Olden Visayan Deities

This section includes the deities of the Visayans from a certain pantheon story.
  • Kaptan : The supreme god who dwells in the sky. He is the Ancient Visayan counterpart of Bathala. Of all the supreme deities in the Visayas, he is the most worshiped by the natives. He had a son named Lihangin.
  • Magwayen : The goddess of the sea who is believed to take the souls of the dead in Sulad (Ancient Visayan counterpart of Hell). She had a daughter named Lidagat.
  • Lihangin : The god of the wind and the son of Kaptan. He later married Lidagat and had four children.
  • Lidagat : The goddess of the sea after Magwayen. She later married Lihangin and had four children.
  • Likabutan : The god of the world and the eldest children of Lihangin and Lidagat.
  • Ladlaw : The god of the sun and the second children of Lihangin ang Lidagat.
  • Libulan : The goddess of the moon and the third children of Lihangin and Lidagat.
  • Lisuga : The deity in which Silalak and Sibabay came from. She was the youngest children of Lihangin and Lidagat.
  • Alunsina : She was the virgin goddess of the eastern skies.
  • Bangun Bangun : God of time and cosmic movements.
  • Barangaw : He is the god of the rainbow
  • Bulalakaw : Bird god, causer of illness.
  • Burigadang Pada Sinaklang Bulawan : Goddess of greediness.
  • Dalikamata : The many-eyed goddess, cures eye illnesses.
  • Inaginid and Malanduk : God invoked for success in battle and plunder.
  • Kan-Laon : The supreme god worshiped by the Ancient Visayans who lived in the Negros Islands that dwells in Mount kanlaon. As well as Kaptan, he is the Ancient Visayans counterpart of Bathala).
  • Kasaraysarayan sa Silgan : God of rivers.
  • Lalahon : She is the goddess of fire, volcanoes and harvest. In ancient times, Ancient Visayans blamed her for sending armies of locusts to destroy their harvests. In response, natives will offer her gifts in order to please her and prevent her from doing that
  • Lubay-Lubyok Hanginun si Mahuyokhuyokan : Goddess of the night breeze.
  • Luyong Baybay : Goddess of the tides.
  • Magdang Diriinin : God of the lakes.
  • Maklium sa Tiwan : God of the valleys and plains.
  • Maklium sa Tubig : God of the sea.
  • Munsad Buralakaw : God of politics and affairs of men.
  • Nagined, Arapayan, and Makbarubak : God who could be appealed to when concocting poisonous oil.
  • Pahulangkug : God of seasons.
  • Pandaki : God who rescues the deserving for a more pleasant fate
  • Sidapa : The god of death who is said to reside on top of Mount Madia-as in province of Antique.
  • Siginarugan : He is identified as the god of the underworld.
  • Suimuran and Suiguinarugan : Gods of hell, the final destination for all deceased souls.
  • Suklang Malayon : Goddess of homeliness, sister of Alunsina.
  • Sumalongson : God of the rivers and the sea.
  • Sumpoy : God of the afterlife.
  • Tungkung Langit : Upper world and supreme god, counterpart of Bathala.
  • Ynaguinid and Macanduc : Gods of war / battle.

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