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Altar happenings
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Im not exactly worried about it, but i thought i should have a few opinions on the matter.

My grandmother is tired of my room being cluttered and she decides to come in and clean it herself and my altar is makeshift from the top of my wooden and polished desk. I leave the room for a bit despite being worried she might figure out its an altar, she didnt of course, but heres the annoying bit. I come back and she has dumped soooo much junk on my Altar to odin. She would just keep putting stuff on it so i take the items and clean them, placing them in a safe place.

Is there any form of apology i should make, or a special offering, any advice or something on this matter. i honestly dont know why but its been bugging me.

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Re: Altar happenings
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Post # 2
I don't think so but if you want to somehow apologize with your god goddess or with a spirit,well whatever you want to apology with you should think about what He/She likes and give her something like that or something related
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Re: Altar happenings
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You can ask her politely to not place anything on there, tell her that you like your things a certain way.
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