Hecate: 15 Ways to Work With the Goddess of Witchcraft (2022)

You set foot on the path that leads to the woods where your grandmother is buried. She always told you to visit her at the crossroads. At the sacred place where her mother’s mother initiated her. At the place where Hecate may be called upon and learned from. Is the Mother of Witchcraft, the Queen of Sorcery, and the Goddess of magic calling you? Hecate is an ancient Greek goddess and rules over witches far and wide. But if you’re new to her energy, how do you work with Hecate respectfully? Here we discuss who Hecate is and how to work with her in your magical practice.

Who is the Goddess Hecate?

A favorite among modern and past witches, Hecate is an ancient Greek Goddess of magic, life and death, herbalism, the mysteries, and much more. She is a liminal spirit – she guards the thresholds between the human and spirit world. She’s found at the crossroads, at the doorways of homes, and at the gates of the cemetery. While a chthonic deity who presides over death and the dead, many forget Hecate is also a goddess of childbirth and life. As a triple goddess, her domain is the life/death/rebirth cycle. She is often depicted in a triple goddess form: as three women looking in different directions or as a three-headed canine.

Is Hecate dark? Many say she’s a dark goddess and it seems that reputation precedes her. However, people forget she’s a goddess of childbirth and LIFE, too! She helps heal women in need of reproductive healing and aids in the birthing process. She’s as much LIGHT as she is DARK. She encompasses all of these things – she IS the polarity. Don’t be afraid to work with her because of how others perceive her. I can tell you I’ve only had good, healing experiences with her.

Hecate’s Magical Domains & Associations

DomainHerbsAnimalsOfferingsAllies
DeathGarlicDogRed wineCirce
CrossroadsMugwortSerpentMeadMedea
ChildbirthLavenderPolecatRed meatHermes
WitchcraftRueMareEggsCybele

Is Hecate Calling You?

We’ve found Hecate tends to call a lot of younger witches to her path, because she feels she can teach them the old ways effectively. Of course, you can also work with Hecate in your later years, as she is often manifest as a crone or hag deity, as well. But here’s some specific ways to know Hecate is calling you to her:

(Video) Hecate: Goddess of Witchcraft & Necromancy - (Greek Mythology Explained)

  • The number 13 keeps popping up everywhere
  • You hear dogs howling at night from nowhere
  • Hecate’s symbols are repeating: the key, crossroads, torch, dagger, Hecate’s wheel
  • You’re drawn to graveyards and cemeteries
  • You’ve had a spiritual experience (either positive or terrifying) at a crossroads in the woods
  • You’re new to the craft and need guidance but don’t know who to turn to
  • Hecate comes into witches’ lives who are pregnant and dying (during major transitions in life)
  • You’re seeing a white dog(s) everywhere you go (in real life or on TV, etc.)
  • Hecate’s name keeps showing up in your daily life (in random conversations, books, TV shows, online, etc.)
  • You love working with animals, in particular dogs
  • Stray dogs tend to find you and want you to take them in
  • You were born under a Dark Moon or on Hecate Night
  • Spirits communicate with you and have your entire life

15 Ways to Work With Hecate

Whether you’ve chosen Hecate as your matron goddess or not, she is a powerful deity to work with in your magical practice. She particularly loves witches, herbalists, diviners, healers, morticians and midwives. So if you’re any of these, you’re in luck! There are many ways to work with the goddess of the crossroads, but here are our favorites:

1. Pronounce Her Name Right

The pronunciation of Hecate’s name has been muddled and changed over the years. But there is a RIGHT way to say her name. Most say “heh-kah-tay” or “heh-kah-tee” with no emphasis on the middle syllable. But in ancient times, her name would have been pronounced with emphasis on the middle syllable like this: heh-KAH-tay or heh-KAH-tee. Practice that a few times out loud. Feel the difference? This is one simple to honor the goddess of witches.

