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On The Trail Of The Aswang, Manananggal And The
"Real Tagalog Ghost Stories"
As a small child growing up in the Philippines the strange sounds of a"tik-tik" on our rooftop nightly made us shiver in a chilled fear under the covers on hot Summer nights. My old frail filipino Grand Ma would tell my sister and I her real Tagalog ghosts stories that she had heard in her childhood. And sometimes she would tell us the stories about how these creatures were real and she and her friends had encountered them. Those are the stories that made us squeal in fear and to this day conjure up nightmares that never go away.
Before modern medicine and science, Aswangs served to explain miscarriages and other maladies. Today, Filipino mothers often tell their children Aswang stories to keep them off the streets and keep them home at night.
An Aswang (or Asuwang) is a mythical paranormal, ghost like vampire creature in Filipino folklore. The aswang is mostly a very nasty being. It is pure black magic hellish evil. This dark vampire-like creature and is the subject of a wide variety of myths and stories, the details of which vary greatly, depending on who tells them and where in the world you are.
The first early Spanish colonizers of these islands variously noted that the undead evil creature the Aswang, was the most feared amongst the natives of the Philippines, and this dates back to the late 16th century.
The myth of the aswang is well known throughout except in the Ilocos region, which is the only region that does not have an equivalent myth.
It is especially popular in the Western Visayan regions such as Capiz, Iloilo and Antique. Other regional names for the aswang include "tik-tik", "wak-wak", "soc-soc" and the " wak-soc-ticky-tik-i".
BY Andrea Chincuanco
Filipino culture has many tales and urban legends about the blood sucker in the night the clan of the undead the aswangs. Today their descriptions often vary in different regions of the country, the tiktik is one of the more popular varieties, along with the "manananggal" a creature that becomes birdlike after spouting wings while severing the upper part of its body from the lower part.
Aswangs are said to live among the townsfolk by day and are quite elusive. Meaning that they are normal people to look at deal with and talk to.
At night after the clock strikes 9 they transform into these strange nightmare creatures. The actual transformation starts in the tongue. First they begin to drool then they stick out their tongs and twirl it about uncontrollably. Then it swells with blood to 5 times it's size. The pearson seems to be in an epileptic seizure state or can't breath because of the overly enlarged tongue..
Once the tongue is fully swollen with blood the person falls to to the ground and die, then only in a few minutes the tongue burst and the Tik Tik or aswang rises to stalk the living.
At this point the creature begins to crave for unborn fetuses and children under the age of 18 going after their heart, liver and entrails.
They are depicted in fiction as beautiful people who turn into really ugly monsters when they transform. But the weird old paranormal tales tell that these people live very ordinary lives by day. And that the only tell tale sign is that their eyes or very glassy and seem to sparkle.
Their are many powerful weapons used to fight them off this includes garlic, holy water, beer mixed with ashes and urine of an old woman collected from her while on her death bed, buntot pagi and the bundled palm leaves (palaspas) those only used by those waved by Catholics after the Palm Sunday mass to commemorate Jesus' triumphant entry to Jerusalem before he was crucified on the cross on Good Friday. The actual palm leaf must be purified and burnt to fine ash over 3 days with constant prayer.
The ringng church bells at night are thought to knock them out of the sky. And this will not kill them but cause them only to not seek a victim that night.
Boiled rice in a pot of holy water with three drops of menstrual blood on top will lure a Tik-Tik or Aswang to a spot where you can see one to trap it or kill it.
Others ways that one can actually the creatures are too often just being out late at night alone on a lonely road. Many tell if you have second floor to your home never look out the window or leave it opened more then just a crack no matter how hot it is.
Scratching noises on the roof are often a sign a Aswang is there. the creatures drag themselves with their wings which have sharp nails on the ends and the sound of this has been known to drive people mad.
The creature is said to talk in whispers and if it finds out who you are it will call your name in the night before it attacks you.
