Friday, June 3, 2011

Reliable ways on how to Kill Monsters in the Philippines (Aswang)

There are many different real stories that happens in the Philippines in dealing with different ghouls and monsters. Killing these monsters are very difficult, one is they always escape very fast, second they real leave traces behind and third they leave the town where they live if they are failed with their target victim.
But there are many ways to let them get far from you are or save you from any possible attacks.
Fear of the aswang leads many to seek means of warding them off. Rural folk believe that burnt animal horns drive away aswang; that a sharpened bamboo called bagacay protects a sick person from the aswang's attentions. Aswang are also afraid of bullets, bolos, feathers and canes frighten them; and that ever-trusted garlic hung on doors and windows or hung as necklaces and crucifix kill the aswang.

Common sightings if there is an aswang or any monster that attacks, they always disguised as a huge bat and you can hear them they usually circling around the house of their target looking for a hole. In the Philippines people who are leaving in the remote areas their houses are just small nipa hutts and since there is no electricity in the village it is very easy for these monsters to crawl the roof tops and throw their sharped tongue, which is as thin as a niddle towards their victim.
Their targets usually the following:
  • Pregnant occupants
  • Dying and ill people
  • Babies
  • Old people
They said that if you are a psychic you can see them, but these monsters can be seen by your naked eyes even if you are not a psychic. They really are monsters.
If you think you are attacked, having a rosary and strong faith to God can drive them away, you may say the lords name to scare them. But it is not always that effective for sometimes because of fear, you simple run and hide.
One reason if the monster roaming around your house its because they have a target it could be one of those I mentioned above. Things you should do is strengthen yourself and trust in God, place garlics in the windows and door and if you have a bagakay (a wild sharpened bamboo spear) use it as a weapon if you can see them physically throw it, if you can hit them it will make them weak and make sure you know the spot of its wound, surely they will escape. What you will do once the morning comes seek among the people in the town if there is somebody or someone who is suffering from a bagakay wound, you never know it could be your closest neighbor. This monsters will surely die even in their human form, the bagakay is a poison to these monsters, but one thing to worry they could easily transfer their powers to the members of their family so you should always protect your self because they always avenge their folks. Ofcourse with Death too!
Here are other ways to kill these monsters:
exerpts from
Throwing holy water at the caranioang aswangs is ineffective because most of them, although choosing to remain unbaptized, live like Roman Catholic Christians whenever they are humans. They even attend Sunday services stepping out of the chapel only during the transubstantiation. To kill a caranioang aswang, one must stake it, or burn it.
Tiktik (The Screeching Goblin)
Stab it with bagakay or sharp bronze and silver objects, shoot it with poison arrows, or feed it to the dogs. A submachine gun, automatic or semiautomatic, will also do the trick. For fun, clip its feeding organ and watch it starve to death.
Manananggal (The Disengaging Harpy)
Tossing sand, dirt, or salt on its remaining lower half will prevent it from reattaching, causing it to die.

On Becoming an Aswang:

There are few ways that a person could possibly transform into an Aswang;
1. When a person plucks an inverted plant from a cave.
2. A black baby chicken or a lizard crawls inside a person mouth.
3. When an Aswang blew air into the person head or neck.
4. When an Aswang offer food to the person.
5. The Mangkukulam can cure a person from transforming into an Aswang can also curse a person to turn into an Aswang.

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