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  • Cernunnos Wall Plaque Wood Finish

    Cernunnos, known as the Horned One, is the antlered God of the Forest. His name is written in Theban script on the banner and he is represented as the God of Abundance and Prosperity. He is often seen carrying a sack that spills out coins as a blessing to his people. Call on him to increase the flow of abundance in your life.

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  • Small Celtic God Cernunnos Wall Plaque Stone Finish

    Cernunnos, the Forest Lord, also known by Celts as the Horned One, was the antlered God of the Forest and Prosperity. He often carried a sack that spilled out coins and grain. To symbolize the aspect of the Provider, there are seven coins hidden within the piece, each carved with a symbol of Cernunnos. The right side of his face is decorated with holly, the left side with oak and mistletoe. His classic torc is worn at his neck and his ram-headed snake coils among the seven tines of his antlers. Cernunnos

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  • Small Cernunnos Wall Plaque

    The Celtic god Cernunnos went by many names, although two of the most commonly known titles were either 'The Forest Lord' or 'The Horned God'. Either is appropriate, when you consider the look of this natural yet wild looking Small Cernunnos Wall Plaque. This impressive accent recreates the Celtic god in all his glory, while also including various touches of symbolism, including various emblems that were associated with Cernunnos, when his faith was stronger. The plaque depicts a smiling man with a curled

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  • Cernunnos Plaque

    Cernunnos, known as the horned one, is a Celtic god of the forest, as well as a deity who presides over abundance and prosperity. This Cernunnos Plaque depicts the god in that capacity, revealing him as he sheds bounty for all those in need. This impressive plaque is shaped like an archway, and it features, as its central image, the features of the horned god himself. Cernunnos, with his great antlers, sits between the antler-like columns, holding a sack in his hands, out of which spills numerous coins to

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  • Small Celtic God Cernunnos Wall Plaque Wood Finish

    Cernunnos, the Forest Lord, also known by Celts as the Horned One, was the antlered God of the Forest and Prosperity. He often carried a sack that spilled out coins and grain. To symbolize the aspect of the Provider, there are seven coins hidden within the piece, each carved with a symbol of Cernunnos. The right side of his face is decorated with holly, the left side with oak and mistletoe. His classic torc is worn at his neck and his ram-headed snake coils among the seven tines of his antlers. Cernunnos

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  • Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque Stone

    CJ-MKEP-S Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque Stone Symbol of the Hunter and the Hunted. Also known as Herne the Hunter. Modern Druidry, which derives f.. reviews Regular price: $60.00 Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque Stone Cernunnos the male horned god of the Iron age Celts adopted by Wiccans as the great Horned God of the Forests.

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  • Cernunnos Plaque Wood Finish

    > Cernunnos Plaque Wood Finish Product 3/12 Cernunnos Plaque Wood Finish Cernunnos Plaque Wood Finish Cernunnos, known as the Horned One, is the antlered God of the Forest. His name is written in Theban script on the banner and he is represented as the God of Abundance and Prosperity. He is often seen carrying a sack that spills out coins as a blessing to his people. Call on him to increase the flow of abundance in your life. Plaque Measures 5 1/4 inches high x 4 inches wide x 7/8 inches deep. Cold cast

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  • Large Cernunnos Plaque - Wood Finish

    Large Cernunnos Plaque - Wood Finish Description The horned one is the antlered God of the Forest, who represents the God of Abundance and Prosperity, and is often seen carrying a sack that spills out coins as a blessing to his people. Call on him to increase the flow of abundance in your life. Excellent detail. 7 x 7". Wood finish. $33.95 Related Products...

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  • Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque

    Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque Cernunnos the male horned god of the Iron age Celts adopted by Wiccans as the great Horned God of the Forests. CJ-MKEP 1 Day for quantities up to 2 in stock. CJ-MKEP 1 Day for quantities up to 2 in stock. 0 reviews

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  • Cernunnos Wall Plaque Wood Finish

    Cernunnos, known as the Horned One, is the antlered God of the Forest. His name is written in Theban script on the banner and he is represented as the God of Abundance and Prosperity. He is often seen carrying a sack that spills out coins as a blessing to his people. Call on him to increase the flow of abundance in your life.

