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Entries Tagged as 'Myths and Superstitions'

Hundred Islands Myth of a Hundred Promiscuity

September 16th, 2014 · 2 Comments

Simple living seems to be the ideal life to live, but when the chance for wealth accumulation comes, other complicating woes seem to tag along. A myth on the Hundred Islands in alaminos, Pangasinan tells of a simple, perfect life demolished by the lures of wealth and its concomitant sins. It may be an idle myth, but the lesson is seen almost daily, anywhere even today.

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Salted Egg – Itlog na Maalat

September 12th, 2014 · No Comments

When there’s an urgent need, people are likely to improvise to provide a quick remedy. A myth on how red, salted eggs were first eaten tells of a native culinary process accidentally discovered. The myth suggests that good results can sometimes come from unintended deeds.

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