As all illuminations dim for the commencement of the ritual, people fade away from their exchange of magical reveries and sacred blessings to settle down for a session in order to achieve legitimate enlightenment. The teknalb usually ascends for the enchanted arrival of the sacred sons and daughters of God with a group of altar boys waving the magical wands and picking gracefully on the strings of euphony. It is observed that during each gathering, they're dressed in different garish garments as they summon their holy Father from above. The first notes of the holy hymns hit as God shines down on his loved ones signifying his presence in the temple. The sacred sons and daughters are always accompanied by the Obadiahs on stage for the prayers of harmony and prosperity. These prayers are usually done through highly spiritual dancing, caroling, and story-telling.
The holy grounds in which the ritual is performed upon may set in one sacred expanse while the next can be set in a boundless upper heaven. Usually towards the end of the ritual will the sacred sons and daughters of God gather in divine unity to perform their final tune of blessings. As the holy spirits align at the end for their act of giving thanks, people would rise to their feet one wave after another, beating their palms in thunderous succession, honoring their most respected God and praising the effort they've displayed in the rite. Finally, the descending of the teknalb marks the end of the sacrament, leaving the natives with substantial awe and enlightenment.