Pag-Amin is the sixth episode of Encantadia. It aired on July 25, 2016. It comprised Chapter 9.
Amihan magically vanishes during a kidnapping attempt. Raquim uses his staff that can make the witnesses forget. Raquim tells Amihan that his tales about Encantadia are real. Gurna succeeds in stealing the key of Asnamon. Hathors invade the human world to kill Raquim and Amihan.
Ang Muling Paghaharap
Amihan waits for the colorful bird. Amihan asks Raquim if he invented the language and the letters, wondering why she was not sent to school. Raquim tells her that he will teach her all she needs to know.
Two of Raquim's co-workers at the mines try to kidnap Amihan. Finding herself at a cliff, Amihan vanishes, confirming the men's suspicions. Amihan reveals what happened to Raquim. He gets his staff of oblivion.
In the mines, the two men spread word about what happened to Amihan. When Raquim takes out the staff, the others mistake it for a weapon, and attack Raquim. After beating them, he uses the staff to make them forget, and departs amicably.
Amihan attempts to vanish at will, but fails. Using a map, Raquim begins the tale of Encantadia. Amihan cuts in and tells him she heard it all before. Raquim confirms that everything he told her about Encantadia is true, and they belong to that world.
The Hathors, led by Agane, invade the human world. Aquil, Muros and Imaw find the portal to the human world open, confirming Minea's suspicion that someone had stolen the key. Aquil and Muros crossed to the human world.
Raquim takes out his sword, which he used against a Hathor that grabbed Amihan from the window. More Hathors entered the house, but were slain. Amihan flees from the house, but gets attacked. She tried to defend herself, but was in grave danger before Raquim rescued her. Hathors used fire-shooting weapons against Raquim and Amihan, while more Hathors poured from the portal. As Raquim fights Agane, Hagorn emerges from the portal.
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