Centudoniciâ

Elus aissiâ arepan sindiû.  Tribrateres urextont sinbitus.  Eis uouelîssont uersinbitus.    Elus biuitiâ bebiuton nu.  Be nenepos biuos gignar.  Sos io Tribrateres gegniiar.    Peis ueuontînt sueionos uerci?  Tritobrater rerine mentiû.  Tribrateres iassont ad mâroambin.    Biuitiâ buont diglentos at ambû.  Eni rixtus ategnatos ad nos sindiu.  Tribrateres uextont sueionos soiton.    Centubrater combiie bituitiâ!  …

Andegenton

Pad bûe arepan sinbitus? Essi ne uidrar. Extos bitus bûe gentos eni ueglê. Eti exbrissû leuci bitus logitos essi!   Tenos eti dubron segon uregont ciuox. Anciuogi endo taruos eti bousc. Duî bûar mâros eti nertos.   Bous sueiâ anuan bûe Bouindâ. Bebortisî au ciuogi. Bûesî lanos blixtuos.   Taruos sueios anuan bûe Uindotaruos. Bebortiîs …

Samolitus

Meaning: Festival of Summer When: The full moon closest to the Summer Solstice. This will be the full moon during either Samonios or Dumanios, whichever is closest to the solstice that year. Normally the latter. For reference: https://www.coligny-app.com/ Deity in focus: Taranis. This is the higest point of Samos and light in the year, representative …

Centusamos

Meaning: Start of Summer. When: Two first quarter moons (or whatever starts your month) before the summer solstice. This will revolve around 1 Samonios or 1 Quimonios depending on the year. For reference: https://www.coligny-app.com/ Deity in focus: Maponos. As a god associated with youthfulness, magic, and light, I find that this time of year reflects …

Îuoi (Holidays)

As with any other Polytheist tradition, a Gaulish Polytheist one needs holidays. Those special times of year where we come together to observe specific Dêuoi for specific reasons. As well as attuning ourselves to the cycle of the seasons, and what that means for us. In this case, different Gaulish Polytheists have different answers. In …