A myth on the origin of bohol, as told by an old woman who lived just below the forest of verde in duero, bohol.
The rice myth (tagalog vesion) long ago, people did not plant crops or raise animals for food they relied only on nature and thei. The rice myth bohol long time ago all the land bordering the sea, was ruled by the mighty aglao, the king of the “spirit hunters” these spirits were powerful.
The chocolate hills are a geological formation in the bohol province of the philippines in between the hills, the flat lands are cultivated with rice and other cash a more romantic legend tells of a giant named arogo who was extremely . The rice myth (bohol version) in olden days, a famine gripped the land the desperate people implored their goddess to save the.
Philippine literature, pre-colonial literature, the origin of rice, tagalog version, english translation.
The rice myth (bohol) long time ago all the land bordering the sea, was ruled by the mighty aglao, the king of the “spirit hunters.
Note: this is a detailed description of the bohol province goods, fruits, cassava chips, fresh fish, mangoes, silica sand salted fish, rice and banana legend has it that by extending a mysterious spell over the sea, the cross has saved.
The origin of rice (bohol) there was a time, many, many years ago, when rice was not known to our people at that time our ancestors lived on.Download