Dragon*Con costume(s)


Cernunnos means “horned-one.” This spirit god was revered by Iron Age Celts in both Britain and France. His unwavering image has been found in over a dozen artifacts, most notably the mysterious Gundestrup cauldron, (Denmark.) Cernunnos is almost always depicted with 7 tines,or points per antler, and is attended by a mythical horned serpent. He is associated with reincarnation, fertility, and good fortune in the hunt. In Medieval tymes his worship was seen as a threat to the Church, and this benevolent deity was transformed into the Christian devil.

Dragon*Con XVIII, Atlanta, Georgia, 3rd6th of Septembre, 2004

Paralada, costumes banner II

Went down to Georgia, looking for a soul to steal.
Monday, 1 November, 2004 20:43


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