Hecate Goddess of Magic Triple Amethyst Medallion Necklace

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Goddess of Magic, Witchcraft, the Night, and Crossroads

Hecate is one of the most mysterious and revered figures in Greek mythology. First mentioned circa 700 BCE by Hesiod, Hecate is the ancient Greek goddess of magic and the night, though she later came to be associated with boundaries and crossroads. 

Hecate is a Titan, one of the gods who ruled the universe before the Olympians came to power. Zeus, the new king of the gods, respected Hecate so much that he allowed her alone to retain her powers after the fall of the Titans. Hesiod tells us that Zeus "gave her splendid gifts - to have a share of the earth and of the barren sea, and from the starry sky as well she has a share in honor, and is honored most of all by the immortal gods."

Hecate is primarily the goddess of magic, and was called upon by ancient sorceresses to empower their spells and rituals. As a goddess of the night, she is often depicted on ancient pottery bearing torches to guide mortals through the darkness. As the goddess of crossroads, she is usually sculpted as a three-faced figure, known as the Threefold Hecate; each face gazing out at the horizon and watching over travelers. In this pendant, we gave Hecate three amethysts in her crown to symbolize her three vigilant faces.

Hecate is the talisman for those at a crossroads in life, who need guidance in the dark, and who call upon her immortal magic. 

Product Details

  • Three ethically-sourced natural amethysts
  • 1 inch diameter
  • 18 inch rolo chain

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