The History of The Philippines Before Magellan (3000 BCE - 1521 CE)

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History of The Philippines Before Magellan (3000 BCE - 1521 CE)
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@L17_8 Ай бұрын
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@fale892 Ай бұрын
Not until you stop using this BCE shite
@mwmwmwmwmmdw Ай бұрын
hilarious April fools video!
@xav5376 Ай бұрын
bro this is not april fools i thnink?
@tumao_kaliwat_napulo Ай бұрын
@@fale892 BC/BCE = the same AD/CE = the same CE = Common Era
@mrconfusion87 Ай бұрын
The Philippines' pre-1521 history DESERVES more study! I have a gut feeling we are far from fully understanding it completely!
@ramargate Ай бұрын
Agree. Lots of artifacts in the provinces which pre-dates the Spanish era. In fact I brought an heirloom bronze pot to the national museum, when they checked the potters mark, it wasn't on their records.
@GaRaFaL Ай бұрын
it will tarnish the catholic views so they rather not tackle it!
@toriahmyworld Ай бұрын
@@GaRaFaL It said that Lapu-Lapu refused to convert to catholicism. Jose Rizal also dislike catholicism.....oh well..
@Kaelleonm4913 Ай бұрын
@@GaRaFaL another country corrupted by extremist religious fanatics and views, these people dont know they are screwing up their own mental by letting religion decide how they should lead their lives
@leonardwashington6127 Ай бұрын
​@@toriahmyworld Chief Lapu Lapu was skilled in kali, arnis, and escrima. He killed explorer and conquistador Ferdinand Megallen in a sword duel. !!
@sir_charl_ii Ай бұрын
My direct ancestor formerly served Rajah Sulayman as his personal cannon maker. Following the downfall of Maynila and its rulers, he then worked for Conquistador Miguel Lopez de Legazpi as a weapons maker for Spain, crafting cannons for the fortress now recognised as Intramuros. If you're familiar with him, yes I'm talking about Panday Pira. Some of his descendants (my relatives) reside in Abra, while my lineage remains in Manila. Just thought I'd share, and it's great to see more Philippine History.❤
@michaelrubi1148 Ай бұрын
So you’re a direct descendants of the traitors and weaklings 😂
@miaya3898 Ай бұрын
That’s good. My maternal ancestry can be traced to Spain in the 1700s. my paternal grandpa was half American 🇺🇸 but we don't even know his real surname. He changed it 4 times that we are aware of so we don't know our real apelyido 😅
@cardinalwilson8034 Ай бұрын
my great great great grand father is also one of rizal's close friend they even go to madrid and became superstars there. there is even a rumor that rizal stole one of my Great great great grand fathers idea.;
@jayemveeaydee Ай бұрын
I’m related To Jesus Christ.
@fidellerosa Ай бұрын
hella cool!
@CasinoJackpots361 Ай бұрын
Can't believe my humble city (butuan) got recognized in this video when we got little recognition in national history discussions here in the Philippines
@joshua4785 Ай бұрын
your city was once the most prominent kingdoms back then, many people there hosts different objects from bowls, clothing, weapons, etc that are made out of gold.... So it is right they mentioned the kingdom of Butuan, one of our greatest precolonial kingdoms and sultanates
@mmyr8ado.360 Ай бұрын
You have the oldest balangay found in the Philippines as well as a seal with Kawi script, which was used in the kingdom of Sri Vijaya in it; your city's quite important.
@choiechansing2566 Ай бұрын
I love Butuan! Stayed there for two years
@octavia7408 Ай бұрын
What are you talking about, the fact that you have a National Museum branch in Butuan means you are highly recognized in National History discussion and most ancient gold exhibition highlights Butuan. You are not recognized in mainstream discussion because a lot of Filipinos do not know about their precolonial history so I hope more Butuan people can correct misinformation share in social media and share the beauty of the ancient polities of the Philippines.
@jehgelo Ай бұрын
I know butuan was a powerful kingdom. Dapat hindi ito naglaho.
@CruiseCaldingon Ай бұрын
The igorots were one of the few filipinos who never submitted to other religions(Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam) until they were Christianize by the Americans. Most muslim priest say the Philippines was a muslim country which is in fact wrong just to pursuade and convert christian filipinos. Just to remind you the Datus of Visayas were Native Filipinos, the Rajas of Manila-Luzon were Indian(Hindu) Filipinos, only the Sultan of Sulu-Mindanao were Muslim Filipinos, that's why Lapu-Lapu and other Rajas and Datus of Luzon and Visayas were not muslim because they practiced Animism not Islam. There is nothing wrong with Islam, but muslim priests tend to use this wrong information to convert christian filipinos.
@user-rb8vm6lr9l Ай бұрын
Conquest by divide and rule tactics, subjugation.
@cheerLads88 Ай бұрын
If we are muslim before why our military marines ,navy and airforce dominated by ✝️ during spain ,japan and US colonization until now ✝️ dominated.
@mdnytc Ай бұрын
​@@cheerLads88most of the philippines was ruled by muslim before pre Spanish colonial. But they were defeated and the locals were forcefully converted to Christian.
@DDCShortClip Ай бұрын
Igorot known as traitors of our country man
@j.s.2694 Ай бұрын
​@@mdnytc just dont include us igorots or people of baguio or cordillera because we were never forced to convert to Christianity.igorots defeated the spanish that's why we still preserved our culture
@florenzryansotelo8552 Ай бұрын
This was a very good effort to shed light on the details of Pre-Colonial Philippines, so Kudos to the creator. I was happy hearing the discussion from the start up to 3:30; past 3:33, I noticed some information lacking, like: 1. In 3:33, there was the discussion on the Barangays led by the Datus, the basic form of government, but the discussion on the much larger Bayan, which was a Confederation of Barangays and was led by an Indigenous Lakan (the Ruler of all Datus in the area and supposed to have the bloodline of a Diwata) or an Indianized or Islamized Rajah was missing. Reference: Pre-Colonial Manila Briefer, Presidential Museum and Library, Republic of the Philippines 2. In 6:37, there was a discussion on Tondo and Maynila. However, they were referred to as Barangays. These were actually Bayans, a confederation of Barangays. Reference: Pre-Colonial Manila Briefer, Presidential Museum and Library, Republic of the Philippines Also, Tondo was actually a Center of a larger Confederacy of Bayans built by Gat Lontok and Dayang Kalangitan, maybe referred to as Luzon. The Confederacy includes the Bayans of Tondo, Maynila, Maysapa, I don’t know if Namayan was included, but I have read the the Bayans of Bae and Lumbang also submits to the rulership of Tondo, plus the Bayans of Central Luzon (those who participated in the Revolt of the Lakans). 3. I said that the Confederacy of Bayans may have been referred to as Luzon because the people who came from there were called Luzones by the Portuguese. In 10:33, the creator said that the first contact of the Filipinos with the Europeans was in 1521, when Magellan landed on Homonhon Island in the Visayas; however, the Portuguese were already able to interact with the Luzones in their Conquest of Malacca in 1511. In fact, the Portuguese installed Rejimo Diraja, a Luzones, to help them manage the Port of Malacca after the conquest of the Sultanate. Reference: The Suma Oriental of Tome Pires. 4. In 8:36, the creator discussed the Sulu Sultanate and Brunei Sultanate, but they did not included the island of Palawan as part of their dominion. I hope my findings help in anyway.
@florenzryansotelo8552 Ай бұрын
You may also want to read “The Summa Oriental of Tome Pires” by Francisco Rodriguez, its from 1512 to 1515.
