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November 16, 2023 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm



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Class fees are non transferable, please note that we stick to the student agreements clicked on during registration. Please ensure you are able to attend the scheduled class time.


Has Hekate been calling out to you? Or do you simply have an interest in learning more about this multi-faceted deity? In this class we will explore an introductory history of Hekate, Her symbols, sacred days, and plant and animal associations. You will learn the details of some of Her main epithets, how She is depicted in mythology, and the ways in which you can begin to develop a relationship with Her.

Hekate is a complex deity, with many lessons to teach us, and many cryptic ways in which She may be communicating with us. Whether you wish to initiate a relationship with Hekate, or to deepen a relationship you have already begun, this class will provide some insight on approachable methods to welcome Her deeper into your practice. A couple of simple rituals and ideas on building an altar will be discussed.

Emphasis will be placed on Hekate’s role in Greek Mythology, Graeco-Egyptian Magic, as well as some contemporary approaches to working with Hekate, but we will also explore her deeper historical origins (such as the oldest known temple to the Goddess in modern-day Turkey) and other deities that Her origins are connected to.

This is an introductory class with no prior knowledge necessary. Just arrive with an open mind, a desire to bring Hekate into your magical practice, and materials for taking notes. You will leave this class with a list of recommended reading and some foundational knowledge of this powerful goddess.

Jess is a Denver-based artist who creates small sculptures and jewelry using elements of nature.

Jess creates imaginative miniature worlds honoring elements of nature and science. These sculptures contain magic in the form of preserved insects, bones, stones, moss, and plants. Inspired by the natural curiosity assemblages of the Victorian Naturalists and the Wildlife Halls of modern science museums, Jess hopes to inspire wonder, curiosity, and understanding for our natural world. Each piece she creates is a reminder of the beauty that lies in death and its importance in the cycle of life.

Jess teaches classes that stitch together magic, art, and science with an aim to inspire her students to to approach the world, and their practice, with endless curiosity.


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November 16, 2023
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm