'ingkantuna white spirit-personA generic term for a spirit in the form of a man or, more commonly, a beautiful woman with long white hair, living in natural settings such as a payapa tree or cliff. It is usually harmless if befriended, though it may inflict sickness on one who disturbs its dwelling place. A person to whom a female white spirit-person is attracted often becomes deranged. This sickness is cured by a herbalist miyugbūyung by killing chickens or pigs at the place where the 'ingkantu stays or by praying. A lady who gives birth to an albino child bukay is said to have become pregnant by a white spirit-person.spec'ingkantādagen'ingkantāda

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