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a drawing of a man sitting on top of a rock
The Kantharos : Photo
a drawing of a man sitting in the water with his arms crossed and eyes closed
toddyeager: "Late Summer Satyr Sitting in a Stream" (Derek) 6"x12.5" Blue grey, brown, and red ink wash with black ink and white charcoal highlights.
an illustration of a deer holding a shield with horns on it's head, and another animal in the background
Herne, pagan god of the forest who appears in Celtic, Viking, Anglo-Saxon and other mythologies.
an image of a tree that has been cut into the shape of a human figure
The Lord of the Forest by…
a statue with horns on it's head sitting in front of a white background
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Celtic God Cernunnos Bust The Horned God - Cernunnos/Herne (stag-horned) in Celtic tradition and Faunus/Pan (goat-horned) in Graeco/Roman tradition. Interconnected observations of the Horned God in His multi-manifestations occur for many who claim Him as their Patron. The Horned One is known as the primeval God of Male Sexual Vitality.
a man standing in the middle of a forest next to a giant deer with glowing eyes
The Greenman, Cernunnos/Herne the Hunter... By Artist Unknown...
the face of a man with many branches on it
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The Oak Man ~ Marc Potts
a white wolf standing on top of a body of water next to a forest filled with trees
In all his glory
a black and white photo of a deer in the dark
Herne in his wild form. The horned God, Lord I the hunt. My Patron God. For you Herne, you have my heart and my undying love and devotion.
Warning Dont Piss Off the Fairies Funny Fantasy Humor Tin Metal Steel Sign 12x18 Funny Quotes, Humour, Sayings, Vintage, Quotes, Pissed Off, Fairy Quotes, Humor, Words
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Warning Dont Piss Off the Fairies Funny Fantasy Humor Tin Metal Steel Sign 12x18
a face made out of clay on the side of a building
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Found in many cultures from many ages around the world, the Green Man is often related to natural vegetative deities. It is primarily interpreted as a symbol of rebirth, representing the cycle of growth each spring. Some[1][2] speculate that the mythology of the Green Man developed independently in the traditions of separate ancient cultures and evolved into the wide variety of examples found throughout history.....
an intricately carved face is shown on the side of a building in black and white
a black and white photo of a statue with flowers on his head
Green Man by Angry Penguin, via Flickr
a carved wooden face with leaves on it's sides and an evil looking man's head in the center
Green Man Trail Oxfordshire
New College Chapel, Oxford; 14th-century misericord Photo: Oxford Times
a man's face is made out of green leaves and has an intricate pattern on it
The Greenman, Cernunnos/Herne the Hunter...By Artist Unknown...
a carved wooden head with leaves on it's face is shown in front of some bushes
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New Green Man Wood Carving
a ceramic face is shown in the grass
mythological and other tiles
green man ceramic tile by
an image of a painting with trees and animals in the foreground, on a black background
Ian MacCulloch
**Ian MacCulloch : Green Man
an oil painting of trees and water at sunset
Cathedral by Jan Schmuckal Oil ~ 48 x 24
a man and woman hugging under a tree with leaves on the branches in black and white
Kinky Beards : Photos
Kinky Beards : Photo