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Hecate Plaque 4 1/4

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Hecate, the maiden-matron-crone holding triple sway over heaven, earth, and underworld. Her torch of lunar fire, serpent of immortality and knife of midwifery imbued her with primal power, especially in Greek, Egyptian and Celtic cultures. Christian tradition diabolized her as queen of witches to obscure her importance to the agrarian societies of medieval Europe as a source of healing magic.Size; 4...

Hecate Plaque 6 1/2

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Goddess of the Night In these midnight colors, the Triple Goddess reveals her wisdom and healer aspects, which were vital to midwives and common people well into the Middle Ages. Hecate embodies the original Holy Trinity who held sway over heaven, earth and the underworld. Her torch of lunar fire, serpent of immortality, and knife of midwifery imbued her with...

Hecate Triple Goddess Plaque/Statue

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Hecate, the maiden-matron-crone holding triple sway over heaven, earth, and underworld. Her torch of lunar fire, serpent of immortality and knife of midwifery imbued her with primal power, especially in Greek, Egyptian and Celtic cultures. Christian tradition diabolized her as queen of witches to obscure her importance to the agrarian societies of medieval Europe as a source of healing magic.Size; 11...

Hekate

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Designed by Jeff Cullen No goddess has been associated with witchcraft more than the goddess Hekate. Her mighty lamps hold the Witch Flame, a power She bestows upon Her followers. Here She is depicted as Unconquerable Queen of Witches crowned in the crescent moon and star, Her ancient symbol from Byzantine. She bares Her breasts, a sacred ritual of witchcraft...

Hera

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Known as Queen of the Gods.  She is Regal and powerful, she holds a flowering apple branch from her western orchard of immortality. Romans worshipped her as Juno. Amazon priestesses fought for matriarchy in Hera's name as recently as the time of Herodotus (450 BCE).As Goddesses everywhere lost power, Hera was forced into marriage with Zeus, but retained her position...