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Langit, Lupa, Impiyerno Game (Heaven, Earth, Hell)
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Langit, Lupa, Impiyerno Game
(Heaven, Earth, Hell)




This has been one of the most interesting local games we have here in the Philippines. No one could ever identify in an unknown time and space who is the genius kid who invented this chant. All we know is that it is handed down from our ancestors down to our parents until today’s generation.



Langit LupaTraditional Games from the Philippines
Langit-lupa is chasing game, a variation of habulan where players can be immune from being tagged as long they stand on an elevated surface. Etymology - Langit is the Filipino word for “heaven” and lupa is “earth”. The game’s name describes how the chaser cannot reach players how are elevated from the “earth”. The game is for at least three players, who will gather in a circle. One player points at everyone in succession while chanting “Langit, lupa, impyerno / Im-im-impyerno / Saksak puso / tulo ang dugo / Patay, buhay / Maalis ka na diyaan. (Heaven, Earth, Hell / Hell-Hell-Hell-Hell-Hell / Stab the heart / Out comes blood / Dead, Alive /And out you go.)”, pointing to the player next to the one he just pointed to with every syllable of the chant. Whoever the chanter is pointing at when the chant ends is the it. The it chases the other players in an attempt to tag them. Whoever gets tagged will become the it, just like in habulan. However, players can climb or step onto an elevated space such as a flight of stairs, on top of a table, or simply dangle from a jungle gym. Players who manage this are immune from being tagged. Different rules are applied to govern this limitation. One is to time a player’s immunity. After a prearranged number of counts, the player has to come down and be vulnerable again. Some groups impose a ruling that the it must move away from elevated players to give them a chance to run away. The game ends when the players are exhausted or are called home. Theme Song: Langit lupa impyerno im im impyerno saksak puso tulo ang dugo patay buhay alis kana dyan! With each syllable, the designate points to a player in the group until finally the rhyme finishes and with the last syllable, the “taya” or the “it” is chosen. 1. A mad scramble ensues as the remaining players search for elevated ground which is “Langit” or Heaven.  2. Here the It cannot go and the player cannot be touched. The unfortunate player who is caught and tagged standing on “Lupa” or the the level earth becomes the new “It”.  3. Then the running and tagging begins again.



Langit-Lupa game describes our view as a Christian as well as our beliefs in the afterlife. Indigenous terms heaven (langit) and earth (lupa) were borrowed from the European term “inferno”. This means that before Catholicism, our ancient Filipinos had no concept of a place of eternal suffering. Langit would mean to them as a place of the heroes and the rest goes to the underworld.


The line sak-sak puso tulo ang dugo also refers to the Sacred Heart of Jesus which is famous to most of the Catholics as well as the line Umalis ka dyan would mean that all the sinners will be sent by Jesus to hell which is given emphasis in the chant the im-im-impyerno.



One player points designating each of the syllable of the chant to the players .


One player points designating each of the syllable of the chant to the players .


 

It starts with chant by a ring of children gathered on a lawn or backyard. A designated child begins the rhyme:

Langit, lupa, impyerno
Im-im-impyerno
Saksak puso
tulo ang dugo
Patay, buhay
Maalis ka na diyaan.

Loose English Translation:
Heaven, Earth, Hell
Hell-Hell-Hell-Hell-Hell
Stab the heart
Out comes blood
Dead, Alive
And out you go.

With each syllable, the designate points to a player in the group until finally the rhyme finishes and with the last syllable, the “taya” or the “it” is chosen.

A mad scramble ensues as the remaining players search for elevated ground which is “Langit” or Heaven. Here the It cannot go and the player cannot be touched. The unfortunate player who is caught and tagged standing on “Lupa” or the the level earth becomes the new “It”. Then the running and tagging begins again.


A child steps on an elevated place to make herself safe from tagging.



A child steps on an elevated place to make herself safe from tagging.









 






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