The distant shape of a profound wonder, the giant creature seen soaring the skies in legends of old from times before offerings of iron were given up to the waters.
The concept of infinity was recognised, with horror, by the ancient Greeks, however, the underworld had bred creatures from this dimension before the onset of the beginning of time.
Faustus, who's pact with the Devil to trade his soul for endless earthly pleasure and knowledge, ultimately ended in purgatorial anguish.
The male counterpart and consort to the female Triple Goddess, (forming the two principle Wiccan deities), overseeing nature, wilderness and sexuality. Sin the original Mesopotamian moon deity and 'father of the gods' was the early progenitor of Cernunnos, the pagan/Celtic horned god.
Drakkars, the great tenth century Viking longships built for raiding parties and ornately carved, especially with ferocious dragon's heads.