Hecate

[n] - (Greek mythology) Greek goddess of fertility who later became associated with Persephone as goddess of the underworld and protector of witches
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Hecate

In Greek mythology, the goddess of the underworld and magic arts. Her association with night led to her identification with the goddesses Selene and
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Hecate was a Greek goddess of the moon and spirits. Dogs were sacred to her.
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HMS Hecate is a British Hecla Class survey ship of 1915 tons displacement, which along with her sister ships HMS Hecla and HMS Hydra, was the first Royal Navy ship to be designed with a combined oceanographical and hydrographic role. HMS Hecate is powered by three Paxman Ventura 12-cylinder Vee turbocharged diesel engines providing a top speed of 1...
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Hecate

Hecate (hek'utē, hek'it) , in Greek religion and mythology, goddess of ghosts and witchcraft. Originally she seems to have been an extremely powerful and benevolent goddess, identified with three other goddesses—Selene (in heaven), Artemis (on earth), and Persephone (in the under...
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Hecate

In Greek mythology, the goddess of the underworld and magic arts. Her association with night led to her identification with the goddesses Selene and Artemis. She is first mentioned by Hesiod as having universal power to confer wealth and all the blessings of daily life. Ovid depicted her in Fasti with three bodies and heads, stan...
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[journal] ``Hecate: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Women`s Liberation`` is an Australian feminist academic journal. It is currently published by Hecate Press, in association with the Centre for Women, Gender, Culture and Social Change Research, in the School of English, Media Studies and Art History at the University of Queensland. Its cur...
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[musician] Rachael Kozak, better known by her stage name Hecate, is an American-Austrian experimental industrial and breakcore musician based in Berlin, Germany. Her stage name originates from Hecate, the Greek goddess of sorcery. Kozak uses sexuality as a major topic in her music (such as in the tracks `Hecate Jacks Off The Jackal` and `Th...
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===Goddess of the crossroads=== Cult images and altars of Hecate in her triplicate or trimorphic form were placed at three-way crossroads (though they also appeared before private homes and in front of city gates). In this form she came to be known as the goddess Trivia `the three ways` in Roman mythology. In what appears to be a 7th-century ind.....
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Hecate

crossroads crone and goddess of witches and borderlines and boundaries. She also grants victory and gifts to those who ask earnestly and who honor her. She avenges the mistreatment of women.
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Hecate

Goddess of sorcery and witchcraft.
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Hecate

a goddess of the moon, earth, and underground realm of the dead, later regarded as the goddess of sorcery and witchcraft.
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Hecate

(52) goddess of witchcraft
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