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 Among the Bagobo the name "diwata" is used rather as a collective than as a specific term, and refers to the gods in general, or to any one of them.
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Pamulak Manobo, creator of the earth, is the diwata here referred to.
And one diwata spit from his mouth the isse  that he had finished chewing.
There he saw many diwata, and they were chewing betel-nut, 
Where troubled with conceptions of "anito" or "diwata" it is almost certain that he has been learning at the feet of some demon-worshipping Malayan.