Template:Philippine mythology

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Topics on Philippine Mythology and Folklore
General: Religion · Creation stories
Supreme deities: Bakunawa · Bathala · Kan-Laon
The Pantheon and the Diwata: Aman Sinaya · Amihan · Ibong Adarna · Kumakatok · Maria Cacao · Maria Makiling · Maria Sinukuan · Mayari · Sarimanok · Tala
Epic heroes: Amaron · Bernardo Carpio · Datu Daya · Irong-Irong · Juan Tamad · Kalantiaw · Lam-ang · Malakas and Maganda · Princess Urduja
Historical people: Dios Buhawi · Francisco Dagohoy · Papa Isio · Pulajans
Historical events: Dagohoy Revolt · Massacre at Dolores · Negros Revolution
Belief systems: Anito · Code of Kalantiaw · Gabâ · Pamahiin · Pulajan religion
Spiritual leaders: Albularyo · Babaylan · Datu · Hilot · Mambabarang · Mangkukulam
Sacred places: Mount Apo · Mount Arayat · Mount Banahaw · Mount Kanlaon · Mount Lantoy · Mount Makiling · Mount Pinatubo
Legendary objects: Agimat · Anito · Code of Kalantiaw · Gintong Salakot
Legendary creatures: Alan · Aswang · Batibat · Diwata · Duwende · Ekek · Hantu Demon · Higante · Kapre · Manananggal · Manaul · Nuno sa punso · Pugot · Sigbin · Sirena · Siyokoy · Tikbalang · Tiyanak
Literary works: Ang Mundo ni Andong Agimat · Biag ni Lam-ang · Code of Kalantiaw · Hinilawod · Ibong Adarna · Juan Tamad · Maragtas · Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang (The Stories of Grandma Basyang) · The Mythology Class
Literary sources: Philippine literature · Philippine folk literature · Philippine epic poetry · Cebuano literature · Hiligaynon literature · Ifugao literature· Ilokano literature · Mindanao literature · Tagalog literature · Visayan literature · Waray literature