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Origin –  Bagobo (Mindanao)

In the beginning there lived one man and one woman, Toglai and Toglibon. Their first children were a boy and a girl. When they were old enough, the boy and the girl went far away across the waters seeking a good place to live in. Nothing more was heard of them until their children, the Spaniards and Americans, came back. After the first boy and girl left, other children were born to the couple; but they all remained at Cibolan on Mount Apo with their parents, until Toglai and Toglibon died and became spirits. Soon after that there came a great drought which lasted for three years. All the waters dried up, so that there were no rivers, and no plants could live.

“Surely,” said the people, “Manama is punishing us, and we must go elsewhere to find food and a place to dwell in.”

So they started out. Two went in the direction of the sunset, carrying with them stones from Cibolan River. After a long journey they reached a place where were broad fields of cogon grass and an abundance of water, and there they made their home. Their children still live in that place and are called Magindanau, because of the stones which the couple carried when they left Cibolan.

Two children of Toglai and Toglibon went to the south, seeking a home, and they carried with them women’s baskets (baraan). When they found a good spot, they settled down. Their descendants, still dwelling at that place, are called Baraan or Bilaan, because of the women’s baskets.

So two by two the children of the first couple left the land of their birth. In the place where each settled a new people developed, and thus it came about that all the tribes in the world received their names from things that the people carried out of Cibolan, or from the places where they settled.

All the children left Mount Apo save two (a boy and a girl), whom hunger and thirst had made too weak to travel. One day when they were about to die the boy crawled out to the field to see if there was one living thing, and to his surprise he found a stalk of sugarcane growing lustily. He eagerly cut it, and enough water came out to refresh him and his sister until the rains came. Because of this, their children are called Bagobo.


The narrative already begins with the time of the mid-Lemurian races when sexual procreation became the mode or reproducing humans. This was the first over-arching context of twinflame soul aspects that would search for each other as husband and wife in the physical plane.

Toglia & Toglibon are the equivalents of the Adam & Eve in Semitic mythos. Adam was another version for Edoma or Adoma, that subcontinent of Mu where sexed humans first appeared. Toglia & Toglibon bore a ‘girl & boy’ who migrated to other lands across the vast sea (ocean) and birthed other races—signifies the next sub-races that gave birth to the subsequent ‘root-races’ of Atlanteans and Caucasian Aryans.

Toglia & Toglibon bore many other children signifies the evolution of other sub-races and constituent racial families of Lemurians and onwards to their offshoot races of Malays who were among the last Lemuro-Atlanteans in the 4th ‘root race’ eons.

‘Their children, the Spaniards and Americans, came back’ is as factual as it is: Caucasian Aryans evolved at a latter historical epoch, even as the term ‘Aryan’ has come to generically refer to the present ‘root race’. Scions of the 4th ‘root races’ have become Aryanized in psyche, which stresses the development of the mental or 3rd body faculties.

Thus genealogically, the Lemurians/Mu gave birth to the Atlanteans, as the Atlanteans in turn bred the Aryans among whose racial families are the Indo-Europeans. The Kelts were among the last sub-races of Atlantis, and thus the first of the Aryans, among whose tribes were the Iberians (Spaniards were Iberians). The Teutons were among the mid-to-latter Aryan races, among whose scions were the AngloSaxons (Americans included).

[Philippines, 23 June 2011]



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The Story of the Creation – Bilaan (Mindanao)

In the very beginning there lived a being so large that he cannot be compared with any known thing. His name was Melu, and when he sat on the clouds, which were his home, he occupied all the space above. His teeth were pure gold, and because he was very cleanly and continually rubbed himself with his hands, his skin became pure white. The dead skin which he rubbed off his body was placed on one side in a pile, and by and by this pile became so large that he was annoyed and set himself to consider what he could do with it.

Finally Melu decided to make the earth; so he worked very hard in putting the dead skin into shape, and when it was finished he was so pleased with it that he determined to make two beings like himself, though smaller, to live on it.

Taking the remnants of the material left after making the earth he fashioned two men, but just as they were all finished except their noses, Tau Tana from below the earth appeared and wanted to help him.