@guillerhonora717 Ай бұрын
also they forgot to include the Tondo Conspiracy
@daxaq7888 Ай бұрын
Thank you for this
@florenzryansotelo8552 Ай бұрын
@@guillerhonora717 yes, I agree. “The Tondo Conspiracy” of 1587 was also called, “Revolt of the Lakans.” See my comment, item #2b.
@willylo4090 27 күн бұрын
Thank you for the effort ... hopefully, they take the account the local Tribes and or Clans. They knew and most historians belittle the knowledge of these parts of the Visayas that actually resist and they push on Lapu Lapu as the nearby Island which is wrong... from Zugbo itself it took them day and night (Pigafetas account) to reach the location of this 'Lapu-lapu' which is NorthEasterly in direction 😂 and yet they just arive in the nearby Island which is only a swim from Cebu...what a history! Lapu-lapus Kingdom is the Samar-Leyte Islands! And that is a period with an exclamation mark.
@GatDagohoy Ай бұрын
This video clearly explains that there were little to no Muslims in pre colonial Philippines, except some significant Muslim populations in the Maguindanao and Sulu Sultanate areas. The rest of pre colonial Philippines were either adherents of Hinduism and Buddhism mixed with Animism or they were just purely Animists.
@RaidenWard Ай бұрын
@@paolopetrozzi2213 He should of left those poor people alone. Missionaries are the worst kind of colonial invader.
@sal1500 Ай бұрын
​@@RaidenWardUnless, if you try to deceive the natives just to accept religion but the thing is they were sent to teach and preach Islam (The Oneness of God) and the natives were willingly accepted the religion as it was not forced but found it not just spiritual but in daily living activities, beneficial to our own self.
@sal1500 Ай бұрын
@cuddles1767 Yeah same to those American Missionaries and Radical Castillians? Very intelligent of you cuddles. Why don't you tell that to the 90% Native American natives they slaughtered? Or those American/Russian Missionaries who "preach" just for the sake of their comfort? Like rapes, "religious community services", or even daily tax.
@zuesmaya8167 Ай бұрын
If Philippines remained independent tho they’d likely become Muslim like Indonesia and Malaysia
@paolopetrozzi2213 Ай бұрын
@@RaidenWard That's not the point of my comment. He was referring to the European colonial period while the first missionaries were Muslims, 200 years earlier. And, by the way, modern Christian missionaries in Africa are helping African people to build hospitals and schools, are helping them to develop agriculture and other business to make those people self-sustained. On the other hand, Islamic terrorist in the entire Africa keep attacking and destroying and ki---ng everybody to impose Islam. Therefore, I'd rather choose a missionary.
@skylinelover9276 Ай бұрын
The Igorot people of Philippines still maintaining the original Austronesian culture, with less Abrahamic, Dharmic influence compare to lowlands Filipinos
@sal1500 Ай бұрын
Also to our Sea Gypsy Austronesian Peoples especially the "Bajau People".
@KimJongUnGamingAndVlogging Ай бұрын
youre dreaming. most igorots today are christian. go ask them. i honestly dont know what youre talking about. this isnt 2000 bce
@skylinelover9276 Ай бұрын
@@KimJongUnGamingAndVloggingthey are only christian in paper. But their cultural is still strong austronesian unlike lowland Filipinos
@halfevilhalfgood2206 Ай бұрын
​@@skylinelover9276Igorots never taste 300-500 years war only Tagalogs, Ilonggo/Panay, and Moros. That's why they maintain their identity, culture, and so on.😂😂
@imdark4975 Ай бұрын
@@KimJongUnGamingAndVlogging Still they maintained and preserved their tradition and culture, and language, christianity did not affect them except their headhunting culture which they stopped when the Americans arrived.
@skylinelover9276 Ай бұрын
The jade culture is associated to Austronesian, the Champa people of Vietnam, Philippine archipelago, Formosa/Taiwan
@Edgar_Ramirez471 Ай бұрын
@tsugtsug9843 Ай бұрын
​@@Edgar_Ramirez471what spanish like doing her so attention sicker realtalk!!!
@jonathanbalagtas848 Ай бұрын
Animist is much more appropriate "religion" . Much more realistic than any "man-made" religion that also have been corrrupted for a very very long time.
@cheerLads88 28 күн бұрын
Pero noon 90 20s ayaw ma connect satin ng mga yan diring diri sila sa kahirapan at kaitiman ng pinoy.ngayon kungbsino sino nlng may gusto maki connect sa pinas 🤣 ambottttt!!!!
@o.c.g.m9426 Ай бұрын
This is what we need more videos of ....history of nations BEFORE EUROPEANS arrived. Id like movies n videos as well and id pay to read subtitles.
@surtrpicks Ай бұрын
Histories and info are often hard to Find from then as they werent recorded well, were destroyed, or are over shadowed by the Europeans themselves.
@user-fw5pk5qp3q Ай бұрын
Why not watch our neighboring country's movies about ancient times to find more historic connections, to be honest it is thanks to our neighbors that we end up learning a pice of our history . Even mexico is connected in asia way before the pre colonial times 😮
@JonDoe-mz4dx Ай бұрын
That's the issue there's very little material on the pre colonial Philippines. I can't find many definitive sources for pre colonial beyond genetics and archaeological remains ran against the accounts of the original Spaniards. Which certainly have a bias, just like they did with the Aztec, Chickasaw, and Navajo people.
@JonDoe-mz4dx Ай бұрын
​​​​@@user-fw5pk5qp3qNah fam here's what it is. Philippines is of relevance because it represents a continuity of pre-European culture that continues until today. Whereas there are cultures within Mexico that have an Indigenous culture, Mexico itself is of a Spanish culture and language. So I'm saying in the realm of Indigenous people who were colonized by USA and kept their pre European language. Philippines is more similar to American Indians than it is to Mexico, because Philippines is of an Indigenous culture, not a Hispanic culture. If that makes sense?
@jujumu22 Ай бұрын
No one knows if what we have been taught is our true culture or it has been heavily filtered before spreading the information to us 🤔🤔
@khayrhijazi9207 Ай бұрын
Brunei now : 🤏 Brunei back then : 😨
@maddogbasil Ай бұрын
Bruneians were pushing everybody around back in the day
@sal1500 Ай бұрын
No kidding there mate...
@khayrhijazi9207 Ай бұрын
I'm sorry, I mean, the land area of Brunei
@Edgar_Ramirez471 Ай бұрын
@keichannnn Ай бұрын
maniniwala ka ba na man-made ang Palawan para gawing Tulay ng Brunei papuntang Luzon, yung isang Tulay papuntang Mindanao
@aGatezMoss Ай бұрын
Any game developers out there. Hear this. Any triple A game (God of War style) base off with culture and animalism of pre-colonial Philippines would be a massive hit. I would love to time travel in this time of era. Seeing those mythical creatures (tikbalang, kapre, manananggal) mixed with tagalog god (bathala), barangay kingdoms, animalism, muslims and threat of incoming spanish Christian invasion interplay with each other would be a great experience!!
@GamerNugget18 Ай бұрын
Thats what I thought, it makes sense for ubisoft to make a good assassin’s creed here since they even have a studio there
@melvinco7 Ай бұрын
This is what I always wanted. But I need to study first about game dev. And read tons of books about Philippine Mythology.
@mmyr8ado.360 Ай бұрын
@@GamerNugget18 I used to be very optimistic with Ubisoft having a studio in Laguna. But seeing what's happening to them now, I just hope the talents of the team there aren't wasted or worse.
