SULTANATE OF MASIU
SULTANATE OF MASIU Like the ancient Greeks, the Maranaos believe in oral myths and historical relating to their ancestral origins. Thus the people of Masiu Pangampong (principality) claim descent from Amaloya Thopaan, The first founding of the ancestors Masiu.

According to the Taritib(traditional orders) of the four Pangampong of Lanao, Masiu is co-equal in royal power and prestige with the other principalities of Bayabao, Unayan, and Baloi. Its territory is divided in to three section (soko) on the east and west of lake Lanao.

A) LUMBA A MASIU – east Masiu comprises the lowland of

a) Molundo

b) Tamparan

c) Taraka

B) POONA MASIU – East south Masiu comprises the Municipality of Masiu alone,

The Buadi Lokes a Datu town.

C) SEDUPAN A MASIU – west Masiu comprises the upland of a) Balindong Wato

b) Tugaya

c) Kalawi

d) Bacolod Grandi

e) Madalum

These are the traditional Inged township of settlements upon which "Municipalities" have been superimposed by the modern provincial government. The Masiu Pangampong total territory is relatively smaller than either one of the territory of its sister principalities, but it is no less populous, fertile and productive with strategic advantages on the lake shorelines where the early Maranao ancestors originally founded and nourished their ancient civilization. The Principal set of power of the Sultan of Masiu is maintain by the royal houses Torogan of Maruhom Rahmatullah and Maruhom Dialaloden on the Banks of the Taraka River, These royal houses have the exclusive right to assume, alternately, the title of thrones of Sultan of Masiu and Kabugatan of Masiu as had been vested upon their family lines by the great Ancestor BALINDONG, the original founder of Principality of Masiu. While the royal white sand (MAPOTI A LUPA) of Great ancestor of Sharief Angkaya sa Masiu located in Poon a Masiu at Barangay Labay Moriatao Bae, it is necessarily for new Sultan and Bae's to offer respect and sat over the rocks on the white sand, failure to do so, some Maranao think illegitimate successor of the throne. (The royal white sand is part of Qaaba Makka land and Rawda in Madina Al monawara inside Masjed Nabawi of Rasul s.a.w.) Over the century, there developed numerous sub-principalities (sultanates or Inged) mention above within this pangampong which serve as "councils" (mbabaya ko taritib) to the main sultan of Masiu, as it is to day. Such ancient class systems among clusterof royal communities (inged) is respected by all the four Pangampong confederation as well as their sub-principalities which altogether constitute the traditional Bangsa Maranao nation, a potential supportive power to the sovereign New Philippine Republic,

MASIU PANGAMPONG ROYAL GENEALOGY
(Abridged)

Like the ancient Greeks, the Maranaos believe in oral myths and histories relating to their ancestral origins. Thus the people of Masiu Pangampong (principality) claim descent from Amaloy a Tupaan, the first founding ancestor of Maslu. Tupaan’s later descendant was Ancestor Balindong who founded the Sultanate of Masiu with extended territorial and political jurisdictions over East and West Masiu. Balindong descended through one of his family lines from Sarip Kabunsuan of Johore (Malaysia) who in turn descended from Fatima, the daughter of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SA.W.).

Sarip Kabunsuan founded the first Sultanate of Maguindanao. Along with the propagation of Islam, his later descendants through dynastic marriages, spread the Faith and the Sultanate system of society and government to the Four Pangampong area in Ranao during the 15th century. The early royal marriages whidi account for the introducti of Islamic religious and societal systems in Masiu is related as follows:

Ancestor Tupaan of Maslu marreed Potre Kaizadan, a daughter of Aloyodan of Maguindanao, who married Nandaopan sa Solog (Sulu) and begot a few children, one of whom was Angkaya. The latter married Ayowa (daughter of Pagayongen) and begot Nggor, Bayora and Kayowa. Nggor married Sitie Adir, Sister of Dianaton Naim sa Butig, (one of the 15 original pangampong sultanates) and begot a number of children, one of whom was Balindong of Masiu. Balindong married Pindawadawa Oray one of the five Nonies and begot the “Seven Maruhoms” (princes) and the “Four Paramatas” (princesses) of Masiu. The princes were Salik, Adil, Karamat, Hidiyat, Datu a Wata (of Pualas), Dialalodin, and Rakmatola all royally addressed “Maruhom” before their names. The princesses, each addressed as “paramata,” were Banon, Nangko, Impa, and Saimbo.

