The circle between the horns
represents deity and illumination
Mesopotamian god, Enlil
Roman Sea god, Oceanus
Notice the staff. Ironic we have a sea god with a staff and Moses parted the sea
Catholic Horned Moses
from other Catholic sites. Notice the amazing
similarity between Pan and the center Moses
Notice the torch above him, representing him as deity and as illuminated.
The Horned Owl
The MOST RECOGNIZABLE occultic symbol of pagan deity illumination
It is not a coincidence that The Moses is said to have horns upon his return from Mt.Sinai. Mt Sinai, as we know as Christians, represents him obtaining the 10 commandments, but according to gnosticism, the Kabbalah, and the Talmud's extra biblical books of Moses, it represents Moses obtaining Illumination, which is also why his face was illuminated as the sun, so that the Israelite could not look on him. (Exodus 34:29-35)
There you have it. The facts. It's between you and God to decide if this is useful and to what degree.