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Cernunnus

Cernunnos. In Celtic religion, a deity worshiped as “lord of wild things.” He wore stag antlers and sometimes carried a torque (sacred neck ornament).

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Gallic divinity Cernunnus who lingered in southern France until Roman times, to the deer-antlered shamans of central.
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12 Feb 2011 S \ Bay \ 2000 \ Cernunnus von Hof. CH x Irco Polo \. Marta Ortega Pérez (ESP).
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Plea to help upkeep of Cerne Giant
Some theories for his origins suggest he might be the ancient Saxon god Heil, the Iron Age god Cernunnus and most popularly the Roman god Hercules who is usually shown naked with a club in his right hand a lion skin draped over his other arm.

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CERNUNNUS : The deity from Celtic Mythology
CERNUNNUS: The deity. A very Deer God. He has antlers and runs around a lot with wild animals.
Cernunnus - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Cernunnus
Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Cernunnus. Cernunnus. Information about Cernunnus in the Hutchinson encyclopedia.
Cernunnus definition of Cernunnus in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
Cernunnos. In Celtic religion, a deity worshiped as “lord of wild things.” He wore stag antlers and sometimes carried a torque (sacred neck ornament).
pashupati ~ cernunnus ~ pan ~ satan ?
Cernunnus interview LIVE at Caper Radio - YouTube
Jun 13, 2011 The horned god of the underworld stops in at Caper Radio.

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