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- manggagaway, mang****ulam Waray: aswang, malupad, malakat, mambabarang Bisaya: aswang, mambabarang The craft of black magic among Filipino ethnic groups also...
- described as being a tall (7 to 9 ft), big, black, terrifying, and hairy Mambabarang: witches who utilize insects to do their bidding Mang****ulam: bruha (from...
- lalaking ahas Jeremy Marquez as Jun Supporting cast Eddie Garcia as Mambabarang Christopher de Leon as Ted / Dr. Zombie Celia Rodriguez as Braguda Gina...
- mythology Mythical beings Aswang Berbalang Diwata Duwende Juan Tamad Mambabarang Manananggal Mang****ulam Mariang Makiling Nuno sa punso Mythical animals...
- Mambabarang; also wanted Susan Nieva to suffer from her sickness. Lito Pimentel - The father of Bea Alonzo's character. Glydel Mercado as Mambabarang...
- defunct noontime variety show, Wowowee. He made a guest appearance in the "Mambabarang" episode of Komiks Presents: Pedro Penduko at ang mga Engkantao in the...
- of witches in a Philippine concept are the mannamay, mang****ulam, and mambabarang. As spiritual mediums and divinators, shamans are notable for countering...
- look at them with your head upside down. Mambabarang (portra**** by Glydel Mercado & Bea Alonzo) - Mambabarang are ordinary human beings with black magic...
- use materials from nature and the cursee as a form of curse, and the mambabarang, witches that utilize insects as a form of curse. Babaylan were highly...
- ang Tiyanak ng Tabon and Si J**** Silang at ang Labanang Manananggal-Mambabarang all won the Philippine National Book Awards for Best Novel in a Philippine...
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