Triple Goddess Chant


Song: Triple Goddess Chant Artist: Moving Breath Album: She Changes Honored maiden huntress Artemis, Artemis New moon Come to us Silver shining wheel of Radiance, radiance Mother Come to us Honored queen of wisdom Hecate, Hecate Old one Come to us Honored maiden huntress Artemis, Artemis New moon Come to us Silver shining wheel of Radiance, radiance Mother Come to us Honored queen of wisdom Hecate, Hecate Old one Come to us Honored maiden huntress Artemis, Artemis New moon Come to us Silver shining wheel of Radiance, radiance Mother Come to us Honored queen of wisdom Hecate, Hecate Old one Come to us Come to us Come to us Come to us

25 thoughts on “Triple Goddess Chant

  1. Ah, wasn’t this song in the movie The Craft? Because that was a really awesome movie.

    But anyway, Blessed Be to all of the Goddess’ children! May her shining embrace forever warm you. )O(

  2. Im not wiccan but I am of celtic desent and I think these chants are really pretty.

  3. @lencullen So how is Nyx to work with? I know nothing of Her except from someone who felt Her call but couldn’t deal with it, so I don’t think that’s a fair portrayal, perhaps.

  4. Yes, Hekate as understood by Wiccans is *close* to Hekate as understood in Ptolemaic Alexandria, except that “maiden-mother-crone” comes from Robert Graves, having no ancient equivalent … and they don’t pronounce Her name correctly: the Erasmian reconstruction of ancient Greek has been disproven for decades. The final e is like e in festival or French fête.

  5. A beautiful chant. We’ve used this during circle a few times.
    Blessed Be

  6. Their Goddess can take three forms: The Virgin, The Mother and The Old One
    So when they say “New Moon come to us” ther refer to the virgin.

  7. @drock272 I’m pretty sure that in greek mythology she is described to have three faces, and does not imply that all of her aspects are in in the form of Maiden Mother Crone. According to Hesiod’s theogeny she is depicted as a virgin goddess. She has three forms but nothing that i have read so far claims her forms to be maiden mother and crone. However her forms associated with animals such as the dog, cow, and serpent.

  8. @jerafro Actually she has 3 aspects each of a differnt age it is actually shown in many dipictions of Her. All I Know is that She rocks.

  9. @drock272 actually im pretty sure in Greek mythology Hekate is a virgin goddess….so it doesn’t make sense for her to appear as a Crone aspect.

  10. @MyTearsArentSoPure I sing it all the time, lol, and “We All Come From the Goddess”. I love them both! )O(

  11. yeah, i thought hekate was the triple goddess… XD
    Amazing chant! BB! )O(

  12. If Artemis is the Maiden, and Hecate is the Croan, who is the Mother? For some reason I thought it was Inanna.

  13. Hekate can also be cosidered a triple goddess because she is often regocnized with three heads and is associated with the moon and lunar lore.

  14. I sing this about once a day. Usually when I walk to school in the mornings..

  15. @MrKlarnsLikesCheese hecate and athena can both be goddesses of wisdom,like there are many love goddeses

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