Update

I have sent the Wepwawet book, Lord of Strength and Power to the formatters!  I decided to take the Anubis section  out since  I wanted  this to be just about Wepwawet.  I can send  the Anubis material to  Bibliotheca Alexandrina and see  if  they need  it.

I have also sent another poetry book to the formatters.  This is a companion  to Divine Words, Divine Praise.  It  has poems  to Athena, Athena and  Zeus, Athena and  Poseidon, Hestia, Hela, Hekate, Frigga, Hera and Zeus, and many Orisha (Oya, Yemaya, Oshun, Osanyin, Shango, Obatala, and Nana Buruku).  I’m calling it  Holy Words, Holy Praise.  I’m hoping to come up  with a better title.  It sounds pretentious to me.

 

 

Epithets of Hekate

Aidônaia (Lady of the Underworld)
Antania (Enemy of Mankind)
Anassa eneroi (Queen of those Below)
Angelos (Messenger)
Antaia (the One in Front)
Atalos (Tender, Delicate)
Brimo (Angry One)
Dadophoros (Torch bearer)
Despoina (Lady)
Enodia (of the Roads)
Epiphanestate Thea (Most Manifest Goddess)
Khthonia (Underworld)
Kleidouchos (Keeper of the Keys)
Kleidophoros (Key Bearer)
Koure mounogenes (Only Begotten Maiden)
Krataiis (Strong One)
Kurotrophos (Protector of Children)
Liparokrêdemnos (Bright-coiffed, With Bright Headband)
Megiste (Greatest)
Monogenes (Only Child)
Nyktipolos (Night Wandering)
Nyktipolos Khthonie (Night Wanderer of the Underworld)
Perseis (Destroyer; Daughter of Perses)
Phosphoros (the light-bringer)
Propolos (Guide)
Propylaia (the Guardian)
Skylakagetis (Leader of the Dogs)
Soteira (Saviour)
Trevia (of Three Ways)
Tricephalus (The Three-Headed)
Trioditis (Of the Crossroads)
Trimorphis (Three Formed, Three Bodied)
Zerynthia (Of Mt Zerynthia)

English Epithets
Divine Friend of Dogs
Divine Three-Formed
Goddess of Earthly Ghosts
Golden Shining Attendant of Aphrodite
Holy Daughter of Great Bosomed Nyx
in Saffron Veil Arrayed
Leader
Minister and Companion to Persephone
Queen of the Night
Unconquerable Queen

Temple
Hekatêsion (Temple of Hekate)

Festivals
Noumenia (First of the Lunar Month)
Hekate’s Deipnon (Last of the Lunar Month)
Festival of Hekate Kourotrophos (16 of Metageitnion/August-September)

Sources

Hekate from Neos Alexandria

Hekate’s Page from Theoi.com

Parke, H. W. Festivals of the Athenians. London: Thames and Hudson, 1977. page 180