2. Dedicate Altar Space to Hecate

Because Hecate is Queen of the Witches, she adores to have her own altar or altar space in a witch’s home. Things you can add: a representation of her like a statue or a key, a cauldron, a knife, a broom, dog figurines, decorations with stars and moons, anything with the colors black or red. Cleanse and consecrate the space and tools in Hecate’s name initially. Then re-cleanse and charge monthly on the Dark Moon. Your altar may start out simple, but it will grow with time.

3. Altar Offerings for Hecate

In addition to keeping space for her, giving offerings is another great way to work with her. Nearly every god or goddess we work with in our practice requires some energy exchange via offerings. Hecate is no different. Here are a few offerings she likes: pomegranates, lavender, dishes with garlic, date palms, eggs, honey, breads and sweets that are crescent-shaped, candleflame and incense. As with most other deities, Hecate also enjoys intangible offerings like paintings, poetry, song, dance, prayer, chanting, etc. Whatever you enjoy doing creatively, allow your creative juices to flow and create something for Hecate.

(Video) Hecate - Secrets of the Goddess of Magic, Sorcery and witchcraft...

4. Ritual at the Crossroads

Because Hecate is a ruler of the crossroads, rituals done at the crossroads honor and invoke her energy. If you live in an urban area, it may be hard to find a 3-way crossroads to perform ritual. In this case, mark out a 3-way crossroads on the ground with large branches as a symbolic crossroads of sorts. Otherwise, candle spells, invocations, and offerings at 3-way crossroads are a powerful way to call on her. Don’t forget to gather a bit of crossroads dirt and use it in your Hecate rituals, meditations, and more.

5. Canine Care

Hecate’s most sacred and loved animal is the dog. When you take care of our canine friends, do so in Hecate’s name. She will bless you AND your dogs or any dogs you care for. You can also call on Hecate to protect your dog from harm. If you can’t have a dog, donate your time OR old blankets, dog food, etc. to a local animal shelter. And tell Hecate you’re doing it in her name. This doesn’t just go for dogs, but for any kind of canine species.

6. Feasts for Hecate

A fun and traditional way to honor the Goddess of Life and Death is to hold a dinner party or feast for her. In ancient times, Hecate’s priestesses held large parties in her name and made her favorite foods. Include lavender, honey, eggs and garlic in your dishes. Red wine and mead are traditional. Set a place at the table for your goddess or set a plate at her altar. Celebrate Hecate with a feast on her sacred days: August 13th and/or November 30th. Click here to learn more about hosting Hecate Night.

Hecate: 15 Ways to Work With the Goddess of Witchcraft (1)

Listen to our Podcast on Witch Deities (Including Hecate) Here:

7. Study Herbs

Hecate is the goddess of witchcraft and was specifically known for her herbal knowledge. Sources say there was a sacred garden dedicated to Hecate at her temple in Colchis (modern day Georgia). This garden would’ve contained her sacred trees, herbs and poisons. Study medicinal and magical herbalism and become one of Hecate’s priestesses. By growing and harvesting your own herbs, you’re recreating Hecate’s garden at Colchis. Your herbal creations also serve as offering to Hecate.

(Video) HOW TO WORK WITH HECATE - DEITY COMMUNICATION

8. Dark Moon Rituals

The most powerful time to invoke Hecate in ritual is during a Dark Moon. Healing, banishing, and cleansing rituals in Hecate’s name during a Dark Moon are especially potent. Divination, particularly to speak with Hecate, is amplified during the Dark Moon. If you’re looking for examples of dark moon rituals click here.

9. Spirit Work in the Cemetery

Because she is the goddess of life and death, she is also a protector and gatekeeper of the spirit realm. Her presence is felt in cemeteries, as well as in birthing centers and hospitals. If you’re brave enough AND understand how to protect yourself, spirit work in the cemetery is another way to honor Hecate. But be careful…this isn’t a practice for beginners or for fun. There are many different kinds of spirits in the cemetery. And, while this is Hecate’s domain, she won’t keep the spirits at bay for those who disrespect the dead.

