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How do I know what's the best kind of offering to a certain god or demon?
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Re: offerings
By: / Novice
Post # 2
Research them
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Re: offerings
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Post # 3
Where though? I wouldn't know where to look to find credible information
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Re: offerings
By: / Knowledgeable
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I found a list once with offerings for specific deities. Hopefully this is of some help to you, but as suggested you may wish to research the deity in question and find out their qualities and associated offerings. You could also use your intuition when deciding on a offering to him or her.

Offerings to Specific Goddesses:

Aphrodite: olive, cinnamon, daisy, iris, and apple

Aradia: vervain

Artemis: cedar, hazel, willow, daisy, and cypress

Astarte: alder, pine, cypress, myrtle, and juniper

Athena: olive and apple

Bast: catnip and vervain

Bellona: belladonna *Caution* - this herb is poisonous and should not be injected or handles without protective clothing.

Brigit: blackberry

Cailleach: wheat

Cardea: hawthorn, bean, arbutus

Ceres: Willow, wheat, bay, pomegranate, poppy, leek, and narcissus

Cybele: oak, myrrh, and pine

Demeter: wheat, barley, rose, pomegranate, bean, poppy, and all cultivated crops

Diana: birch, willow, wormwood, hazel, beech, fir, apple, and mulberry

Druantia: fir

Freya: cowslip, daisy, primrose, strawberry, and mistletoe

Hathor: myrtle, sycamore, grape, coriander, and rose

Hecate: willow, yew, mint, cypress, date palm, sesame, dandelion, garlic, oak, and onion

Hekat: cypress

Hera: apple, willow, iris, and pomegranate

Hina: bamboo

Hulda: flax, rose, and elder

Irene: olive

Iris: wormwood and iris

Ishtar: juniper and all grains

Isis: fig, heather, wheat, wormwood, barley, myrrh, rose, palm, lotus, onion, iris, and vervain

Juno: lily, crocus, quince, pomegranate, vervain, iris, lettuce, fig, and mint

Kerriwden: vervain and acorns

Minerva: olive, mulberry, and thristle

Nefer-Tum: lotus

Nepthys: myrrh and lily

Nuit: sycamore

Olwen: apple

Persephone: parsley, narcissus, willow, and pomegranate

Rhea: myrrh and oak

Rowen: clover and rowen

Venus: cinnamon, daisy, elder, heather, apple, poppy, violet, marjoram, fern, carnation, vervain, myrtle, orchid, cedar, lily, mistletoe, pine, and quince

Vesta: oak.

Sources:
Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner -> by Scott
Cunningham
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Re: offerings
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 5
I apologize for the double post but I was unable to fit all of this into one post.

Offerings to Specific Gods:

Adonis: corn, rose, fennel, lettuce, and white heather

Aesculapius: bay and mustard

Ajax: delphinium

Anu: tamarisk

Apollo: leek, hyacinth, bay, and cypress

Attis: pine and almond

Ares: buttercup

Bacchus: grape, ivy, fig, beech, and tamarisk

Baldur: St. John's Wort and daisy

Bran alder and all grains

Cupid: cypress, sugar, while violet, and red rose

Dagda: oak

Dianus: fig

Dionysus: fig, apple, ivy grape, pine, corn, pomegranate, mushrooms, fennel, all wild and cultivated trees

Dis: cypress

Ea: cedar

Gwydion: ash

Helios: sunflower

Herne: oak

Horus: poppy

Hypnos: poppy

Jove: pine, carnation, and cypress

Jupiter: aloe, sage, oak, acorn, beech, cypress, date palm, violet, ox-eye daisy, and vervain

Kernunnos: bay, sunflower, oak, and orange

Kanaloa: banana

Mars: ash, aloe, dogwood, buttercup, witch grass, and vervain

Mercury: cinnamon, mulberry, hazel, and willow

Mithras: cypress and violet

Neptune: ash and all seeds

Odin: mistletoe and elm

Osiris: grape, ivy, cedar, clover, date palm, and all grains

Pan: fig, pine, reed, oak, fern, and all meadow flowers

Pluto: cypress, mint, and pomagranate

Poseidon: pine, ash, fig, and all seeds

Prometheus: fennel

Ra: frankincense, myrrh, and olive

Saturn: fig and blackberry

Sylvanus: pine

Tammuz: wheat, pomegranate, and all grains

Thoth: almond

Thor: thistle, vervain, hazel, ash, birch, rowan, oak, pomegranate, and beech

Uranus: ash

Woden: ash

Zeus: oak, olive, pine, aloe, parsley, sage, wheat, and fig

Sources:
Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner -> by Scott
Cunningham
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Re: offerings
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Post # 6
Google. There are many sites that have information. As for Gods and Goddesses read the myths about them or the histories of what people offered them during the height of their belief.

You could also meditate on a particular one and see what message you get.
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Re: offerings
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Thank you but the demon I'm looking for his name looks too much like a verb so whenever I search I don't quite get the right thing
I'm looking for Bathin
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Re: offerings
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Post # 8
All I get is information about bathing
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Re: offerings
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thanks for the information

Blessed be
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