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  • My squealing fangirl moment of the night came when William dedicated "Cernunnos" to me.

    "I, dread lord of shadows, With broken spell, Unto this rotting age, I bid farewell."

  • Mr. Bass, do you genuinely fear retribution from Cernunnos, Artemis, or some other Animal Master if you fail to lay out the remains just so?

    The Ritual: After Death, Before Venison

  • The dryad, wood spirit, was a lesser stag beetle, related to that antler-headed Cernunnos of beetles but smaller and darker.

    Country diary: Wenlock Edge

  • I'll almost guarantee at one point this ritual was meant to raise the group's energy, and perhaps ask for some from Cernunnos, then direct that energy so that the town's hunters would have a successful season.

    Strange Hunting Traditions

  • The Goddess (or Kali in Hinduism), hearing about this, waits until Winter Solstice to bring back Pan (or Cernunnos in Celtic mythology), the Horned God.

    Laughing Gods

  • Which is to say, I may look to and venerate the Mórrígan, and Hecate, and Demeter, and Cernunnos (and a small host of others), but the concept of Panthalassa acts as a sort of godhead, freed of any connotations of gender or consciousness, morality or anthropomorphic form.

    Something Cool

  • There are no magicians like John Constantine or Harry Potter, but someone can be a descendant of a deity - Mane, who can channel animal powers through his great X grandfather Cernunnos.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Which Origin Stories are Plausible?

  • Cernunnos, the horned god of the forests, father of all life.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • Though, truthfully, a metaphorical Cernunnos or Pan is as useful to me as would be one whose reality were less subjective.

    Winter Solstice 2008

  • The earliest known depictions of Cernunnos were found at Val Camonica, in northern Italy, which was under Celtic occupation from about 400 bc.

    Ceraunos and Cernunnos

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