Melu did not wish any assistance, and a great argument ensued. Tau Tana finally won his point and made the noses which he placed on the people upside down. When all was finished, Melu and Tau Tana whipped the forms until they moved. Then Melu went to his home above the clouds, and Tau Tana returned to his place below the earth.

All went well until one day a great rain came, and the people on the earth nearly drowned from the water which ran off their heads into their noses. Melu, from his place on the clouds, saw their danger, and he came quickly to earth and saved their lives by turning their noses the other side up.

The people were very grateful to him, and promised to do anything he should ask of them. Before he left for the sky, they told him that they were very unhappy living on the great earth all alone, so he told them to save all the hair from their heads and the dry skin from their bodies and the next time he came he would make them some companions. And in this way there came to be a great many people on the earth.


Of golden hue and white of Divine Light, such is the description of the creator deity Melu. His abode was the ‘clouds’—signifier for the higher dimensions. ‘He occupied all the space above’ clearly projects the Omniscience, Omnipresence, Omnipotence of the One Universal Principle or Almighty God.

‘A being so large’ is an apt description for cosmic beings more so the creator deities who achieved perfection in previous Manvantaras yet, whose auras alone can fill up and protect many stars/suns, planets, and life-forms. The Lord Solar Logos, deity of our Solar system, for instance, has his aura protecting our Sun or Sol. Absent His Divinity and the entire Sol, planets & respective moons will go back to chaos.

Deities don’t have skins literally, though in manifest form indeed deities can look like they have skin. From out of free matter of the lower dimensions the deities created every sort of material vehicles for sentient life to occupy in their evolutionary sojourns—this is signified by using dead skin to make earth.

The breeding of early humans, of the first three (3) ‘root races’, were clearly indicated. This was a collective effort of Melu and Tau Tana, which shows the synergy of Brahma & Elohim with the hierarchs of the elementals & devas in order to create the mental, astral, and physico-etheric vehicles.

Two (2) men being the first human evolutes signifies the 1st and 2nd ‘root races’ or Pangean/Hyperborean humans who regenerated asexually. ‘The men asked Melu for companions’ signifies the coming of the Twinflame souls in the aegis of the sexually reproducing mid-Lemurian racial families in the 3rd ‘root race’.

The cyclical geo-magnetic changes of Terra, which floods the surface at certain junctures of polar reversals or shifts, was also indicated as already happening during the 1st & 2nd ‘root races’.

[Philippines, 23 June 2011]



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How the Moon and the Stars Came to Be – Bukidnon (Mindanao)

One day in the times when the sky was close to the ground a spinster went out to pound rice. Before she began her work, she took off the beads from around her neck and the comb from her hair, and hung them on the sky, which at that time looked like coral rock.

Then she began working, and each time that she raised her pestle into the air it struck the sky. For some time she pounded the rice, and then she raised the pestle so high that it struck the sky very hard.

Immediately the sky began to rise, and it went up so far that she lost her ornaments. Never did they come down, for the comb became the moon and the beads are the stars that are scattered about.



‘When the sky was close to the ground’ speaks of the eons when the cooling Earth was of higher vibratory frequency than it is today, thus rendering it nearer to the Great Central Sun or God Almighty. It wasn’t even a part of the sun yet, and could have freely floated in space prior to its gravitation to Sol whence its orbit came to being.


The ‘spinster’ is the folks’ idea of conserving ancient truths about creator deities who were collectively identified in the Female gender. The space-domain ‘looked like coral rock’, signifying the spread of matter across the vast expanses of the expanding universe as part of the Manvantara or great cycle of life.


‘Coral rock’ is an embed of the principles of solidity (rock is solid) and liquidity (corals come from the sea), or earth and water elements. ‘Coral’ is a species of life that thrives on water, so it is a good archetype for vegetative & animal species then evolving when Terra was still in higher dimension.  


‘She pounded the rice’, the pounding thus pushing the sky further from where the spinster stood—this signifies the further expansion processes as matter and Divine Light continued to fill up the void. The creation of the material planes—the causal, then the mental, then the astral, till finally the physical planes, in that order—was suggested here.


‘Comb became the moon’ and ‘beads are the stars’ is of course an embed of the ancient wisdom’s truths about the creator deities’ galvanization of solar systems and satellites signified by moon. The usage of personal body ornaments such as ‘comb’ and ‘beads’ surely renders the narrative very interesting and amusing.


