Open all three of your eyes.
Face south between 8.30pm and 9pm on a clear night this weekend. You’ll see a celestial triangle of three bright stars – Lyra, Cygnus and Aquila – also known as The Summer Triangle.
As the end of summer approaches, this trio culminate and reach their zenith, representing the triple female aspects of Hecate, the goddess of magic and sorcery. This is the season of the witch.
Whether she is seen with one or three heads, most often portrayed as having the keys to the spirit world hanging from her belt and accompanied by a ghostly three-headed dog, Hecate is the Greek goddess of the crossroads, and is said to haunt these areas, which were dedicated to her in the Early Times.
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