People these days don’t actually worship the god of wealth (that article about traders who built a shrine to Alan Greenspan was totally discredited). But once upon a time Plutus received plenty of altar smoke and sacrifices. In Aristophanes’ comedy, staged by Curious Frog, the god has lost his sight and distributed his riches erratically.
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