[So this has been a really taxing and scary time for me because of a close call with my family in the Philippines. For now nondescript, but I think you can imagine why I might be super worried for my older family members right now. Overall, be kind to yourself and others. We can make it through this. Ingat po.]
Back to Tagalog mythology, in a religion where deities can die, what comes next? Why, other anitos rise to take their place, of course! One trinity came to an end, and another rose to take its place.
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