10. Offerings by the Door

In ancient times, Hecate’s devotees left offerings to her and her hounds outside by their door. You can honor Hecate and her hounds by doing the same. Leave an offering for Hecate and one of her dogs. Leaving it out overnight is fine. Remove it in the morning. You can bury the remnants or throw it in the compost (if it’s compostable).

11. Locate the Dog Star

This is something fun to do in Hecate’s honor. Locate Sirius, the Dog Star, in the night sky. Use a mobile app like SkyView to locate Sirius, and if you can see it with the naked eye, gaze at it awhile. Feel Hecate’s energy radiating down from the night sky and pulsing through your veins. The star Sirius is her sacred star. Draw Sirius on your body somewhere in honor of the goddess.

(Video) 87. How to start working with Hekate - Interview with Cyndi Brannen, of "Keeping Her Keys" Part 1

12. Work With Her Allies

By working with and getting to know the witch Queen’s allies, you honor her. Study and invoke any or all of the following: Medea, Circe, Cybele, Artemis, Diana, Persephone, Demeter, and Dionysus. You’re not “cheating” on Hecate by working with other deities, especially if they are near and dear to the Queen of Witches.

13. Doings Things in 13’s

The Goddess of Witchcraft’s sacred number is thirteen. If you want to honor her, perform ritual steps in thirteen steps. Offer thirteen flowers to her. Give elaborate offerings or do ritual on the thirteenth of each month in her name. Say your prayers thirteen times. Etc. I’ve even found educating people on the sanctity of the number thirteen is a simple way to please the goddess. When people say the number thirteen is unlucky or evil, I remind them there are 13 lunar phases in a year. And that our ancient ancestors worked off of a lunar calendar before our modern one. In addition, women have 13 menstrual cycles in a year syncing with the 13 lunar phases.

14. Menstrual Magick

Hecate is a goddess of the life, death, rebirth cycle which means blood is sacred to her. And blood that particularly comes from the life-giving womb of a woman – menstrual blood. Some folks might feel strange about working with menstrual blood, and that’s okay. If you don’t have the stomach for it, consider tracking your menstrual cycles with a bracelet. Or honoring Hecate at the start of every period. Her presence is strong during this time in a woman’s life.

15. Divination

The Queen of Witches wouldn’t be the queen if she didn’t practice divination. Nearly every witch has his or her favorite method. If you have a favorite, use this to communicate with Hecate. With my deities, I dedicate a specific deck of cards to them. Dedicate a card deck or a bag of charms to talking directly to Hecate. And ONLY Hecate. You’ll see just how powerful your sessions with her become. This gives you a way to ask her questions directly and have her give you answers directly.

(Video) I Worked With a Goddess for 7 Months{Sorcery of Hekate review}

FAQs

What can Hecate do? ›

Abilities. Hecate possesses the standard powers of a Titaness and goddess. Mystiokinesis: As the Titaness of Magic, Hecate has divine authority and absolute control over magic, witchcraft, and sorcery. Her magic is weak in the daytime and strongest at night.

What does Hecate want from the witches? ›

Hecate wants the witches to meet Macbeth as she is planning for them to cast the spell on Macbeth that she has prepared. This spell would give Macbeth illusions and make him feel invincible thus being over-confident and leading to his downfall. In Macbeth it is evident that the witches speak in rhyming couplets.

What is sacred to Hecate? ›

The yew in particular was sacred to Hecate. Greeks held the yew to be sacred to Hecate... Her attendants draped wreathes of yew around the necks of black bulls which they slaughtered in her honor and yew boughs were burned on funeral pyres.

What are Hecate's special powers? ›

As the Olympian goddess of magic, Hecate is an extremely powerful sorceress and has been invoked by mortal magic users in the casting of spells. She can release powerful energy blasts, read other's thoughts, shape-shift, and alter the form of other people and objects.

What powers would a child of Hecate have? ›

Children of Hecate have the power of mystiokinesis, or the ability to manipulate magical energy. They do this by saying Ancient Greek or Latin phrases. 2. Children of Hecate have the power to invent their own spells, just by visualizing what they want the spell to do, and by making their own incantation.

