Stephen Ronan [editor]. The Goddess Hekate: Studies in Ancient Pagan and Christian Religion & Philosophy. Volume 1. Hastings: Chthonios Books, 1992. First edition. Octavo. 166 pages.
Book has bumped corner otherwise book is in near fine condition in like dust jacket
This book is a rare find these days and getting very difficult to find in hardcopy.
The Goddess Hekate (Studies in ancient pagan and Christian religion & philosophy)
From the publisher:
Hekate. The name sums up an image of the archetypal triple lunar witch goddess. But, as this book shows, her symbolism and history are much more complex and show three main ancient stages. The first, she displays her origins as an eastern Great Goddess with solar rather than lunar attributes. Her second phase reveals her in the image which is still best know today: here she was terrifying Goddess of ghosts, magic and the moon. In her third phase where she is featured in the Chaldean Oracles as the ruler the realm of Cosmic Soul, bestowing life and vital heat throughout the universe.