1. kasumigenx

    Adelfo y Laura: A Phillippine Alternatehistory
    Threadmarks: Adelfo y Laura

    Since the late 1200s there is a tale passed in each generations and it has inspired a love story in Sambali called Adelfo y Laura by the Portuguese the story is about the marriage of a Princess from one of the former statelets of Sambali to a Bornean noble man, each kingdom in the Northern half...
  2. Arsenic Express
    Threadmarks: 1. Filipino First Policy (March 1957 – November 1957)

    1. Filipino First Policy (March 1957 – November 1957) After the death of President Magsaysay in March of 1957, the Nacionalista party was thrown into chaos on who they will nominate as president. Magsaysay was sure to be reelected in 1957 both the Nacionalista convention and the Philippine...
  3. kasumigenx

    A different Philippines
    Threadmarks: Setting foot of Miguel Lopez de Legaspi

    On 1570, Miguel Lopez de Legaspi land in Ysla de Luzon or Ysla de Tagala[1] where he would find two Sultanates, the Sultanate of Selurong and the Sultanate of Kumintang which the Spanish would record as Tagala and Comintan, the Sultan of Kumintang would be friendly to the Spanish and even gave...
  4. Spain sells Philippines to Japan in 1896 - impacts on World War II(and 20th century)

    According to the Spanish diplomat F.E. Reynoso, in 1894 the Japanese offered to buy the Philippines from Spain for 40 million pounds sterling. However, according to Reynoso this offer was not accepted.[20] According to the scholar C.E. Russell, in 1896 Spain was rumoured to have offered to sell...
  5. El Decentralizado: Philippine HRE

    Starting today, every two weeks this TL shall be focused from now on, the same shall occur with the Empire TL. Two weeks for each TL.
  6. kasumigenx

    Intramuros, a Christian Enclave
    Threadmarks: Establishment

    The Spanish would establish a settlement and trading place in Kota Selurong in 1570 which would later get the ire of the Selurongese Sultan at that time as they are allying with the enemies of the Selurongese Sultan at that time in Selurong particularly, Lakandula which would cause Lakandula...
  7. Effects of an Imperial German (and later Imperial Japanese) Philippines

    POD: In 1894, Marti is caught and arrested as he attempts to depart from Florida with soldiers and guns instead of getting released, or alternatively, he dies before the entire expedition takes place, or Eugene Debs is elected POTUS in 1896, leading to there being no Spanish-American War. Some...
  8. Would Ferdinand Marcos be a Democrat or a Republican?

    In an alternate history where the Philippines is integrated into the United States instead of gaining independence, would Ferdinand Marcos be a Democrat or a Republican? Could it be he becomes a Democrat and stays a Democrat, or he's a Democrat and later becomes a Republican, etc.?
  9. How does US not taking over Philippines effect the Eastern front?

    IOTL the decision to take over Philippines essentially came down to one man McKinley. However lets say he instead listens to the anti imperialist faction instead and US recognizes the first Filipino government. Now fast forward to WW2, what will be the effects of such a decision?
  10. kasumigenx

    Uncolonized Philippines

    Luzon Luzon won’t be called as Luzon, but it would be called as Sultanate of Selurong, since the original exonym of Luzon is Selurong due to the Bruneians having time to prosetylize to the masses, the lowlands would be muslim completely by early 17th century as Islam has already completely...
  11. The Philippine Empire

    Hello guys. Sorry if I am out of the spotlight for a while since I am occupied with personal matters, as well as being slowly uninterested to continue my timeline of an alternate Tondo. Ultimately, I have decided to do a third revision of the first TL of the "Philippine Empire Series" first...
  12. kasumigenx

    Luzon and Borneo -Two lands forged in the green crescent
    Threadmarks: Arrival of Miguel Lopez de Legaspi

    A chief of Bohol named Catunao would guide Miguel Lopez de Legazpi as a guide to Cebu and he would anchor in Cebu but he would not land due to opposition with the natives and he would be able to ally with the natives of Samar and Bohol and making blood compacts with their chieftains. Rajah...
  13. Timeline for a stronger and more unified Asia

    Pan-Asianist (Minus most of the imperialism) fever dream, basically The way I see this timeline playing out: 1. More successful Freedom & People's Rights Movement ----------------------------------------------------- 2. Industrialized, independent Korea via successful Gapsin Coup...
  14. kasumigenx

    WI: Spain with Cordilleras in Luzon instead of Majority of Lowland of Luzon

    I was wondering what would have been the consequences if Luzon had an organized Islam before Spanish arrival although Spain still gets Caboloan and Ilocos along with the Cordilleras who will be threatened by their Muslim neighbors, this would be an inversion since the Lowland Pagan Gaddangs and...
  15. How might the Japanese Empire be different with these early 20th century borders?

    Say Japan is able to scramble up enough cash, perhaps from a greater victory or a much earlier Sino-Japanese War, to make war on Spain for her colonies in the East Indies before the Unites States does in 1898. In addition, the loot from this victory against may allow Japan to pursue a purchase...
  16. kasumigenx

    Kasumigenx World Gazetteer

    This is a collection of my ideas that I don’t really have time and patience to make a full timeline. Some of these are parts of my TL’s already.
  17. Metempsychosis

    Los Hijos del País v4: A Philippine TL
    Threadmarks: The Philippine Revolution (1824 - 1827)

    Hey guys, so I'm rebooting this again, again. Here's the previous iteration, if y'all are interested. The main Point of Divergence is 1823, but as I wrote before, little changes have made this world a bit different from ours. Many thanks to those who encouraged me from the beginning to write...
  18. Is it possible that Buddhism or Hindu-Buddhism would ultimately unify a pre-colonized Philippines? or a atl that somehow they fend off Brunei?

    Could like one of the Lakans or rajah have like a drive to unify the islands? what does this proto-Philippines need in order to sorta make that happen?
  19. kasumigenx

    Francis Xavier in Manila
    Threadmarks: Francis Xavier

    On 1549, after visiting Malacca enroute to Japan, Francis Xavier would reach Manila, however, the populace would be against a new missionary promoting a religion that is unfamiliar to them which would cause some conflict in the population as the population is against Francis Xavier and Francis...
  20. kasumigenx

    Tagalog Chronicle – A Philippines timeline
    Threadmarks: The Renegade Sultanate

    “On the 16th century a Sultanate would form in Selurong in the roots of Cagayan and Pampanga River which would later conquer majority of the Nueva Castilla held by the Spanish in the 1660s and backstabbing the Christian rebels led by Malong, Maniago, and Almazan, the Spanish would have kept...