Daemonic Offerings

offeringsDaemonic Offerings by S. Connolly

The Daemonolater’s Guide to Daemonic Offerings explains the what, when, why, and how of Daemonic offerings in a simple, easy to follow step-by-step guide. This chapbook covers everything from how to build an altar to a basic offering ritual. It also covers various types of offerings, including blood offerings and sacrifice, and which Daemons those offerings are appropriate to. Please note that this guide is for the complete beginner to Daemonic offerings.

Author’s Note: So the Daemonolater’s Guide series is a series of how-to chapbooks (or mini-guides) for the complete beginner, and will be covering a wide variety of topics based on the how-to’s I’m most frequently asked for. So it appears the second guide is out. It covers the basics every beginner should know about Daemonic Offerings. Enjoy!

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8 thoughts on “Daemonic Offerings

    1. S. Connolly Post author

      Not yet. There are three more outlined at the moment. Basically what I’m doing is taking the most common “How do you…” questions we get and turning them into their own chapbooks. It might be an ongoing series where a new one is added is things come up. 🙂

  1. Nocturne

    This is exactly the kind of book I was looking for! Thank you for posting! =3:

  2. W.Z

    Thank you for this book, it really gave me a new perspective on offerings. I have a question about altars. I have two of them in my room ( I can’t have them elswhere) where I work and sleep. I completely understand an advice not to be turned back to the altar as it’s a gesture of disrespect. I never turn my back to the altar while doing any work/meditation/prayer/offering , when I’m focused on the Daemonic and some time after the work is done. My question is, if it is disrespectful when I turn my back to altars while simply living in my room. It’s impossible to avoid it completely when I move around doing everyday stuff and the room is the only place where I can actually build up a small worship spot. I believe that intention is the most important but still I felt a need to ask.

    1. S. Connolly Post author

      I agree. Intent is the most important thing. When you’re using altars in common areas or rooms that serve multiple purposes, I think it’s okay to turn your back on an altar. In ritual you sometimes have to turn your back, too, but as long as you pay the Daemons the proper respect everything should be fine. 🙂

      1. W.Z

        Thank you for the reply! 🙂 Respect is my most important factor. I treat Daemons as both teachers and friends so I don’t want to insult them in any way 🙂 I hope that one day I will get a possibility to have a “Daemonic room” that would be used as a temple and sacred space. For now I have to work with the limited space but it has a good side too. I feel like if the Daemons are always here and no matter what I do, I find myself focused on them in this or other way.

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