I started reading about Hekate and found I was really drawn to her. So I started to dig deeper…boy you can really get lost in the vast of information that is literally at our fingertips!
Making this video was fun and I learned a lot about Hecate/Hekate. There were some conflicting findings, so I deciphered and sifted through the best I could to find the most accurate info. I took most of my information from sources such as: Britannica, Ancient Origins, and Learn Religions.
(I find that these sites have been pretty great and packed with information)
There is a TON of information on her…this video is just a small piece of her and a small invocation spell if you wish to have this Goddess in your life.
Hecate or Hekate (/ˈhɛk. ə. ti/; Ancient Greek: Ἑκάτη, Hekátē is a goddess in ancient Greek religion and mythology, most often shown holding a pair of torches or a key and in later periods depicted in triple form.
Symbol: Paired torches, dogs, red mullet, serpents, keys, polecats, daggers, and Hecate’s wheel
Parents: Perses and Asteria
Offspring: Scylla, Aeëtes, Circe, Pasiphaë, Empusa
The spelling of HEKATE (with a K) is closer to the transliteration of the name of this goddess directly from Greek into the English language.
The spelling of HECATE (with a C) is the Latin transliteration of the name of this goddess, as it was used by the Romans.
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