@SoccerNutTV Ай бұрын
There's a PC game called "Anito"
@klastorplays Ай бұрын
Hi as a software developer, the history and culture of the pre-colonial Philippines have to be studied, reviewed and analyzed thoroughly to create an accurate depiction. It will be a lot of work, but with a good team I think it is possible to create this game. If I could find people who share the same interests, I would sacrifice anything to work and complete this project.
@paul5475 Ай бұрын
What this video proves that the Filipinos or the people before Spanish arrived already civilized.
@reneabrea4123 Ай бұрын
But all have their own kingdom not as one.
@user-pj4lf5eq7y Ай бұрын
Every part of the world has its different civilization before the 15th century. Most schools taught the history under the view of the west. But now, today's historians are scripting history in different views.
@OrionTails Ай бұрын
​@@reneabrea4123 still, they had their own states, and we're even capable of challenging other powers (to a limited extent).
@thela255 Ай бұрын
​@@reneabrea4123that's very common in Asia
@Edgar_Ramirez471 Ай бұрын
@herbertsungahid Ай бұрын
Man I was born and raised in the Philippines before migrating to America but this information is not even taught to us in elementary school. It took 51 years for me to know these history. All they taught in schools were 1521 Spanish era onwards.
@user-lm5le7pm6x Ай бұрын
It was because of the fact that all books and history of the Philippines were burned and destroyed in order to erase the history of the Philippines during the pre-colonial era.
@yukikme5041 Ай бұрын
Ikr? Which is why I always found it kinda boring, it wasn't until college where I heard a different Philippine history being taught and got interested
@rhasatz4922 Ай бұрын
@cheerLads88 Ай бұрын
Talaga hindi mo alam na hindi rin satin nagsimula ang islamic at bakit hindi yan na tinatawag colonialist of arab islamic ???😂pareho din namn nakarating ang catholic satin pero tawag nila sa puti colonialist😂 may kafal pa sila ng mukha mag independency samantalang mula ng spain japan at us occupation puro ✝️mga military navy at airforce natin hangang ngayon sa china ✝️dominance parin .
@StickyKeys187 Ай бұрын
History is written by the victors. In this case its Spain and America.
@Gitsmasher Ай бұрын
Easy to get along, phillipine people ❤❤ from🇮🇩 indo..
@les0218 Ай бұрын
I hope you don't get offended but we also just don't get along but we also look alike.
@Gitsmasher Ай бұрын
@@les0218 i wish the best for all my pinoy friends from game "dota 2".. make me childhood the blast😆
@i3_13 Ай бұрын
Hi, I'm abed fan, an indo pride
@ronnienestor Ай бұрын
Thanks brother.
@shinsenshogun900 Ай бұрын
Sunda pride!
@NanobanaKinako Ай бұрын
As someone who watched Amaya and Indio, this is a lot of fun to watch. We also had a name for our god, if Muslims calls their god, Allah. We call our god, laon. Also the datu term for leader is actually for Visayan kingdoms, lakan is what we call to a leader of a kingdom in Luzon. Luzon culture is a lot different than than the pintados of Visayas. Rajah is pronounced wrong in this video, it's supposed to be rah-hah. We also invented Baybayin.
@Kariktan214 20 күн бұрын
Hi, just little corrections. It is pronounced as ra-jah and not ra-hah as it is originally a Hindu title and that's how they pronounced it. Laon is mostly for Visayans. In the Tagalog pantheon which is in Luzon, the supreme god is called Bathala. I've read that that isn't his name as Bathala just means god, other bathala/ bathalumans have their own names. They don't call the supreme god's name maybe out of respect. Other tribes in Luzon have their own beliefs too, such as some Cordillerans have anitos, and I think the Aetas that lived in the foot of Pinatubo called their god, Apo Mallari (just added infos.) Yes, we invented Baybayin. It is the writing system of Tagalog. Other regions in the Philippines with other languages have their own writing systems too.
@j.s.2694 Ай бұрын
Big thanks to our ancestors who fought for our land.till now ,we igorots still have our identity we have our own tradition,culture, values etc.maybe that's why many local tourist come to baguio people of it,and our weather.😊
@MikeLevensonViernes Ай бұрын
Proud north philippines
@soothinglycool9806 Ай бұрын
Don't betray your tough ancestors by permitting the Chinese to gobble up paradise.
@MikeLevensonViernes Ай бұрын
@Just_A_Casual_Fan_Sorry Ай бұрын
Mabuhay si Bantag!!!
@luzvismindumalaganjr.1988 Ай бұрын
History of our country is clearly connected in the bible ..
@trilogen Ай бұрын
Philippines history sure is a mystery. I feel this is only a fraction of what really happened or half truths.
@ngekkkkkkkk Ай бұрын
@marimar3161 Ай бұрын
The natives are NEGRITOS. And they've been in the Philippines for 30,000 years. The Austronesians came much later, just 3,000 years ago. Don't leave out the first people. The Negritos are still in the Philippines
@JonDoe-mz4dx Ай бұрын
They're both Indigenous because they speak pre-Spanish and pre-English languages and have maintained them through 500 years.
@JonDoe-mz4dx Ай бұрын
The only non-Indigenous Filipino would be a person of Spanish descent whose ancestors spoke only Spanish and still do. That'd just be Creoles, which they do recognize.
@JonDoe-mz4dx Ай бұрын
The Austronesians and Negritos overlap though.
@JonDoe-mz4dx Ай бұрын
It's also about 5000 years.
@JonDoe-mz4dx Ай бұрын
5000 years in a place and still speaking Austronesian languages is native.
@GhettoMotherTeresa 22 күн бұрын
This is one of the best videos I’ve stumbled upon trying to understand my family history. Thank you!
@user-wl7dm5xw9d Ай бұрын
Salamat knowledgia for the Philippine content.
@adijanuardea1582 Ай бұрын
Its interesting about laguna copper inscription in 10th centuries. In Java, we also have many copper inscriptions in 10th centuries
@GatDagohoy Ай бұрын
This proves that pre colonial Philippine civilisations definitely werent barbaric stone age tribes like most of the world thinks. They were highly civilised with stratified polities in each of the islands, conducting trade with foreigners, wearing clothing of different kinds, practicing peaceful spiritual/ancestral worship beliefs, accepting the religions of foreigners, even learning how to read and write (each polity had their own writing and reading systems). By the time the Spaniards arrived, the Maynila Rajahnate, was capable of manufacturing small quantities of gunpowder and even had a blacksmith who was capable of manufacturing Lantaka cannons. All civilisations in pre colonial Philippines were all capable of blacksmithing, usually for making weapons either to use or trade. Many of the weapons were made with iron blades with wooden handles, cause that was the standard custom and practice for weapon making throughout the archipelago. And there's no records of cannibles in pre colonial Philippines and definitely no religious practices related to cannibalism. The true barbarians were the natives in the America's. Before the Spanish came, they were either stone age tribes or Bronze age civilisations with very barbaric cannibalistic religions.
@briangoya5853 Ай бұрын
I’m not Native American but Just stop you guys are trying way too hard to pretend you were civilized and I can’t read this anymore. Might I remind you that the Filipinos were mostly civilized by their neighboring kingdoms. Also there were tribes in the Philippines who practiced ritualistic cannibalism and some still do today. Bro before the Spanish arrived you guys lived in small independent settlements barangays. The Spanish described the Philippines as place with no cities,no stone buildings. The Aztec tho living in the Bronze Age had the Spanish describing their cities massive wonders of architecture that reviled the biggest European cities at the time and Inca architecture was excellent. The Aztec may have practiced ritual killings(savages) as you called them but the Filipinos built nothing and just took.
