Stag and Doe Symbolism

I got a bunch of files in draft that are just the filing cabinet, I have a three x winner rule I go by where once I get 3 solid hits in a file I’ll publish something. Most of these are lumped together in the Scythian catagory since, even though they are spread throughout Asia they are all attributed to the same people.

First there is the pair on the site of the fictional ancient wonder of the world. The Colossus of Rhodes. One leg is supposed to be on either side of the harbor. Instead it is just a stag and doe. No explanation. Its all about one thing. Location, Location, Location.

Then today I found the alleged WW2 images with them in the background. I didnt link links here but all you have to do is highlight and right-clik and use whatever search engine you chose.

‘The Horned One’, Cernunnos is depicted with ram horns or antlers. His most famous depiction is on the Gundestrap cauldron, where he is the main figure and has exaggerated antlers that recall the Scythian stag art.

Site of Colossus of Rhodes fake Ancient wonders of the ancient world features stag and doe on victory columns.

The thing that makes this significant is it is one the property of Serge Voronoff, the monkey gland transplant doctor, and the location is Mentone, the Reset village. June 1940, the front near the Villa occupied by the 90th regiment of the 5th “Cosseria” infantry division. He shoots himself and looks towards Mentone.

Stamp featuring a gold piece found at the fake archeology site in the Caspian region.
The form of a fallen deer found in the mound from Kostromskoy, in Kuban, is one of the best-known works of Scythian art. Also copy from Krasnodar region, Kostromskaja, dates centuries earlier.
Petroglyph at Tsagaan Salaa
 Double deer, treaure of Zhalauly
Stag in Griffens Beak, Berel Mound
Scene of torment, Altay  Many of the ancient culture have local flavors of the same symbols, such as the Phoenix (Samruk). This is representative of Prometheus having his liver ripped out. See also: Burial mound Issyk, burial mound Tuekta, burial mound Tenlik. all in Kazakstan, Ukraine: mound of Velikiy Tsymbalka… Check Copenhagen on google earth, I think a bronze statue of a stag getting disembowled is in the central square.
sculptures from the Tovsta Mohyla kurhan
Nomadic art from Mongolia
Fibula in the Form of a Recumbent Stag, Northeastern Europe
Gold scythian belt title from Mingachevir

From 1905 Smithsonian report, held at Art Institute of Chicago. Text Appearing After Image:Fig. 26. REINDEER WITH .TAVELIN IN HIS FLANK, ENGRAVFD ON TIIK RIB BONE OF OX. Found by E. Douliot, Grotto of Carnac, Dordoj;ne. Musee St. Germain. N.itiiral size.

See Also: Elks Lodge background

Baden/Wurttemburg Pre WW2. the same image post ww2 is caught in a similar position featuring the destruction of the buildings in the background. This is the case around the whole city (similar to chicago and the Great Fire) This could indicate photos were taken of specific buildings with foreknowledge they were going to be destroyed. War is not only meant to cover for preexisting damage, its also meant to cover for current destruction of Olde World artifacts they dont want laying around anymore. No info on the monument…


Educational institution in Stuttgart before the repopulation.
Deer over the entry as in the Hirsch Disaster, must’ve been a European thing.
Chinese/Tibetan Monestary
Capital building in the back
The fountain is off frame at the right. 1895, trolley, arch bridge, Capital building, stag water feature in one site.
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