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  • Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque

    Shopping Cart Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque Cernunnos the male horned god of the Iron age Celts adopted by Wiccans as the great Horned God of the Forests . CJ -MKEP Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque by Symbol of the Hunter and the Hunted. Also known as Herne the Hunter. Modern Druidry, which derives from Celtic culture, honors Cernunnos in his ancient Celto-European form as the guardian of the forests, the defender of the animal tuatha (tribes), the source of the deep forest wisdom, and

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  • Small Celtic God Cernunnos Pentacle Wall Plaque

    Small Celtic God Cernunnos Pentacle Wall Plaque Item 8948 Our Price : $25 .99 $19 .99 24 % Savings! Cernunnos, known to the Celts as `The Horned One`, is the stag antlered God of the Forest, God of Prosperity and God of the Underworld. He often carried a bag filled with coins, and was purported to be a shape-shifter, with the ability to turn himself into any animal. His antlers are regarded as symbols of virility and fertility. The Horned God is born at the winter solstice, marries the goddess at

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  • Cernunnos Plaque Wood Finish

    > Cernunnos Plaque Wood Finish Product 33/172 Cernunnos Plaque Wood Finish Cernunnos Plaque Wood Finish Cernunnos, known as the Horned One, is the antlered God of the Forest. His name is written in Theban script on the banner and he is represented as the God of Abundance and Prosperity. He is often seen carrying a sack that spills out coins as a blessing to his people. Call on him to increase the flow of abundance in your life. Plaque Measures 5 1/4 inches high x 4 inches wide x 7/8 inches deep. Cold cast

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  • Cernunnos Plaque - Wood Finish

    Cernunnos Plaque - Wood Finish Description The horned one is the antlered God of the Forest, who represents the God of Abundance and Prosperity, and is often seen carrying a sack that spills out coins as a blessing to his people. Call on him to increase the flow of abundance in your life. Excellent detail. 5 1/4 x 4 7/8". Wood finish. $19.95 Related Products...

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  • Small Celtic God Cernunnos Wall Plaque Stone Finish

    Cernunnos, the Forest Lord, also known by Celts as the Horned One, was the antlered God of the Forest and Prosperity. He often carried a sack that spilled out coins and grain. To symbolize the aspect of the Provider, there are seven coins hidden within the piece, each carved with a symbol of Cernunnos. The right side of his face is decorated with holly, the left side with oak and mistletoe. His classic torc is worn at his neck and his ram-headed snake coils among the seven tines of his antlers. Cernunnos

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  • Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque

    Shopping Cart Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque Cernunnos the male horned god of the Iron age Celts adopted by Wiccans as the great Horned God of the Forests . CJ -MKEP Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque by Symbol of the Hunter and the Hunted. Also known as Herne the Hunter. Modern Druidry, which derives from Celtic culture, honors Cernunnos in his ancient Celto-European form as the guardian of the forests, the defender of the animal tuatha (tribes), the source of the deep forest wisdom, and

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  • Cernunnos Shaman Wall Plaque - Dark Green - Pagan Art/Home Decor

    CERNUNNOS Shaman Wall Plaque, in a dark green glaze, but can be ordered in other glsze colors or washes. Hand-sculpted from the ancient artifact. Made of porcelain clay (not plaster), and has been fired in the kiln. Measures 3" wide x 4" high, with hole for hanging on your wall. NOTE: I will combine shipping if multiple items are ordered from this, and/or my other Etsy shops, and will refund any excessive postage overcharge. Visit all my Etsy shops at: www .etsy .com /shop /AradiasGallery (pottery, tiles,

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  • Cernunnos Shaman Wall Plaque - Dark Green - Pagan Art/Home Decor

    CERNUNNOS Shaman Wall Plaque, in a dark green glaze, but can be ordered in other glsze colors or washes. Hand-sculpted from the ancient artifact. Made of porcelain clay (not plaster), and has been fired in the kiln. Measures 3" wide x 4" high, with hole for hanging on your wall. NOTE: I will combine shipping if multiple items are ordered from this, and/or my other Etsy shops, and will refund any excessive postage overcharge. Visit all my Etsy shops at: www .etsy .com /shop /AradiasGallery (pottery, tiles,

    $16.95

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  • Large Cernunnos Plaque - Wood Finish

    Large Cernunnos Plaque - Wood Finish Description The horned one is the antlered God of the Forest, who represents the God of Abundance and Prosperity, and is often seen carrying a sack that spills out coins as a blessing to his people. Call on him to increase the flow of abundance in your life. Excellent detail. 7 x 7". Wood finish. $33.95 Related Products...