@GatDagohoy Ай бұрын
@briangoya5853 Even Ferdinand Magellan and his men on their expedition said that the pre colonial civilisations of these islands were way more advanced than the civilisations in the America's. The civilisations in the America's were either stuck in the stone age or stuck in the bronze age. They weren't even capable of producing an ounce of gunpowder and definitely weren't capable of making a single cannon. By the time the Spaniards arrived in the 1570s, the Tondoan Lakanate and the Maynila Rajahnate were important trading polities of South East Asia, capable of producing gunpowder Lantaka cannons, and also capable of blacksmithing a variety of weapons with iron blades. Look up the Spanish Boxer codex and written records. All the things I mentioned are there. The natives of pre colonial Philippines even had their own written scripts, and almost everyone could read and write, even the slaves. One specific script called Baybayin is still alive today. How about the natives of the America's? They couldn't even read and write🤣 The Inca's had to use knotted strings for keeping records of taxes cause they had no idea how to read and write🤣 By the 9th century, the Lakan of the Tondoan Lakanate was already pardoning people's debts and keeping written records of pardoned debts as well.
@YwY-ct5yq Ай бұрын
That was very obvious for many people...
@hijodelsoldeoriente Ай бұрын
How about refrain from putting other cultures down just to prove the superiority of ours? Keep in mind, the native americans include not just the Inuit, Lakota, Iroquois, or Cherokee but Also the Aztecs, Mayans, and Incas. Barbarity is such a relative term especially when judging a time that is different from ours.
@daxaq7888 Ай бұрын
You don't have to drag the native Americans. Mind you the Incans and Aztecs are native Americans and they have one of the most advanced civilizations during their time.
@chuwiq01 Ай бұрын
as born and raised as filipino, this kind history never taught in schools or in my school. i wonder why. all they taught in history is lapu-lapu, magellan, and the heroes like rizal and the rest. and unending political history. they didn't taught this things. this is the first time i heard this history so thank you very much for this.
@shinsenshogun900 Ай бұрын
Cram test answers for feebly minded students as usual.
@chuwiq01 Ай бұрын
Cram test comments for feebly minded people as usual.
@shinsenshogun900 Ай бұрын
@@chuwiq01 aye, all these comments do instill mental challenges online lol
@carmelitotanael6183 Ай бұрын
the name is Fernando Magallanes, not ferdinand magellan, and it is balangay, not baranggay as what is taught in schools
@chuwiq01 Ай бұрын
@@carmelitotanael6183 he's name is really ferdinand magellan, until he went to spain and offered to serve charles I and so on. henceforward became known by the Spanish version of his name Fernando de Magallanes. about balangay i agreed. i kinda remember it. but when you search balangay on google its about boats and not places. so idk, maybe i remember it wrong.
@bobbyreyes7155 Ай бұрын
Very interesting. This is my first time to know these facts.. Thank you.
@maddogbasil Ай бұрын
*Shout out to the People of Mindanao* Ramdan Mubarak ☪️☪️✅️✅️
@arielquelme Ай бұрын
Not a filippino, but Ramadhan Mubarak to you too
@Indresh2468 Ай бұрын
I love giving pork dishes to Muslims to break their fast.
@rizkyadiyanto7922 Ай бұрын
​@@Indresh2468ok zoomer
@shahriyermahi4415 Ай бұрын
​@@Indresh2468I love eating Gau mata
@Indresh2468 Ай бұрын
@@shahriyermahi4415 cheers katna lund. Me too! I love beef burgers.
@DeniceManubag Ай бұрын
Wow! I'm from Cebu and I learned a lot from this video. Thank you for creating this!
@cornystreetmusic 25 күн бұрын
I love Cebu. Very historical thats why in 2011-2015 and 2020-2022 I was there. Working and living alone. I really wsnt to settle in South Cebu. Soon. Miss that Island so much. 😔
@rldabomb33 Ай бұрын
thank you for this.. we need more videos like this explaining how Philippines was thousands of years ago..
@fabilovesfutbol Ай бұрын
I just want to say I absolutely love your videos! Scientifically accurate asf
@JJ-bh6sk Ай бұрын
Deped please include this in the curriculum. Dili sigeg pangwarta ang huna hunaon 😂
@roselynzoilon274 Ай бұрын
sakto mao gyud hahaha
@mattcloud0414 Ай бұрын
I learned these sa araling panlipunan, just wanted a review
@Princejacob-zp9yx Ай бұрын
waw ansaya mo araling panlipunan lang subject? kaya mo mag gawa ng curriculum? kaya mo? kaya mo ba?
@artesiningart4961 Ай бұрын
🇵🇭 Maráming salámat pára sa videong itó! (Filipino) Muchisimas gracias para [con] este video! (Chavacano Zamboangueño) Thank you so much for this video! (English) I personally call this long period of time as the Prehistory and Ancient History or Ancient and Classical History of the Philippines (without an exact time when ancient history ended and classical history began, but a long and continous period of time and history after prehistory), just to avoid naming, calling, or referring to it as "before Magellan, Pre-Magellan, Pre-Hispanic, Pre-Iberian, Pre-European, and/or Pre-Western or Pre-Westernized", and also to separate it from those other names or terms mentioned above as the Philippines does have its own prehistory and ancient history of its own people who discovered the archipelago, are descendants of these people, and are other people and their descendants from the other parts of the Asia that borders the Indian and Pacific Oceans, and that are not just based on when Magellan and/or other or other later Europeans first set their feet on any of the shores or coasts of any of the islands or islets, or whatnot else, of and that comprise the present-day Philippines. I know that it's challenging for other Filipinos like me to listen, watch, and learn or relearn their prehistory and ancient history from a non-Filipino or from non-Filipinos, or from non-Filipino historian/s, and/or also from non-Philippine historian/s, or from any other professional social scientist/s and/or humanities scholar/s, or even from any professional at all in these fields and/or it's allied fields, whether from historians, other social scientists and/or humanities scholars, teachers, instructors, educators, professors, lecturers, researchers, other scholars, and the like, as some Filipinos also do or may have their own family, clan, community, ethnic or ethnolinguistic, group, organizational, local, provincial, regional, and/or personal or individual versions, perceptions, interpretations, perspectives, points-of-view, variations, forms, counterparts, tales, beliefs, traditions, telling, retelling, myths, conceptions, stories, and/or narratives of or about Philippine prehistory and history, especially about time period/s which lack the most sources and resources or other, especially primary ones and also most especially from non-outsiders, which are what Philippine prehistory and ancient history are. For me though, it's sometimes a breath of fresh air to consider and to listen to Philippine prehistory and history from a non-Filipino or from non-Filipinos, or from non-Filipino historian/s, and/or also from non-Philippine historian/s, or from any other professional social scientist/s and/or humanities scholar/s, or even from any professional at all in these fields and/or it's allied fields, because if they always just come from us Filipinos, our own prehistory and history can and may be written and told in an order and/or with happenings or events, people or individuals, dates or times, details, etc. that are in general or overall biased for and/or against one or the other, all within the complex influences, existence, dynamics, interconnections, interrelationships, and interdependence of politics, classes, ethnicities or ethnic or ethnolinguistic groups, cultural groups or communities, languages and translations, sex, gender, levels of educational attainment, educational backgrounds, access to quality education, access to technology, access to information, right to education, educational systems and curricula, daily and/or monthly incomes of people, professions, beliefs, belief systems, religions, worldviews, ideologies, connections, relationships, power, etc. of Filipinos and non-Filipinos in or within the Philippines and of Filipinos outside or beyond the Philippines. Altough we can't get rid of biases for and/or against one or the other in the writing and telling of any prehistory and history, whether if it is in or within the Philippines or outside or beyond, whether if it's among Filipinos, with Filipinos, with non-Filipinos, or among non-Filipinos, which also includes this video, among other sources and resources, primary, secondary, or whatnot else, but listening, watching, and learning or relearning Philippine or even any other places' prehistory and/or history, or even that of the entire globe or world, from different versions, perceptions, perspectives, points-of-view, variations, forms, counterparts, tales, beliefs, traditions, telling, retelling, myths, conceptions, stories, and/or narratives are what helps me personally and individually to have enough or even more information and education about them, to weigh them, look at their pros and cons, spot for their biases, also spot for and be aware of my own personal and individual biases about Philippine or even any other places' prehistory and/or history, or even that of the entire globe or world, and then make up my mind and choose or decide which among them should I allow or let my self to learn and be educated or to learn more and be educated more, or to develop, build, or have my own personal and individual version/s, perception/s, perspective/s, point/s-of-view, variation/s, form/s, counterpart/s, tale/s, belief/s, tradition/s, telling, retelling, myth/s, conception/s, story/ies, and/or narrative/s of Philippine or even any other places' prehistory and history, or even that of the entire globe or world, from all of the other people that I communicated, listened, watched or viewed, and/or read from in my life, whether they're Filipinos themselves or non-Filipinos. In the end, no one is sure, exact, nor accurate of and on what really happened in the past, but we can only unfortunately rely on whatever multitude to just limited and rare sources and resources we had, we have, we can have, and/or we will have, or even we will ever have. After all, the past is different with history and the prehistory that comes before it. Thank you for this informative and educational animated video, for I am relearning things I already knew, I am learning new things I didn't know before, and there are some things in the video that made me go, "Hmm...I know that's inaccurate, mistaken, or wrong. I think that's inaccurate, mistaken, or wrong. I am not sure with that one. I don't know with that one. I don't have knowledge, expertise, or specialty with or on that one. Hmm...interesting!" about my own country and nation-state.
