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Hecate, The Greek Goddess - Definition - Ancient/Classical History
Hecate (Hekate) was an underworld/chthonic, moon, or crossroads goddess in Greek mythology. Her parents are variously given as Perses and Asterie or ...
Myth Monday - Hekate Goddess of the Crossroads
Sep 20, 2010 ... One such goddess is Hekate (Hecate). Hekate is connected with the dead in her function as liminal goddess, a deity of doors, gates, rivers and ...
Gods and Goddesses of the Greek Underworld
Hecate - A mysterious nature goddess associated with sorcery and witchcraft, who went with Demeter to the Underworld to fetch Persephone, but then stayed to ...
Hecate: Goddess of Magic and Sorcery
Hecate (sometimes spelled Hekate) was originally a Thracian, and pre-Olympian Greek goddess, and ruled over the realms of earth and fertility rituals.
Hecate's Wheel - Paganism & Wicca - About.com
Hecate's Wheel is a symbol used by some traditions of Wicca. It seems to be most popular among feminist traditions, and represents the three aspects of the ...
When the Gods Come Calling - Paganism & Wicca - About.com
Actually a horrifying experience, but once I stopped crying (wouldn't u if a old angry woman wouldn't go away) and accepted her she went away. Wow Hecate I  ...
Honoring Pan and Hecate - Share Your Story: Mabon Altars
2 statues: One of the God Pan and the other of the Goddess Hecate. 4 white candles. autumnal colored leaves and acorns. Two books I use in my rituals- usually ...
Gods and Goddesses of Death and the Underworld
Sometimes referred to as the Goddess of the Witches, Hecate is also connected to ghosts and the spirit world. In some traditions of modern Paganism, she is ...
Book Review: Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William McKinley, and me ...
Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William McKinley, and me, Elizabeth by E.L. Konigsburg is an award-winning children's book by E.L. Konigsburg, a story of friendship ...
Satanic Infernal Names of European Origin - Alternative Religions
A Greek spirit who tormented misbehaving children and sometimes accompanied Hecate. If ascribed a gender, it is generally female, although LaVey calls it ...
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