Jusukinin viestissä näkyvä sarvipääkuningas on islantilaisessa orkneylaisten saagassa mainittu myyttinen henkilö. Jusukinin kuvan mukaan hän eli noin tuhat vuotta ennen kyseisen saagan kirjoittamista.
”The first three chapters of the saga are a brief folk legend that sets the scene for later events. It commences with characters associated with the elements – Snaer (snow), Logi (flame), Kari (storm) and Frosti (frost) and also gives a unique explanation for how Norway came to be named as such, involving Snaer's grandson Nór. There is also a reference to claiming land by dragging a boat over a neck of land (reprised in chapter 41 when Magnus Barefoot uses the same trick) and the division of the land between Nór and his brother Gór, which is a recurring theme in the saga. This legend also gives the Orkney jarls an origin involving a giant and king called Fornjót who lived in the far north.”