Aswang Festival and ‘Aswang: A Journey Into Myth’ On October 29 to 30, 2004, Capiz inaugurated the Aswang Festival, organized by a nongovernmental group Dugo Capiznon, Incorporated. It was a Halloween-like Fiesta as a prelude to All Souls Day and All Saints Day festivals. It was, however, condemned by the Catholic hierarchy and some local officials, as an act of adoring the devil. When former Capiz Gov. Vicente Bermejo assumed as mayor of Roxas City in July 2007, the controversial festival was stopped. Canada's High Banks Entertainment Ltd.’s filmmaker Jordan Clark, 36, traveled to Capiz to film a documentary entitled ‘Aswang: A Journey Into Myth.’ (shot entirely in Victoria, British Columbia’s downtown). The Docu-Movie/suspense film stars Filipina-Canadian stage actress Janice Santos Valdez, with a special appearance of Maricel Soriano. The documentary's proceeds will help raise funds to help restore power in Olotayan Island, Roxas City and support patients of dystonia parkinsonism in Capiz. Capiz has the highest prevalence at 21.94/100,000 cases, which translates to one for every 4,000 men. Aklan has the next highest rate at 7.72/100,000. The figures suggest that XDP is endemic in Panay, particularly in Capiz.
Some believe that dystonia was the origin of the belief in the existence of a tik-tik or actual full fledged aswang. Especially during the times in the past when disorders like dystonia were yet to be diagnosed and understood in the Philippines, some people assumed that individuals afflicted with dystonia were aswang.
NOTE: The aswang is a vampire from Filipino myth. It is a living person, usually a woman, who can take the form of a large bird and who waits on the roof of a victim's house until s/he falls asleep. Then, the aswang drops down its long tongue, pricks a hole in the victim's neck, and feeds on its blood. Once filled with blood, the aswang returns home to feed her own children. In this movie, the aswang is particularly fond of feeding on the unborn.
Kat (Tina Ona Paukstelis) is unwed and pregnant but refuses to get an abortion. Instead, she opts for adoption and contracts with Peter (Norman Moses) and Janine Null to give them her baby after it is born, as Janine is unable to bear children and Peter needs an heir so that he can inherit the family estate, a large tract of apple orchards in Wisconsin.
7 Months later: Very pregnant and posing as Peter's wife Janine, Kat accompanies Peter to visit his family at the estate. Having lived in the Philippines, the family is rather strange. There is Peter's mother Olive (Flora Coker), who is ailing and is confined to a wheelchair. Peter's sister Claire (Jamie Jacobs Anderson), whom Peter describes as "touched", lives as a recluse in a rundown cottage, and Peter warns Kat to steer clear of her. And there is Cupid (Mildred Nierras), their Filipino maid who seems to be the one who holds everyone and everything together. All in all, though, Olive and Cupid seem genuinely glad to have "Janine" there, and both are very anxious for the baby to arrive.
At dinner that evening, Kat drinks too much of Cupid's "homemade apple cider" and gets drunk. That night she has strange dreams about Peter feeding on some white liquid and then putting his head between her legs as though trying to listen to the baby. The next morning, while out walking on the Hull property, Peter and Kat happen upon a trespasser, who introduces himself as Dr Roger Harper (John Kishline) and who shows them a strange "cocoon" he has found. Harper has already found scores of them and can't explain what kind of animal made them, only that the bodies inside have been reduced to bones and it seems as though they've had their lives sucked out of them.
Peter is unhappy about Harper poking around on their land, but Kat invites him to dinner anyway. After dinner, Peter shows him some artwork from the Philippines, including a drawing of an aswang, a dark figure sitting on a rooftop and sticking its long skinny tongue down into the house. Upon returning home, Harper looks up a picture of an aswang, under which the caption reads "as*wong: a Filipino vampire who feeds on the unborn. The fetus will likely die, although some survive to become Aswang themselves." Harper immediately fears for Kat/Janine's baby, but he doesn't have time to warn her. He is himself attacked by an aswang.