@theawesomeman9821 Ай бұрын
This was informative. All I ever learned about the Philippines, if we ever did in school, was that Magellan discovered it and conquered it for Spain. Then after a few centuries, America took it from Spain. Who later fought Japan over the Philippines then granted the Philippines independence.
@nildabanawa2811 Ай бұрын
thanks for featuring Philippine history. ❤❤❤
@MrNeilcatorce Ай бұрын
I've read some articles that Datu Lapu-Lapu was acting like a pirate and attacking Rajah Humabon's traders that is they became an enemy. and Lapu-Lapu was just saving himself against attacking Spanish under the command of Magellan in behalf of Humabon's wish to arrest Lapu-lapu. and since Lapu-Lapu killed magellan he became a Hero of the Philippines. Lapu-lapu didnt do it for the Luzon-Visayas-Mindanao.
@pbxn-3rdx-85percent Ай бұрын
Business rivalry. Mafia wars 1521 Lapu-Lapu Syndicate vs. Humabon Transport Co. 😄😂
@zachzoldyck1796 Ай бұрын
@dogukakugi Ай бұрын
Yes, Lapu-Lapu indeed resorted to piracy, raiding trade ships and nearby villages, which is why Datu Humabon urged Magellan to confront him in exchange for supplies.
@nilodelmundo Ай бұрын
Basically he was used as a propaganda figure it's common here in the Philippines for instance the national hero (Rizal) didn't really want a revolution in fact wanted the Philippines to be recognized as a official Spanish or American state.
@carmelitotanael6183 Ай бұрын
so lapu lapu was not a hero but a bandit, contrary to what is taught in schools
@nate4003 Ай бұрын
Negrito groups were the first inhabitants to settle in the prehistoric Philippines.
@JonDoe-mz4dx Ай бұрын
Yea . But once it's past 5000 years. They're both Native and they overlap into each other.
@JonDoe-mz4dx Ай бұрын
The Inuit aren't less native than Amerindians. Amerindians are a 25,000 year old migration, Inuit are only 5,000 . But they both kept their languages until 2024. So they're both native as hell. As did the Austronesian speakers of the Philippines. So they're equally Indigenous to where they're from as Indians are to America. Period . And they have the same history of Spanish, Mexican, and American colonization of their Indigenous lands and kept their Indigenous languages throughout all of that. Indigenous Filipinos (and to a lesser extent: Hawaiians) are the only people in the world with the same relationship to colonialism as American Indians.
@reybasadre7025 Ай бұрын
Negrito means small Negro. Probably a subset of African tribe people.
@neildegracia5263 Ай бұрын
My ancestors are negritos and austronesians
@nate4003 Ай бұрын
​@@neildegracia5263 Thats awesome bro! i visited my fiancee family in mindanao. Their village is deep in the mountains and they are from an indigenous tribe. You can see a the Negrito in these people very clearly.
@ChesterInChina Ай бұрын
I'm from Lapu Lapu City and very thankful for the knowledge about Lapu Lapu. And by the way my favorite fish is Lapu lapu. I love escabeche lapu lapu, grilled lapu lapu and tinolang lapu lapu. Also kilawin Na lapu lapu. I also like kulafu which sounds like lapu lapu.
@coleslaw7evencommented10ye2 28 күн бұрын
we're warriors in the visayas. this has more information, than school in the philippines has taught. wow. whoever made this video and did the research, im wholeheartedly thankful.
@rafper4183 Ай бұрын
Amazing history where did get that knowledge of the past and history..Interesting👍👍👍
@southeastasiandna7578 Ай бұрын
Yes our ancestor is Taiwanese aborigines not indonesians or malays this will contradict to what they teach to our school which our ancestors are malays.The migration patterns is from north to south which means from Taiwan to Indonesia and Malaysia not the other way around.
@rufinobangcaya9973 Ай бұрын
Even Malays were tawainese. .😅😅. .but most settlers didn't came from Taiwan directly, most of us came from the Malays. .the 10 datus of Borneo sailed unto the Panay island of what this video call as madja-as together with their people. .they bought that island from the aetas, then the aetas migrate into the mountains. .modern people dont know that. .
@yhumicamasis4854 Ай бұрын
you don't get what malays is.
@DaveChuaa Ай бұрын
@@rufinobangcaya9973Filipinos especially those in North have purer Austronesian genetics than most Malays and Indonesian. Artifacts found in North are also much older than those found in South. Philippine language is also the closest to old Austronesian language together with Taiwanese natives. Most evidence says that migration indeed started from North to South, not the other way around.
@asmrjackunboxinggames4328 Ай бұрын
I would never ever believe that lies... That theory from Taiwan is the worst I have ever heard
@southeastasiandna7578 Ай бұрын
@@asmrjackunboxinggames4328 brother, did you search in google or read some books about geneology? If not here some link i knew. This is an American web site. Also if you knew the Channel called Masaman you can watch it there he specializing about dna and civilization origin.
@CARL_093 Ай бұрын
good job kudos to the video creator Knowledgia
@BuzzSargent 25 күн бұрын
That was very interesting. Good job, well told. Happy Trails from Florida
@kaelmolo1432 Ай бұрын
The social castes described here are exclusive to the tagalog regions. In the visayas we have the three-class social structure: Tumao (nobility), Timawa (warrior class akin to the Japanese samurai) and Uripon (slaves, commoners, servants). The PH isn't just tagalog.
