These are offerings, and devotional acts that can be done for each deity in the Viadescioic pantheon, except for Oxakna. Oxakna does not take offerings, and Devotional Acts, due to the fact that they do not speak, and that everything is a part of them. As you go down the hierarchy of divinity the diviners become more prevalent to give offerings, and Devotional Acts too.

Damakna:

Offerings:

  • Energy
  • Platinum
  • Things of the color white
  • Something that symbolizes, associated with, or represents the tiger
Devotional Acts:
  • Creating something
  • Celebrating solar eclipses

Dasakna:

Offerings:

  • Energy
  • Lead
  • Things of the color black
  • Something that symbolizes, associated with, or represents the snake
Devotional Acts:
  • Destroying something
  • Celebrating lunar eclipses

Madaqa:

Offerings:

  • Energy
  • Gold
  • Things of the color gold
  • Something that symbolizes, associated with, or represents the dove
Devotional Acts:
  • Seeking Justice
  • Visit a holy site of any religion, or spiritual practice
  • Being true to your word
  • Celebrating July 15th

Ladaqa:

Offerings:

  • Energy
  • Copper
  • Things of the color grey
  • Something that symbolizes, associated with, or represents humans
Devotional Acts:
  • Support lgbtq+
  • Enter a liminal space
  • Work toward human rights
  • Promoting balance
  • Celebrating eclipses

Sadaqa:

Offerings:

  • Energy
  • Silver
  • Something that symbolizes, associated with, or represents the spider
  • Things of the color Purple

Devotional Acts:

  • Promoting chaos
  • Visit a graveyard
  • Celebrating full moons

Uknayamasa:

Offerings:

  • Energy
  • Candles
  • Animal Sacrifices
  • Metal
  • Weapons
  • Blood
  • Bones
  • Something that symbolizes, associated with, or represents the dragon
  • Things of the color red
Devotional Acts:
  • Burning things
  • Having sex
  • Light a torch, lantern, or even a match
  • Fighting
  • Warring
  • Killing
  • Visit a desert, or volcano
  • Constructing a Zagapa
  • Celebrating Skanaknada

Shaknayamasa:

Offerings:

  • Energy
  • Water
  • Shells
  • Tin
  • Seaglass
  • Medicine
  • Drug
  • Water Animals
  • Things of the color blue
  • Something that symbolizes, associated with, or represents the wolf
Devotional Acts:
  • Visit it a body of water
  • Doing actions of kindness
  • Promoting peace
  • Doing acts of healing
  • Practicing Libratumilera
  • Constructing temples, shrines, and altars
  • Celebrating Shanaknada

Naknayamasa:

Offerings:

  • Energy
  • Incenses
  • Feathers
  • Air Animals
  • Sing
  • Poetry
  • Music
  • Art
  • Crafts
  • Information
  • Mercury
  • Something that symbolizes, associated with, or represents the raven
Devotional Acts:
  • Visit the mountains or the plains
  • Things of the color Yellow
  • Doing acts of study
  • Practicing Viadescioism
  • Interacting, or learning the ravens of antimony
  • Constructing obelisks, or monoliths
  • Celebrating Ardnaknada

Daknayamasa:

Offerings:

  • Energy
  • Wood
  • Rocks
  • Crystals
  • Money
  • Herbs
  • Food
  • Land
  • Alcohol
  • Things of the color brown
  • Things of the color green
  • Family heirlooms
  • Land Animals
  • Animal Parts
  • Something that symbolizes, associated with, or represents the lion
  • Zinc
Devotional Acts:
  • Doing acts of environmentalism
  • Burying biodegradable items
  • Honoring the animals one has Hunted
  • Having children and reproducing
  • Acts of farming
  • Visit a forest
  • Practice divination
  • Practice Magick
  • Taking care of animals
  • Taking care of plants
  • Constructing Stone circles
  • Celebrating Abtnaknada

 

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