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There are harvest Gods aplenty, but fungal Gods are in short supply. The Aztec God Piltzintecuhtli (do not ask me for a pronunciation) is the closest thing to a shroom God I've found, but finding rituals and prayers is difficult, since it's a dead culture.
So do you have a prayer for your mushrooms to grow? If so who is it addressed to?
Personally I feel that due to a large number of pagan cultures not having used the written word and rather having relied on oral tradition, not to mention most written documents being those of outer sources (The Romans, The Conquisitors), you will find very little to go off on when the time comes to pick a specific god and know what appeases them/him/her/it. Although it can make one sad not having access to all the lost knowledge, you need to know that the origin of the foundation of those paganic beliefs was spiritual exploration; Shamans who were brave enough to question and explore for answers. You need to explore this yourself. Really seek those gods and be ready to explore in realms you may not be familiar with - you will know their name when the time comes, and you will know how to connect with them. At least that's how I view it
Life lived in absence of the psychedelic experience
upon which primordial shamanism is based,
is life trivialized
life enslaved to the ego