The Hekataeon: Medea edition Deluxe – Jack Grayle (Grayle Press)

£850.00

Please note – there is a dent to the upper right corner of the cover. Please see photos

A pre-owned copy.

  • 10 beautiful illustrations + 1 new one by artist Rowan E. Cassidy
  • Full-color photographs of ritual tools, + 3 new photographs
  • 3 new Hekatean spells by Jack Grayle
  • Over 400 pages, 8”x10”
  • Bound in white leather
  • Ribbon bookmark and head & tail bands
  • Beautiful custom endpapers
  • New material
  • Limited run of 70 hand numbered copies
  • Art by Rowan E. Cassidy

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The last edition of The Hekataeon sold out in three weeks, and it has remained in high demand ever since. Due to hundreds of requests, Grayle Press is now re-issuing this popular grimoire in a formidable, altar-worthy volume that contains a complete self-initiation into the mysteries of Hekate. It includes Jack Grayle’s hymns, prayers, invocations, incantations, scripts, and initiatory rites from previous editions, as well as three new, never-before-seen workings written by Jack including one for reconnecting with Hekate after a lapse in praxis, and another for creating a wand to transform the mundane to the magical.  It also contains a brand-new illustration by occult artist Rowan E. Cassidy, full-color photos (and three new ones), and a beautiful new cover design.

The Hekataeon is remarkable grimoire presenting a complete system of self-initiation into the mysteries of Hekate, the Maiden-Serpent-Wolf who stands at the crux of the crossroads of all realms and realities. As such, it presents dozens of rituals, rites, spells, songs, scripts and sorcerous workings to ally oneself with the Lady of the Crossroads herself, as well as the witch-queens of late antiquity which embody her current of chthonic magic, to include Medea, Kirke, and Pasiphae. It also contains hymns to win the blessing of goddesses and gods such as Artemis, Selene, Persephone, Apollo, Helios, Hermes and Dionysus. Within its pages are consecrations for tools of art, by invoking powerful daimons such as Kerberos, Orpheus, the Fates, the Furies, and the Greco-Egyptian underworld spirit