Meanwhile, Kat and Peter have gone to bed, and Cupid is helping Olive into her nightclothes. While Kat sleeps, an aswang slides its long tongue into her bedroom and snakes around under the bedsheets until it finds the way between her legs. Kat wakes up, dislodges the tongue, and manages to trap it in the door. Peter rushes outside to find Olive hanging from the bedroom window by her aswang tongue. In order to release her, Peter has to cut off her tongue.
Sensing that she's in danger, Kat runs...straight to Claire's cottage where she finds Harper enwrapped in a cocoon. Still alive, he tries to warn her. Kat tries ripping him free from the cocoon but, before she is successful, she hears a noise. It is the real Janine, and she's armed with a chainsaw. Janine attacks Kat, but Kat manages to kill her with a blow to the head from a garden hoe.
Enter Peter, who injects Kat with a tranquilizer. Kat tries to run, but Peter retrieves the chainsaw and goes after her while screaming, "We have a contract...This is America...We have laws!" Kat gets away but stumbles onto the grave of Janine Hull. It's now apparent that "the real Janine" is actually Peter's sister Claire and that both she and Olive are aswangs.
Peter carries the bodies of Olive and Claire into the big house. While walking along the highway, Kat is "rescued" by the local sheriff who takes her straight back to the Nulls, oblivious to Kat's contention that they are trying to kill her. After the sheriff leaves, Peter takes Kat to Claire's cottage and chains her to a window. But the sheriff, doing his duty, calls for some information about Janine Hull and comes up empty, so he returns to the Hull house, where he is attacked and killed by a chicken (Peter).
Peter, Olive, and Cupid go to the cottage. Olive is dying and must feed. While they prepare Kat, however, Olive dies, so Peter decides to feed on Kat's baby himself. At that moment, however, Harper wakes up and Peter has to kill him first, giving Kat a chance to chop off her own hand with an ax and run away...straight back to the Hull house, Peter in pursuit, garden hoe in hand.
Meanwhile, Cupid has gotten religious. She falls down on her knees and starts to pray. When Peter orders her to kill Kat, she raises the ax to obey. Just at that moment, a tiny aswang tongue emerges from between Kat's legs, and Cupid lets the ax fall.
Five years later Cupid and the 5-year old aswang girl are saying their prayers together, blessing Grandma Olive, Aunt Claire, Daddy (Peter), and a number of Janine-mommies. [Original Synopsis by bj_kuehl.]
Some physical manifestations of dystonia resemble the typical characteristics of an aswang, thus the association. In 2008 a film was made in Durban, South Africa called Surviving Evil. Starring Billy Zane, Natalie Mendoza, Christina Cole, Joel Torre, Colin Moss and Louis Barnes. it is about a A TV crew travel to a remote island in the Philippines to shoot a survival documentary, Surviving The Wilderness. Only to discover that the island is inhabited by fierce some, blood-thirsty Aswangs. Aswang (1993)Horror Film
"Aswangs" are often described as a combination of vampire, ghosts and witch and are almost always female, Though the males do exist and are usually the head of a harem of the strange creatures. They are sometimes used as a generic term applied to all types of witches, manananggals, shape shifters, lycanthropes, and monsters. The presence of an aswang is preceded often with a hissing or grunting sound. The scream of the creature is said to drive men wild with insanity.
Aswangs have been known to haunt certain families over and over again. Old family tales of great carnage and their descendents often tell of how it seeks out one family and tries to inilate the entire line off the face of the earth.
Aswang stories and definitions vary greatly from region to region and person to person, so no one particular set of characteristics can be ascribed to the term. However, the term is often used interchangeably with manananggal, which is a particular creature with a specific set of features. They are often portrayed as a monster with wings which flap loudly when she's far away and quietly when she's nearer. The most popular original definition however, is that it is a bal-bal (maninilong in Catanauan, Quezon), an eater of the dead. After consumption, the bal-bal replaces the cadaver with banana trunks.
