|Mosaic from Villa del Casale at Piazza Armerina in Sicily.|
If you are fortunate enough to visit a Natib Qadish (Canaanite polytheistic religion) temple, there are a few things you should know. First off, few people visit these temples. In the old days, it was likely that the temples were closed to visitors most of the time while the courtyards are where devotees assembled for major religious events. This differs greatly from the modern concept of a "church" as a public meeting place.
Leave your cell phone turned off or in another room, unless you are a doctor and the matter is truly life or death. Really, there better be hemorrhaging involved.
Do not take photographs. Temple is a sacred place and not open to the public, and certainly not the online public. Any photos I’ve taken of temple now have been photos before the area is consecrated. No, the deities won’t melt your phone or camera like the Ark of the Covenant melted off Nazi faces in Indiana Jones, but it is of highest rudeness to open an inner sanctuary to foot (and eye) traffic.