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Pagaalsa ni raha lakandula?
Ang pag-aalsa ni raha sulayman sa pananakop ng mga Espanyol ay nagdulot ng labanan. Nang magtagumpay ang mga espanyol ay bumalik sila sa panay ngunit nagbalik din lang ang mga Espanyol upang tuluyang sakupin ang Maynila. Itong muling pananakop ay Hindi naging madugo tulad noong una dahil napakiusapan ni lakandula si sulayman na tanggapin na ang pamamahala ng mga espanyol.KAYAT HINDI SI LAKANDULA ANG NAG-ALSA KUNDI SI SULAYMAN.
Karagdagang Kaalaman Tinulungan ni Lakadula si Martin de Goiti(si Goiti ang namuno sa pananakop ng Maynila)na sakupin ang Luzon......
Karagdagang Kaalaman Tinulungan ni Lakadula si Martin de Goiti(si Goiti ang namuno sa pananakop ng Maynila)na sakupin ang Luzon......
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Looks of Lakan Dula & his Descendants The appearance of Lakan Dula, can be described through the standard methods that well known historians around the world usually resort t…o, by describing his known closest descendant, in this case, David Dula y Goiti, and by asking old folks about it. Lakan Dula is taller than the average native of his times, maybe 5'6 to 5'8 in height. He is not very dark, he is "kayumangging kaligatan", which is slightly fairer than the average native. Due to his fondness to the sea and rivers (Tagalog came from Taga - ilog, from the river), he has a dry skin on his legs which appeared to be some sort of "scales", which is like the skin of some Europeans during winter (scally), a characteristics which some of his descendants at present are still carrying. He has a high cheek bone, a protrudding forehead and a nose which is "pugilist" - high, but the bridge is not well pronounced. He has a straight hair, but appears to be a wavy on his slightly longer hair. His eyes is deep set, slightly brown, and not too chinky. His eyebrows are not thick. His teeth are well arranged. He appears to be lanky and not very mascular but he is not overweight. He is a silent type but very passionate. He is extremely bright in mannerisms, and smart and wise in battles. He is a litttle bit hairy on his legs and arms, just enough hair, and has a well shaven and not thick "bigote". Although, commercial artists renditions of his appearance in the postcards sold in popular bookstores in the Philippines illustrates him as clean shaven. His descendants are self sustaining, independent, sometimes secretive and clannish and are turning out to be mestizo looking because they ussually are married to mestiza or pure Chinese or Spanish from generation to generation, a marriage tradition which they are still practicing even today. For instance, if you survey the wives and husbands of the Dulay Clan of Northern Samar, most of them are married to Chinese mestizos and mestizas. One of the examples is Governnor Madeilline Mendoza(who herself is Spanish mestiza looking) and who is a direct descendant of Petre Dulay of Candawid (Kan David, or David Dula y Goiti). She is married to Mayor Hector Ong, brother of Congressman Emil Ong. Another example is the present leader of the Dulay Clan of Marikina who is married to a Chinese mestiza... which explained the fact that the immediate reigning family of the Dulay Clan of Marikina that stays in the clan ancestral house in the poblacion are all chinitos and chinitas. The future generations of the descendants of Lakan Dula may appear to look very different from the description of Lakan Dula as based on the accounts of the earlier descendants. These future descendants, as time passes by, may even look more caucasians and Chinese than natives, due to their tradition of marriage, but they have to look back to the appearance of Lakan Dula as described above, and feel proud that this is the way the archeological native Filipinos look once upon a time.
Raha Humabon - Siya ang namumuno sa Cebu.
Lakandula was the name of the ruler, or king, of the Philippine Kingdom of Tondo. The Spanish abused their power and the Philippine people revolted.
