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|Misamis Higaonon Manobo|
|Region||Agusan del Norte and Agusan del Sur provinces, Mindanao|
The Higaonon people believe in a variety of deities, namely:
- Magbabayà (The Ruler of All) - The supreme god who has minor gods and goddesses beneath him to do specific jobs and take care of certain things, he is also the god of the west.
- Domalondong – The god of the north.
- Ongli – The god of the south.
- Tagolambong – The god of the east.
- Ibabasok - He watches over the crops and their growth in a simple ceremony at the center of the rice field.
- Dagingon – They worship this deity in an elaborated celebration complete with songs and dances which will last for nine nights during planting and after harvest seasons.
- Bulalakaw - The spirit who watches the rivers and takes care of the fishermen's catch.
- Tumpaa Nanapiyaw or Intumbangol - Watches the base of the earth night and day lest it crumbles.
- Tagabugtà - The spirit who watches the farm or the forest
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