In general, they are shape shifters who are human by day and then at night turn into a dog, a pig, a bat, cat, snake… the type of animal depends on the regional lore. Sarangay. Ito ay isang nilalang na may mala- kabayong hitsura, mayroon itong katawan ng isang tao subalit may mga paa ng isang kabayo. Woe betide anyone attempting to steal this – the last thing they are likely to see is the smoke rising from the enraged sarangay’s nostrils! Sarimanok. Maitim na higante at mahilig sa tabako 15. It dwells in the wilderness and uses its scary reputation to protect his habitat from invaders. Description: Actually a deity that was represented as a serpentine dragon, according to Filipino mythology. Many Filipinos, even though heavily Christianized, still believe in these tales. Mala-ibong halimaw na may mahabang dila, karaniwang kasama ng Aswang 13. Dila, Ethiopia Zaouia of Dila Dila (barangay) in Calaca, Batangas A Dila is a spirit in Philippine mythology D ILA is a type of display technology derived from LCOS This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an Philippine mythology include a collection of tales and superstitions about magical creatures and entities. Filipinos also believed in the Dila (The Tongue), a spirit that passes through the bamboo flooring of provincial houses, then licks certain humans to death. 4. Nahahati sa dalawa – puti o itim. 10. 14. It is said to have a precious jewel attached to its ear. Pinapaniwalaan bilang isang maliit na tao na may mga mahiwagang kapangyarihan. Sarangay is a half-man, half-bull mythical creature of Ibanag origin. But since Philippine mythology is based more on oral traditions than an organized pantheon, Bungisngis was lost to a variety of interpretations. Filipinos also believed in the Dila (The Tongue), a spirit that passes through the bamboo flooring of provincial houses, then licks certain humans to death. The aswang is probably the most common of Filipino monsters since there are so many different kinds. This is the Philippine version of the minotaur, a huge half-man, half-bull hybrid. Here are, ten of the most scary and unusual monsters in Filipino mythology. Aswang.