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Hecate's Sacrifice By Brian Johnston
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Time is running out for Hecate, queen of witches; to live, she must find a suitable sacrifice and vessel for her soul. So when Elena miraculously survives the Black Death, she is plunged into a... More > dangerous world of witchcraft and demons, where she must learn the skills of a warrior and the arts of a sorcerer. Aided by her friends Armando, a soldier and Khalid, an alchemist, Elena must fend off Hecate’s acolytes and her legions of fire demons, until she can discover a way to destroy the great witch. A deadly game of cat and mouse ensues, which takes Elena from medieval Florence, to Constantinople, Rome, feudal Japan and Elizabethan England. Along the way, she transforms into a formidable warrior, well versed in dark magic and psychic martial arts. But will that be enough, when she faces Hecate in a final reckoning before the sacrificial alter at Baalbek?< Less
Hecate - The Witches' Goddess By Gary R. Varner
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For the most part Hecate is seen today as the Goddess of Witches and Sorcery—but this wasn’t always so. Hecate was at one time both protectress of women and children and Goddess of Death.... More > She was, in her trinity aspect, goddess of fertility and prosperity, Goddess of the Moon, and Queen of Ghosts, shades and the night. It is interesting that she was seen both as the goddess of fertility and life as well as death. “Hekate can poison as well as intoxicate,” wrote Nor Hall, “turn ecstasy into madness, and cause death where incubation—or a short journey—was intended.” This book will examine her many facets and bring about a truer sense of the primal goddess known as “The Distant One” and “The Nameless One.” One of her titles places these in a softer light, for she was also called “most lovely one.”< Less
Hecate - The Witches' Goddess By Gary R. Varner
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For the most part Hecate is seen today as the Goddess of Witches and Sorcery—but this wasn’t always so. Hecate was at one time both protectress of women and children and Goddess of Death.... More > She was, in her trinity aspect, goddess of fertility and prosperity, Goddess of the Moon, and Queen of Ghosts, shades and the night. It is interesting that she was seen both as the goddess of fertility and life as well as death. “Hekate can poison as well as intoxicate,” wrote Nor Hall, “turn ecstasy into madness, and cause death where incubation—or a short journey—was intended.” This book will examine her many facets and bring about a truer sense of the primal goddess known as “The Distant One” and “The Nameless One.” One of her titles places these in a softer light, for she was also called “most lovely one.”< Less
HECATE'S WOMB (and other essays) By Jason Perdue
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"HECATE'S WOMB (and other essays)" is a text that delves into a variety of techniques of Sex Magick. The sexual arts contained therein range from solitary rites of Auto-erotica to the... More > Sacred Sexual Union of the Magickal Lovers. The other essays contain a vast array of knowledge in subjects such as Tarot and the Qabalah, among other themes. For the student of Thelema and other branches of the occult, this is an ideal text for both study and practice. The reader who is both fond and familiar with such Adepts such as Aleister Crowley, Jack Parsons, Austin Osman Spare, and Sir Richard Francis Burton would certainly appreciate this humble offering of "forbidden knowledge". "Hecate's Womb" is one of the most comprehensive, attractive and infernally beautiful works on the aformentioned subjects to date. A must have for students of Thelema/occult!< Less
BOOK OF THE WITCH MOON Hecate Edition By Michael W. Ford
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HARDBACK HECATE EDITION of the BOOK OF THE WITCH MOON (Choronzon Edition). The Choronzon Edition of BOOK OF THE WITCH MOON presents the forbidden works of Chaos, Vampiric and Luciferian Sorcery. ... More > Containing a grimoire outlining the dark feminine current of HECATE, the book outlines the practice of Satanic or Luciferian Witchcraft from a Cunning craft viewpoint. Witch Moon explores ritual and dream Lycanthropy, Chaos Sorcery and Luciferian Ritual practice. The foundation of Book of the Witch Moon is in the darksome practice of Vampirism and Predatory Spirituality. The Nine Angles and the Trapezoid workings, inspired by Anton LaVey and presented around the cult of Daeva-Yasna, the persian demon-sorcery of Yatuk Dinoih.Illustrated Elda Isela Ford Nathaniel Harris (Author of WITCHA - Book of Cunning) and various other sources.< Less
HECATE'S WOMB (and other essays) By Jason Perdue
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"HECATE'S WOMB (and other essays)" is a text that delves into a variety of techniques of Sex Magick. The sexual arts contained therein range from solitary rites of Auto-erotica to the... More > Sacred Sexual Union of the Magickal Lovers. The other essays contain a vast array of knowledge in subjects such as Tarot and the Qabalah, among other themes. For the student of Thelema and other branches of the occult, this is an ideal text for both study and practice. The reader who is both fond and familiar with such Adepts such as Aleister Crowley, Jack Parsons, Austin Osman Spare, and Sir Richard Francis Burton would certainly appreciate this humble offering of "forbidden knowledge". "Hecate's Womb" is one of the most comprehensive, attractive and infernally beautiful works on the aformentioned subjects to date. A must have for students of Thelema/occult!< Less
A Bargain With Hecate: 5 Short Stories By Jim Gardner
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Delivery: A germaphobe rushes home from an odd encounter in the store only to find the real monsters are already inside. A Bargain with Hecate: The sun vanishes over the valley when three mysterious... More > trees appear. One by one, the village leaders begin to die. A pagan who speaks a lost language may hold the only key. The Forgetters: One act of passive revenge has very aggressive consequences. Chevelle: An eccentric, old veteran remains on the ground level while everyone else opts for the new sky pods that promise luxury, convenience and pleasure. One of his lofty neighbors suspects the old man harbors dark secrets from the war. Red Bird, Blue Bird: A southern Illinois gothic tale. Josiah staggers down a dirt lane in search of something he lost. Signs both real and imagined warn him of what he may lose when he stops to help a lost old timer.< Less
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