Thursday, August 19, 2010

Petition To Hekate

Petition To Hekate Image
A petition for her patronage is recorded in the third century by Hippolytus in Philosphumena:

"Come infernal, terrestrial, and heavenly Bombo (Hecate),

goddess of the broad roadways, of the crossroad,

thou who goest to and fro at night,

torch in hand, enemy of the day.

Friend and lover of darkness,

thou who doest rejoice

when the bitches are howling

and warm blood is spilled,

thou who art walking amid the phantom

and the in place of the tombs,

thou whose thirst is blood,

thou who doest strike chill and fear in mortal hearts,

Gorgo, Mormo, Moon of a thousand forms,

cast a propitious eye on our sacrifice."

from The Gay Mage

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Howard Williams - The Superstitions Of Witchcraft
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