Goddess of the Hunt & Moon: How to Work with Artemis

Greek Goddess of the Hunt and the Moon. Protector of the forest and virgins. Lady of the Wild Mountains and protector of the womb. Artemis has become quite a popular deity worldwide in modern times among pagans and witches alike. Many people find themselves drawn to her and for good reason. Here we explore who Artemis is AND how to work with and honor her in your spiritual practice.

Who is Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt?

When I think of the wild woman archetype, Artemis always pops into my mind first. She’s wild in more than one way – a forest-dweller and hunter who lives outside the monotonous laws of society. But not only is she wild in this way – she’s also known as the eternal virgin – chaste from any man or god’s physical touch. Impenetrable. She couldn’t be captured, wed, or tamed. A TRUE role model for the modern woman.

Artemis’ Ancient Origins

Artemis, Greek Goddess of the Hunt, was a daughter of Zeus and Leto. Twin sister of the Greek god Apollo. It is possible and likely that Artemis is even older than the Olympian gods and was absorbed into the pantheon as it rose to power. She’s one of the most ancient deities of Greece and her earliest manifestation was the bear. Her name – Artemis – confirms her link to the bear. Art means bear (similar to the Celtic Goddess of bears named Artio AND King Arthur of Camelot!) What animal is more wild than the bear?

The Goddess of the Hunt AND Childbirth?

Does it seem funny to you that Artemis isn’t just the Goddess of the Hunt AND the eternal virgin BUT she’s also a goddess of childbirth? With many ancient goddesses, these paradoxes arise to test and stretch our minds and hearts. The myth goes that Artemis aided her mother Leto in birthing her twin brother Apollo (it was apparently a difficult delivery). Because of this act, Artemis was called upon during many deliveries in ancient Greece and today. She is a fierce protector of mothers and children. At the same time, Artemis spins the wheel of fate for laboring mothers – she decides who lives and who dies (yes, another paradox – life and death).

A temple dedicated to Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt
An Ancient Temple of Artemis

Artemis’ Sexual Power and Sovereignty

Another of Artemis’ paradoxes is her rule over sexual energy. In myth, Artemis asks to remain un-wed, to remain faithful only to herself. The idea she’s an eternal virgin may be a misunderstanding through the years OR reflect physical virginity ONLY. What do I mean by physical virginity only? In many of Artemis’ sacred temples and feast-days, the ancient Greeks celebrated and honored her with sexual acts. So, in fact, Artemis may be a physical virgin in the modern sense but in the esoteric sense she uses her sexuality to “birth” into existence her intentions and powers. She is independent of a man and she decides who she shares her power with – be it physical, mental or spiritual. In this sense, she is most empowering to the modern woman who chooses herself over the desires of a man.

Artemis and Apollo: Twin Power

If you choose to work with Artemis in your spiritual practice, consider exploring her counterpart and twin. Apollo was born with Artemis of their Titaness mother Leto. They are alike yet completely different in many ways. Artemis rules over the night, the moon, and women. Therefore Apollo rules over the opposite – the day, the sun, and men. They may be opposites, but Apollo was also a god of the hunt and of healing. In addition, Apollo and Artemis are deities closely linked with wolves, psychics, and philosophers.

The Goddess of the Hunt’s Magical Associations:

  • Names: Artemis, The Beautiful One, She of the Wild, Artamos, Mistress of the Hunt, Lady of the Wolves, Mistress of Animals, Eternal Virgin
  • Gods and Goddesses: Apollo, Diana, Leto, Nymphs, Hecate
  • Places: Arcadia, Leros, Selos, in addition forests, wild groves, and bodies of fresh water
  • Plants: artemisia plants (mugwort, wormwood, tarragon), cedar, myrtle, oak, fig, bay, walnut, willow, fir
  • Stones: moonstone, amethyst, quartz, moss agate, diamond, silver, pearl
  • Animals: bear, wolf, stag, hound, fish, quail, bee, boar, dolphin, goat, cat (she is truly the Lady of Beasts so all animals are technically sacred to her!)
  • Offerings: artemisia plants (made into oils, incense, etc.), round honey cakes, offerings left at the crossroads, boar’s tusks, bow and arrow (or representations of), bark or fruits from her sacred trees, any donation or care of forests and wild animals made in her name, erotic dance

