Celtic Father of Animals
By Maxine Miller
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.
Measures 11 inches.
Resin Plaque with Wood Color Finish. Includes hook for convenient hanging.
Maxine Miller, ©2006