[Philippines, 23 June 2011]



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The Creation – Igorot

In the beginning there were no people on the earth.

Lumawig, the Great Spirit, came down from the sky and cut many reeds. He divided these into pairs which he placed in different parts of the world, and then he said to them, “You must speak.”

Immediately the reeds became people, and in each place was a man and a woman who could talk, but the language of each couple differed from that of the others.

Then Lumawig commanded each man and woman to marry, which they did. By and by there were many children, all speaking the same language as their parents. These, in turn, married and had many children. In this way there came to be many people on the earth.

Now Lumawig saw that there were several things which the people on the earth needed to use, so he set to work to supply them. He created salt, and told the inhabitants of one place to boil it down and sell it to their neighbors. But these people could not understand the directions of the Great Spirit, and the next time he visited them, they had not touched the salt.

Then he took it away from them and gave it to the people of a place called Mayinit. These did as he directed, and because of this he told them that they should always be owners of the salt, and that the other peoples must buy of them.

Then Lumawig went to the people of Bontoc and told them to get clay and make pots. They got the clay, but they did not understand the molding, and the jars were not well shaped. Because of their failure, Lumawig told them that they would always have to buy their jars, and he removed the pottery to Samoki. When he told the people there what to do, they did just as he said, and their jars were well shaped and beautiful. Then the Great Spirit saw that they were fit owners of the pottery, and he told them that they should always make many jars to sell.

In this way Lumawig taught the people and brought to them all the things which they now have.


In the Cordillera mountains or Northern Luzon habituate the Igorots who comprise eight (8) ethnic groups in all. They share the belief in Lumauig as the Great Spirit who created mankind. Lumauig here is very near the truth about the Spirit-Force in divine wisdom, who is the One Universal Principle from which all objective and subjective domains of life emanated from.


Lumauig ‘came down from the sky’—descended from the spiritual domains. Thereof, he ‘cut many reeds’—this signifies the splitting of oversouls into many souls (soul-fragments in other traditions). Without souls, no human life is possible on the astral and physical domains that were the lowest dimensions.


He ‘divided them into pairs’—signifies the splitting of the androgynous souls into Male and Female polarities or Twinflame mates. ‘You must speak’ signifies the beginnings of oral language and communications, as human were still in the mental and astral planes preparing to move down to the physical plane.


‘Immediately the reeds became people’—souls in twinflame polarities became the first humans during the mid-Lemurian evolutionary phase, which is the farthest that Igorot collective memory can go. The rest was history, which includes the creation of the institution of family, diets (salt), cottage industry (pottery), and commerce.

[Philippines, 23 June 2011]






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Among some Filipino ethnicities reins the belief in the creation deity Captan. In their version of cosmogony, Captan is synonymous if not identical to Brahma who is deity of the physical universe.


Maguayan and scions seem to coincide with the Elohim as revealed by divine wisdom or Theos Sophia. The Elohim assisted Lord Brahma in creating objective worlds as vehicles for subjective life-forms to evolve and grow, while the Elohim were assisted by hierarchs of the elementals and divas.


The creation of the objective conditions for many life forms to evolve, beginning with the mineral and onwards to the vegetative, then onwards to the animal, till finally the phase of devic-man was achieved, was also depicted.


Mankind was projected as having appeared from out of a bamboo. Man and Woman came out of the bamboo together—which signifies the tracing of humans from the time sexing was the mode of procreation (mid-Lemurian). The Twinflame principle of splitting androgynous souls into male and female polarities were clearly depicted. Accordingly, Sicalac was the male while Sicabay was the female, the ancestors of mankind—akin to the Adam & Eve of Semitic anthropogenesis.


The bamboo is signifier of earth element, and earth contains all of the 100+ elements known in chemistry as constituting matter. Bamboo, which has nodules, also signifies the genes that are structured in the vogue of having nodules separating DNA/RNA embeds.




How the World Was Made

This is the ancient Filipino account of the creation.

Thousands of years ago there was no land nor sun nor moon nor stars, and the world was only a great sea of water, above which stretched the sky. The water was the kingdom of the god Maguayan, and the sky was ruled by the great god Captan.

