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In traditional Wicca ( British Traditional Wicca ) , he is generally regarded as a dualistic god of twofold aspects: bright and dark, night and day, summer and winter, the Oak King and the Holly King . In this dualistic view, his two horns symbolize, in part, his dual nature. (The use of horns to symbolize duality is also reflected in the phrase "on the horns of a dilemma.") The three aspects of the Goddess and the two aspects of the Horned God are sometimes mapped on to the five points of the Pentagram , although which points correspond to which deity aspects varies. In some other systems, he is represented as a triune god , split into three aspects that reflect those of the Triple Goddess: the Youth ( Warrior ), the Father , and the Sage .



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