The Pride, Power and Prestige Of The Philippines 【The Babayin Language】

This narration looks at Native Philippine language, a clear sign of an ancient advanced empire and sophisticated culture. Pagsasalaysay ito tumitingin sa Katutubong Philippine wika, ang isang malinaw na mag-sign ng isang sinaunang imperyo advanced at sopistikadong kultura. 這個敘述看起來在的本地菲律賓語,先進的一個古老的帝國和複雜的文化的一個明顯標誌。 このナレーションは、ネイティブフィリピン語、古代の帝国高度で洗練された文化の明確な兆候を見ている。 یہ روایت آ فلپائن زبان، ایک قدیم اعلی درجے کی سلطنت اور نفیس ثقافت کی [...]

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The Culture of Philippines: An Eclectic Mix of Various Traditions

In Philippines, one can see an eclectic mixture of cultures and traditions that are prevalent even today. Here are some of the finer aspects related with its culture.  [...] Source: The Culture of Philippines: An Eclectic Mix of Various Traditions

Chariots of the Druid Knights – Fellowship & Fairydust

By Sensei Erwin L. Rimban Summary:  A poem of mythic war. We dreamed the ten thousand chariots In the cold embrace of winter dreams And readied stone and metal, wood and m…[...] Source: Chariots of the Druid Knights – Fellowship & Fairydust

Humor:  Ways to Know You Are Filipino | Jeepney Gang

MANNERISMS AND PERSONALITY TRAITS 1. You point with your lips 2. You eat with your hand and have it down as a technique 3. Your other piece of luggage is a “Balikbayan Box” 4. You nod your head upwards to greet someone 5. You put your foot up on your chair and rest your elbows [...]

WATCH: This Enlightening Video Will Make You Want To Study Baybayin ASAP | When In Manila

  Baybayin has been quite a fad in recent years.  It has been present in digital wallpapers, artwork and lots of other social media posts since it started gaining popularity on the internet. Almost everyone (and I really hope that it's everyone) knows that baybayin is the ancient way of writing of our Filipino ancestors -- long before any colonizer stepped [...]

6 Guidelines for Becoming a Filipino Shaman

They go by many names around the Philippines (Babaylan, Katalonan, Diwatera, Tambalan). The way of the Filipino shaman is often beyond our comprehension. Source: 6 Guidelines for Becoming a Filipino Shaman