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Why the Dead Come Back No More

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Why The Dead Come Back No More

Narration kasabay ng powerpoint: pictures ng kinasal and pictures ng gifts tapos may isang gift na bubuksan na nakalagay ay immortal lives
After the consultation of Sicalac and Sicavay, they continue the marriage that Sicalac initiated. And because Captan has given them the gift of being immortal, they started their family then they had children and their children had their own children, one of which is Pandaguan.

Pandaguan got married to his cousin Lubluban. They had a son named, Anoranor.
Panduguan: Son, come and join me. I’ll teach you fishing. You know what son; I’m very fond of fishing.
(Magpapause at ipapakita yung fishing net at magfflash sa ppt na ito yung unang invention ng fishing net)
Anoranor: Yes dad! I want to learn that also. I’ll come with you.

Pandaguan: Drop the net in the water son.
(Anoranor will drop the net then Pandaguan will hold it)
Pandaguan: Look son, I’ve got a shark!

(Then he brought it to the shore. After few minutes the shark died. Pandaguan cried and wept loudly)
Captan: Why are you weeping?
(Pandaguan pointed the shark still continue weeping)
Captan: Why did you kill it?
(Captan struck Pandaguan with thunderbolt)
Captan: You will stay in the infernal region for 30 days!

Maracoyrun: Lubluban, can you be my girl? Pandaguan died and now is my time to show my love to you.
(Lubluban let him and they lived together)
(Magfflash sa ppt na ito yung first case ng adultery)

(Captan took pity and returned Pandaguan back)
(When Pandaguan returned to his home, he didn’t see his wife)
Pandaguan: Son, invite all our friends and we’ll make a feast because Captan brought me back again.
Anoranor: Yes dad, I will. I missed you dad.
(Pig will be emphasized sa mga pagkain na ifflash sa ppt tapos sasabihin na ito yung first case ng theft)

(After celebration)
Pandaguan: Son, I’ve never...

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