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 recounted by Medea, a feature shared by many Underworld goddesses such as the Erinyes and Persephone. She stands flanked by two powerful herbs, aconite and datura, whose history stretches far back into antiquity. Honor this powerful goddess and let Her preside over all your magical endeavors!
"O Hekate! grave three-faced queen of these charms of enchanters and enchanters, arts!" -Medea, Ovid, Metamorphosis
Statue measures 6" W x 11" H, made from cold cast resin, painted bronze.