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A Ritual to Invoke Artemis

What You’ll Need:

  • White candle and lighter/matches
  • A handful of loose leaf artemisia herb (choose one or all of the following: mugwort, wormwood, tarragon)
  • Olive oil
  • Moonstone pendant or stone to carry/wear on person
  • Shamanic drumming music OR ancient greek music

What to Do:

This ritual is to invite the powerful, wild energy of Artemis into your body and mind. It is a powerful ritual and should be taken seriously. You are essentially giving yourself over to the Goddess of the Hunt’s wildness.

  1. First, perform a cleansing ritual bath to cleanse yourself of any impurities. Remember – Artemis was “chaste” and pure.
  2. Next, cleanse your space by SMOKE-CLEANSING or whatever method you choose.
  3. Turn down the lights, light incense, light candles, set the mood. This ritual is best done at night AND on a Waxing or Full Moon.
  4. Gather your supplies.
  5. (OPTIONAL but recommended) Cast a circle.
  6. Turn on the shamanic drumming music. Breathe and relax.
  7. Listen to the music for awhile and allow yourself to drift off to another place and time – to an ancient wild forest in ancient Greece. SEE with your mind’s eye the old, gnarled trees. Hear the quiet wildness of the forest around you. See the crescent or full moon above you through the canopy of trees.
  8. Now, take the olive oil and anoint the white candle with your hands from bottom to top. As you’re anointing the candle, say a prayer to dedicate the candle to the wild purity of the Goddess of the Hunt Artemis. Light it. Dedicate the flame to her passion and ferocity.
  9. Next, take more of the olive oil and begin anointing yourself from feet all the way to your head. As you do this, invoke the spirit of Artemis by saying, “Artemis, Great Lady of the Forest, Beautiful Wild Protector of Virgins and Women. I invoke your independence, your sovereignty, your strength, your wildness. I ask that you make me a pure and chaste vessel of the same divine energy that courses through you. May I be a protector of the forests, of women and children, and of all of those who need defense. I dedicate my body, mind and spirit in your service, if only for a time. Let it be.”
  10. Following the anointing process, sprinkle the herb(s) over your body and around the candle in Artemis’ name.
  11. Anoint the moonstone pendant and place it around your neck OR put it in your pocket. You need to wear it as it is your physical connection to the goddess of the moon.
  12. Close your eyes, get on your feet, and dance like no one is watching. The more erotic and free, the better. You’re dancing in honor of Artemis’ and as the ancients did in her name.
  13. When you can’t dance anymore, fall on the floor and lay quietly, feeling the energy moving through and around you.
  14. Sit up and when you’re ready, release the circle (if you cast one), and ground and center.
  15. The rest of the white candle and herbs can be added to your altar for Artemis.

More Ways to Work with Artemis:

  • Set up a small altar with her statue or representation, a white pillar candle(s), an offering bowl and a representation of her sacred animals and/or trees
  • Give regular offerings to her and pray to her as often as you’d like: burn incense, light candles, talk to her, make creative offerings to honor her
  • Read as much as you can about Artemis
  • Study the habits of wolves and bears
  • Take hikes through local forests and visit local fresh bodies of water to re-wild yourself and feel this goddess’ presence there
  • Grow and work with herbs in the artemisia family: mugwort, tarragon, wormwood, etc.
  • Wear crystals and stones linked to Artemis
  • Wear moons on your clothing and jewelry
  • Try your hand at archery
  • Make decisions that are good for YOU as an individual and take care of yourself as a form of rebellion and wildness in a society that celebrates conformity
  • Study midwifery as a career path OR just for fun!
  • Take belly dancing or erotic dance classes in honor of Artemis
  • Gaze up at the moon and thank Artemis as much as possible
  • Dedicate special moon rituals to Artemis
  • Be a fierce protector of animals, wildlife, the forest, women and children
How to Work With The Goddess of the Hunt and Moon Artemis.

