Binabayani is a war move that depicts the fight between the Christian and the Aetas in the town of Masinloc. It is a Sambal word that implies boldness. It is normally included at the town court on the 30th day of November for the general population to witness.This story had been passed from age to age since the season of the Spanish Regime. The late Capitan Florentino Elicano, one of the oldest inhabitants of Masinloc in the year 1621 identified with his child, the late Municipal Judge Gererdo Elicano of how this war move called Binabayani come to presence regarding the devour of the Patron Saint Andrew each 30th day of November.
At that point an old man thought of this war move between the Christians Porfirio Elamparo. Notwithstanding, now and again, a liberal family expect all costs for the Binabayani and the Aetas called Binabayani a Sambal word for courage move. They trusted this was the most loved round of Saint Andrew, the Apostle when he was youthful. So the gathering of old men honed and played the move. It was just that time that the statue was softly and effortlessly lifted to the shore, and where the St. Andrew Catholic Church was manufactured.
From that point forward, this "Binabayani" is essential each devour day of St. Andrew, the Apostle on the 30th day of November. It was trusted that when this war move was not played on the devour day, a few cataclysms would happen like a solid breezes/hurricane, fire or poor reap. From that point forward this turned into a convention which is extremely extraordinary from different religious merriments of different districts of Zambales.