Taranis Etî Andenamatos

The bounty of the harvest was gathered And the beasts were counted to be culled In those times long ago done as is today The fires burning bright like Suns at night Songs sung by fires and music was heard Unbridled the joy from the kin of Mannus They reveled in the gifts the Dêuoi …

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Spatlon Carnoni (by Selgowiros Caranticnos)

When the world was young, man had no home. Man had walked the wild, trying to find rest. Each day the sun would burn man, and the night sky would cool him but make him cold. Taranis would give storms to man. Man thanked Taranis but asked for the rain to not make them wet …

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 Samantos feast Had there …

Alpetânon

There was Nothingness before the world No Light or Darkness was known Until in one moment, did Light burst forth Light and Fire, but with Darkness and Ice They came into being together as one But Darkness was greedy and took all That Light did not touch, Ice in Fire's wake Where they met, and …