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  1. | 19th Jul 22

    I’m new on this website but I read the comments and figured I could say what happened today. I have always believed in Artemis but about three days ago I started actually praying to her. Yesterday I was searching facts about Artemis on Google and last night I had a dream to go to an astral aura place in my town to find answers. Another weird thing that happened was I was walking home from the pool and some people walked past me and suddenly the wind direction changed in my towel blew over my body so nobody could see anything because I was in my bathing suit. That one sounds a little weird because the wind is usually Zephyrus’ job but I still think it was her. The last weird thing was I accidentally wore my mascara to the pool and it just so happened my goggles that protected my mascara were missing. I used other goggles but then my mascara got all smeared. When I started trying to wash it off, it would not come off and my mirror suddenly fell out of my hand. I think she was tying to make my mascara messy so that no one would pay attention to me at the pool. These things may not involve her, but I thought they did so I wanted to consult with you guys.

    • chinouk | 8th Sep 22

      the wind thing isnt that weird, read about her and the trojan war 😉

  2. | 14th Feb 22

    Hi, Baby Witch here. I’ve been seeing some things that are linked to Artemis like wild boar, I’ve always had a fascination with the moon, Herbology, and nature, and I recently pulled a card with a picture of Artemis on it from a Tarot deck. I don’t know if she wants to work with me or if I’m just noticing things that relate to her more nowadays. Any ideas on what I should do?

    • Nova | 21st Mar 22

      Many times when you begin to notice signs of a deity that is them calling out to you. But be aware, See what others may have the same calling cards. And study. Trickers will try to feed of baby witches by acting as a god or ancstor for the energy offerings feed them

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    • Asher | 24th Jul 22

      Normally when you get a lot of signs that point to a deity it usually mean that they would like to speak with you and maybe even work with you. So I would try to speak with Artemis and see if she really wants to speak and like I said maybe work with you. I hope you found this helpful:)

    • A | 30th Jan 23

      I say ask for confirmation. You’ll just know sometimes, or it can be in the form of tarot or pendulums. That’s what I did.

    • Maurine | 26th Aug 23

      I’ve never heard of Artemis. One early morning, between 3:10 and 3:20am, I was sleeping but was suddenly woken up by a man’s voice who screamed ‘Artemis’! I tried to listen more but heard nothing else. I went back to sleep. The following morning, I couldn’t stop thinking about what the word meant so I started googling it to find out Artemis is a goddess. I don’t know what this all means. Can someone give an insight please? I appreciate it.

  3. Payton Bame | 11th Nov 21

    I want to be one of your Huntresses, Artemis. Please. I, Payton Kathryn Bame, pledge myself to the goddess Artemis. I turn my back on the company of men, accept eternal maidenhood, and join the hunt. I mean this with all my heart Artemis.

    • Ky Norvell | 20th Dec 21

      We should start a Facebook group of women devoted to Artemis think it’d be fun🖤☺️

      • Cella Delsing | 5th May 22

        I like this idea.

      • sonya | 2nd Sep 22

        i agree

    • SONYA | 2nd Sep 22

      My lady Artemis, I too wish to join your eternal hunt. I, Sonya Darlene Swindle, pledge myself to you the goddess Artemis. I turn my back on men and accept eternal maidenhood. May I please you and favor you. SO MOTE IT BE.

  4. Anonymous | 27th Sep 21

    Could I use a white candle that’s not a pillar?

  5. Anonymous | 27th Sep 21

    Hi I have a white candle, but it’s not a pillar. Could I still use it?

    • | 7th May 22

      I personally believe so. Magic is all about intent and your belief.
      I feel as though she appreciate the gesture regardless of what kind of candle you use.

  6. Dillan | 28th Aug 21

    So I believe I got contacted by her but I’m trans male, so I have a bit of finicky-ness with that

    • Eris Haros | 2nd Oct 21

      The sex you were born with is only a cover to the complex novel that you are. Artemis reads your pages and sees you. Your story. Not your cover. She would even aid in finding your path to your new cover for your story. You are the very essence of being true to you, societal standards be damned. I work with Artemis and can’t speak for her but of her. She does not define a woman by her womb, or lack there of. Best of luck to you and blessed be.