@jansSanduz Ай бұрын
The reason why Homabon welcomed the Spaniards was simply because of his jealousy towards Lapu-lapu. Before the Spaniards arrived, Lapu-lapu was already exiled by Rajah Homabon to the island of Mactan where almost no plants can grow abundantly because of the nature of the rocky island. You see, Homabon was a short stocky person just about 5ft in height Rajah while Lapu-lapu was a strong muscular tall chieftain (rank general nowadays) who has absolute control and command to his people. It also humored that even the most beautiful wife Juana of the Raj homabon cannot even hide her eyes on Lapu-lapu when he passes by. Lapu-lapu was a great commander who was loved by the people of Cebu, the Rajah cannot kill Lapu-lapu for it will only spark a civil war amongst his people. So when Magellan came, he thought it was a wise decision to be friends of newcomers and even prepared the biggest welcome festival for the guests, even willingness to convert his religion just to prove his intentions. (Which was considered taboo during that time). The Spaniards didn't include this narrative because they are hiding the fact that Magellan died because he was tricked by Homabon.
@mmcquay73 2 күн бұрын
This is an awesome Historical account of the Philippines. Thank you!
@ColoniaMurder20 Ай бұрын
origin of Austronesian people somewhere in Southern China.. and started migrated in Maritime Southeast Asia during Han Chinese conquest against ancient people in Southern China.. it was well known in chinese history as "Hundred Yue" in english term is "Hundred Barbarians". indigenous people in the Philippines were Negrito people with their curly hair and dark skin.
@KimJongUnGamingAndVlogging Ай бұрын
The map of Tondo is unfortunately wrong and exaggerated. This has been a common myth that kept circulating on and on. In reality they only occupied even less than what is modern-day Tondo. They were rich though. But they were only a mere city state. Please fix this mistake, even Wikipedia doesn't say there was a giant empire called Tondo let alone academic sources. Look it up. Map aside, the research done here is good. Its mostly only the map that has the issue. In KZbin we can see many people repeat the same mistake over and over so its best for us to avoid it
@SeanSkalak-kk9iy Ай бұрын
It’s so hard to take you seriously with that profile picture
@jaysonagapito8663 Ай бұрын
Ang hangganan Po yata Ng Tondo ay Sa ilog Pasig, hindi din naisama Ang Namayan sa video na ito.
@youcantalwaysgetwhatyouwan6687 Ай бұрын
Porket Maliit lang ang Tondo ngayon hindi ibig sabihin na maliit rin ang Tondo dati.
@JF-rh5vq Ай бұрын
aw man
@youcantalwaysgetwhatyouwan6687 Ай бұрын
If Kingdom of Tondo is much smaller or much as small as modern Tondo. How come its leader was mentioned in Laguna Copperplate?
@josephramos9984 28 күн бұрын
Thanks for this.
@PhilippinesWalkingTour 25 күн бұрын
I am a new subscriber on your channel. Great video content here!
@Channel-jq4fw Ай бұрын
Hispanista would always say there aren't any civilizations in Philippines before Spanish empire , but they were wrong from the start.
@141Travish Ай бұрын
Just like they did in America, well, at least they didn't wipe out all the natives in Philippines just like they did in America.
@yashagrawal88 Ай бұрын
​@@141Travish No, all the natives in America were not wiped out.
@141Travish Ай бұрын
@@yashagrawal88 you put them in reservations (concentration camp) mostly barrens land, cut their access to farm lands, jobs, education, health care and politics, that's systemic genocide.
@iasked9392 Ай бұрын
​​@@yashagrawal88i think you misunderstand. The americans are the one who committed genocide and massacred to the philippine natives.
@iasked9392 Ай бұрын
from the notes of that one guy with magellan, he detailed the traditions and customs of natives. It implies that we have a civilization. The imperial americans actually were the ones who perpetuated the idea that we are uncivilized.
@jaysonagapito8663 Ай бұрын
Thank you very much for this video... Love from the archipelago (they called the Philippines)
@grapesofwrath1984 Ай бұрын
What do they call it now?
@genesisortizpaez 26 күн бұрын
I want to see a continuation of this video. I hope the creator will indicate his source and references. I liked this. It gave me additional information about the Philippines.
@robertclarkson6064 Ай бұрын
Thank you 👍👍👍
@fisherdoing9472 Ай бұрын
Thank you🎉
@belajarsaham3273 Ай бұрын
3:24 Laguna cooperplate also prove the connection between philiphines and medang kingdom in java indonesia.
@Sarah_Delacruz_ 8 күн бұрын
Love you knowledgia ❤❤
@Sarah_Delacruz_ 8 күн бұрын
@AngkatanNamwaran 23 күн бұрын
This is much better than the older video that you made about Philippine history, but there are still inaccuracies.
@patsarmiento5986 Ай бұрын
Native Filipinos has 4 decades to prepare for Spanish next conquest but failed to unite their small kingdoms against common foreign enemy 😢
@user-tv4ih2kq6r 15 күн бұрын
To be fair the concept of "Filipino" only came to be when Spain already invaded. It was never a single entity, nor of that particular interest.
@giljesusseraspe9225 Ай бұрын
If those spaniards stayed in Cebu and didn't move to luzon, they would have been totally anihalted. But thanks to the people of luzon kissed their arse and that's were they get to position themselves and ruled the people. As a Cebuano, we won't allow that.
@daxaq7888 Ай бұрын
Why do Cebuanos love dragging Tagalog and Luzon people so much. Please, address your insecurities. Regionalism will just cause more harm than good. Thank you.
@rodlapuz4891 Ай бұрын
​@@daxaq7888 you are so right.
@iasked9392 Ай бұрын
​@@daxaq7888that ironic considering 'bisaya' is a degatory term in manila.
@daxaq7888 Ай бұрын
@@iasked9392 i know na sobra din namang mang discriminate ang mga Tagalog pero it's more of due to ignorance. Meanwhile, Cebuanos and Bisaya in general are deliberately dragging Tagalog people and would always involve the more than 60 million people of Luzon na hindi naman lahat ay Tagalog or taga Manila. Kahit kaming mga taga luzon na hindi Tagalog ay nadidiscriminate din ng mga Tagalog/Manileños. Pero hindi namin ginawang personality ang siraan ang mga Tagalog at mga Taga Manila whenever we have the chance. Kalat na kalat kasi ito sa social media. Basta may makita akong Tagalog-Bisaya na post laging may bitterness ang mga Bisaya at idadamay na nila ang buong Luzon. Valid namin ang nararamdan niyo/natin na maoffend sa mga pangdidiscriminate ng mga taga Manila, pero ibang level kasi yung insecurities talaga ng mga Bisaya, borderline hatred na kasi. Yun lang naman napapansin ko. Pero, personally, I love the Bisaya language. And I find their accent cute.
@user-mn4eo5gr4g Ай бұрын
LOl. I love this thread. Tagalog clan has already been gone.
@NoMindPureHeart 21 күн бұрын
Amazing! Documentary!
@Sarah_Delacruz_ 8 күн бұрын
Thanks for doing history of the Philippines ❤❤
@Sarah_Delacruz_ 8 күн бұрын
@dantankunfiveancestorsfist Ай бұрын
The crazy part is how today's some Pilipino historians tends misrepresent Lapu Lapu as the first Filipino to resist the Spaniards neglecting the fact that Lapu is not a Filipino in fact his tribe was in conflict against the Cebuanos. It should be noted that Lapu Lapu was the Mactanian that resisted the Spaniards. The first Filipinos that resisted the Spaniards would be after Spain has officially claim and name the archipelago the Philippines.
@user-wc4ei3zu1k Ай бұрын
When the "coward", Lapu massacred Magellan and his small boat of explorers, it incited Spain. That is why Spain sent r for real soldiers to avenge the cowardly massacre of Magellan, the explorer. What resulted was the the development of a united country and the end of Muslim control.
