A Lizard Tale

This week, we have a not so fun tale. Or maybe it's funny. I don't know. It miht jsut depend on your perspective.


Sources:
1. Ramos, Maximo D. “The Man and the Lizard.” Philippine Myths, Legends, and Folktales, Phoenix Pub. House, 1990, pp. 56–58.

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Familiar Concepts, New Contexts

This week, Marcy returns to Tagalog mythology to showcase the daughters of a very familiar figure. Maybe too familiar, but don't worry about for now.


Sources:
1. Jocano, F. "Notes on Philippine Divinities," Philippine Folk Literature: The Myth, Daminan Eugenio, UP Press, 2001. https://www.asj.upd.edu.ph/mediabox/archive/ASJ-06-02-1968/jocano-notes-philippine-divinities.pdf
2. “Bathala's Daughters: The Demigods Mayari, Hanan & Tala.” THE ASWANG PROJECT, 14 May 2018, www.aswangproject.com/bathalas-daughters-demigods-mayari-hanan-tala/.

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Jeepneys - The Places They've Been

Maybe this isn't the best topic for a podcast episode, but Marcy loves Jeepneys. So you think she would have known more about the subject before doing this episode? Nope. It's not something you might be inclined to think about.


Sources:
1. Otsuka, Keijiro, et al. “Community and Market in Contract Choice: The Jeepney in the Philippines.” Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 34, no. 2, 1986, pp. 279–298., doi:10.1086/451528.
2. Syed, Saira. “End of the Road for Jeepneys in the Philippines?” BBC News, BBC, 30 July 2013, www.bbc.com/news/business-23352851.

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The Frog Princess

How about story time? What about one you already know? Or that is--at least--familiar....


Sources:
1. "The Frog Princess" inRamos, Maximo D. Philippine Myths, Legends, and Folktales. Phoenix Pub. House, 1990. pg 33-36

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Interlude #6 - Introductions

Before we do any more profiles on noteworthy Filipinos, maybe you want to hear about the first time I found one. And yes, "found" is the right term...

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Kapampangan Origins - The Cusp of New Horizons

Today, Marcy is going to finish up the last of the origin myths, but it's alright because it's ending on a grand note, perspective wise. While also laying down the ground work for all that is coming next on this feed.

See you on April 25th!

Source:
https://www.aswangproject.com/formation-of-the-world-kapampangan-mythology/

New PODCAST!!!!! The Oracle of Dusk

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Loves of Long Ago

It's February! The month of love... It shouldn't be. There should be other things for that, but here we are. Trying to make the most of it. So let's start with a legend, shall we? Legendary dating types, am I right? (Definitely not)

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