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c raha humabon ay isa sa mga alagad ni Ferdinand Magellan
Si Raja Muda Ay isang nanay. Anak nya si Magellan At bonifacio. anak nmn nya sa labas si Aguinaldo
In Tondo, year 1574, the Lakan dula - led revolt happened. But that is just the tip of the ice berg, because history is crediting Lakan Dula for his foresight in preparing the… homeland for a long protracted battle against Spain. Lakan Dula was born on December 16, 1503 A.D and died on March 21, 1589 A.D. He was the last King of Manila before the kingdom was totally subjugated by the Spaniards and his descendants were forced to do self exile to escape the bloody hispanic persecution by settling in far flung areas within the sea and river routes. It was in Lakan Dula's era when Britain and Spain are rivals for world power. Britain's way is to gain the trust of native royalties all over the world by diplomacy or intermarriages and then group these royalties into federation under its leadership. Spain's way is through conquest and subjugation. Lakan Dula's tall and fair appearance came from his great grand father, who has British blood, a Lord of Manor from Oxfordshire. The birth of Lakan Dula is the early attempt of the British crown to gain the trust of the native Manila aristocracy. It is one of the ways to slowly defeat Spain as the world power of that time. The surname Dula/Dulay therefore came from the British Aristocracy that somehow add color to the pre - hispanic Kingdom of Manila. The Dulay surname is generally thought to derive from a place name, perhaps Pont Doylly, or Duilly in Normandy. Spelling variations of this family name include: Doyley, D'Oyley, Doyle, D'Oyle, Doylee, Doley, Duley, Duly, Duely, Dueley, Ollie, Oyler, Oylie, D'Oyly, Olley, Oulley, Oullie, Ollie, Owley, Oyly, Oilli, Oiley, L'Oyle and many more. First found in Oxfordshire where they held a family seat as Lords of the Manor. After the Battle of Hastings in 1066, William, Duke of Normandy, having prevailed over King Harold, granted most of Britain to his many victorious Barons. It was not uncommon to find a Baron, or a Bishop, with 60 or more Lordships scattered throughout the country. These he gave to his sons, nephews and other junior lines of his family and they became known as under-tenants. They adopted the Norman system of surnames which identified the under-tenant with his holdings so as to distinguish him from the senior stem of the family. After many rebellious wars between his Barons, Duke William, commissioned a census of all England to determine in 1086, settling once and for all, who held which land. He called the census the Domesday Book, indicating that those holders registered would hold the land until the end of time. Hence, conjecturally, the surname is descended from the tenant of the lands of Eynsham held by Columban, a Norman noble as under tenant of the Bishop of Lincoln who was recorded in the Domesday Book census of 1086. His overlord was Robert d'Ouilli. Lakan Dula decided to send his three grand children: David, Dola and Daba to far away lands within the the river and sea routes and provide them with armed followers and household to till the big tract of land. David was given a coconut plantation in Candawid, Isla de Batag , Laoang Islands, Northern Samar. Daba was given a big tract of land in Candaba, Pampanga. Dola was given a big farmland in Candola, San Luis , Pampanga. The world "Kan" means "own" in ancient Tagalog dialect which is similar to the present day Waray dialect , as evidenced by Calatagan jar writings. The strongest and the wealthiest Lakan Dula settlement was in Batag Island , Northern Samar because it is considered the farthest point of defense of the Lakan Dula Kingdom of Manila. The island is the point of entry of the Galleon Trade and other foreign ships going to the port of Manila from the Pacific Ocean. It is also in that area where the Spanish ship repair station was established in Palapag and the Spanish capital of Samar Island in Catubig. Up to now, an old lighthouse guiding the ships from the Pacific Ocean going to the Port of Manila is still standing and functioning at the Isla de Batag, in Laoang Islands, Northern Samar. Most of the relatives of David Dula where able to secure good businesses and gainful employment on these stablishments while secretly planning to overthrow the Spanish government on orders of the Lakan Dula household in Tondo, through David Dula y Goiti of Batag Island in the town of Laoang. In fact, for generations up to now, the Isla de Batag lighthouse is still being run by the members of the Dulay Clan uninterrupted. The Sumoroy Revolt itself is supposed to be the start of a big uprising directed from Tondo, through David Dula y Goiti. The well revolt was however weakened by the deliberate tactical moves of the Spanish authority to transfer the Spanish ship repair facilities in Palapag to Cavite, after sensing that the work force and the sorrounding towns and communities were under the influence of the Lakan Dula household through the duo of Juan Sumuroy, the armed leader and David Dulay, the financier and organization man. Northern Samar is now therefore known in history as where the Sumuroy Rebellion of 1649-1650 led by the Waray hero Juan Ponce Sumuroy and David Dula y Goiti first began. When Sumoroy was executed, one of the trusted co conspirators of Sumuroy and his relative, David Dula y Goiti, sustained the Filipino quest