Esus

le dieu de la volonté
le dieu de la volonté

Esus

 

With a big ax Esus is shown cutting the tree-Tarvos trigaranos the bull with three cranes in the maze of the forest. We also know that standing up with good Teutates and Tanaris, when the Gauls fighting. So it is a voluntary entity. If we made the connection with Theseus killing the Minotaur in his labyrinth, we can say that Esus took the head of his destiny through the dark maze of forests by cutting the sacred tree of the bull or the Gauls had all the fear to go for fear of losing and probably because of the ban imposed by the Druids to venture deep into the woods, the tree of obscure passage is feared (perhaps death is); Then the bull god Esus am obediently by offering the three powers of the time (the mattres) and the right direction.

 

It is a solid lumberjack makes light and clearings, probably a builder, the Gallic houses were built of wood.

 

So Esus became the master of his destiny and future endless but especially the interpretation of the sense of mastery and builder, he argues paving the way light chop in the right direction and through the obscure. That is why he presided with the two other fighters fighting gods. This is a very Gallic behavior, fear of death does not exist, but the judgment of the situation and the direction to take the place of taking in decisions, very wise to succeed against the storm of controversy enemy.

 

Esus is one that represents the passage through the darkness, the master of the noble bull, the master of life after death, but especially one who know the right way to go through the power of three cranes time and that overcomes the dark at the end of the day of winter solstice or the sun resumes its progression lengthening day. Light shows the advantage over the dark period. It is the freedom to create a new man moves to a different future.

 

The myth of Esus is a poetic metaphor for the transmission of blood, genes, the noble bull is probably a breeding guarantee of the future. Is it a myth close to Zeus turned into a bull and took the nymph Europe in the island of Minos to save her, thinking of the future of a people through the sacred feminine. Yes, at least in part.

 

The myth of the Minotaur is also a metaphor of darkness defeated with a breadcrumb representing the path. women are synonymous with life paths in Gaul. These two stories are too similar ideologically not come from the same vein.

 

Forest bull is synonymous with pubic hair through which is the passage from life? Gauloiserie everything.

 

A metaphor for life that is passed forever, cycles in cycles.