Who is the horned god in Greek mythology? Pan and Silvanus were horned gods (most commonly depicted to goat-like features) who ruled the wild places of the world; the Greeks and Romans would have closely associated the two. Cernunnos was also closely connected to the Germanic Wotan, a variant of the Norse god Odin.
What is the horned god called? The horned god Cernunnos is one of the most easily identified & common figures in Celtic art. Cernunnos was perhaps the most important deity in the Celtic religion if we consider the frequency he is represented in ancient Celtic art from Ireland to Romania.
Who worships horned god? Many modern neo-Pagans focus their worship on a horned god, or often “the” Horned God and one or more goddesses. Deities such as Pan and Dionysus have had attributes of their worship imported into the Neopagan concept as have the Celtic Cernunnos and Gwynn ap Nudd, one of the mythological leaders of the Wild Hunt.
Who is the horned god Pan? In 1933, the Egyptologist Margaret Murray published the book, The God of the Witches, in which she theorised that Pan was merely one form of a horned god who was worshipped across Europe by a witch-cult. This theory influenced the Neopagan notion of the Horned God, as an archetype of male virility and sexuality.