How does Hecate speak? ›

How to Pronounce Hecate? (CORRECTLY) Greek Mythology ...

What is Hecate's personality? ›

When Persephone was lost, Hecate accompanied Demeter in searching for her. She is very independent, smart and quite mysterious.

What is Hecate's plan? ›

What is Hecate's plan for Macbeth? Hecate plans to show Macbeth 'visions' in order to give him false confidence and lead him into a state of madness and confusion.

What are the symbols of Hecate? ›

Hecate was represented as single-formed, clad in a long robe, holding burning torches; in later representations she was triple-formed, with three bodies standing back-to-back, probably so that she could look in all directions at once from the crossroads. She was accompanied by packs of barking dogs.

What are Hecate's weaknesses? ›

Hecate's only weakness is that she is extremely vulnerable to sunlight due to the curse bestowed upon her by Thoth. Hecate also has some degree of precognition.

Who is Hecate's love interest? ›

HECATE & HERMES

Hekate was probably described as the consort of Khthonian (Underworld) Hermes in the cults of Thessalian Pherai (Pherae) and Eleusis. Both gods were leaders of the ghosts of the dead, and were associated with the spring-time return of Persephone. Pausanias, Description of Greece 1.

What is Hecate's nickname? ›

Basic Information
NameHecate
NicknameHekate, Trivia(l Pursuit), White Magic Woman
SexFemale
Current cityThe Underworld

What are the three forms of Hecate? ›

Hecate Triformis, Hecate of the three faces or three forms, corresponding to the phases of the moon: dark, waxing, and waning. Hecate Triodos is the specific aspect presiding over crossroads.

What are the three faces of Hecate? ›

The three forms or three women that Hecate appears as (not the one woman with three heads on one body) a young maiden (the virign), a crone (the witch), and a mother.

Where do the witches meet Hecate? ›

Summary: Act 3, scene 5

Upon the stormy heath, the witches meet with Hecate, the goddess of witchcraft. Hecate scolds them for meddling in the business of Macbeth without consulting her but declares that she will take over as supervisor of the mischief.

Why is Hecate angry with the witches? ›

Who is Hecate and why is she angry? She's the goddess of witcraft. She is mad at the witches because they were medding in the business of Macbeth without consulting her.

Who was the ugliest god? ›

Hephaestus. Hephaestus is the son of Zeus and Hera. Sometimes it is said that Hera alone produced him and that he has no father. He is the only god to be physically ugly.

Does Aphrodite Like Hecate? ›

Hekate has an interesting relationship with Aphrodite. For me, I felt exasperated with Aphrodite's shenanigans, and yet also felt a respect for a fellow ancient energy, as though Aphrodite was the impulsive one who acts on whatever whim she feels, and Hekate is the one who has to clean up the mess.

What is Hecate's family tree? ›

Genealogy. According to Hesiod in his Theogony, Hecate is the daughter of Perses and Asteria, making her the granddaughter of the Titans Phoebe and Coeus. Euripides, on the other hand, mentions her mother is Leto. Other writers claim her as the daughter of Zeus and Demeter, Aristaion or Night.

What meter does Hecate speak in? ›

Oh, and (third) because when Hecate speaks, it's primarily in full iambic tetrameter (are the witches Hecate without her head?). Earlier in the discussions, I looked at the “Tomorrow…” speech, and got into some depth of meter on that one. I've been remiss and not hit some of the other major speeches thus far.

What does Hecate say is man's greatest enemy? ›

As you all know, overconfidence is man's greatest enemy.

What is the relationship between Hecate and the witches? ›

Hecate is the Witches' mistress. She appears briefly to scold them for dealing with Macbeth without her say so. She thinks Macbeth is ungrateful and doesn't deserve their help. She warns the Witches that she will set up illusions to confuse Macbeth and give him a false sense of security.

Is Hecate the triple moon goddess? ›

According to Robert Graves, Hecate was the "original" and most prominent ancient triple moon goddess. Hecate was represented in triple form from the early days of her worship.

