In ancient Philippine mythology, Mayari is the one-eyed moon-goddess of war, revolution, beauty and strength- daughter of the chieftain of the gods, Bathala, and a mortal woman, Mayari battled with her brother Apolaki, over who would rule the earth.
She graces the night sky with her light, and she is said to be the loveliest out of all the gods.
Philippine rice gods were often male. Their chief deity, Lakapati, however, chose to identify as genderless. Patron of farmers and farm animals, Protector of fishermen, They were said to be the kindest and merciful out of all the gods.