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  • Cernunnos plaque

    22" x 6" size. Oak plaque, stained dark brown, Cernunnos picture, wood hoop beaded dreamcatcher, accented with leather, feathers, and beads.

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  • Cernunnos Round Plaque Wood Finish

    Cernunnos is the horned God of the witches. Here portrayed as influenced by the Gundestrup Cauldron, which was found in bog in Denmark. It is believed that the cauldron was stolen by the Vikings broken up and given as a sacrifice. He is holding the rams headed serpent that some associate with the dark half of the year - basically from Scorpio to Aries. The torc is probably a symbol of sovereignty or kingship.

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  • Cernunnos Wall Plaque

    Celtic Horned God Cernunnos Wall Plaque: Wood Finish Resin Cernunnos the male horned god of the Iron age Celts. Symbol of the Hunter and the Hunted. Also known as Herne the Hunter. Modern Druidry, which derives from Celtic culture, honors Cernunnos in his ancient Celto-European form as the guardian of the forests, the defender of the animal tuatha (tribes), the source of the deep forest wisdom, and the masculine half of creative energy. His restorative work in the cycle of the year is particularly

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  • Maxine Miller Cernunnos Plaque

    It's once again a great honor and pleasure to be working with Maxine Millers Manager Michael MacFarlane and representing her artwork on etsy. I love Cernunnos and I feel she has captured his essence better than any representation I have yet to see on the market. This is the horned God in his glory. The hunter and protector of the hunted, defender of the Animal tribes. Heavy solid high quality resin 15".

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  • Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque Stone

    Symbol of the Hunter and the Hunted. Also known as Herne the Hunter. Modern Druidry, which derives from Celtic culture, honors Cernunnos in his ancient Celto-European form as the guardian of the forests, the defender of the animal tuatha (tribes), the source of the deep forest wisdom, and the masculine half of creative energy. His restorative work in the cycle of the year is particularly celebrated at Beltaine, and is often paired with one or another of the female deities in her maiden aspect. Druids may

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  • Cernunnos Wall Plaque

    "Hoof and Horn" Cernunnos is the ancient Celtic Horned God. He holds sway over life and fertility as consort to the Great Mother Goddess, but he also rules over death as God of the Hunt and guardian of the gates of the Otherworld. Cernunnos is the God of the woodlands, animals, and revelry. He is the male half of "Spirit" and therefor is the male creative principal. He is usually depicted with the horns of a stag, but has also been shown with the horns of a ram or a goat. It comes in a natual tone with

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  • Cernunnos Horned God Celtic Wall Plaque

    Symbol of the Hunter and the Hunted. Also known as Herne the Hunter. Modern Druidry, which derives from Celtic culture, honors Cernunnos in his ancient Celto-European form as the guardian of the forests, the defender of the animal tuatha (tribes), the source of the deep forest wisdom, and the masculine half of creative energy. His restorative work in the cycle of the year is particularly celebrated at Beltaine, and is often paired with one or another of the female deities in her maiden aspect. Druids may

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  • Cernunnos Nature Wall Plaque

    Cernunnos, the essence of the masculine aspect in the balance of Nature. The antlered god sits in a lush woodland setting, surrounded by symbols of fertility, power and masculinity - stag, bull, snake. The torc around his neck symbolizes his sacred role as husbandman to Mother Earth; with his right hand he bestows a torc of initiation. A ram-headed serpent, connoting male sexual power and vitality, is held under control in his left hand. [© 2006 Maxine Miller]

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  • Cernunnos Wall Plaque

    "Hoof and Horn" Cernunnos is the ancient Celtic Horned God. He holds sway over life and fertility as consort to the Great Mother Goddess, but he also rules over death as God of the Hunt and guardian of the gates of the Otherworld. Cernunnos is the God of the woodlands, animals, and revelry. He is the male half of "Spirit" and therefor is the male creative principal. He is usually depicted with the horns of a stag, but has also been shown with the horns of a ram or a goat. It comes in a natual tone with

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