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dark goddess invocation

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dark goddess invocation
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I need an invocation to the Dark Goddess. Any help would be great, thanks!
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And which Goddess would that be? There are many Goddesses in various spiritual traditions around the world who might be considered "dark" Goddesses.

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Re: dark goddess invocation
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Do you want a nocturnal goddess or just one with more
dark" aspects?
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My goddess is Hecate.
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This is one I found, don't know if it works though. I usually leave the gods and goddesses to themself. ;)
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What about a meditation about a name. With a wish you have. But take it a longer time. In ancient Egypt and Greece was often used last thoughts before sleep (meditation before sleep). See translantions magical papyri, are free on net. Or Theurgia by Iamblichus(try google)
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Re: dark goddess invocation
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PGM IV. 2785-2890
(Prayer to Selene-Hekate, Hekate was associated with Selene, Artemis and Persephone in the PGM). Burn a mixture of storax, myrrh, sage and frankincense as an offering.

"Come to me, O beloved mistress, Three-faced
Selene; kindly hear my sacred chants;
Night's ornament, young, bringing light to mortals,
O child of morn who ride upon fierce bulls,
O queen who drive your car on equal course
With Helios, who with the triple forms
Of triple Graces dance in revel with
The stars. You're Justice and the Moira's threads:
Klotho and Lachesis and Atropos
Three-headed, you're Persephone, Megaira,
Allekto, many-formed, who arm your hands
With dreaded, murky lamps, who shake your locks
Of fearful serpents on your brow, who sound
The roar of bulls out from your mouths, whose womb
Is decked out with the scales of creeping things,
With poisonous rows of serpents down the back,
Bound down your backs with horrifying chains
Night-Crier, bull-faced, loving solitude,
Bull-headed, you have eyes of bulls, the voice
Of dogs; you hide your forms in shanks of lions,
Your ankle is wolf-shaped, fierce dogs are dear
To you, wherefore they call you Hekate,
Many-named, Mene, cleaving air just like
Dart-shooter Artemis, Persephone,
Shooter of deer, night shining, triple-sounding,
Triple-headed, triple-voiced Selene
Triple-pointed, triple-faced, triple-necked,
And goddess of the triple ways, who hold
Untiring flaming fire in triple baskets,
And you who oft frequent the triple way
And rule the triple decades, unto me
Whom calling you be gracious and with kindness
Give heed, you who protect the spacious world
At night, before whom daimons quake in fear
And gods immortal tremble, goddess who
Exalt men, you of many names, who bear
Fair offspring, bull-eyed, horned, mother of gods
And men, and Nature, Mother of all things,
For you frequent Olympos, and the broad
And boundless chasm you traverse. Beginning
And end are you, and you alone rule all.
For all things are from you, and in you do
All things, Eternal one, come to their end.
As everlasting band around your temples
You wear great Kronos' chains, unbreakable
And unremovable, and you hold in
Your hands a golden scepter. Letters around
Your scepter Kronos wrote himself and gave
To you to wear that all things stay steadfast:
Subduer and subdued, mankind's subduer,
And force-subduer; Chaos, too, you rule.
Hail, goddess, and attend your epithets,
I burn for you this spice, O child of Zeus,
Dart-shooter, heavenly one, goddess of harbors,
Who roam the mountains, goddess of crossroads,
O nether and nocturnal, and infernal,
Goddess of dark, quiet and frightful one,
O you who have your meal amid the graves,
Night, Darkness, broad Chaos: Necessity
Hard to escape are you; you're Moira and
Erinys, torment, Justice and Destroyer,
And you keep Kerberos in chains, with scales
Of serpents are you dark, O you with hair
Of serpents, serpent-girded, who drink blood,
Who bring death and destruction, and who feast
On hearts, flesh eater, who devour those dead
Untimely, and you who make grief resound
And spread madness, come to my sacrifices,
And now for me do you fulfill this matter."

Orphic Hymn #1 - to Hekate
"I invoke you, beloved Hekate of the crossroads and the three ways
Saffron-cloaked goddess of the Heavens, the Underworld and the Sea
Tomb-Wanderer, celebrating the Bacchic Mysteries with the souls of the dead
Daughter of Perses, lover of the wilderness who exults among the deer
Night-going one, protectress of dogs, unconquerable queen
Beast-roarer, disheveled one of compelling countenance
Enodia, keyholding mistress of the whole world
Ruler, nymph, mountain-wandering nurturer of youth
Mistress, we beg you to be present at these sacred rites
Ever with a gladsome heart and ever gracious to the oxherd."

Other prayers and invocations can be found in Seneca's Medea , Theocritus's Idylls , Virgil's Aeneid , Ovid's Metamorphoses and in the Chaldean Oracles.
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