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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 65, Hecate Summary & Analysis

Merlin Stone
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Chapter 65, Hecate Summary and Analysis

Hecate is the Goddess of witches and magic. She is "the dark side of the moon." At times Hecate is associated with the Greek Persephone, Queen of the Dead. She is depicted as an amphibian being that walks on dry land. She holds the reins to the moon. Hecate brings birth and rebirth. Dogs are most sacred to her as she is affiliated with the Dog Star, Sirius. It is possible that Hecate is another aspect of Isis or possibly Artemis.

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