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Hekate Triformis

Hekate Triformis
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“Hekate Triformis” by Australian artist Orryelle part of the Hekate Symposium.

“The Kleidouchos Arts Collective is dedicated to art, music, sculpture and other creative pursuits honouring the Goddess Hekate”…Australian artist Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule will be exhibiting his “Hekate Triformis sculpture (wax, wood, bone & lace in the pictures) that will be launched as a bronze at the Hekate Symposium” in June in Glastonbury UK.

Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule is a ChAOrder magician and Baphometic avatar, dedicated to the wo/manifestation of the Wyrd in the realms of the flesh. Vessels for this reification include hir own body as temple and template (tattoos as tantric cartography, self-sculpting, dance and song); iNSPiRALink. Multimedia Press (IMPress) publications; Metamorphic Ritual Theatre Company (loosely based in Australia with performancy also in UK, Europe, US); and the ever-expanding digital archives of the Mutation Parlour.

Hekate Symposium

The Hekate Symposium is the only international event dedicated entirely to the Goddess Hekate and it is run as a non-profit community event, with the intention of bringing together devotees, priests, priestesses and others interested in the Goddess Hekate.  By sharing our knowledge and experiences we can all grow in our understanding of the Mysteries! 

 

Hekate stands at the crossroads bearing the keys to the mysteries…inspired poets and philosophers, witches…”

Images from the event

Hekate stands at the crossroads bearing the keys to the mysteries.  In the ancient world she inspired poets and philosophers, witches, magicians and ordinary people, all of whom knew she could bestow blessings to improve their lot and protect them from the harsh denizens of the infernal realm.  Today she continues to inspire and evoke awe in those who encounter her; for some in subtle ways, leading them in an elusive nameless manner with her symbols, for others in a more powerful and directly empowering way.”
(From Hekate Liminal Rites, d’Este & Rankine, 2009). Hekate Symposium site.

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