Maguayan had a daughter called Lidagat, the sea, and Captan had a son known as Lihangin, the wind. The gods agreed to the marriage of their children, so the sea became the bride of the wind.

Three sons and a daughter were born to them. The sons were called Licalibutan, Liadlao, and Libulan; and the daughter received the name of Lisuga.

Licalibutan had a body of rock and was strong and brave; Liadlao was formed of gold and was always happy; Libulan was made of copper and was weak and timid; and the beautiful Lisuga had a body of pure silver and was sweet and gentle. Their parents were very fond of them, and nothing was wanting to make them happy.

After a time Lihangin died and left the control of the winds to his eldest son Licalibutan. The faithful wife Lidagat soon followed her husband, and the children, now grown up, were left without father or mother. However, their grandfathers, Captan and Maguayan, took care of them and guarded them from all evil.

After a time, Licalibutan, proud of his power over the winds, resolved to gain more power, and asked his brothers to join him in an attack on Captan in the sky above. At first they refused; but when Licalibutan became angry with them, the amiable Liadlao, not wishing to offend his brother, agreed to help. Then together they induced the timid Libulan to join in the plan.

When all was ready the three brothers rushed at the sky, but they could not beat down the gates of steel that guarded the entrance. Then Licalibutan let loose the strongest winds and blew the bars in every direction. The brothers rushed into the opening, but were met by the angry god Captan. So terrible did he look that they turned and ran in terror; but Captan, furious at the destruction of his gates, sent three bolts of lightning after them.

The first struck the copper Libulan and melted him into a ball. The second struck the golden Liadlao, and he too was melted. The third bolt struck Licalibutan, and his rocky body broke into many pieces and fell into the sea. So huge was he that parts of his body stuck out above the water and became what is known as land.

In the meantime the gentle Lisuga had missed her brothers and started to look for them. She went toward the sky, but as she approached the broken gates, Captan, blind with anger, struck her too with lightning, and her silver body broke into thousands of pieces.

Captan then came down from the sky and tore the sea apart, calling on Maguayan to come to him and accusing him of ordering the attack on the sky. Soon Maguayan appeared and answered that he knew nothing of the plot as he had been asleep far down in the sea.

After a time he succeeded in calming the angry Captan. Together they wept at the loss of their grandchildren, especially the gentle and beautiful Lisuga; but with all their power they could not restore the dead to life. However, they gave to each body a beautiful light that will shine forever.

And so it was that golden Liadlao became the sun, and copper Libulan the moon, while the thousands of pieces of silver Lisuga shine as the stars of heaven. To wicked Licalibutan the gods gave no light, but resolved to make his body support a new race of people. So Captan gave Maguayan a seed, and he planted it on the land, which, as you will remember, was part of Licalibutan’s huge body.

Soon a bamboo tree grew up, and from the hollow of one of its branches a man and a woman came out. The man’s name was Sicalac, and the woman was called Sicabay. They were the parents of the human race. Their first child was a son whom they called Libo; afterwards they had a daughter who was known as Saman. Pandaguan was a younger son and he had a son called Arion.

Pandaguan was very clever and invented a trap to catch fish. The very first thing he caught was a huge shark. When he brought it to land, it looked so great and fierce that he thought it was surely a god, and he at once ordered his people to worship it. Soon all gathered around and began to sing and pray to the shark. Suddenly the sky and sea opened, and the gods came out and ordered Pandaguan to throw the shark back into the sea and to worship none but them.

All were afraid except Pandaguan. He grew very bold and answered that the shark was as big as the gods, and that since he had been able to overpower it he would also be able to conquer the gods. Then Captan, hearing this, struck Pandaguan with a small thunderbolt, for he did not wish to kill him but merely to teach him a lesson. Then he and Maguayan decided to punish these people by scattering them over the earth, so they carried some to one land and some to another. Many children were afterwards born, and thus the earth became inhabited in all parts.

Pandaguan did not die. After lying on the ground for thirty days he regained his strength, but his body was blackened from the lightning, and all his descendants ever since that day have been black.

His first son, Arion, was taken north, but as he had been born before his father’s punishment he did not lose his color, and all his people therefore are white.

Libo and Saman were carried south, where the hot sun scorched their bodies and caused all their descendants to be of a brown color.

A son of Saman and a daughter of Sicalac were carried east, where the land at first was so lacking in food that they were compelled to eat clay. On this account their children and their children’s children have always been yellow in color.

And so the world came to be made and peopled. The sun and moon shine in the sky, and the beautiful stars light up the night. All over the land, on the body of the envious Licalibutan, the children of’ Sicalac and Sicabay have grown great in numbers. May they live forever in peace and brotherly love!

[Philippines, 23 June 2011]



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Philippine folklore narratives on creation practically mirror those of its ASEAN neighbors. These folklores are shared by ethnicities coming from two (2) racial groups: Malays (the dominant majority) and Polynesians (aborigines).


The Malayan Filipinos are in kinship with their neighbors, as Malays  belong to the last racial families of Lemuro-Atlanteans of the 4th ‘root-race’. The Filipino Malays have their own peculiarities in the mythos narratives, which renders them as distinct in the analysis of folklorists and exegetes.


Polynesian Filipinos are of short stock, very dark brown skin hue, and curly hair. Phenotype groups are: Agta, Atta, Remontado, Dumagat, and related tribes. Remember that the ancient 3rd ‘root-race’ Lemurians were giants, with heights reaching past 30 feet at some point in ancient history, while their direct remnants have been shortened in stature across time for one reason or another (in-breeding normally produce dwarfism).


Let us examine a rundown of sample cosmogony of Filipinos. The most comprehensive anthology is that of Prof. Damiana Eugenio’s writings, published by the University of the Philippines, with a total of 10 Volumes, rendering the anthology as encyclopedic. Incidentally, other scholars of Southeast Asian studies of other nationalities have done equally scholarly pursuits of Filipino folklore, such as the expert below.




D.L. Ashliman (ed.), Creation Myths from the Philippines, 2003.


  1. How the World Was Made.
  2. The Creation (Igorot).
  3. How the Moon and the Stars Came to Be (Bukidnon).
  4. Origin (Bagobo).
  5. The Story of the Creation (Bilaan).
  6. In the Beginning (Bilaan).
  7. The Children of the Limokon (Mandaya).
  8. The Creation Story (Tagalog).





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Among the many indigenous peoples in Indonesia and Malaysia there are several examples of dual gods and sometimes of trinities. In Sumatra, the Toba Batak see the Absolute Mula Jadi na Bolon as three persons representing the upper, middle, and lower worlds. In Nias there is a two-person divinity representing the dual nature of the universe—good and evil, light and dark. For the Ngaju people of Borneo, Jata is the feminine side of a dual godhead. She represents the lower world and the moon. Mahatala, the male aspect, is the upper world and the sun. Together Jata and Mahatala form the Absolute Tambon Haruei Bungai (see Southeast Asian entries;


As summarized in book reviews, the peoples of Malaysia, Singapore, Sumatra, and Indonesia share certain myths. Among those precepts shared is the duality of Godhead, which appertains to the Law of Duality among cosmic laws.

Duality of Godhead is actually pre-eminent in cultures to the east of the Caucasus and extends to the islanders of the Pacific who are of Polynesian ethno-racial stocks. The One Universal Principle—the Spirit-Force that projected Life-forms and worlds unto the ‘void’ to create the Cosmos—actually has no gender. However, to perceive Godhead as having a duality, of both Male and Female principles represented, is totally correct and coherent with Theos Sophia or divine wisdom.

It is however incorrect to claim that the ASEAN (to shorten Southeast Asians) myths of Godhead were borrowed directly from the Vedic philosophy of India. It is more correct to contend that both peoples of India and ASEAN (Malays, IndoMongoloids, Polynesians) were of common origin: the 3rd & 4th ‘root races’. 3rd is Lemurian, while 4th is Atlantean. That largely explains the commonality of beliefs in duality of Godhead among ASEAN, Indian, and Chinese peoples (includes Tibetans).

Observe also the Trinities, which is embedded too in the mythos of India (Brahma, Siva, Vishnu) and the West (Father, Son, Holy Ghost). Number 3 is the Upper Triune in the Septenary Low, where 3 + 4 = 7. Four (4), to re-echo, is the Lower Quaternary, comprising of the elements of earth (physical plane), water (astral plane), air (mental plane), and fire (causal or ‘higher mental’ plane).

[Philippines, 23 June 2011]