Trivia can be found in several places on PaganPath, and it covers a wide range of interest such as sabbats, Wicca, Witchcraft, Paganism, divination, gardening and herbs and much more.
You will find a Samhain trivia section under the "Sabbats" menu at the top of the page. Click on "Samhain" when it drops down and you will see the trivia area for that sabbat.
On the right hand side of every page you will see the PaganPath Trivia and Fun area (scroll down if you don't see it). In that section you will see assorted trivia, jokes and bumper stickers. This changes every time you visit a page so as you browse around the site be sure to check it out.
To the Romans, Trivia was the guardian of the crossroads. To the Greeks, she was Hekate or Hecate, the Goddess of the Moon and Witchcraft.
Trivia/Hecate is often represented as a three phase Goddess, and the origin of "Trivia" is from the Latin trivium, tri = triple and via=way. This usually refers to a place where three paths, roads or "ways" meet. Trivia is the plural of trivium.
On the note of trivia, there are sea shells in the Trivia genus. In most of the UK these are called "cowrie" shells. They are closely related to true cowry shells but are a bit smaller, and are used in a similar fashion. Sea shells of the trivia genus and small cowrie shells used in magic charms for protection (usually of women and children), fertility and divination. Click on the image to the right to enlarge.