Ik heb nog nooit gehoord van de tempel van On, en Google schijnt hem ook niet te kennen, maar dat terzijde.
Nog een beetje speurwerk heeft het volgende opgeleverd:
At Heliopolis offerings was made to Re but at Philae, Aset was put in the place of Re as the one being offered to, probably in line with extolling her as the main deity here. Feasts were also apparently celebrated at Bigeh in honor of Isis which however should be separated from the regular weekly ones conducted there every tenth day in honor of Wesir.
At Philae, regular visits were paid every tenth day by Isis to the island of Bigeh and the tomb of Osiris.
We have to separate from the subterranean gods the daily and weekly temple cult (every tenth day) of the god Osiris-Ibis or Osiris-Falcon, performed by a priest in front of a statue of the resting (crouching) Osiris-Ibis or the figure of the resting Osiris-Falcon.
In the most modest sanctuary of an Egyptian village, where a temporary priest, chosen from their midst, acted for the villagers, the common people communicated - of course indirectly through their priest - with their high-god. They did so by joining permanently the official cultic actions of their priest with the Great God, daily, weekly (every tenth day) and during the great festivals.
The bronzes found inside of the galleries are, as far as we can be sure, either laid down by the members of the section who entered, sometimes by high administrators or either by those responsible for the daily cult and the oracular practice, performed every tenth day of the month.
Uit deze (vooral de laatste) bronnen blijkt dat het gewone volk om de tien dagen via hun priester contact onderhield met hun lokale oppergod. Die zalving zal daar dus hoogstwaarschijnlijk een rituele rol bij gespeeld hebben.