Mananang-Gal. A manananggal is a vampiric creature from Philippine folklore that splits its body into two (the word literally means "one who separates itself"). Scary stuff, but isn't my gal too cute to be frightening?
Mangkukulam. A practitioner of black magic whose English counterparts include witches, wizards, and sorcerers/sorceresses.
The White Lady.
Diwata (a fairy in English) in Acacia.
Magwayen, Visayan Goddess of the Underworld. When her daughter, Lidagat, died of a broken heart, Magwayen abandoned her duties as a Sea Goddess and traveled to the Underworld to be with her. She eventually became the ferrywoman of the dead.
Lisuga, Visayan Deity of the stars who had a body made of sparkly silver. When she was killed by her grandfather, the Supreme God Kaptan, her body shattered into thousands of shards. These shards then became the stars in the night sky.
Lidagat, Visayan Goddess of the Sea, daughter of Magwayen.
Dalikmata, the many-eyed Goddess of the Eyes and Visions. Her tears (the morning dew) were considered healing salves for those who had eye diseases. She placed some of her eyes on a butterfly to watch over people during the day, while a sacred owl watches over them at night. She also has the power to see the past, present and future.