    • | 6th Oct 21

      Artemis had a few male followers as well and even a few male hunting partners! An example of this is Hippolytos, who was one of her friends!

    • Quinn | 14th Oct 21

      S A M E

      But it’s not like men can’t have a feminine side

    • | 28th Oct 21

      You can worship her and work with her no matter what

    • Rachel | 2nd Dec 21

      It could be in relation to Apollo, my friend is a trans male as well and works with Apollo and Hecate

    • | 28th Jan 22

      Gender to her is flexible. Also there were followers who were male. Plus gods tend to switch every once in a while. Also she will probably recognize you as a huntress too, because she is an independent goddess who loves her devoted followers

    • | 21st Jan 23

      I would assume that she has seen your true self. The woman you are. ❤️

      • | 4th Feb 23

        Saying “the woman you are” is offensive. saying that OP’s true self is a women is very hurtful to their identity. Please don’t say that again.

  7. Autumn Robertson | 12th Jul 21

    Hi I’m a baby witch and in my house I can’t really like any candles or burn incense what am I supposed to do

    • kitty fields | 13th Jul 21

      LED candles, wax melts, make an infusion/tea on the stove and spritz/spray around the room.

    • | 19th Jul 21

      Draw a photo of one, or a picture clipped from magazines. Or a flameless candle, or just don’t light the candle. If there are lightening bugs around you maybe go outside and use their presence

    • | 23rd Sep 21

      Hi! I’m just a random person but if you can’t light candles or burn incense then you can make a spray instead with infused oils of mugwort and the like 🙂 and you can buy electric candles at craft stores or online 🙂 it doesn’t have to be real fire or smoke, the intention is what really counts 🙂

  8. Liz | 27th Jun 21

    Hi~ I’m a baby witch and ive just recently set up an altar for artemis due to me feeling she has called out to me for a long long time. some of these things include: seeing deer in the most unusual of places including a giant buck staring at me through my window at night. a heard of around 20 deer running through my yard a few minutes after I left my house to sit out there. Baby deer always walking along side the road. A connection to the woods when i sit out there i feel protected and calm. A drawing to the moon and stars, and animals always seeming to be drawn to me. I dont know if this is actually her but I feel it is and I would LOVE some help from a more experienced witch. thank you sooo much!

    • Crowley | 14th Nov 21

      Hello There! I’m also a baby witch, but I’ve gotten kinda good with deity energy and tarot! I also work with Artemis and she said yes it is her trying to reach out to you. I would seize this opportunity to work with her when you’re ready! She won’t push you into anything and it seems like she is willing to be patient and work on what you need her to work on with you. (If you’d like more information, you should find someone who can do a deity tarot reading for you. ^^)

      • Rachel | 2nd Dec 21

        I am also trying to get into it and I believe she’s trying to reach out to me but I don’t want to force anything. Something came up saying she’s trying to reach out to me but I’m not sure if it’s really meant for me or just social media. I’ve been researching her and I think I fit the qualities she has but as I said, I don’t want to force anything. Would you be able to ask if she’s reaching out to me?

      • SONYA | 2nd Sep 22

        Um hi, I also feel Artemis is trying to contact me but I am unsure. I recently had a very sudden and strong likeness to Artemis. I also love animals and I feel at peace in the forest, especially at night. Could this be a sign?

  9. Jade | 19th Apr 21

    Hi um, so the invocation says I need a white candle? I have a ton of white candles, but they’re all scented. Can I use them? I’m really new to this so I just wanna make sure I’m doing it right if I do the invocation!!!!!!!

