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The Greenman, Cernunnos/Herne the Hunter.painting by Helena Nelson-Reed

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victoriousvocabulary: “ CERNUNNOS [noun] the conventional name given in Celtic studies to depictions of the horned god of Celtic polytheism. The name itself is only attested once, on the

The Greenman, Cernunnos/Herne the Hunter... By Artist Unknown...

The Greenman, Cernunnos/Herne the Hunter. By Artist Unknown.

Diana was the goddess of the hunt, being associated with wild animals and the woodland. Diana is also of the moon in Roman mythology. Dianic Wicca

Diana Art Print, Briar Fantasy Art Print Goddess Diana

Diana was the goddess of the hunt, being associated with wild animals and the woodland. Diana is also of the moon in Roman mythology.

Artodyssey: Helena Nelson-Reed

Artodyssey: Helena Nelson-Reed The play of form with the source gets complicating to the point of driving one to a climax and through to the gates of crest.

~Susan Seddon Boulet

some of my spirit animal guides. This artwork is in my healing room.~♥~ ~♥~ ♥~ ~♥~ Clearly a Susan Sedon Boulet piece

Animal Totem

An artistic expression using the Native American sign language by a student to the "Spirit of One" from Jana's Grammy Nominated Album, American Indian Story.

A richly symbolic image depicting the Celtic ‘Horned God’ Cerne or Cernunnoss in passionate embrace with his consort, The Goddess. Cerne is traditionally Lord of the Animals and The Goddess is generally associated with the ‘Sacred Forest’ of all life on Earth. The forest needs animals to spread seeds and pollinate flowers, and animals need forest to provide food/shelter. As such, neither can survive without the other. By Beau Raven: http://www.redbubble.com/people/beauravn/works/437481

Celtic ‘Horned God’ Cerne in embrace with his consort The Goddess. Cerne is traditionally Lord of the Animals and The Goddess is associated with the ‘Sacred Forest’

Lugh by Ayrtha. Lugh is an Irish deity represented in mythological texts as a hero and High King of the distant past. He is a reflex of the pan-Celtic god Lugus, and his Welsh counterpart is Lleu Llaw Gyffes, The Bright One with the Strong Hand".

Lugh is the Celtic lord of every skill (including magic! He is also referred to as “The Shining One” and one of the main deities of the Celtic Pantheon. Lugh is honored at the fall festival of Lugnasa, which occurs on Aug. This is a time of harvesting.

Ostara from whom we get the name "Easter" More on the origin of Easter try this link on the not so hidden pagan orgins of Easter:  http://peeringtheveil.com/post/20614028598/the-not-so-hidden-pagan-origins-of-easter  originally posted by StargateAlliance on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/StargateAlliance

German goddess Ostara (or Eostre) is the goddess of Spring and the goddess for whom this sabbat is named. The goddess Ostara is also associated with the dawn.

Modron : Welsh Celtic goddess of Autumn, the harvest, magic ...

Celtic Goddess Aine, Irish goddess of summer, wealth and sovereignty. In Christian times she became a fairy queen.

Elen von Möglichkeiten Totem A5 archivalische Druck

Elen of the Ways totem A5 archival print

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