Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Cernunnos


Symbolizes nature, fertility, life, death, and rebirth. As a deity often depicted with antlers, Cernunnos embodies the cycle of nature and the connection between humanity and the earth. In dreams, he may represent the dreamer’s connection to nature, the cycles of life, or the need to embrace natural rhythms and instincts. He can also signify abundance, prosperity, and the integration of masculine energies.

Themes: “nature”, “fertility”, “cycle”, “abundance”, “masculine”

More in: “The Gods of the Celts” by Miranda Green.

Last Updated: 2024-06-14
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