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Nature's Revenge

A Mapulog’s Story: A Case Study of Backlash

Janet Braza

Long before, the Magahat tribe believed in deity – they worshipped everything they thought are awesome to them such as rocks, giant trees, even the coves of huge stones. They gathered fruits and hunted animals to offer to their gods.

They had no permanent shelters for they are like nomads. They stayed from one place to another looking for food . For their main food, they depended more on fruits they harvested and relied on hunting animals. They wore dresses woven from leaves and fur. They dwelt mostly in tree coves and stones. Magahat warriors stayed on high trees as overseer for any possible danger from their enemies.

Once, in the place where they had dwelt, there was a famine. Since the drought was all over of the land, the Magahat Head summoned his men to look for food. The men came back with a bundle of “pulog,” and then cooked it over the fire. While they tasted it, it was yummy. Because of this disc…

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City of Waterfalls-Iligan City: Ordinance Prohibiting Foreshore Areas/Shoreline Oc...: Republika ng Pilipinas LUNSOD NG ILIGAN  Tanggapan ng Sangguniang Panlungsod REGULAR SESSION HELD ON APRIL 12, 2005 PRESEN...

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