Cernunnos Inspired Stag in Ancient Worlds

The oldest (Celtic) god is Cernunnos,┬ádepicted with the antlers of a stag, seated cross-legged, associated with animals, and holding or wearing a torc (is a large rigid or stiff neck ring in metal, made either as a single piece or from strands twisted together). Not much is known about Cernunnos but interpretations identify him as a beneficent god of nature, life, or fertility. I find it interesting that Cernunnos is half man, half stag. We clearly like to relate ourselves to such a magnificent animal. It looks well built yet elegant, noble and humble, strong but vulnerable. I remember driving … Continue reading Cernunnos Inspired Stag in Ancient Worlds