@dantankunfiveancestorsfist Ай бұрын
@@user-wc4ei3zu1k Lapu Lapu was no coward he just refused to submit to the Cebuanos in spite of the Cebuanos having a new ally the Spaniards. It was more of arrogance and over confidence of Magellan thinking that their cannons, muskets and steel swords would be enough to scare the Mactanians to surrender.
@user-wc4ei3zu1k Ай бұрын
Maybe over confident but certainly on Magellan's part. He came to "trade", not to fight. He was an "explorer" . Like Marco Polo. @@dantankunfiveancestorsfist
@user-wc4ei3zu1k Ай бұрын
Yes, thank goodness and thank you.@cuddles1767
@dilaleo1855 Ай бұрын
​@@user-wc4ei3zu1kHe came to conquer and deceive
@locallycharmed4431 Ай бұрын
Was surprised on the similarities of our language (Bisaya) when I went to Bali, Indonesia. Eg. "Usa, duha, tulo, etc." which means "one, two, three, etc." I'm from the Philipines btw.
@imdark4975 Ай бұрын
Because of the Austronesians.
@dimensionninja4929 Ай бұрын
they're from the austronesian family tree
@mr.freeze3889 Ай бұрын
New Zealand has similar sounds for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 to Tagalog and they live at the edge of the world!
@therealrayster 27 күн бұрын
Same thing here, I just traveled to Bali a few days ago.
@OptimusPrime_1985 Ай бұрын
4:15 Aliping Sagigilid at Aliping Namamahay or Stay out and Stay in Helper in Modern version✌️😊
@venussandiego8425 26 күн бұрын
Wonderful knowledge! This was never taught in my school days History started from Lapu Lapu killing Magellan Very interesting Thank you for the research and presenting this!
@seanballais Ай бұрын
The video, unfortunately, has an error. It did not mention that Magellan arrived in Cebu before they pushed for Mactan, as well their travel to Limasawa Island.
@reddirtmoto4841 Ай бұрын
They arrived in Mactan first before going to Mandaue in mainland Cebu. Magellan battled Lapulapu initially, but they losing so they retreated to another island. Prior to landing in Mandaue, Magellan ordered a reconnaissance of the island. There, he learned about the chieftain, who is Humabon. Then he befriended Humabon by sending gifts thru his emissary.
@seanballais Ай бұрын
@@reddirtmoto4841 They arrived in Cebu first. There was only **one** battle in Mactan.
@JadeMythriil Ай бұрын
Just a note Datus are actually pronounce "Da-twos" because the singular word is called Datu.
@guillerhonora717 Ай бұрын
Same pronounced
@DranDion Ай бұрын
wow! kudos to you sir!
@user-wo1mx2sx5n 22 күн бұрын
thanks for featuring Philippine history.
@deepblue3682 Ай бұрын
Love from india😊..
@history1982 Ай бұрын
Why bro? Every filipino literally hate India and Indians. We don't need to show any love towards them.
@sal1500 Ай бұрын
​@@history1982I am Muslim Filipino and I don't hate Indians. The only thing that we hate in this world are the bad, criminal people exterminating peace.
@superyamky Ай бұрын
Love the philippines🇵🇭✝️❤
@sal1500 Ай бұрын
✝️🤝☪️ Love from the Philippines
@Nikolas_PH Ай бұрын
​​@@sal1500 Inshallah to you, from a Trad-Catholic✝️💙☪️
@nekiboyou636 Ай бұрын
We are the laughingstock of the world
@@nekiboyou636 Everyone except China loves the Philippines.
@Edgar_Ramirez471 Ай бұрын
​@@nekiboyou636 only you The Philippines and China are the Kings of Asia
@MariamiKutchadze Ай бұрын
It was very interesting 🌹🙂‍↕️
Love to the Philippines from America!
@tsugtsug9843 Ай бұрын
Passport bro 😂😂😂😂😂left over of your country?
@MCorpReview Ай бұрын
Champa is in south Vietnam, it’s not Indonesian 😂
@rods6405 Ай бұрын
Yes correct
@erwinellis7004 Ай бұрын
it’s hard to accept stated facts here. it actually raised more questions than digestible facts. witten history of the Philippines is practcally absent, with just some severely fragmented information and details that makes it seem like a legend or fiction
@denzMg Ай бұрын
The Spaniards burned or destroyed them.
@daxaq7888 Ай бұрын
Have you listened to the video. It said that the written history of the Philippines was from neighboring countries.
@pbxn-3rdx-85percent Ай бұрын
Most complete and verified history of the Philippines was already discussed in the 1977 lectures of the esteemed Prof. Yoyoy Villame 😂🤣🤣
@lucianos3107 14 күн бұрын
The Spaniards wiped out almost all the documents and records of the different kingdoms in the Philippines when they conquered the islands. They literally destroyed the existing culture.
@vireshsaluja Ай бұрын
Amazing Video, Want Video After 1521
@JadaDesiree 10 күн бұрын
Amazing video thank you so much! 🩵I’ve been reading as many books I can find about precolonial Philippines but there’s only so much books and the internet articles in the US can tell me! I hope one day to visit the for the first time and see the laguna copperplate inscription!
@duck1ente Ай бұрын
Bisaya pirates went hard 🔥😭🙏
@user-vo1fg3mu4s Ай бұрын
basically visaya are nightmares of seas in south china land.
@hexebarya7395 Ай бұрын
​@@user-vo1fg3mu4sup untill nowadays many are thieves and robberry holdup group members
@Anonymousa69 Ай бұрын
Guam, Hawaii and the Marianas was once the great pacific empire of the sultans of the Philippines. But when Spain arrived it was the end of the old history and the old ways died out.
@nightking6760 Ай бұрын
@gammaliol Ай бұрын
lol in your dreams
@duck1ente Ай бұрын
tallano bold moment 💀
@youcantalwaysgetwhatyouwan6687 Ай бұрын
Tallano Fictions
@Surya-fc1vf Ай бұрын
You forgot to include planet Mars 😂
@bahmat 26 күн бұрын
This is the kind of subject that needs to be taught more in school. Understanding what we used to do before being subjugated by the Spanish is extremely fascinating.
@Justcallitaday 26 күн бұрын
that was awesome!
@D1NOnly1300 Ай бұрын
Am I the only one here that thinks that the Philippines is shaped like the British Isles? With Luzon as Scotland, Visayas and Mindanao as England, and Palawan as Ireland?
@vincenttt8289 Ай бұрын
I always thought of the Philippines as a malnourished UK
@guywithmanyname5247 Ай бұрын
Look at indonisia sideways it looks like the phillipines
@robertojrantonio3443 Ай бұрын
The Igorots are the Scots but wearing a more revealing kilt
@rizkyadiyanto7922 Ай бұрын
ireland is the borneo island, divided into 3 countries.
@Benito-lr8mz Ай бұрын
Its possibly in fact the U.K is a some littel country 250.000 km2 front 300.000 of Phillipines
@asmrjackunboxinggames4328 Ай бұрын
PROUD of PANAY ISLAND.. We never ever had an Islamic Influence. Always Polytheistic Animism with Hindu-Buddhist influences to Roman Catholicism still today hybrid with polytheistic-animist beliefs. We have ZERO ISLAMIC INFLUENCE that's why people of PANAY are always Peaceful and Kind with Festive Spirit and Vibrant Culture.
@halfevilhalfgood2206 Ай бұрын
They resist the Islamic invaders so many times.
@justice_crash2521 Ай бұрын
My visayan brother
@buckeyeadventures1631 Ай бұрын
Visayas has always stood out as an independent group of people...
