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.
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.
What gods and goddesses do Pagans believe in? A polytheistic religion that worships a wide variety of gods and goddesses. The most well-known are Thor, Odin, Freyja, Frigg, Freyr, Tyr, Loki, and Heimdall.
Is Odin the Horned God? Wotan, a horned god of Germanic origin, is thought to be a version of the Norse god Odin.