishes in the harsh climatic conditions of the mountain range. #Tribe #TribesOfMu #Maharlika #BreadBasketOfMU #RiceTerraces #decolonize_the_mind #PaMANA #Anito #ancestors #PhilippinesIslands #TaoTao #Bulul 2w

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