Who is the most evil goddess? ›

Eris: The Evilest Greek Goddess. The devil is the personification of evil. In Greek, the term «διάβολος» derives from the Greek verb «διαβάλω» (to slander). It represents all negative feelings but primarily jealousy and power-seeking by creating division.

What religion worships Hecate? ›

Among the theories, the most popular is that Hecate was accepted into Greek religion from the Carians in Asia Minor. According to scholars, it is believed that the goddess came to Greece during the Archaic age. The presence of Hecatean worship in Caria is attested by the number of cult sites dedicated to the goddess.

Is Hekate associated with owls? ›

Sacred Birds: The owl which represents wisdom and far sightedness was associated with Hekate as she had the ability to see into three different directions at once and also had the ability to see and travel in the hidden realms.

Who is Hecate to Hades? ›

Hecate is Hades' best friend and works as his right hand as his Chief Assistant at Underworld Corp. After he made his sacrificed to Erebos, he woke up to see Hecate by his side and entertaining Kronos while Hades rested. He soon recognized who she was, and she would ask him how it felt to be King.

Does Hecate have any siblings? ›

As time passed, she became increasingly identified with the darkness of the Underworld and the art of sorcery. Hecate was the daughter of Perses, a brother of Astraeus, and Asteria, a sister of Leto.

Are Artemis and Hecate the same? ›

Hecate, Artemis and Selene are one in the same. Artemis is known as the Goddess of the Triple Aspect because she has three identities. Artemis is the virgin goddess of the hunt (Earth form), Selene is goddess of the moon (sky form) and Hecate is the goddess of witchcraft and the underworld (cthonian/underworld form).

Who was the ugliest god? ›

Hephaestus. Hephaestus is the son of Zeus and Hera. Sometimes it is said that Hera alone produced him and that he has no father. He is the only god to be physically ugly.

What are Hecate weaknesses? ›

Hecate's only weakness is that she is extremely vulnerable to sunlight due to the curse bestowed upon her by Thoth. Hecate also has some degree of precognition.

What is Hecate's personality? ›

When Persephone was lost, Hecate accompanied Demeter in searching for her. She is very independent, smart and quite mysterious.

Who was Hecate's lover? ›

Zeus lusted for her but she escaped and made it so the god of lighting and many others could not steal her love she had for her husband. Before Asteria turned into a island she was also not only the goddess of the stars but also knew how to read the stars.

Who was the prettiest goddess? ›

Aphrodite was the most beautiful of all the Goddesses and there are many tales of how she could encourage both Gods and humans to fall in love with her.

Who is the god of stupidity? ›

In Greek mythology, Koalemos (Ancient Greek: Κοάλεμος) was the god of stupidity, mentioned once by Aristophanes, and being found also in Parallel Lives by Plutarch. Coalemus is the Latin spelling of the name.

Who killed Aphrodite? ›

370 ff (trans. Lattimore) (Greek epic C8th B.C.) : "Bright Aphrodite [wounded at Troy by Diomedes fled back to Olympos and] fell at the knees of her mother, Dione, who gathered her daughter into her arms' fold and stroked her with her hand and called her by name and spoke to her : '. . .

What did Hecate wear? ›

Hekate was usually depicted in Greek vase painting as a woman holding twin torches. Sometimes she was dressed in a knee-length maiden's skirt and hunting boots, much like Artemis. In statuary Hekate was often depicted in triple form as a goddess of crossroads.

What religion worships Hecate? ›

Among the theories, the most popular is that Hecate was accepted into Greek religion from the Carians in Asia Minor. According to scholars, it is believed that the goddess came to Greece during the Archaic age. The presence of Hecatean worship in Caria is attested by the number of cult sites dedicated to the goddess.

Who is the most evil goddess? ›

Eris: The Evilest Greek Goddess. The devil is the personification of evil. In Greek, the term «διάβολος» derives from the Greek verb «διαβάλω» (to slander). It represents all negative feelings but primarily jealousy and power-seeking by creating division.

