Compass, Worship of The

Compass, Worship Of The The Chinese were accustomed to pay divine honors to the compass by burning little odoriferous balls, and offering meats and sacrifices to it. They threw gilded paper punctually twice a day into the sea to attract its favor and wil it to be propitious. See Gardner, Faiths of the World, s.v.

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