Hecate comes from Greek Mythology, She is the Triple Goddess of the moon. Maiden, Mother & Crone. She is associated with entrances and crossroads, dogs & witchcraft. She has great knowledge of herb's and poisonous plants, ruler of earth, sea & sky. She is
I walk in harmony, heaven in one hand, earth in the other. I am the knot where two worlds meet. Red magic courses through me like the blood of Isis, magic of magic, spirit of spirit. I am proof of the power of gods. I am water and dust walking. -- The Knot of Isis, Egyptian Book of the Dead
A richly symbolic image depicting the Celtic ‘Horned God’ Cerne or Cernunnoss in passionate embrace with his consort, The Goddess. Cerne is traditionally Lord of the Animals and The Goddess is generally associated with the ‘Sacred Forest’ of all life on Earth. The forest needs animals to spread seeds and pollinate flowers, and animals need forest to provide food/shelter. As such, neither can survive without the other. By Beau Raven: http://www.redbubble.com/people/beauravn/works/437481
Hestia [aka Vesta] The Hearth-goddess and daughter of Cronus, she swore to remain a maiden forever after Apollo and Poseidon tried to when her hand. Zeus then bestowed her with the title of chiefly worship of the family Hearth. In later versions she would become the hearth-goddess of the universe and become the personification of earth as the center of the universe.