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« Reply #3: October 01, 2010, 02:42:30 am »

I'm thinking about creating an altar for the deities in my pantheon. My dad wants me to build a big shelved cabinet with different shelves for the different altars. I'm going to work on the altar for Ba'al Hadaf first, since we've been getting a ton of much needed rain here. Any suggestions?

Also, I think I'd be nice if people could post picture of their altars. You don't have to, but I'd just be nice to see them, get ideas, and comment. Smiley

I once had an altar that was a book shelf, it was great for keeping the different altars separated, but a pain because I could not light a candle without setting the whole thing on fire.  What I do now is just have a small symbol that I associate with each deity that I work with on a regular basis on the altar.  For example, I have dice for Hermes, a small blade for Shango, a piece of onyx for Persephone, a seashell for Aphrodite, and so on.  They do not seem to mind since they know I am tight on space.

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