    • rain | 27th Apr 21

      as long as they are white it doesn’t really matter, as long as your intentions are right!! blessed be 🙂

  10. William Fowkes | 30th Jan 21

    Very powerful representation of almost everything I have been experiencing. Thank you

  11. Catherine | 23rd Jan 21

    Hello, i’m not entirely new in rituals although i did them few months ago… I’m a girl that always fights for her indipendence and i usually help people when they need a hand. I also like animals (expecially cats) and i’m in a very difficult period right now. I don’t usually worship Artemis in particular but a while ago i remember i did a ritual where i asked for a God/Goddess’ help protection. I remember a strange dream i had last night, before waking up. I usually sleep bad because of my nightmares, but this night i dreamed about a ginger-heared woman that was comforting me and holding my hands. The atmosphere was relaxing and i felt a sense of sisterhood and friendship from her… i remember we were in a room with dark red walls and she was talking softly at me with a smile. Is it possible i was visted by Artemis?

    • Manon | 25th Mar 21

      Hi! Actually yes!
      Artémis is the goddess I work the most with. She’s always with me in her own way. She not very forthcoming, by her wild side she’s here only if she wants to. But I remember seeing her a lot in my dreams and I like to think that she likes to visit us in our dreams, when we are the most receptive for her energy. She’s always ready to help, and I notice she manifested herself by you thinking constantly about her. If you want to talk more about her please feel free to add me on Instagram : tarot.spiritualite

      Artémis is the best when it comes to our independence. I struggle a lot with mine too so I understand you 🙂

      • CATHERINE | 27th Jul 21

        Hello, it’s me… I’m sorry I didn’t reply before. I’m searching for you on Instagram so if you find some Wastedd person following you, don’t worry… it’s me 🙂 I’m also doing some researches but I’ll ask you something if I can’t find, thank you for your patence… ^^’ Again, sorry, I should’ve replied before. I unerstand if you won’t read this.

      • PAUL | 17th Oct 21

        Show me the way

  12. Rhiannon | 10th Jan 21

    So, I am brand new to this. I have been raised Christian my entire life (because of my family) and I recently left the church because I realized it wasn’t a good fit for me. I have had dreams forever about a wolf guiding me through the woods and helping me through hard times. After reading this and a few other articles, I think this may be her calling out to me. However, I have no idea how/ where to start. Does anyone have any advice?

    • kitty fields | 11th Jan 21

      set up an altar. ask for her presence. ask her to come to you in more dreams. meditate. provide her offerings.

    • Manon | 25th Mar 21

      I’m working a lot with Artemis, since June 2020 now.
      If you want to contact her, start with a little meditation : imagine yourself at the beginning of a forest, before entering, ask for her to come if she wants to. She doesn’t like rules very much, but she will come. Enter in the forest, take your time and you might see her.
      She never used an animal to come to me (some goddesses can too). I’m pretty she will come 🙂 don’t hesitate to try this a few times. And pray her time to time

  13. Olivia | 16th Dec 20

    Since I was young, I was always curious about Child birth and nature. Recently, I’ve seen quite a good amount of deer on my social media, I met somebody named Artemis a few weeks ago. I’ve always been a night owl, and I was always more into silver jewelry instead of gold. My dream career has always been in womens health, and I think i might be bisexual (I heard Artemis is Lesbian.) I’ve also read shes associated with sudden death, which I have a huge fear of. I’ve never been able to fully like/trust a man, even though I haven’t had any trauma associated with them..
    I also see the high priestess card & temperance card A TON- Apparently those two are associated with the lunar goddesses (Artemis, Hecate, Selene.) I’ve never had a dream about her, even though I’ve had a couple dreams of childbirth/delivering children. Lately the signs have kinda stopped, even though I set up an altar for her. Im close to giving up on her; my doubts are getting the best of me..
    If anyone who works with Artemis can give some advice, PLEASE HELP

    • Kitty | 22nd Dec 20

      Ever since I was little I have always loved artemis and been draw to her. The problem is, I am a married woman. I just began to get into hellenism and I am unsure if I would offend artemis if I began to worship her. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

      • Winter | 18th Jan 21

        Artemis has nothing against relationships. She actually is the reason I’m in one right now (basically told me stop moping around about being lonely and try online dating and now here we are). I recommend doing some more research but I can guarantee you that you being married would not be an issue if you do choose to work with/worship her.

