Monday, May 13, 2013


"Satan here held his Babylonish court, and in the blood of stainless childhood the leprous limbs of phosphorescent Lilith were laved. Incubi and succubae howled praise to Hecate, and headless moon-calves bleated to the Magna Mater."
H.P. Lovecraft, The Horror At Red Hook

 "Torch-bearing Hekate holy daughter of great-bosomed Nyx."
Bacchylides, The Poems and Fragments

"He (Odysseus) shall pour on the shore offerings for thee, unhappy one, fearing the anger of the three-necked goddess (Hekate), for that he shall hurl the first stone at thy (Hekabe's) stoning and begin the dark sacrifice to Haides."
Lycophron, The Alexandra

O three-formed (triformis) Hecate, and ye gods by whose divinity Jason swore to me ... I have yet curse more dire to call down on my husband – may he live."
Lucius Annaeus Senecca, Medea

"In appearance she was frightful, and serpents hung hissing around her shoulders."

Lewis Spence, An Encyclopedia Of Occultism

"Some people claimed that Hecate stood 100 feet tall and roamed the countryside with a pack of wild hounds."
Mysteries Of the Unknown-Witches and Witchcraft

"Hecate was a pagan moon-goddess so powerful that fear of her cruel ways extended even into Christian times. Keeper of the keys to hell, she was called the Mother Of Witches and the Queen Of Ghosts."
The Enchanted World, Night Creatures


1 comment:

  1. Hey welcome back, Yog. Looks good so far, can't wait to see the other new arrivals. Cheers!!