Hecate is the Greek goddess of the crossroadsWritten by Judi Singleton
Hecate is Greek goddess of crossroads. Properly pronounce her name is "E-CA-TA" or "e-CO-ta, H is silent. She stands at crossroads of your life and protects you from taking wrong road. She is also guardian of new borns, home. Not only was Hecate called upon to ease pains and progress of a woman's labor, but especially to protect and restore health and growth of a child. She is a moon Goddess, she was described as shining or luminous. In other legends she is invisible, perhaps only glimpsed as a light, a "will-o-the-wisp". She always carries a torch or latern at night. She can guide one on dark night of soul for she sees in dark. She is symbolized by Owl. In magical papyri of Ptolemaic Egypt, she is called Bitch and She-Wolf, and her presence is signified by barking of dogs. She is classified as a virgin Goddess, she had no need to marry. She highly valued her independence. She has ability to see in all directions, past, present and future. This forsight allows her to predict one's future. It also gives her intuitive knowledge of which path one should take. She is known as having ability to conjure up dreams, prophecies, and phantoms. Hecate's ability to see into underworld, "otherworld" of sleeping and dead, gives her unusual power to read one's future. New beginnings, whether spiritual or mundane, aren't always easy. But Hecate is there to support and show you way. She loans her farsightedness for you to see what lies deeply forgotten or even hidden, and helps you make a choice and find your path. Oft times she shines her torch to guide you while you are in dreams or meditation. Whether Greek goddess Hecate visits us in waking hours or only while we sleep, she can lead us to see things differently (ourselves included) and help us find greater understanding of our selves and others. Hecate reminds us of importance of change, helping us to release past, especially those things that are hindering our spiritual growth. She urges us to accept change and transitions. She asks us to let go of what is familiar, safe, and secure to learn trust and faith in all Goddess offers. Hecate symbolizes dark within us, part of our psyche we refuse to acknowledge. But because she is so comfortable in dark like owl she can take your hand a travel with to places in yourself you are most afraid to go.
Information On Natural Breast EnlargementWritten by Jim De Fazio
There are hundreds of Natural Breast Enlargement products on market today. The one thing you can be sure of is that they are not all created equal. So how do you know which one to choose?
Here are six very important criteria that you should look for:
1.All Natural Ingredients: Many breast enlargement products claim to be all natural but they are not. You want to make sure that they do not contain any synthetic compounds, additives, lubricants or fillers. Make sure you know what ingredients are in product you buy.
2.FDA Approval: It is not required to have FDA approval on herbal products. However, it should be produced in an FDA approved laboratory and all herbal ingredients should be on FDA’s safe foods list. (GRAS list)
3.Know How It Works: Any company that does not tell you how their product works but makes promises that it will, should be avoided.