SALSILA

Bayogun Married to Bae Sa Kabontalan, begot

1. Amaloya Thopaan

2. Radia Kalantongan

3. Amaloya Pakatan

Amaloya Thopaa Married to Potri Kaizadan (wata o Aloyadan a Wata o Kabunsuan ko Mazhawang aya ina o Kaizadan na so Nandaopan sa Sulog a Wata o Sarip Alioden) begot

AMALOYA THOPAAN married Kaizadan, Begot

1. Sarip Angkaya sa Masiu

2. Sarip Manezhang sa Molondo

3. Dayansalong Sa Binidayan Pualas

4. Ambo sa Lumba a Bayabao

SARIP ANGKAYA SA MASIU 3 wives

1. Firstst wife Paramata Ampayong sa Lombayanague, Begot Only

A, Maruhom Barao Karoma o Baodi sa Binidayan

2. Second wife Potri Maririnag (sister of Ambolotho sa Lombatan) Begot Only

A, Amizing sa Tamparan

3. Third wife Ayowa sa Taraka (sister of Abagat sa Taraka) begot

A. Nggor

B. Bayora

C. Kayowa

NGGOR 2 wives

1, First wife Paramata Indias, Begot Only

A. Umaga a Lokes a Datu sa Poona Masiu

2. Second wife Sitie Ader (sister of Dianaton sa Botig) Begot

A. Balindong

B. Danam sa Kalawi Bacolod

BALINDONG Married to Pindawadawa Oray (one of the five Nonies) begot

1. Maruhom Dialaloden
2. Maruhom Rahmatullah
3. Maruhom Adel
4. Maruhom Kamarat
5. Maruhom Sidik
6. Maruhom Datu a wata
7. Maruhom Hidayat
8. Paramata Impah
9. Paramata Nangko
10.Paramata Banong
11.Paramata Saimbo

SULTANATE OF MASIU ALTERNATION

According to the will of Balindong handed down through well-remembered oral traditions, only male descendants of the lines of Maruhom Rakmatola and Mamhom Dialalodin could ascend to the titles and thrones of Sultan sa Masiu and Datu a Kabugatan sa Masiu under a rule of alternate succession (idal). The descendants, however, of the other princes and princesses could assume other titles (grar) outside that of the Sultan and the Kabugatan of Masiu, respectively.

A) MARUHOM RAHMATULLAH married to PAGAYONAN (a wata i Poso sa Buntong ago si amidang sa Taraka) begot

1. Sultan sa Samporna
2. Bae sa Samporna sa Taraka
3. Bae a Mala
4. Mala a Bae sa Buntong Binidayan
5. Saapia sa Taporog

SULTAN SA SAMPORNA begot
1. Datu Limoden (inapo i Mamintal Tamano)
2. Datu ino (inapo i V.G Palawan Disomimba)
3. Maruhom Maulana (inapo i Mangayao Dagalangit)
4. Simalao (inapo i Ali Dimaporo)

SIMALAO Married to MARUHOMBSAR (sa Raya Balindong) begot
1. Limod (karoma o Amerol sa Wato)
2. More

http://acmaly88.page.tl/AMEROL-SA-WATO.htm

Maruhom Dialaloden

MARUHOM DIALALODEN married to KUNDAOLAN (a wata o Lokes a Datu ko Doron a wata o Apandang) begot
1. Maruhom Sarip Aliola
2. Maruhom Bae sa Moriatao Bae Masiu

MARUHOM ALIOLA married to Bae sa Taraka, Begot

1. Maruhom Bata

2. Maruhom Sa Tando (Guiling repors Pangandamun Ascendat)

3. Radiamoda sa Masiu

4. Datu a Mala

MARUHOM BATA married to Indowa (Baialabi sa Masiu) Begot

1. Maruhom Sarip Omra

2. Maruhom Sarip Dolkarnain

3. Datu Alongan

4. Datu Naib

DATU ALONGAN married to Matimtim (Baialabi sa Ramain) Begot

1. Gomarok

2. Pilaton

3. Daopan

4. Datu Balbal Mudag

Daopan married to Tungko Busar sa Wato, Begot

1. Along

2. more

ALONG married to Sangkad Sultan Maamor sa Raya Balindong, Begot

1. Sultan Maamor Amai Darimbang a Sultan sa Raya

2. Baida Inabai I Dimaporo a ama I Ali

3. Datu sa Ganasi (Maruhombsar Family)

The Sultanate of Masiu is the most documented royalty around Lake Lanao. It was founded by Balindong Bezar, after the successful retake of Lamitan (Ramitan) near Baraas along the Illana Bay by the redoubtable Sultan Kudarat. At the time, Balindong Bezar was a young man awed by the prowess of his uncle-in-law. Ba­lindong had married Bae Pindaw (Pindawa-dawa Oray is the longer name), daughter of Bae Gayang Mupat, sister of Kudarat and wife of Amatonding a Noni. Since Balindong is the son of Paramata Adir, cousin of Amatonding, that makes Ba­lindong and Bae Pindaw second cousins. As soon as Kudarat has reestablished himself back to power, the young Balindong, getting his spur, lay stake on his claim on a vast tract of land that included a sweep of the towns around Lanao and down along the shorelines of Panguil Bay.

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Last updated by Jasmin Feb 15, 2014.

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