Troops that are accumulated and cultivated at the altar need to be assigned to different camps or groups in order to work for you effectively.
To request a god to perform a specific task, we write a FU, which acts as a ticket. By "chicking" (sanctifying) the ticket at the altar, we ask the god to assign and move troops to this ticket. This way, when we carry the FU, the troops associated with it will follow the ticket and carry out their duties, such as providing protection.
There is an advanced method where we use flags at the altar to pre-categorize the troops into different types and cultivate them in specific groups. It's akin to training a team of professionals who excel at specific tasks, allowing us to deploy them when needed for their expertise.
You can also select any object, such as a watch, a bead necklace, a pen, or even a hat, and use it as a "camp" to request troops from your altar. This allows the altar to assign troops and powers to the object, making it magical.
For instance, if you want a hat to protect you on a hike, inform your god at the altar about it, then take the hat and circle it over the incense or in front of the god three times in a clockwise (CW) motion, followed by three times in a counterclockwise (CCW) motion. CW 3x signifies connecting the object with the altar, while CCW 3x means taking out the troops from the altar (3 represents the type of troop) to help and provide empowerments. You can use CCW 2x, 4x, 5x, 6x, 7x, 8x, or 9x for different troop properties based on the nine-star theory. As a starting point, 3 and 5 are suitable for most magical work, 7 is effective for manifesting things in reality, and 6 is excellent for defense and blocking.
Troops that are taken out of the altar will inhabit the object as a camp and follow it to accomplish tasks. After completing their work, the troops "die" and return to the altar (the source) to regroup. The more you engage in this practice, the stronger your altar becomes, as the troops bring back experience and cultivated powers to the main god at the altar, enhancing everyone's strength each time a god returns to regroup. That's why it's advisable to use your magic regularly and not shy away from it.
A clever way to involve your family is to place snacks and fruits on the altar as offerings, which also collect troops as they stay there. When desired, you can take some from the altar, perform the circling ritual, and then consume the offerings. This allows the troops to be granted and passed on to you. By consuming the snacks or fruits, individuals also consume the troops and their magical power, which can be used for various purposes, such as improving health, achieving mental clarity, or even increasing affection. Simply communicate your intentions to your god before taking the offerings, and the power will be adjusted according to your desires.