Who is Hecate and why is she angry? ›

Hecate is the mistress of the three witches or Weird Sisters. She is angry with the witches because they interacted with Macbeth and conjured a prophecy without her knowledge and consent, and she demands to control the second set of prophecies.

Does Aphrodite Like Hecate? ›

Hekate has an interesting relationship with Aphrodite. For me, I felt exasperated with Aphrodite's shenanigans, and yet also felt a respect for a fellow ancient energy, as though Aphrodite was the impulsive one who acts on whatever whim she feels, and Hekate is the one who has to clean up the mess.

What was Hecate's nickname? ›

Well, we know which witch this which is: Hecate, Greek goddess of witchcraft, magic, and the crossroads.
...
Basic Information.
NameHecate
NicknameHekate, Trivia(l Pursuit), White Magic Woman
SexFemale
Current cityThe Underworld

Who is Hecate to Hades? ›

Hecate is Hades' best friend and works as his right hand as his Chief Assistant at Underworld Corp. After he made his sacrificed to Erebos, he woke up to see Hecate by his side and entertaining Kronos while Hades rested. He soon recognized who she was, and she would ask him how it felt to be King.

Is Hecate the triple moon goddess? ›

According to Robert Graves, Hecate was the "original" and most prominent ancient triple moon goddess. Hecate was represented in triple form from the early days of her worship.

Lilith.. Work with the owl familiar spirit (or the Owl spirit guide ) in your practice to honor Lilith and explore the occult mysteries.. I don’t recommend invoking Lilith into your rituals until you’ve gotten to know her intimately.. I’m not sure if this is the connection to vampirism or something else, but one thing is for sure – if you’re working with Lilith the goddess, consider working with the bat spirit guide as well.. She is a powerful, ancient goddess.

Here are our top 20+ witchcraft symbols including Elder futhark runes, modern Wiccan symbols, and ancient symbols and how to use them in your practice.. Sometimes we have a past life connection with a symbol, and sometimes the symbol represents an energy we need in our lives.. The Triple Moon is a popular modern witchcraft symbol, also known as the Goddess symbol.. It is protective and some use it as a symbol of the goddess.. The Triskele as a witchcraft symbol represents the cycle of life, death and rebirth.. The Eye of Horus is a symbol used by modern witches who feel a connection to Ancient Egypt.. It is a favorite witchcraft symbol in stregheria and protects its wearer from dark magic.. Wear this witchcraft symbol if you are of Italian descent or need strong protection against dark witches.. Modern witches often use Algiz as a protective symbol, as the elk was a powerful creature.. The Tree of Life also called the World Tree is a popular witchcraft symbol for many reasons.. And therefore, any symbol that represents or originates because of the moon is a powerful symbol to use.. Technically it’s not a witchcraft symbol but a religious Icelandic symbol that’s also called the Viking Compass.. Many witches and deities find the key to be a powerful symbol that represents access to other worlds and realms.. A symbol that’s been misunderstood for decades as a white supremacist symbol is the Valknut.. Originally a “Wiccan” symbol, the symbol for the Horned God is a circle with a crescent moon on top.

Selene was more than just a lunar goddess, she was the embodiment of the moon and its light.. Eos represented the warm light that could be seen coming up above the horizon before the sun appeared in full.. Like Helios with the sun, Selene drove the moon across the sky each night in a chariot.. Her appearance matched the night sky she drove through.. She began to do this every night, leaving her chariot behind and making the sky dark with her absence.. Zeus put Endymion into an eternal sleep so the goddess could see him forever as a beautiful young man.. Although Endymion slept for eternity, many sources said Selene continued to see him.. Selene was not the only goddess the Greeks associated with the moon.. She and her brother did not just pull the chariots of their respective orbs through the sky.. Certain types of insanity were said to be brought on by the moon’s influence, and it was believed that Selene had the power to create lunacy with purpose.. Her sister Eos was the light of dawn and their brother Helios drew the chariot of the sun across the sky each day.. Selene was the goddess of the moon.. While there were many goddesses associated with the moon and lunar powers, Selene personified the moon and its light.

