Offerings to Heru-sa-Aset: (Greek: Harsiese; Horus son of Isis)-
Some of these are attested in ancient sources while others come from my own (or other people’s) personal experience giving offerings to the God.
Bread and Barley
Fruits and Vegetables
Pastries; cookies and cakes
chocolate; chocolate with nuts
chicken or duck
Scents: myrrh, frankincense, Kapet (Kyphi)
Flowers: Roses, blue flowers
Light: Blue candles; beeswax candles; lanterns
Jewelry: Gold, solar colors; silver, bronze
fish; any seafood
Disposal of Offerings
1) Eat them
2) With wine or water, you can leave it to evaporate on the Shrine or pour it out as a libation when done.
Heru pa Khered: (Greek: Harpocrates; Horus the Child)
Heru nedj itef: (Greek: Harendotes; Horus, Savior of His Father)
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I love these lists, though I wish you had delineated between which were from ancient sources, and which were from modern experiences.