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Hec·a·te or Hek·a·te (h k -t , h k t). n. Greek Mythology.

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STRANGE BREW Hecate's Golden Eye St
1933076550 ISBN-13: 978-1933076553. STRANGE BREW - Hecate's Golden Eye St. Martin's Griffin 2009.
Valleys on Hecates Tholus, Mars: origin by basal melting of summit
flanks [1][2][3][4]. Hecates Tholus, 31.6ºN, 150ºE flank of Hecates Tholus volcano.
Erosion by flowing Martian lava: New insights for Hecates Tholus
Hecate's Fountain - Kenneth Grant.pdf -
Apr 21, 2011 Hecate's Fountain - Kenneth Grant.pdf - http://www.

Suggested News Resources

Witchcraft and Television
If we even suggest that we need to remind people we're not setting up ray-beam barriers around our shops and bringing dead budgies back to life we've already lost all credibility – Hecate's recent “framing” post should tell anyone that much.

Suggested Web Resources

Hecate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hecate or Hekate is a chthonic Greco-Roman goddess associated with magic, witchcraft, necromancy, and crossroads.
Hecate's Cauldron
The Goddess Hecate
The Goddess Hecate is a Triple Goddess in her own right.
Hecate, Greek Goddess of The Crossroads
Hecate, Greek Goddess of The Crossroads. Myths and symbols of the goddess Hecate and other goddesses.
Hecate Software, Inc.
ABOUT HECATE SOFTWARE Today, as never before industry finds itself at such a crossroad -- a crossroad of high technology.

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