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Today in History 11/30/2012

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1 Today in History 11/30/2012 on Tue Nov 27, 2012 4:59 am

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1954 U.S.A. Meteorite
30th November, 1954 : An Alabama woman Mrs. Hulett Hodges became the first known person today to be struck by a meteorite. The meteorite six or eight inches in diameter, fell through her roof leaving a three-foot hole. She was only slightly injured, the United States Air Force flew to the Hodge's Alabama home and took the nine-pound object back to Washington. The Hodges demanded that the rock be returned to them so their family could keep it as a souvenir.

November 30 is the day of the festival of Hecate Trivia, which is a day that honors Hecate as a goddess of the crossroads. The word trivia refers not to miniscule bits of information, but to the Latin term for a place where three roads meet (tri + via). Hecate had domain over the realms of earth, fertility rituals, and childbirth. Eventually, she evolved to become a goddess of magic and sorcery. She was venerated as a mother goddess, and during the Ptolemaic period in Alexandria was elevated to her position as goddess of ghosts and the spirit world. Learn more about this goddess of many aspects, at Hecate, Dark Goddess of Magic


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