Some of the Witchcraft/Magickal Correspondence for Hekate or Hecate

From wytchymystique.com

Her Story: 

Hecate is one of the triple goddesses, often depicted in art as a single body with three heads.  She is the goddess of witchcraft; the moon; the spirit realm; nature and night visions; considered protectress of the Witches.  She also protects women in childbirth, is the guardian of the spirit world, and “Queen of the Crossroads”– a place of dark magic, spiritual wisdom, and terrible power.
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The moon’s shadow fell as a pattern on the dirt road beneath the trees.  The young woman’s cloak hid her face as she leaned on her knees to dig a small hole, depositing a knotted scarf holding herbs and stones, a tiny carved image, and her menstrual blood.  Her lips moved silently as she invoked the presence of Hecate.

As the young woman covered her sacred bundle with earth and rose from her knees, the sound of a hound baying at the moon echoed in the distance.  The breeze picked up, moving the tree limbs above, shifting the shadows on the road into eerie patterns.  A chill ran up the woman’s spine, and she gathered her cloak more tightly about her shoulders, shivering with the knowledge that the great goddess Hecate was moving through the crossroads.

Embracing the Goddess:

Don’t be afraid to stand up for yourself.  So often women are under the impression that someone else is responsible for their protection, but this isn’t true.  We’re responsible for protecting ourselves, and sometimes this can mean making difficult decisions.

Hecate’s correspondences:

Herbs: garlic, lavender, honey
Animal: dog
Color: purple
Planet: Jupiter
Day: Thursday
Element: Earth
Feminine Face: Crone
Symbols: a torch; a dagger; the crossroads;
the moon; the serpent; fire

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