@justice_crash2521 Ай бұрын
@@buckeyeadventures1631 yes sir, search about visayan confederacy
@lapulapupintado2892 Ай бұрын
👆Central Visayas, Western Visayas & Eastern Visayas were never Sultanate Islam Kingdoms. That's why the Spanish called the Visayans "PINTADOS" ( Tattooed ). Tattooing/Tattooes in Islam is "Haram" ( Forbidden ). Visayans were "ANIMISTS" even Antonio Pigafetta noted this in his chronicle/diary/book.
@aldebaran_ Ай бұрын
This was interesting to watch as an adult. Of course, we all learned these stuff in elementary school but that was decades ago for me
@AbdulnasirJuhaili-vz7iy Ай бұрын
Good job
@leexingha Ай бұрын
as a Chinese, its my first time knowing that one of our dynasty established a governor state in the PH to oversee trade. even though we are known to be the one of the oldest & largest civilization on Asia, we never colonized foreign countries unlike the wests. yet it saddens me, today, that people under western sphere of influence see our country as the one who will colonize more than those who have colonizing records like US or Japan. so be it...
@youcantalwaysgetwhatyouwan6687 Ай бұрын
Ancient Filipino kingdoms and Chinese Dynasties are friends. Both countries are still friends as long territorial disputes are not put into the context Chinese have a huge influence in Filipino culture and nearly 30% of Filipinos have atleast a little Chinese blood along with 1.5,% purely Chinese
@lmnop286 Ай бұрын
I mean you did with the Tibet, Uyghurstan, and Inner Mongolia.
@leexingha Ай бұрын
@@lmnop286 watever serves ur plate
@lmnop286 Ай бұрын
@@leexingha Truth hurts.
@jpmas124 Ай бұрын
Maybe the philippines and china will be friends again when the chinese people are freed from the chinese communist party
@bentnickel7487 Ай бұрын
If you're new to the Philippines don't rely on this computer generated voice to enunciate Tagalog words properly.
@TheAlgomalo 24 күн бұрын
Fascinating subject matter but the presentation and narration are a dealbreaker.
@djthomaskub Ай бұрын
Woah, that is why a girl I knew from Sabah (North of Malaysia, beside Sulu) has a very distinctive dialect to our tagalog, visayas and mindanao dialects
@krakenwindzstorm961 Ай бұрын
Lol they forgot that the ATI tribes live here first. Before they were almost eliminated by most of our ancestors who stole these lands. A lot of them flee towards the mountains and hide from the tyranny of malay folks. Sad but thats one of our history hidden truths. We like to play the victim which at some point we did but The Ati have been pushed way too much. Even these days they dont have the sam privilege like most of us do. Yes before spain most of our ancestors are the first invaders.
@JonDoe-mz4dx Ай бұрын
I don't think a pre historic conflict counts buddy. Yes I'm sure there were pre-colonial inter-tribal conflicts as there were globally, but if the Negrito culture was 10,000+ years old and the Austronesian culture was 5,000 years old. They're still speaking Indigenous languages for 5000 years before Spaniards, Mexicans and Americans imposed something else. So they're as Indigenous as each other, just different.
@JonDoe-mz4dx Ай бұрын
So both the Austronesian culture and Negrito culture are Indigenous, they also overlap.
@JonDoe-mz4dx Ай бұрын
What's not Indigenous is Hispanic and Angliic culture.
@GatDagohoy Ай бұрын
If anyone's wondering how's Tondo doing now, its definitely not the great power it once was💀...
@rizkyadiyanto7922 Ай бұрын
its the contrary. philipine people are stronger now because theyre united, instead of fighting each other.
@GatDagohoy Ай бұрын
@rizkyadiyanto7922 Stronger in what way? This country is doing so bad in all aspects. We might as well go back to being separate confederations/countries like it was during pre colonial times.
@lapulapupintado2892 Ай бұрын
@@GatDagohoy Exactly correct💯%
@TimeTraveler691 Ай бұрын
magnificent history
@hardwing Ай бұрын
Such a rich history!
@iamleoooo Ай бұрын
Love Philippines from Indonesia 🇮🇩 Also, our FIFA ranking has become higher than yours 😂
@levydondoyano7715 Ай бұрын
Who cares, we only care about Basketball 😂❤️
@ThorNado24 Ай бұрын
@@levydondoyano7715 Azkal relies on foreign talent because of basketball.
@DarkR0ze Ай бұрын
@@ThorNado24 nope, all Filipino talents are Filipino-blood or naturalized
@ThorNado24 Ай бұрын
@@DarkR0ze Foreign talent means, they were raised and lived outside the Philippines before being recruited in the team. Local recruits are not that good. Winning players are already retired hence the decline of the team.
@jrexx2841 Ай бұрын
Philippines 139 Indonesia 142 Not yet 😂
@Ai-vq8rj Ай бұрын
During the Spanish landing at Manila, the leaders of Manila and Tondo were Grandsons of the Sultan of Brunei. After the invasion of Manila these leaders became freemen and continue as leaders of the people of Manila. But after several generations the heir of these local leaders staged a rebellion to the Spanish authorities. They were executed and their heredetary leadership abolished.
@Ai-vq8rj Ай бұрын
@cuddles1767 thats not a folklore. Its recorded in the invaders logbooks. You can read it in Spains museums and library. It is also in the history of the City of Manila. The city of Manila still using the city seal given to them by the Spanish empire. The city of Manila has the list of all its rulers and city mayors since the founding of the city by the Spaniards. You can even trace the descendants of the early rulers of Manila. Some of them are politicians until these day. What happen is The descendants of these Minila rulers Married some of the Spaniards. One of descendants married the grandson of the Spanish governor. Those mixed race are called Mestizos and held some positions in the colonial governments. One of these mestizo was the great grandson of the early Manila ruler and also a grandson of a former Spanish Governor General in the Philippines. They revolt because of excessive tax. These royal descents actually act as Mayor or governor of Manila. He was executed together with the other conspirator and their previledge was abolished. The government instead appointed mayors that are loyal to the Spanish. And you are wrong that early Filipinos dont have a writing system. They do have a writing system called Alibata. The Spaniards even published a dictionary and grammar book of these writing system and the different languages in the Philippines. Even during the Philippine revolution people are still using the Alibata writing system. The use of it was declining because Spain imposed a public education system based on Spanish language and writings. FYI Philippines already has a Public Education system even before the US was founded.
@reneabrea4123 Ай бұрын
I ask you how can Spanish by that time when they captured Kingdom of tondo or manila? How many Spanish ships with soldiers on it? As big as a US aircraft carrier with 7000 men heavily armed? 🤣🤣🤣🤣with thousand of muslim as claimed warriors? IMPOSSIBLE.. Muslims wanted to exaggerate that they are overwhelmed..paawa or pa victim effect.. propaganda..😂😂😂😂
@redamaryllisflower3898 Ай бұрын
it saddens me that so much of our history was lost
@icegotbleed4869 Ай бұрын
I love this channel. Hi from biringan😊
@Knowledgia Ай бұрын
Hi! Thank you so much 😀
@richardunica3542 Ай бұрын
@@Knowledgia dig deeper about eskaya tribe in bohol, philippines.they said there ancestors built king solomon temple
@JesusOrDestruction Ай бұрын
Philippines 🇵🇭 ✝️❤️
@reybladen3068 Ай бұрын
Tondo is just a small settlement. Even though weakers settlements were under their influence, those settlements were still independent and had their own laws.
@KatsudonArt 25 күн бұрын
I sincerely hope all of what is said here is proven facts. I'm Filipino, 32 years living in PH since birth and I haven't learn much from our own history class before the Spaniards came. Thank you for this!
@paul5475 Ай бұрын
Finally a history of Ore Historic Philippines! Lets go.
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