When: Sat 3rd July, 2021
Time: 11am – 2pm
Where: Muses of Mystery
Fee: $ 80.-
Of all the Goddesses of Witchcraft, Hekate is the best known today. This workshop looks at the
origins and history of Hekate, her spheres of influence, sacred animals, relationships with other
gods, association with mystery religions, connection with the dead, and her role in regard to
famous witch-priestesses from antiquity such as Circe and Medea. Through the examination of
primary evidence including ancient religious and magical texts, sculpture, visual art, magical
gems, curse tablets, and binding spells, the figure of Hekate will be illuminated. Participants will
also experience a ritual devoted to Hekate in order to establish and strengthen their own
relationship with the goddess.
The Presenter, Caroline Tully
Caroline has a background in various traditions of witchcraft and magick and is also an
archaeologist who studies ancient Mediterranean Pagan religions and their manifestation in the
modern world. She has written many articles and chapters on these topics and is the author of
the book, The Cultic Life of Trees in the Prehistoric Aegean, Levant, Egypt and Cyprus (Peeters
2018). Caroline reads Tarot and is a regular workshop facilitator on a range of magickal subjects
at Muses of Mystery, Melbourne’s finest metaphysical destination.
Please Note: Spaces to this workshop are limited to a small group. Booking is essential. This workshop acknowledges the covid guidelines for groups.
No refunds or transfers for non attendance or change of mind after purchase.