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Haliya is the moon goddess of Bicolano mythology who periodically comes down to earth to bathe

Ulilang Kaluluwa- Philippine myth: a giant serpent God that lived in the clouds.

Bakunawa, the moon-eater.

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Maligno by Rommel Pascual (List of beasts from top: Tikbalang, Manananggal, Kapre, Tiyanak, Nuno, Laman-Lupa, Aswang, Santelmo, White lady Ghost, Impakto)

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BAKUNAWA – THE MOON EATER. credits to: Maria Angela C. Simbajon

Bakunawa by SaneKyle on DeviantArt

Just finished this sea creature, it is called a #bakunawa and in mythology it is believed to eat moons and be the reason for eclipses This is from ...

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|Meu Monstrinho Bizarro: Bakunawa // The Philippine dragon BAKUNAWA, Moon Eater.

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CREATURES OF PHILIPPINE MYTHOLOGY Documentary Web Series

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Javanese Mythology - The head of the demon Kala Rahu eats Dewi Bulan, the moon

Minokawa by Ian Sta Maria via DeviantArt

The Bakunawa, also spelled Bakonawa, Baconaua, or Bakonaua, is a dragon in Philippine mythology that is often represented as a gigantic sea serpent.

Philippine Mythical Creature - Bakunawa

Bakunawa VS Tikbalang by ApexUtopia

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Bakunawa - Philippine Mythical Creatures by artsbyjake ...

The Bakunawa is a dragon from Philippine mythology that rises out of the water to devour the moon.

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Resin cast by me

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The BAKUNAWA Tales about the Bakunawa say that it is the cause of eclipses. During

Minokawa by Ian Balba

Other versions purport that the Bakunawa had a colossal sea turtle for a sister who would ascend from the ocean onto a particular island in the Philippines ...

The Bakunawa's Omen by *Lakandiwa Traditional Art / Drawings / Miscellaneous

This character is loosely based on the Philippine myth of Haliya (Bicolano moon goddess) and Bakunawa (moon eating serpent).

The Bakunawa, also spelled Bakonawa, Baconaua, or Bakonaua, is a dragon in Philippine mythology that is often represented as a gigantic sea serpent.

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jhaqastar 0 0 Devourer of moon : Bakunawa and Haliya page3 by 42Ly

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Ancient Bicolano Pantheon of Deities and Creatures | Philippine Mythology

Ancient Cultural Weaponry: Finding the Visayan Bakunawa Kampilan

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B is the Bakunawa - The "Bakunawa" is a dragon often represented as a gigantic sea serpent. It is believed to be the cause of eclipses as it supposedly ...

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Bakunawa - Philippine version of a gigantic serpent. The Bakunawa is considered a deity in

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Philippines' BALBAL __ In Philippine mythology, a Bal-Bal is a monster that steals corpses whether it is in a funeral or grave and feeds on them.

My Bakunawa is finally finished . I'm so glad with how she turned out

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The word laho today means eclipse but also refers to anything that seems to have disappeared or been swallowed up without a trace.

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The storm raged through the city enough to keep everyone except the most desperate alcoholics from the Collective that wet and wild Tuesday.

BAKUNAWA: The Moon Eating Dragon of Philippine Mythology. BAKUNAWA: The Moon Eater CREATURES ...

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18th-century engraving of a karakoa warship with a bakunawa design

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... Bakunawa Attacks by The-Hand

The One Who Swallows the Moon by alronaka

christiandrew 8 0 Bakunawa original species art by VicZar-Skiekatsu

Leopaints 1 0 The moon eater:Bakunawa by ChaosZone1028

However, each culture is associated with a multitude of interesting and odd creatures; many of these beings are ...

A translucent cast using Monster Kolor's C-thru Seashore for fun :)

Here is a collection of monsters and mythical creatures throughout the Philippines. The Philippines is a host to quite a large amount of unique and ...

I Fell in Love With the Moon Eater (One-Shot)

alronaka 1 4 [GCPH] Bakunawa Pet Wallpaper by lEliteMix

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Well I'll be darned if you haven't heard any stories with these creatures. Well, when I was a child, this is one of the ghouls I really hate. Why?

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BONUS: Here's a cute Bakunawa eating the moon. Nom, nom, nom.

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xxlovelycutiexx 12 1 Abaia, Bakunawa and Iku-Turso REDRAW by Dragon-Storm

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//Minokawa at Bakunawa// In Philippine mythology, the Bogobo tribe of Mindanao

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The unique bifurcated pommel of the kampílan is believed to represent the gaping mouth of a

In the beginning, there were seven moons in the sky. Their light kept the night's darkness at bay. And the people living on land had nothing to fear.

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Philippines in order to lay her eggs. However, locals of the islands in the Philippines - In ancient times soon discovered that every time the sea turtle ...

bakunawa the moon eater: i found that philippine mythology had a lot of interesting creatures

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talons; eyes mirrors; feathers sharp as swords * Domicile - outside the eastern sky * Activities - waits for moon and tries to ...