"CERNunnos was an important deity of the Celts, essentially a nature god associated with produce and fertility. He was called the "Horned One" (a literal translation of his name) or the "Horned God", and was one of a number of similar deities found in many ancient cultures.
He was worshipped over a wide area of Europe, from Romania to Ireland, as evinced by various representations found in around thirty different sites across the continent. The earliest known depiction of Cernunnos was found at Val Camonica in Italy, dating from the 4th century BC, while the best known depiction is on the famous Gundestrup cauldron found in Denmark and dating from the 1st century BC. His name is known from the "Pillar of the Boatmen", a monument now displayed in the Muse national du Moyen Age in Paris. It is believed to have been erected as an altar by Gallic sailors in the early 1st century AD and was found in the foundations of the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris on the site of the Celtic settlement of Lutetia. It depicts Cernunnos and other Celtic deities alongside Roman divinities, providing an illustration of the way in which Celtic gods were absorbed into the Roman pantheon. Indeed, Julius Caesar associated him with the Roman god Dis Pater, while other Roman sources associated him with Mercury.
The Pilier des nautes provides the only or earliest written record of the deity's name.
Cernunnos is nearly always portrayed with animals, in particular the stag. He is also frequently associated with a unique beast that seems to belong only to him: a serpent with the horns of a ram. This creature appears to have been a deity in its own right. Less often he is associated with other beasts, including bulls, dogs and rats. Because of his frequent association with beasts scholars often describe Cenunnos as the "Lord of the Animals" or the "Lord of Wild Things". Because of his association with stags in particular (a particularly hunted beast) he is also described as the "Lord of the Hunt". Interestingly, the Pilier des nautes links him with sailors and with commerce, suggesting that he was also associated with material wealth.
The worship of CERNunnos was particularly vehemently opposed by early Christianity, which saw him as an unacceptable symbol of paganism. Illustrations of Cernunnos-like figures were used to symbolise demonic and anti-Christian forces, and it may be presumed that shrines to Cernunnos were targets of early attempts to root out paganism....
In the modern Neo-Pagan movements, of which Wicca is the most notable, the worship of the Horned or Antlered God has been revived. Whether or not these religious groups are actually surviving cults or modern reconstructions, the adherents generally follow the life-fertility-death cycle for Cernunnos, though his death is now usually set at Samhain, the Celtic New Year Festival usually associated with October 31, ...Halloween. "
"Pillar of the Boatmen" ("Pilier des nautes").
I have extensivly written about the Mermaid and the sinking of the 2 boats in the week following the first CERN beam experiment, connected with AoC, Solana and Financial crisis (here) and (here).
One information I was holding back until today, but presenting now:
the day between sinking of Asgaard, bay of biscay (2008, Sept 12.)
and the Bandirma ferry, Marmare, Turkey (2008, Sept.14),
the obelisk of London ("Cleopatra's needle"), was erected in London.
AND: loaded onto a pontoon, the obelisk had been towed back to England by ship via the Bay of Biscay(ALSO!!). Despite the pontoon breaking free during a violent storm en-route (in which the vessel almost sank and several seamen died), it eventually reached London.
Although originally earmarked to stand outside the Houses of Parliament, the obelisk was finally erected on the Thames Embankment alongside two Victorian sphinxes. Underneath the monument is a time capsule, which amongst other things, contains a daily London newspaper, several bibles, a copy of Bradshaw's railway guide, and twelve(!) pictures of the Britain's most attractive women.
The distance-relation between Bay of Biscaya(Mare Atlantis) to Geneve(CERN, adress: Route de Meyrin(!) to Istanbul(Marmare) is aproxm. 1/3(0.333) to 2/3(0.666). The Boss of bank of England is MER(o)VIN KING. And now the connection CERN - pillar of boatsmen (nautic)!!
plus Cauldron: Cauldron is a symbol of alchemical gateways and transmutation. "Undoubtedly the most famous image believed to represent CERNunnos is from an inner plate of a priceless silver-plated copper cauldron unearthed in the spring of 1891 in a Danish peat-bog near the hamlet of Gundestrup in Northern Jutland. Cauldrons or chalices (also called grails) were often used in ancient Pagan religious rites, symbolic of the cauldron of the goddess Cerridwen, the so-called cauldron of rebirth. But the Gundestrup cauldron was obviously very special. "
My article had connected the boat story with the JACKAL STONE NAVAL EXERCISE- "In the Egyptian mythology Anubis (DOG-GOD) was the god of the Underworld and Guardian of the Tombs."