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Offerings to Zeus
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Post # 1
What offerings does He like?
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Re: Offerings to Zeus
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Post # 2
You could try typing it up also his sacred animals were the eagle and bull so maybe a eagle feather or something from a bull it would have to be real though sorry for the lac of info that's all I could find
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Re: Offerings to Zeus
By: Moderator / Novice
Post # 3

You seriously just mailed me what offerings he likes.

This really grinds my gears.

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Re: Offerings to Zeus
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Post # 4
Well instead of being all personal about it you could just tell him u don't know or look it up
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Re: Offerings to Zeus
By: / Novice
Post # 5

Common offerings to Zeus would be cinnamon, wine, cakes/pastries, meat, laurel, vervain, holm oak, ash, pine, scaled fish, incense, and fruit are some of the offerings as far as I know which are normally given to this deity.

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Re: Offerings to Zeus
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Post # 6
Thanks Chleo.Finally someone who really knows greek mythology.
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Re: Offerings to Zeus
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 7

That was rather rude of you, Junki. Instead of belittling people on knowledge you know nothing about (which is why you're asking), how about you do some research for yourself? Here's a place to start.

http://www.theoi.com/Olympios/Zeus.html

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Re: Offerings to Zeus
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Post # 8

plus saying "finally someone who knows mythology" makes no sense, a knowledge of offerings and a knowledge of the lore arent very connected beyond using common sense. Offerings i would consider part of hellenic tradition, not myth.

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Re: Offerings to Zeus
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 9

I agree, Harliquinn, but I still think it is a good place to start where you can get to know the God you're offering to in-depth. I come from a place where my Gods (the Rokkir) were not traditionally worshipped, so I had to pull from the lore to find out ideas of what offerings they may like. While Zeus was traditionally worshipped and offerings can come from that, one could take a page out of my book and find some actions Zeus may like, rather than just objects, food, and drink to give him.

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Re: Offerings to Zeus
By: / Novice
Post # 10
I agree, Eissy. It is best to know a little more in depth about a deity before going straight into worshipping or giving offerings, whether it be learning more about the myths surrounding the deity or his origins. It is my opinion that one shouldn't just jump into offering or worshipping a deity if there is no background knowledge to who this deity is.
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