for motherland in a greater vigor. He was however wounded in a battle, was captured and later was executed also in Palapag, Northern Samar by the Spaniards together with his seven key lieutenants. They were accused of masterminding several attacks on Spanish detachments. The place where David came from was named later by the town folks as Candawid (Kan David or owned by David in Waray dialect) in Isla De Batag, Laoang, Northern Samar. Some of David's descendants changed their surnames to Dulay to avoid Spanish prosecutions. Some maintained their surname Dula, which up to these days is the source of minor internal frictions among some descendants of David Dula y Goiti in Laoang, Northern Samar accusing each side as "sigbinan", a native waray folklore which originated in Isla de Batag, which connotes "a family secretly keeping bear-like creatures", which are being fed with all kinds of meat, sometimes, including flesh of dead Spanish Guardia Civil. Several famous Northern Samarenos are tracing their ancestry among the seven co conspirators executed with David Dula y Goiti in Palapag. Northern Samar, which include the great grandfather of Governor Raul Daza. One of the great grandfathers of the Romualdezes of Leyte is also part of the rebel group of Sumoroy and Dulay. The Romualdez will later return in their Manila homeland and won as Mayor of the City of Manila . David Dulay's army was composed of his abled body relatives that came from the household he brought from Tondo. He was originally the financier of the Sumoroy Revolt, due to his wealth and logistical connections from the Lakan Dula coffers in Manila, but he was thrust to the forefront of the armed struggle when his relative, Sumoroy, was executed and nobody can take the leadership position of the revolt except him. Most of the towns where the Batag Island is located are situated along the northern coast facing the San Bernardino Strait. In the late 16th century, the strait was part of the galleon trade route of the Spaniards between Manila and Acapulco. A royal port was established in the cove of Palapag, a town east of the capital, where the trade vessels were repaired by experienced native shipbuilders. In the mid-17th century, many of these Samareños migrated to Cavite after they had been forceably recruited by the Spanish authorities to work at the new shipyard there. The intention is to weaken the armed base of the Sumoroy Revolt by uprooting them to a generally peaceful province Cavite. Many Caviteños may therefore trace their roots to this now sleepy coastal town. But that moved of the Spaniards could be a blunder because the mutiny of the Cavitenos were started through the help of the Lakan Dula descendants who were taken from Palapag Spanish Ship Repair to Cavite. The Palapag Ship Repair was forcibly closed by the Spaniards. The only evidence of its busy maritime past is a tall, lonely stone tower used as a lookout for invading Muslim pirates. The descendants of David Dula y Goiti slowly merged with the community and a lots of them do not even know their ancestry even now. From the historical accounts of the old folks of the clan, notably, the late Candawid Barangay Captain Macario Dulay; David Dulay is a wealthy Tagalog with several wives and children. The children from the first wife carry the surname Dulay to hide them from the Spanish persecutions. The children from the second wife used the surname Dula to reconnect to their Lakan Dula heritage. The children from his other wives used the surnames of their mothers. Some younger children from the first wife settled in Laoang town and made good in arrastre business and another younger brother joined a Spanish shipping crew to Manila and fell in love with a pretty native from Samara, Aringay in the Northern Philippines where they later settled and raise a big family, but their eldest brother remained in Candawid, Isla de Batag, running the coconut plantation with uninterrupted lineage of his first born descendants down to the generation of Petre and Elpidio, until Ceferino who surprisingly decided to go back to their ancestral homeland in Tondo and raised a big family. Later in his life, he uprooted his family in Tondo and together with some relatives, settled in Marikina Valley. They are now known as the Angkan ng Dulay dito sa Lambak ng Marikina. The descendants of Daba and Dola are still being identified. They are found mostly in Pampanga. They are so badly disunited that they are throwing accusations to each side, as traitors or Spanish collaborators. They dont have any identified clan head which makes the situation worst. Understandable, because Daba and Dola are both female, so their descendants must be sporting new surnames now. So, it can be said that the foundation of the uprising in Cavite that culminated in Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo's proclamation of independence in Kawit was hatched in the household of Lakan Dula in Tondo, with the Sumoroy Revolt in the second district of Northern Samar as a major attempt, and onward to the ship ports in Cavite and all the way to the struggle of Aguinaldo. The Tondo (Lakan Dula)- Waray (Sumoroy) - Caviteno (Aguinaldo) triumvirate rebellions contributed a lot in the birth of the Filipino nation. This is the link of Lakan Dula to the birth of the Philippine Republic . From kingdom to republic, Lakan Dula's wisdom and bloodline became the hidden, basic and important fiber in our quest for a homeland.