    • Koi | 19th Jan 21

      First off, make sure to do your shadow work, and if you still can’t contact her, try talking to Apollo about it. Bring her offerings and wear moon pendants or moonstones or other things like that AT ALL TIMES

    • Billie | 3rd Feb 21

      Artemis is not a lesbian. Her childhood was rough and her mother Leto was not a protector to her or her brother Apollo. Vowing to never be as weak as her mother acted her and her brother learned to protect themselves. Twins!! They were like two swords always sharpening themselves against each other. Rising above all the obstacles they faced together. Artemis simply wanted to learn and do all she could to better herself and not be tied down. She loves to fly and weight for her was unbearable. People didn’t understand all this. Talked about things they didn’t understand and she simply didn’t care enough to correct them. Laugh and fly away was her style.

    • | 6th Jul 21

      Hey sorry I know this comment’s quite old now but I’m putting this anyway- so it does seem as though Artemis would fit you well and I’m curious as to whether you’ve worked with her since posting this? But I want to clarify that social media is never a sign. If you like a wolf pic, the algorithms will pick that up and this is a common misconception that digital things are a “sign” but believe me, they mostly aren’t. Good luck though!! Blessed be xx

  14. Natalie | 8th Dec 20

    The deity candle I dedicated to Artemis seemingly imploded and the image of Artemis I had on my altar caught fire. I was able to put it out before any permanent damage was done to the rest of my altar. Any thoughts about the meaning of this? I’m a little concerned as I had been praying to her and making offerings for the protection of myself and my pregnancy.

    • Cheyenne | 17th Dec 20

      Maybe it was a warning from her or another God/Goddess. I suggest trying again. Perhaps it was an omen. Perhaps another Gd or Goddess was jealous.

  15. Luna | 5th Dec 20

    From a young age i was obsessed with greek mythology and i still own all the text books on greek mythology that i collected when i was younger. I always thought artemis was so amazing and tough, i wanted to be like her. Recently, i’ve been looking for a deity and i heard of a friend whose diety was artemis. I wondered if she could actually be my deity. Just read this and i feel so simular to her! I am so excited to get to know her more. Thank you!

  16. Edd/lemon | 6th Nov 20

    I’ve been thinking about my first altar going to Artemis. With paganism nature is a lot more prominent so she is very fitting. I know this sounds very cheesy of me to say/ask but the easiest memory I’ve ever had was a dream, I was at the top of a stair case and at the bottom was a wolf on their hind legs and the whole dream was the wolf walking up the stairs to me, could this mean anything?

    • Cheyenne | 17th Dec 20

      Maybe it was Mistress Artemis welcoming you.

  17. Angela | 12th Oct 20

    No, because an oath and a ritual are two similar, but different things at the same time. For example, an oath and a ritual will give you protection provided by her. An oath is different from this… because that will make you one of her hunters. Still, she has to accept you. I never knew when she accepted me, but I started receiving signs. For example, dreams, animals, and her symbols. Don’t purposely try to seek them on purpose though. That won’t mean anything if you try to force her acceptance.

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  19. Paige | 21st Aug 20

    i worship artemis for helping me remember who i was before trauma and aldulthood – these days so much can warp a growing child that they can forget completely who they are, and i’m very thankful to her for helping me find myself and my way again.

  20. Julia | 2nd Aug 20

    Can I just say, pictured in the blog is the Library in Ephesus. The temple is different and no longer standing. The library does look way cooler and its a facade. Really recommend visiting when you can.

  21. lee | 31st Jul 20

    i realize now that Artemis has always called/guided me since childhood, how do i make sure she knows i didn’t waste her time?

    • admin | 2nd Aug 20

      Set up an altar and start working with her/honoring her.

      • Susan | 23rd Aug 20

        Hey guys am new to Artemis but i can feel her light and power i was wondering if the invocation really works.

  22. Interested | 14th Jun 20

    I feel like she is kind of similar to Selene🤔

    • admin | 15th Jun 20

      yes, but Selene was thought to be the moon personified whereas Artemis was a goddess of the moon. a slight difference there.

