January 9th, 8pm: Hekate’s Deipnon

In case you happen to be near Santa Cruz, I would like to extend to you my personal invitation.

Bay Area Hellenic Communities

“Hecate whose name is howled by night at the city cross-roads.”- Virgil, Aeneid 4.609

Time: 8pm.

Location: Start at Tyrell Park, 150 Pilkington Ave, Santa Cruz; processing to Seabright Beach.

What To Bring: Some food to share.

Hekate is an ancient Greek goddess associated with the crossroads, restless ghosts, the new moon and witchcraft.

Join us in making a deipnon (literally “supper”) offering for Hekate and the ghosts in her retinue, with special emphasis on honoring and remembering the Dead.

The deipnon will be followed by a procession to Seabright Beach, where we will have a bonfire, a devotional ritual for Hekate

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