matalik na kaibigan ni magellan
Raha Humabon ay ang raha ng Cebu sa oras ng Portuguese explorer, Ferdinand Magellan sa pagdating sa Pilipinas sa 1521.  May ay hindi opisyal na tala ng kanyang pagkakar…oon bago ang Espanyol pagdating, ngunit malawak na pagsasalaysay ng Italyano mananaysay Antonio Pigafetta ay ginawa sa Humabon at ang Philippine katutubo mga kingdoms, bago sa Espanyol kolonisasyon. Walang opisyal na talaan sa mga pinagmulan ng raha Humabon bago sa pagdating ng Magellan. Isa ng ito katutubong hari ay Sri Lumay, isang katutubong mula sa Sumatra, na husay sa ang Visayas, at ay ilang mga anak. Isa ng kanyang mga anak na lalaki ay Sri Alho, na pinasiyahan ng isang lupa na kilala bilang Sialo na kasama sa kasalukuyan-araw na mga bayan ng Carcar at Santander sa katimugang rehiyon ng Cebu. Sri Ukob ay pinasiyahan ng isang kaharian na kilala bilang Nahalin sa north na kasama sa kasalukuyan-araw na mga bayan ng Consolación, Liloan, Compostela, Danao, Carmen at Bantayan. Siya ang namatay sa labanan, labanan sa panlipi group na kilala bilang magalos mula sa Mindanao.  Ang bunso ng kanyang mga anak ay Sri Bantug na pinasiyahan ng isang kaharian na kilala bilang Singhapala (ng isang pagkakaiba-iba ng ang kahulugan ng Sanskrit Singha-Pura Lungsod ng ang Lion, ang parehong root para sa pangalan ng Singapore), sa isang rehiyon na kung saan ay ngayon bahagi ng Cebu City , na namatay ng sakit at nagtagumpay sa pamamagitan ng kanyang anak na lalaki sa Sri Hamabar, na kilala rin bilang raha Humabon. Sri Bantug ay isang kapatid na tinatawag na Sri parang, ang malata, ngunit hindi sumasaklaw sa kanyang kaharian dahil sa kanyang kahinaan. Sri parang kamay ang kanyang trono sa kanyang pamangkin Humabon bilang rehente at naging raha (hari) ng Cebu. Sri parang, malata, din ay isang batang anak na lalaki, Sri Tupas, na kilala rin bilang raha Tupas na nagtagumpay raha Humabon bilang hari ng Cebu.  Ang parirala Cata Raya Chita ay dokumentado sa pamamagitan ng mananaysay Antonio Pigafetta ng isang babala sa Malay wika, mula sa isang merchant ang raha.Sumusunod Pigafetta ng tatak, parirala ay Creole Malay para sa "Kata-katanya adalah Raya cita-cita". (Kata (salita), Raya (mahusay, pangunahing, malaki), cita-cita (ambisyoso) "), o" Ano ang sinasabi nila ay pangunahing ambisyoso ". Ang interpretasyon isa pang ay na parirala na ito ay na ng Kota Raya kita, isang katutubo Lumang Malay parirala ng mga negosyante sa ilalim ng kapangyarihan ng Humabon ng raha, gamit ng kahulugan sa Ingles ng: "namin ng malaking tanggulan": Kota (tanggulan), Raya ( raha, hari, mahusay na), kita (namin). Ang pulong sa pagitan ng raha Humabon at Enrique ng Malaka, ang alipin na kasama ng Magellan sa paglalayag, ang katibayan ng pagkakaroon ng Lumang Malay na ang katutubong wika na ginagamit sa Pilipinas, dokumentado sa pamamagitan ng Antonio Pigafetta at Espanyol explorer Miguel López de Legazpi. Ayon sa mga Espanyol at Philippine makasaysayang mga account, Humabon ng raha ay ang unang katutubo king ng Pilipinas na-convert sa Kristiyanismo, pagkatapos niya, ang kanyang mga wives at ang mga tao ng Cebu ay mabautismuhan sa pamamagitan ng Magellan sa pari. Humabon ay pinangalanang Carlos sa karangalan ng hari Charles I ng Espanya, habang ang kanyang punong-guro asawa Hara Amihan ay pinangalanang Juana, pagkatapos ng hari Charles ina, Johanna. Siya rin gumawa ng dugo compact sa Magellan, bilang isang mag-sign ng pagkakaibigan. Ayon sa Pigafetta, ito ay Humabon na hiniling Magellan upang patayin ang kanyang mga karibal Datu Lapu Lapu, ang Datu (puno) ng malapit Mactan isla. Humabon ng conversion sa Kristiyanismo gayunpaman, ay nagkaroon ng isang masama epekto ng nagpapahintulot sa mga Espanyol upang makontrol ang Humabon at ang kanyang mga tao. Pagkatapos ng away at di-unawa na erupted sa pagitan ng mga Espanyol at ang mga Cebuanos, Humabon ng raha at ang kanyang mga Warriors plotted sa lason ang mga natitirang mga Espanyol na sundalo sa Cebu pagkatapos ng kamatayan ng Magellan sa Labanan ng Mactan.
Do Raha was created in 1971.