Orphic Hymn to Hekate

Hekate Einodia, Trioditis, lovely dame, of earthly, watery, and celestial frame,
Sepulchral, in a saffron veil arrayed, pleased with dark ghosts that wander through the shade;
Perseis, solitary goddess, hail! The world’s key-bearer, never doomed to fail;
in stags rejoicing, huntress, nightly seen, and drawn by bulls, unconquerable queen;
Leader, Nymphe, nurse, on mountains wandering,
Hear the suppliants who with holy rites thy power revere,
and to the herdsman with a favouring mind draw near.

— Translation by Apostolos N. Athanassakis

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Welcome, fellow seeker. With eyes fixed upon the heavens and hearts open to the whispers of the divine, the doors of our Sanctum are open for you to come in and rejoice in the presence of the One and of the many Gods.

You whom we address in silence, the unspeakable, the unsayable, accept pure speech offerings from a heart and soul that reach up to you. Grant my request not to fail in the knowledge that befits our essence […] Thus I believe and I bear witness; I advance to life and light. 

— Corpus Hermeticum I