The ancient figure of the Green Man can be found all over the world and is often represented as just a face many times covered with foliage or with a bearded appearance.
In his A Little Book of The Green Man, author Mike Harding gives examples of green man figures from Lebanon and Iraq dated to the 2nd century. Similar figures exist in Borneo, Nepal, and India.
These are not the only places. The symbol of the Green Man can be found on every continent. The photo below is one found in Hawaii at the I'olani Royal Palace.
They worship the creation rather than the creator:
"Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator." Romans 1:25
The figure shows just a head, or even just a face, of a bearded man in bas relief on the center keystone above an old-world style large arched window.
It appears to have its mouth open and perhaps the tongue out Depending on the context, it can mean teasing, disliking, disgust, being silly, angry, rude, or rebellious. It is a symbol of defiance.
This figure is found all over the world. It is a (false) 'one world religion': "...The whole world lieth in wickedness." 1 John 5:19
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