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Originally posted by Cuervo
Originally posted by Rapha
Originally posted by Katharos62191
reply to post by Unity_99
My Avatar is actually Hecate holding her 3 headed dogs..
Interesting, i always thought it was Cerberus, the 3 headed guard dog to that dry, dusty, desolate wasteland, Hades.
You are right. But to the right of Cerberus (out of frame) is Hecate. And, if you look at the whole picture, Herekles is on the left.
Originally posted by Unity_99
When you create memes and clusters and spells, you do not use the full meanign or a whole dictionary definition of a Goddess, or a Term, you use aspects of it.
I myself do not follow information on hectate, except in terms of the picture that ties this event into the Statue of Liberty.
That creates their standing wave, their spell, for spell casting seems to be Hacking a computer system, to me anyway.
Now, as to your avatar, what I note is horns, aka saturn, the ancient statues of moses even had horns, and Osirus by default is tied in.
So without confuting how your avatar relates to your beliefs in this goddess, and without even going into what she may have originally stood for outside of all the gnosis, for there are distortions and some of these are truly Light, and I would if using this symbolically, cast off the dark squares in the duality and only see the light ones, and therefore in purity she may be representing mother, who the true Light Beings we call angels, the true hero's and protectors, serve on bended knee, not because they worship or are subjegated, but because they are weak kneed with Love for Mother.
However, with all the associations put on all these terms, I refuse to go near them. I love the Family of Love and Goodness beyond any codings found in those words, the meaning with the purest intent of my heart, and this includes Mom and Dad!
But I can say that that particular avatar to me, has an association, a layer of meaning, that would put it with Capricorn or Saturn, and horns. And thus try to overtake Mom with patriarchy, and inequality.
A bit like this:
Originally posted by Unity_99
The target here was not the west coast of BC, but relates to the Hurricane Sandy, and NYC, where the statue liberty is, and would fall into holding off the election possibly. I do suspect HAARP is involved in both this earthquake and the Hurricane.
2012-10-29 00:18:50.7 52.64 N 130.99 W 10 4.1 HECATE STRAIT REGION, CANADA
2012-10-28 23:55:02.5 53.01 N 131.28 W 10 4.1 HECATE STRAIT REGION, CANADA
4.1 2012/10/29 00:18:51 52.637 -130.987 10.0 HECATE STRAIT REGION, CANADA
4.1 2012/10/28 23:55:02 53.010 -131.283 10.1 HECATE STRAIT REGION, CANADA
The theonym [C]ernunnos appears on the Pillar of the Boatmen, a Gallo-Roman monument dating to the early 1st century CE, to label a god depicted with stag's antlers in their early stage of annual growth. Both antlers have torcs hanging from them.
The name has been compared to a divine epithet Carnonos in a Celtic inscription written in Greek characters at Montagnac, Hérault (as καρνονου, karnonou, in the dative case). A Gallo-Latin adjective carnuātus, "horned," is also found.
The Proto-Celtic form of the theonym is reconstructed as either *Cerno-on-os[dubious – discuss] or *Carno-on-os. The augmentative -on- is characteristic of theonyms, as in Maponos, Epona, Matronae, and Sirona. Maier (2010) states that the etymology of Cernunnos is unknown, as the Celtic word for "horn" has an a (as in Carnonos).
Gaulish karnon "horn" is cognate with Latin cornu and Germanic *hurnaz, English horn, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *k̑r̥no-. The etymon karn- "horn" appears in both Gaulish and Galatian branches of Continental Celtic. Hesychius of Alexandria glosses the Galatian word karnon (κάρνον) as "Gallic trumpet", that is, the Celtic military horn listed as the carnyx (κάρνυξ) by Eustathius of Thessalonica, who notes the instrument's animal-shaped bell. The root also appears in the names of Celtic polities, most prominent among them the Carnutes, meaning something like "the Horned Ones," and in several personal names found in inscriptions.
Definition of GENERATIVE
: having the power or function of generating, originating, producing, or reproducing
The crone is a stock character in folklore and fairy tale, an old woman. In some stories, she is disagreeable, malicious, or sinister in manner, often with magical or supernatural associations that can make her either helpful or obstructing. The Crone is also an archetypal figure, a Wise Woman. She is marginalized by her exclusion from the reproductive cycle, and her proximity to death places her in contact with occult wisdom. As a character type, the crone shares characteristics with the hag.
Originally posted by FriedBabelBroccoli
Saying the poster has no understanding of what they are speaking of is way of base. It may not follow your specific practice of the craft however it does embody the essential concepts of spiritual workings. He correctly identifies Hecate as an associate of Saturnian nature in that her first tri-faced form was found before a temple of Nike. Her association with serpents usually associating her with magic and knowledge of the stars (ourouboros being the milky way).