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    • Warjna Kaztjmjr

      Hekátē---Goddess of the Crossroads, the dark side of the moon, and magic. Protector of the outcast, caretaker of children, and a defender who turns away evil, she sees the past, the present and the future. She also shows the choice of paths--but lets you make the decision.

    • Josie Cleveland

      Greek Mythology: Hekate (or Hecate) was the goddess of magic, witchcraft, the night, moon, ghosts and necromancy. She was the only child of the Titanes Perses and Asteria from whom she received her power over heaven, earth, and sea. Hekate assisted Demeter in her search for Persephone, guiding her through the night with flaming torches.

    • Kimberly : P

      Hekate was identified with a number of other goddesses, including Artemis. For being as it were the queen of all nature, we find her identitied with Demeter, Rhea (Cybele or Brimo); being a huntress and the protector of youth, she is the same as Artemis (Curotrophos); and as a goddess of the moon, she is regarded as the mystic Persephone.

    • Sacred Transitions

      hecate greek goddess of magic | HECATE : Greek goddess of witchcraft, ghosts & magic ; mythology ...

    • DL Willson

      There are reasons for Lily's two different hands of flame... she inhereited them from her mother (one of her "two mothers")  ...Hecate is the daughter of the Titans Perses and Asteria. She is the Greek goddess of magic, sorcery, witchcraft, crossroads, trivial knowledge, and necromancy. According to The House of Hades, she is also the goddess of the Mist. She also represents the dark side of the moon, or the Harvest Moon, and is associated with ma

    • Beth Owl's Daughter

      The last day of every month is sacred to the Goddess Hecate. Here She is with Her hounds.

    • Nyx Nightingale

      Ancient depicting of Hecate goddess of the moon and magic

    • Helen Scott

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