A few quick questions. I had a spirit tell me they wanted blood as an offering as I asked them what they would consider appropriate for all the help they’ve given me as I have already offered food, public recognition and the usual for this spirit at previous times when he honored his promises to me. His response was that he wanted blood and he told me 3 drops would be fine as it did not have to be a plentiful amount, in other words, it was not necessary to fill an entire chalice with my blood or anything.
So I ran out of those lancet needles I had when I got that free diabetic kit in the mail and I can’t get anymore because I’m not diabetic so I have no prescription from a doctor and the place that was mailing out free samples stopped doing that, all 3 of the companies that used to send free lancets in the mail now require you to take a printed coupon to the doc for a prescription to get the items for free. Damn, LOL. Guess too many people were getting the free samples for resale or something so I had to use scissors to cut myself and these are piercingly sharp so I tried to be careful so as not to cut myself too deep on accident. I am hoping the amount I left as an offering will suffice as he may have considered 3 drops as being, 3 nickel sized drops or something.
So I was wondering how they usually interpret 3 drops? I went ahead and left a little more than that because the drops I got were somewhat small, not tiny, but not big either. And for a blood offering, do you still leave it out for 24 hours or is it useless once it dries? Can they still feed off of it after it dries? Because blood dries quickly when exposed to air on an offering plate so I wasn’t sure. I have made crafts for spirits using my blood but this was the first time a spirit has asked me flat out for blood as an offering and I don’t know if I unintentionally shorted him. I was under the impression that spirits can soak up a ton of energy from even the smallest amount of human blood???