However, when faced with an obstacle or emergency, they’d call on the help of travel deities, gods, goddesses, spirits, mythological figures, and patron saints – whoever fit the bill.. Here are the travel gods, goddesses, and other deities to cry out to while on the road:. Together, these two travel deities watch over journeyers, whether traveling alone or traveling in a group , Abeona on the departure, and Adiona on the return.. Apollo , the famous Greek god, was a deity of many things, but travelers would often seek his favor as he drove the chariot of the sun.. Dōsojin are travel deities in Shinto that protect borders and upon whom travelers would seek protection.. Fortuna Redux , one aspect of the goddess Fortuna in Roman mythology was similar to Adiona, being another goddess for the Romans to call on for a safe return journey.. Hasamelis was a Mesopotamian god of travelers; some say he would even offer travelers a cloak of invisibility as protection on their expeditions.. Hecate is the Greek Goddess of Crossroads , and she protects travelers from evil on the road.. K’uei-Hsing , also known as Chung-Kuei , was the Chinese god of travel and offered the ancient Chinese protection on their journeys.. Khonsu , the Egyptian god of the moon, not only assisted the ancient Egyptians in their voyages, but his name actually means “traveler.” Definitely one of the travel deities to know.. Meili – In old Norse paganism, Meili was a god who is thought to be their god of travel.. Mercury was yet another Roman god who aided travelers, and perhaps the patron deity of travel.. Neptune was the god of sea travel in ancient Roman mythology, and seafaring Romans sought his favor before undertaking voyages on the seas.. Xaman Ek was an ancient Mayan god of travelers, particularly merchants, who would give offerings to him while traveling.. Did we miss any gods or goddesses of adventure or travel or deities of protection?

This is one of the most popular voodoo spells that you can cast on someone you want to punish.. If you wish to punish someone in ways they will never forget, then you should consider casting the “change your enemy into anything” spell.. If you wish to punish someone in ways they will never forget, then you should consider casting the “change your enemy into anything” spell.. Even though this spell isn’t as powerful as the rest, it has been known to effectively punish someone who hurt you.. All you’ll need to do believing in the spell, then walking towards your enemy or someone you want to punish and then proceed with chanting quietly.. For this revenge voodoo or spell to work, you need a candle which you’ll light then seat before it.. That’s how the spell will work, whether it’s meant for a lover who hurt you or is looking to get back at someone who hurt you.. This spell will make him or her sick.. If you want to hurt someone in the name of revenge, you can never run out of spells to use on them.. Once you are done with this spell, the next step is what will make things difficult for the person who makes you sick.. In order to use a spell to punish someone you hate or someone who has wronged you, you’ll be required to learn about the rituals.

Here are some of the more famous pagan symbols as well as some other esoteric symbols that have become very popular in recent years.. Pentacle Triple Moon Eye of Horus Ankh Hecate's Wheel Triquetra Triskele Setogram (Faery Star) Spiral Goddess Labyrinth Air Earth Fire Water Horned god Eye of Ra Black Sun (Schwarze Sonne) Helm of Awe (Ægishjálmr) Tree of Life Mandala Rod of Asclepius Caduceus Ouroboros Thor's Hammer (Mjölnir) Flower of Life Valknut. The wheel is used to symbolize the power of knowledge and life and is a popular symbol in feminist traditions.. The symbol of earth is also sometimes used to symbolize Mother Earth.. The symbols below are not associated with ancient pagan symbols, but they are used in modern occult and pagan rituals.. Try pagan symbols or book of shadows symbols.. Answer: I have not seen this symbol before, but would guess that its meaning is similar to the triple goddess symbol in represent the three aspects of the goddess and women (maiden, mother and crone) and how they are distinct phases but also one.. Question: What is the symbol that looks like a double-cross with the infinity symbol at the bottom?. I want to know if you are selling stuff on this or are you selling in books to do with pagan symbols and rituals and what they actually mean cos I am interested I'm not a religious person I take bits and pieces from all other religions suited for myself I want to see what paganism has for me and what I can offer me I'm very open minded person yeah interested to learn. I found a candle holder with 3 black Egyptian cats with symbols and I can't seem to find the meaning of the symbols and why this holder came to me.