Dumangas is alleged to have aswangs. The aswang here is an ugly creature that possesses a wings similar to bats and they eat human flesh. this creature is more delvilsh in it's actions it is said to sleep by day in ones attic. And that is in the home of the people that it will pick off one by one in days to come. Yopu know if one is in your attic by the terrible stench and sounds of it snoring as it sleeps in the day.
The myth of the Aswang is also popular in the Visayan region of the Philippines, specially in the western provinces of Capiz, Iloilo, Antique. Aside from entertainment value, mothers are said to tell their children Aswang stories to keep them off the streets and keep them home at night. Similar to Count Vlad III Dracula of Transylvania in Vampire stories, the most popular characters are the clan of Teñente/ Tenyente/ Tiniente Gimo of the town of Dueñas, Iloilo.
The Manananggal (sometimes confused with the Wak Wak or tik-tik in some areas by the Filipinos) were called Penanggalan in Malay folklore \. It resembles a Western vampire, in being an evil, human-devouring monster or witch. The myth of the manananggal is popular in the Visayan region of the Philippines, especially in the western provinces of Capiz, Iloilo, Antique. There are varying accounts of the features of a manananggal.
Like all tales of old world vampires, Visayan folklore creatures, and aswangs, manananggals are also said to abhor the smell of fresh garlic, flowers from new graves and strangely enough like a zombie ...salt. They were also known to avoid bamboo fields, rakes, daggers, flashlights will blind them giving you enough time to run away, vinegar poured over your body before bed time will stop one from sucking your brains out of your nose at night, spices and the tail of a sting ray which can be fashioned as a whip to choke them to death with.
Thirteen drops of freshly blessed Holy water mixed with the urine of a child and that of a dying man, and fresh blood of a chicken will cause the creature to explode if it just takes one sip.
Folklore of similar creatures can be found in the neighboring nations of Indonesia and Malaysia. And as noted many have different ways of dispatching them to the grave. The most proficient is to lure it into you bed and whilst making love spit holy water into i's face and hold on tot e creature until sun rise.
Many have told the tale of how the creature has flown out of the window with the poor person clinging to the dangling intestines. Only to fall to earth as the sun rises and the creature is dissolves into nothingness.
A manananggal is described as being an older, beautiful woman (as opposed to an aswang), capable of severing its upper torso in order to fly into the night with huge bat-like wings to prey on unsuspecting, pregnant women in their homes; using an elongated proboscis-like tongue, it sucks the hearts of fetuses or blood of an unsuspecting, sleeping victim. The severed lower torso is left standing and it is said to be the more vulnerable of the two halves. Sprinkling salt or smearing crushed garlic or ash on top of the standing torso is fatal to the creature. The upper torso then would not be able to rejoin and will die at daybreak. The name of the creature originates from an expression used for a severed torso: manananggal comes from the Tagalog, tanggal (cognate of Malay tanggal) which means to remove or to separate. Manananggal then means the one who separates itself (in this case, separates itself from its lower body). Superstitious folk in the Visayan provinces still hang cloves of garlic or onion around windows, doors, etc. with the purpose of repelling this creature as well as the aswang.
They may be a product of mass hysteria or intentionally propagated to keep children off the street, home at night and wary or careful of strangers, or simply to entertain them.
The province of Capiz is the subject or focus of many manananggal stories, similarly with the stories of other types of mythical creatures, such as ghosts, goblins, ghouls and aswangs.
Different regions have different stories on how manananggals can come about. One story relates that manananggals have black leaches or even chickens in their throats, which provide them with their power. A manananggal cannot die until the leach is destroyed or the poor chick is removed, which can of course only be acomplished by smoking the manananggal. This is done by capturing it wit a lure made of a small dog or kitten. The then captured creature is then hung upside down in a tree or from a roof top, while it's captures beat it with long sticks or cane. And constantly spinning her until she vomits the leeches or chicks up.
