Book is published by Grayle Press and distributed by Miskatonic Books
- 10 beautiful new illustrations by artist Rowan E. Cassidy
- 29 improved sigils
- 3 new Hekatean spells by Samuel David, Rev. Zemmi and Amaya Rourke
- Corrected Greek text
- 440 pages, 8”x10”
- Scarlet linen cover with rounded spine and gold-foil stamping
- Red ribbon bookmark and head & tail bands
- Black-and-gold endpapers
- Limited run of 1000 volumes
Published by Jake Grayle Press
From the publisher:
The last edition of The Hekataeon sold out in less than a week, and it has remained in high demand ever since. Due to popular demand, Grayle Press is now re-issuing this popular grimoire in a formidable, altar-worthy volume that contains all of the hymns, prayers, invocations, incantations, scripts and initiatory rites found in previous editions, as well as three new workings which explore the Hekatean intersection with the Mesopotamian dog-goddess Gula, the Egyptian syncretic scavenger Hekanubis, and Sirius, the beautiful but dangerous Dog Star. It also contains ten magnificent new images (and twenty-nine re-drafted sigils) by occult artist Rowan E. Cassidy.
The Hekataeon is beautiful grimoire presenting a complete system of self-initiation into the mysteries of Hekate, the Maiden-Serpent-Wolf who stands at the crux of the crossroads of all realms and realities. As such, it presents dozens of rituals, rites, spells, songs, scripts and sorcerous workings to ally oneself with the Lady of the Crossroads herself, as well as the witch-queens of late antiquity which embody her current of chthonic magic, to include Medea, Kirke, and Pasiphae. It also contains hymns to win the blessing of goddesses and gods such as Artemis, Selene, Persephone, Apollo, Helios, Hermes and Dionysus. Within its pages are consecrations for tools of art, by invoking powerful daimons such as Kerberos, Orpheus, the Fates, the Furies, and the Greco-Egyptian underworld spirit BAXYXSYXYX. Through the labyrinthine path laid out in this grimoire, the reader first becomes a Devotee, then an Adept, and finally a Hierophant of Hekate’s mysteries. In the end, the book itself is enlivened through these workings, so that with the final rite it awakens, and becomes the reader’s spiritual assistant, to guard, guide and aid her in her arte forevermore.