The night after the New Moon is sacred to Osiris, Asar, husband of my Goddess, so I always try and perform an offering to him. Although he is a judge and lord and God of the Dead, he is also the Lord of the Living, the Beautiful Boy, the Green God and White God, the God whose weapons are dance and verse and who conquers by educating his foes. He is beautiful and celebratory as well as solemn and dark, and so few know and see that side of him.
Tonight I offered him a sweet, honeysuckle incense called Blessed Bee from Silver Cauldron (it leapt to my hand), a bowl of good brown rice, and what has become one of my customary offerings to him: genmaicha. Genmaicha is made of green tea leaves, matcha, and roasted brown rice and is a delicacy to me. It's also Green (like Him) and flavored with grain, and thus appropriate for the Good God of Green and Grain. Thrice Green Tea for the Green Man.
Among other things, answering concerns of mine he told me this:
"Write this down, scribe, as you do: Whoever lives in Ma'at has no fear of death."
Perhaps the words were different, but I hope I captured the intent. Important things to remember.
Dua Asar, Beautiful Boy.
Image from the Isis Oracle by Alana Fairchild (one of my favorite decks and a powerful oracle if you resonate with it).