Another old story my grand mother told was that spells or the devil himself by his powers of supernatural means can turn someone into a manananggal in the blink of an eye. Another often told tale tells that by contaminating someone's meal with an old manananggal's saliva, feces, urine or human flesh can make a person turn into the feared night beast before their eyes.
These beasts are thought to be strange in what they desire to eat. from old dung in the streets. Or a Creature with such strange perculiarities might want to dine on the feet of a rotting corpse, then seek out the vomit in a gutter that of a drunkard just to wet it's whistle.
The Tiyanak (also Tianak or Tianac) is a creature which, in Philippine mythology, imitates the form of a child. It usually takes the form of a newborn baby and cries like one in the jungle to attract unwary travelers. Once it is picked up by the victim, it reverts to its true form and attacks the victim. Aside from slashing victims, the tianak also delights in leading travelers astray, or in kidnapping children.
The krasue (Thai: กระสือ; sometimes also spelt 'Kra-Sue') is a certain female spirit of Southeast Asian mythology. This ghost has been the subject of a number of movies in the region, including Konm Eak Madia Arb (or Krasue Mom), a Cambodian horror movie which has the distinction of being the first movie made in the People's Republic of Kampuchea after the absence of locally-made movies and the repression of local folklore in Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge era.
A Krasue or Ap is a malevolent spirit appearing during the night. It manifests itself as a woman, usually young and beautiful, with her internal organs hanging down from the neck, trailing below the head. Since it has no lower body this spirit hovers in the air above the ground. The organs below the head include a length of intestine and are usually represented freshly daubed with blood. Her teeth often include pointed fangs in vampire-fashion.
It is believed that this spirit was formerly a rich person with a legth of black gauze or ribbon tied around the head and neck as protection from the sunshine. The ghost originated with the possession of this woman by an evil spirit which turned her into a head suspended in the air with some internal organs hanging from the neck after the separation of the head from the body.
This hungry ghost is always active in the night when it goes out hunting, seeking blood to drink or raw flesh to devour.
This ghost can prey on pregnant women in their homes just before or after the childbirth. It uses an elongated proboscis-like tongue to catch the fetus or its placenta within the womb and its sharp teeth to devour it. This habit, among other unmentionable things that this spirit does, is believed to be the cause of many diseases affecting mainly women during their pregnancy. Attacking pregnant women is a feature Krasue or Ap shares with the Filipina ghost Manananggal.
In order to protect the pregnant women from becoming victims before birth, their relatives place thorny branches around the house. This improvised thorny fence discourages the Krasue coming to suck the blood and causing other sufferings to the pregnant lady within the house.
After the birth, the woman's relatives must take the cut placenta far away for burial to hide it from the Krasue. There is the belief that if the placenta is buried deep enough the spirit can't find it. To crush the still body which can be left sleeping or sitting is fatal to the spirit. The flying head will return after hunting but rejoin with the wrong body which will lead to suffer pain until death.
The creature will die if the intestines get cut off or if its body disappears or gets hidden by someone. If the top part of the body fails to find the lower half before daybreak it will die if it does not rejoin the other half when sunlight comes. Some traditions believe that the creature can be destroyed by burning them alive.
Many believe these beasts look for good looking young men to father their devil like children. If a man is the desired mate of an aswang then is troubles are great and will never end until she devours him whole. It seems much like a black widow or praying mantis they eat their lovers to feed the unborn creature inside them.
The children of the aswang can only survive in the womb of the creature only once it 's father is devoured if the young man dies so does the baby inside.
Tik-Tiks when mating with humans devour a mans penis and scrotum whole. Many believe this oral castration is the reason the beast becomes impregnated. Once it is with child it then seeks out only young girls and babies to eat for the next 9 months. sometimes killing hundreds from several boarding villages.
These undead creatures are said to be all over the world especially in cities where descendents of Filipinos are present. From California to New Orleans,Texas, Bangkok, Manila to the great shores of Europe and the UK. The aswang and her sisters still as some say carry out the deed of eating the living no matter what country they live in.
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