Association: - gentle beauty, - timidity.
Question: - Which part of me is looking for protection?




In the Nordic cultures, the deer is a heavenly animal, its antlers represent the ladder of heaven.


This explains that the stag in the Christian religion often stands for Christ and has a symbol of the Redeemer. The deer and the unicorn are synonymous in mythology. They represent the image of the unity of soul and spirit. The stag probably has an erotic significance in popular belief because of its rut fighting for the doe. Psychologically speaking, he can symbolize repressed female traits in men or male in women and ask them to accept them. Sometimes the deer promises women love happiness, possibly having to put on someone's horns - he announces men success and sparking ideas that are not limited to the erotic.


Often he also points out that one should settle for modest prosperity and quiet family happiness.