A Maine man who identifies himself as a “priest of Pan” has been granted the right to wear horns on his head for his identification photo because of his assertion that the horns are a part of his religious attire. “As a practicing Pagan minister and a priest of Pan, I’ve come to feel very attached to the horns, and they’ve become a part of me and part of my

spirituality,” Phelan Moonsong, 56, told the Washington Post. “The horns are part of my religious attire.” According to reports, Moonsong had been asked by the Bangor Bureau of Motor Vehicles to remove his horns for his photo, and were not persuaded when he stated that he wears the horns as a priest of Pan. According to Greek mythology, Pan was a “god of the wild” and is “depicted as being half human, while having the legs and horns of a goat.” READ MORE