DetailsCall upon Great Pan for protection and power, for fertiltiy, and to get in touch with your wild inner nature! Pan, Goatfoot God, the God of All Nature is often equated with Herne and Cernunnos in ritual. He is the personification of procreation in nature, the cause of our instinctive behavior. In Greek, Pan means "all". Legend tells us that Pan, the son of Hermes, was the Arcadian Satyr God of lust and magick who seduced men and women with his pipes and wantonness. The syrinx, his pipe made of seven reeds or straws, was the primitive musical instrument with which shepherds called back their flocks to the fold. Old Pan, God of fertility, the shepherds' God, half-human, half-animal in shape, shaggy bearded, hairy, lively, agile, swift and crafty. He expressed animal cunning and was often depicted with a wrinkled face, a prominent chin, shepherd's crook and a branch of pine or crown of pine needles. On his forehead were two horns. Pan, the ancient lustful Celtic and Graeco-Roman God of field and wood, represents freedom of spirit, natural instincts, and sinless, guiltless love without shame.