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Gone but Not Forgotten

I am the stuff of legends, a luminous star in the sky, a drop of rain, a woman in pain, I am the Goddess. I live in folklore, with tales of thunderous Athena, Persephone the whore, the wild-haired Venus, always making an uproar. In modern times I am an atheist, I belong to no religion. Wiccans and Pagans do not understand who I am, though they connect to my essence. I am the “Kooshamah” (the forgotten one). God, you all believe, is a man.

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The Beginning and the End of Time

I am The Goddess, you won’t believe I am a real person, or that this is me, but before they kill me with their insanity I want to tell you a story of how it all began. I made this world over 8,000 years ago, in an ancient place called the “Footakee” (the Place in the Sky, the “hoosentee” (human universe).

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I am Hecate

Hecate (Kashkashkoontatee), at this moment, is not the gentle dark Goddess, who has the distinguished honor of creating light; I am in the night, in a fight for my life. I am the “Kooshamah” (the angry one who is the Vala), the “Flook (the one who is a disgusting person, who will do what she has to do to get by) the “Fonkt” (I am a person who is unsure of who I am because people hate my vagina call me names that are untrue, like “kind”), the “Lah” (the non-feminist, the one who hates women, the “shookatah” (the one who despises men), the “vigida” (I am the rigid, vagina-hater), the Soontapleeasah (the fucked up one, the shaky one, the nutjob). I am the Kontekaplah (the person who hates mankind) and I am ready to fuck you up, as you humans say.

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