November 16, 2019

Torching Trump on Hecate Night

So it is November the 16th.  This is the day Pagan's call Hecate Night.  The legend goes that St. Edmund, the king of East Anglia was killed by Danish archers and then beheaded.  In the tradition of Saxon magic kingship, his severed head was guarded by a wolf until it and his body were recovered and later buried in Suffolk. Sunset marks the beginning of this magical night. 

Now for those of you practicing rituals tonight, remember, as stated in her book "Pagan Every Day," by Barbara Andinger:

Older than the Olympians, Hecate comes from Thrace.  Hesiod says she's the daughter of the Titans Perses and Asteria, both representatives of shining light, which tells us that she was not originally Shakespeare's dark and midnight hag.  In early Greek art, in fact, she's Hecate Phorphoros, "the Light Bringer," a beautiful maiden holding two torches. 

Another of Hecate's titles is Propylaia, "the One Before the Gate," guardian of our space, whether at home or where three roads meet.  She's also Hecate Propolos, "she Who Leads" us through the darkness of the underworld and the mysteries.  Denise Dumars and Lori Nyx write, "When you access darkness, you access power, and it is up to you what you do with it.  It can consume you, like a black hole in space, or it can set you free."
So what's this got to do with anything on the eve of President Trump's Impeachment?  

You guessed it: Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats are Hecate Phorphoros, the Light Bringers on Donald Trump's corruption.

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