Elus Dêuoi Galation

Eni nemê, uer dagrû, coetic andernos Elus Dêuoi atrebânt ollocomariâ Eni nemê, uer dagrû, coetic andernos Elus Dêuoi rodînt eiononos textiâ nos Eni nemê, uer dagrû, coetic andernos Eiâ arcînt textiâ ansonon coetic anse Ogme, Senatîr Galation, centus ansonon Mâros eni labî, nertê, eti eni uissû Sirona, centusirâ eni nemê, uoberiâs Sistâi tê entar noxtion …

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 …

Mapats Leuci

Long were those nights in shadow When frost touched, making land firm Left behind from the months of reaping From the prize that Lugus won first From the fruits Litauiâ bore thereafter Then the lost souls of the world roamed But promise came to the world soon A month from that Centugiamos feast Had there …

Uepoi Bessous (Words of Practice)

A list of words related to the Gaulish Polytheist practice of Tegoslougos Nemotarvos. These encompass practical ritual use, as well as religious concepts. Words with an asterisk proceeding them are reconstructions. Dêwos, Dêwoi: God, Gods Dêwa, Dêwas: Goddess, Goddesses Diastus: The way of things. Set into motion by ritual. Uîros: Truth. (Though also means "man".) …