|collected ringed cupules - inspired a child to look at them|
Mah-nongan - The chief god generally refer to as the honorary dead and creator of all things, even though Ifugaos do not consider any of their deities as supreme.
Ampual - Of the Fourth Skyworld, is the god who bestowed animals and plants on the people and who controls the transplanting of rice. He is one of those gods who expects gifts in return for his blessings.
Bumigi - In charge of worms, one of the eleven beings importuned to stamp out rice pests.
Liddum - Is regarded as the chief mediator between the people and the other gods.
Lumadab - Has the power to dry up the rice leaves, one of the eleven beings importuned to stamp out rice pests.
Mamiyo - Stretcher of skeins, one of the twenty-three different deities preside over the art of weaving.
Monlolot - The winder of thread on the spindle, one of the twenty-three different deities preside over the art of weaving.
Puwok - Controls the dread typhoons.
Wigan - Is the god of good harvest.
Yogyog and Alyog - Cause the earth to quake. They dwell in the underworld.
|A Bulul, also known as tinagtaggu - anthropomorphized rice divinities - Ifugao, Luzon|
|Ifugao or Ipugao (also meaning "mountain people")|