Mangindusa or the lord of the heavens is one of the four holy gods in the Tagbanua mythology of Philippines.
While Mangindusa is considered the highest-ranking deity, there is no traditional ascription to him as the sole "creator" of the world, although Christian mythology has had some influence in imbuing Mangindusa with more powers than he used to possess. In fact, the creation of the world and of human beings is said to have been the handiwork of the diwata.
Mangindusa has always been traditionally considered the punisher of dusa (crime). In Tagbanua society, the only recognized public dusa is sumbang (incest). In this case, Mangindusa holds the society responsible for the sumbang. Mangindusa's punishment of the society may take the form of withholding the rains. In the past, society punished the offenders by drowning them in the sea. In present society, a huge fine is imposed and in top of this a special lumbay ritual must given in honor of Mangindusa.
The Mangindusa lives in a revered place known as Awan-awan. It is located further than the langit, an area between the sky world and the earth. He settles with his wife called Bugawasin, his messengers and other heavenly creatures.