The powers of Zeus come from the king of all Gods.. He has two powerful brothers Zeus (king of all the gods) and Hades (lord of the underworld).. It is also believed that the Athena was the favourite daughter of God Zeus.. He is one of the Geek Gods that can challenge other Gods and even punished multiple times by Zeus by taking away most of his powers.. Apolo is one of the most beloved Gods among all Greek Gods because he is God of light and Sun.. Aphrodite was one of the most beautiful Greek Gods and there are many myths about God in the ancient Greek storytellers.. Persephone also is known as Kore was one of the Greek Gods And Goddesses of vegetation especially grains.. Pan is one of the Greek Gods And Goddesses of nature and pasturelands.

6 - Dolores This Spanish name sadly means "lady of sorrows" – you don't want your little girl to become one of those, do you?!. 7 - Emily Emily is an English version of the Latin Aemilila, which comes from the word for "rival".. 8 - Hecate This Greek goddess of witchcraft is probably not a good omen for your little'un.. 9 - Kennedy A unisex name of Celtic and Gaelic origin, and is often a surname too – meaning "deformed head".. 10 - Keres This Greek baby name means "evil spirits" – eek!

The name of this god of death itself translates to ‘death’ in Greek.. The honor of being the god of death was granted to Yama as according to Hindu mythology, Yama was the very first human to die and found his way to the Underworld where he became the ruler of the dead.. One of the most revered gods, the Morrighan is the goddess of war, strife, battle, death, and fertility according to Celtic mythology.. Osiris is the god of death and the underworld but he is also regarded as the god of transition, regeneration, and resurrection.. The lioness-headed goddess of war and destruction was formed from the divine eye of Ra, the god of the sun, who initially formed her to end humanity’s evil but eventually transformed her into a gentler goddess Hathor.. The god of death and destruction is also the bringer of death, ills, diseases, and every evil in the world.. Mictlantecuhtli is known as the Mexican God of Death or the Aztec God of Death.

The ancient Greeks believed that the goddess Iris would lead the dead women to the Underworld.. “For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a whale, so will the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.” Matthew 12:40. The third day of the Chinese New Year is often called the “Squabbling Day”.. The tree with the golden apples was a gift from Gaia (mother Earth) to Hera (queen goddess) when she married Zeus (chief god).. In Norse myth the three brothers, Odin, Vili and Ve, killed the first living monster called Ymir and created the world from his body parts.

Videos

1. Who is Hekate? The Goddess of Witchcraft
(Scarlet Ravenswood)
2. Goddess Hecate Calling You?? Hekate Witchcraft
(House of Witchcraft)
3. Hecate 101| Offering & Ritual Ideas | How To Work With Hecate | Emily Golding
(TheLifeofEm)
4. The 'Hidden Truth' About Hecate That No One Talks About! | Seeing owls everywhere & Luciferianism 🦉
(The Owl Goddess)
5. Hecate Mother Goddess Of Witchcraft And Magick
(Primordial Chaos)
6. Hekate -The Liminal Goddess and Shadow Work
(Mystical Witch School)

You might also like

Latest Posts

Article information

Author: Stevie Stamm

Last Updated: 06/27/2022

Views: 5893

Rating: 5 / 5 (80 voted)

Reviews: 95% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Stevie Stamm

Birthday: 1996-06-22

Address: Apt. 419 4200 Sipes Estate, East Delmerview, WY 05617

Phone: +342332224300

Job: Future Advertising Analyst

Hobby: Leather crafting, Puzzles, Leather crafting, scrapbook, Urban exploration, Cabaret, Skateboarding

Introduction: My name is Stevie Stamm, I am a colorful, sparkling, splendid, vast, open, hilarious, tender person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.