Anito

Anito is a collective name for the pre-Hispanic belief system in the Philippines. It is also used to refer to spirits, including the household deities, deceased ancestors, nature-spirits nymphs and diwatas (dryads). Ancient Filipinos kept statues to represent these spirits, ask guidance and magical protection. Much of the tradition has been Christ...
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Anito

• (n.) In Guam and the Philippines, an idol, fetich, or spirit.
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Anito

A·ni'to noun ; plural - tos . [ Spanish ] In Guam and the Philippines, an idol, fetich, or spirit.
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Anito

Otherwise known as `mamangkiks` or `cancaniaos` and share the characterisitics of the `matanda sa punso`
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Anito

Otherwise known as `mamangkiks” or `cancaniaos” and share the characterisitics of the `matanda sa punso”
Found on https://www.aswangproject.com/glossary-mythical-philippine-creatures-beings
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