The Temple of Hekate

Exploring the Goddess Hekate Through Ritual, Meditation and Divination
 
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Well it has been a long time in the coming, but my book is finally here, I got a copy in my hands a week or so ago, and I would be lying if I said I wasn’t just a little taken with it. The journey to the completion of this project has been a difficult one, yet another example of how Hekate always asks for more than you think you can give, but never more than you are capable of.As per usual, I always foolishly hope that when I complete a project in her name, it will allow me some breathing space, and as always, she always finds a way of getting just a little bit more from me, and always in the most unusual ways, but that is another post for another time.

The reason this book means so much to me, is that I am not a natural writer, it does not always come easily or readily to me; and in a world full of aspiring writers many of whom you can now find inhabiting social networking sites such as Facebook, Google+ and Twitter promoting thier skills, the idea of writing down what I had learnt and what I knew was, well just a little overwhelming, to be honest. The only thing that I clung onto to preserve my sanity was a fragment of something I had read years earlier, although where I cannot now remember; the fragment was, “there is one book in everybody”. And apparently this adage may be true.

I do hope people will enjoy my work, and I look forward to hearing peoples stories and experiences from the exercises that I have included; I always feel that we never stop learning and I hope to learn as much from those who read my work as I hope they will learn from me.

6 thoughts on “The Temple of Hekate

  1. Ashtoreth Eldritch

    Tara, I finished reading The Temple of Hekate today and it has blown me away! I love it and am looking forward to using it as a workbook now. This will be an interesting and productive cycle for me.

    Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom, knowledge, and experience with us all.

  2. Tara Post author

    I am so glad you’ve enjoyed it, thanks so much for the review you wrote, I’ve just read it 😀
    I look forward to your feedback regarding the practical exercises too.

    xXx

  3. Susan

    Many congratulations on ‘The Temple of Hekate’, Tara. I have read it twice and am now working through the suggestions and information for ritual, and knowledge to enhance my ritual. It is one of the best and most mature approaches to Hekate and ritual for Hekate, and a more general application for pagan ritual I have come across. Many thanks for sharing your time, knowledge, and energy.

  4. Albert

    Tara, I am looking for a good all-round intro to Hekatean ritual and I think I’ve found it. Although I can only speak for myself I’m sure there must be others out there who would appreciate your review of: 1) Mark Alan Smith, Queen of Hell; and, 2) B. Morlan, Hecatean Magick. Thanks for your consideration.

  5. Leslie

    Hi, your book is fabulous! I learned a lot and I use it all the time! ( every day ^^)
    Thank you for sharing your knowledge. I really love this book and if I could give stars for a review, it would be unlimited!
    For me it is a must-read, and each time I read it again, it is like I discover another thing that I didn’t notice before. As I use to forget everything ( my brain is l azy sometimes) I read it again and again to be able to absorb all informations in it. Really good book! Thank you. Regards, Leslie

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