http://www.whatisdruidry.org/eight.htmlA Druid will strive to enchant a deity with whom she’d like to work. Giving offerings of reverence to nature and to the ancestors as a whole, she will endeavour to remain open, waiting for a god or goddess to come to her. After that first connection has been made, the process is then about building a strong relationship with that deity, learning through respect to understand the divine power and learning through devotion how it is that she can give to that god of herself. [...] Our relationships with the gods are built on this need for perfect exchange. We offer of ourselves, both through sacrifice and through joy, giving back to the gods the creativity born of our inspiration. As our offerings are accepted, so we succeed in holding the attention of the deity, thereby nourishing the relationship.
My encounter with the particular goddess I am interested in happened not out in the woods but in a museum. Whether this qualifies as Revelation is up for debate, but museums might well be some the holy temples of modern druidry! Anyway, very little is known about this local goddess whose name is only cited twice and whose attributes were lost (wait, this sounds odd ). I have invoked her during ceremonies and am thinking about gifts to offer. I'm interested to know what others have done.