Each night hundreds of believers would gather at the water’s edge to pay homage to the closest star to Earth. Devout cultists donned ornate garb and expressed their loyalty to the setting sun through dance and song.
Pilgrims gorged themselves on ritualistic drinks made from fruit and fermented sugar cane. Fried food made from various sea creatures and sweets baked in iron boxes were sold to visiting worshipers to symbolize unity with the setting sun god.
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