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The Sith book of offerings and rituals was a book that purported to discuss the religious rites of the Sith Order.[2] Between 16 ABY and 17 ABY,[1] while searching for information about[2] his mother[3] Padmé Amidala, Jedi Master Luke Skywalker saw an advertisement for the book in a courtesy cab operated by the Galactic Archives, a small shop in Trader's Plaza, Talos spaceport, on the planet Atzerri, which took customers to the merchant's central distribution hub. Other volumes advertised included the H'kig book of laws, Principles of Power, and a publication that purported to teach the secrets of forming group minds like the Bilar species; the shop promised a discount for the purchase of three or more books. Skywalker discounted the advertised volumes as probable frauds.[2]

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The Sith book of offerings and rituals was mentioned in Shield of Lies, the second novel of The Black Fleet Crisis trilogy. The novel was written by Michael P. Kube-McDowell and published in 1996.[2]


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