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Kernunnos of Ste. Germaine Seated yoga-like upon a dais he wears a torc and a robe of woolen folds. This image is bearded and the original had two small heads above the ears; head triplism signified extreme potency among the Celts. That the god had stag antlers rather than bull horns is important, reflecting his shy nature and beneficent role as bringer of prosperity. This is further imaged by the bowl of fruits with torc and the two ram-headed serpents in his lap. This earth-honoring Green Man's horns can be removed for seasonal variety. See Kernunnos Of Gundesrup. See Kernunnos Of Reims.

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