Re: Cernunnos and antlers finally found in archeological site
- A user, unfortunately anonymous, gave the following very interesting
interpretation on the two Suns on the representation of apotheosis
(on the Louvre stella) but also valid for the Gundestrup
vessels "two wheels":
"Also note that one of the sun's rays illuminate (judge) two
prisoners; one with death and another with clemency"
--- In email@example.com, "dciurchea" <dciurchea@...> wrote:
> Recently(2006) a royal tomb (assigned to Gepids: Polus tumulus
> Cluj-Napoca)was unveiled; the "celtic cross" was found on the
> seal and on vessels.
> Please observe that kings' monograms are not necessarily symbols
> the peasants(the people) but deserve a mystic or genealogic role.
> Please review my
> previous post on "historical Odin" for the Draco/Balaur issue.
> Moreover, in the Polus site, antlers were found along with the
> stag's head. The antlers are not conserved in museum but left on
> site, so anybody can see
> The connection with Cernunos was not made yet, but I make it now:
> THIS IS THE FIRST ARCHEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE OF ANTLERS USED FOR
> BURIAL/FUNERAL OF KINGS
> The necessary connection to the Gundestrup cauldron (also thougt
> some of Wallachian origin) may be made along with the
> of the afterworld on
> old (XIVth century) churches:
> 1. Draco/devil is Nidhog, the worm of the underworld.
> 2. Balaur/Cernunos is feeding Draco and therefore Balaur/Cernunos
> may not be eaten by Draco.
> Therefore, the antlers were thought to mask the deceased into the
> Balaur/Cernunos in the afterworld.
> In the museum of Cluj I got the following burrial ring with the
> sun/moon/Ishtar, like inn the Sumerian room at Louvre:
> Elaborating further on the "wheels" on the Gundestrup cauldron,
> these are the two suns of the Apotheosis. Picture from the Louvre
> the apotheosis:
> Religion, as learned from various finds, may NOT be assigned to a
> nation (e.g. celts) but to the gentry-which had not a mother
> but a genealogy and a
> trans national cult of the afterworld.
> May I elaborate on the etymology of Wallachia, a duchy mentioned
> Niebelungen Lied along with a Romanian leader ("Rumunc der Vlachen
> Hertzog mit acht
> hunndert Mannen") which is usually associated with Romania. My
> opinion is that this duchy which denotes a diminutive of valley
> (e)>>Valeaca>>Valaca) was
> altered by German/Hungarian transcriptions and also by common
> confusion between consonants into Feleacu (phonetic F for V),
> the hill near Cluj-Napoca.
> Later this duchy appears as Doboka-Szolnok in Hungarian and
> a county until 1918.
> The archeological traces we have, refer to the gentry not to the
> peasants and therefore we have no "great migration" but eventually
> wars and mostly change of
> Therefore I got the religious connection between Celtic/Nordic
> (Odin's Valaskijalf==Wallachia) realm and the Gepid capital at
> It appears that this is
> where historical Woden's successors came . Thus the story told by
> Jordanes on the Gepid's origin appears true.