    • Roxy | 3rd Jul 20

      I never worked with a deity… Because i never felt a sign. But i just woke up and i dreamed about her. She didnt came to me but i was in the dark and a voice just like a news reader said we carried her long enough. Artemis. Suddenly i can see i am at a corner of a street in front of a house and it said if you want it… carry her. Artimis. Than i woke up. (I am in an abusive relationship with young kids and no place to go. I am feeling really sad and depressed) i am a little confused rn… i am a nature, animal, moon lover and i wear a silver moonstone pendant. I feel like its a sign.. i just dont feel worthy enough. I hope someone can help me. Thank you for this amazing article ♡

      • Artemis | 6th Jul 20

        she is calling to you, saying she is here to help. you are always worthy, and deserve this divine protection, and much more. Have faith, pray to her. She hears you. i am the sign.

      • Dani | 6th Jul 20

        You are worthy, and she hears you. she is calling on to you, accept the love and light she has for you, she is here to help you. you deserve the divine protection and love, and so much more. pray to her, listen and feel her. she calls to you and you are ready.

      • Ally Carrick | 19th Jul 20

        Look for guidance in her, she will take care of you

      • Dede | 16th Sep 20

        I never worked with one either. I never even had a dream about her! but for YEARS shes been sending me signs in the form of Deer and I just now realize. I got a reading for it and I was told the deer were a sign and that a goddess wanted to get my attention, specifically Artemis and now im doing research on her. this article made me really wanna work with her. I was shocked when I heard this especially since shes a Goddess but she makes me automatically feel safe (since shes a protecter) even though the only signs I have ever gotten were from Deer.

    • Brooke | 20th Jul 20

      The more I learn about her, the more I love her. I am co convinced she’s my spirit guide. I did a meditation to meet my spirit guide and I saw a wolf who then transformed into a cat. After doing some research on deities associated with those I felt the deepest connection with Artemis. I discovered this on the 6th which apparently the number 6 is sacred to her. I want to talk with her. I want a connection and relationship with her. How do I do this? I love her!

  23. Ren Wolf | 25th May 20

    Is it just me or is there some sort of wild when the moon shines?

  24. Tawany | 9th May 20

    Dear, could you explain this association between Hekate and Artemis?

    “Gods and Goddesses: Apollo, Diana, Leto, Nymphs, Hecate”

    • admin | 9th May 20

      Truly they are both goddesses of the moon. That’s the real link.

      • Kat | 12th Jul 20

        My understanding is that Selene is the moon goddess of the heavens, Artemis moon goddess of the earth, and Hecate moon goddess of the underworld.
        Kat (●)

  25. Gee | 5th May 20

    I’m really new to this sort of work so do you have any tips pr advice? Thanks!

  26. miriem | 2nd May 20

    hey! I was wondering when we can find all those info you shared! especially if there is any book that talks about the offerings to Artemis. In greek most of the info we get is from mythology.. but how can i know the offerings are accurate?

  27. Daniel | 26th Apr 20

    Is it possible for a guy to work with Artemis?

    • admin | 30th Apr 20

      Sure! I would just say that you should be very respectful of women, particularly their bodies and sexuality.

    • William Fowkes | 30th Jan 21

      I too am being drawn to Artemis. She keeps appearing everywhere. I have always revered women . I’ve delivered a baby. I grow the herbs already. I am a passionate lover and protector of animals. The only iffy thing is archery. Very unsuccessful as a youth. Maybe I should try now. Are you being drawn too?

      • Cheryl Lynn | 7th Feb 21

        My boyfriend and I just took up archery a few months ago. I’m a pagan/Thelemite and recognize it as very spiritual and have named my bow Artemis, but am only now looking for a way to invoke her before I go out to shoot. I have a dear witchy friend who has honored Artemis for years. I am now understanding some of the things she has talked about, and experiences she has had. Artemis is a hard taskmistress but well worth it. My friend is a strong, independent witch who just gets better all the time.

  28. | 1st Apr 20

    is there any downsides to the ritual? Is it the same as taking an oath??

    • Sher | 24th Aug 20

      I was also wondering this.

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