Who is the head honcho of the gods in the Tagalog myths? — Gods , History , Mythical , Mythology , Philippines , Pinoy brain , Who is the head honcho of the gods in the Tagalog myths? — Pinoy Brains

Featured Post

STL Result March 18, 2019 - PCSO Monday

The Small Town Lottery (STL) results for today, March 18, 2019 (Monday) as announced during the PCSO draw are posted on this page. ...

Blog Archive

Education - Top Blogs Philippines blog search directory
Blogging Fusion Blog Directory



He is the head honcho of the gods in the Tagalog myths. There are definitely counterparts in the other dialects, and you might recognize him as Captan/Kaptan from the Visayan creation myth. Bathala reigns supreme in the heavens, though his beginnings were not necessarily so set.

He known to have ruled over the barren Earth, while two other gods (brothers, perhaps)—Ulilang Kaluluwa (a snake living in the clouds) and Galang Kaluluwa (the winged wanderer)—ruled the skies. None of the three knew each other, and when Ulilang met with Bathala, tempers ran high. #Gods #Honcho #Philippines #Q&A

Click to see the Answer.
"BATHALA, or Bathalang Maykapal"

0 Comment:

Pinoy Brains© 2018. All Rights Reserved. Template By Seocips.com