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Offering?
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Post # 1
Hi, you can call me Dawn..
I took a test to find my magical name.. It was either Zaphyrus, Chan, or Dawn. But the first I tried was Dawn.. I looked for a god/goddess related with sun and light.. I found Eos and have been very interested in her lately..
and as well for the main three wicca goddesses....
And to show my gratitude to them.. I wanted to make them an offer... but I don't know what. A little help?
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Re: Offering?
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Post # 2
I've never made offerings and I'm sure other members know specific things Eros would prefer. Many people I've heard offer things like food as I heard one mentioning somewhere about burning food such as meat purposely as a way of sending it to the gods and making it an offering. In my opinion you should offer something the god might like but also something that isn't necessarily easy. What I mean is a sculptor might carve a image of Eros, a poet might write a peom devoted to him, a song writer might write a song, etc... Take a natural talent you may posses and use it in a way to make a offering. Like with humans I believe the thought behind a gift (so to speak) and the work put into it is more important than say the price.
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Post # 3
Could I draw a picture? I was told I was decent at art..
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Post # 4
Most anything you choose to give as an offering is acceptable. It will depend on your deity. However I find that anything you create and offer is accepted.
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Post # 5
OK, thank you :)
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