Sacred Space: A Look into Gaulish Ritual Space and Practices

Introduction When people first get involved with the Pagan community, there are certain things they look into to see if it is a right fit for them. One of these things include the use of ritual and magic. Given the history of the modern Pagan movement, there are things that people consider standards in regards … Continue reading Sacred Space: A Look into Gaulish Ritual Space and Practices

Worship of the Sun: Summer Heat and the Blessings of the Rains

Introduction Welcome to the hottest part of the summer here in the Upper Midwest!  The Summer Solstice was a couple of weeks ago and I wanted to continue my story writing for the seasonal shift and changes.  In this part of the country, summers are known for having fun in the sun and spending time outdoors … Continue reading Worship of the Sun: Summer Heat and the Blessings of the Rains

Celebration of the Summer Maiden: Bonfires, Protection Charms, and Welcoming in the Summer

Introduction Located halfway between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice, festivals around the end of April and the beginning of May are common across Europe and span from the British Isles, through Germany into Poland, and can also be found in various regions of the United States.   Many of these festivals have the same basic … Continue reading Celebration of the Summer Maiden: Bonfires, Protection Charms, and Welcoming in the Summer

The Rûniâs: A Gaulish Divination System

The Rûniâs is a divination tool that is inspired by the Norse/Germanic Runes, Greek letter oracle systems, and somewhat with the Insular Celtic Ogham, and was designed to be used specifically within a Gaulish Polytheistic framework. The word rûniâs is the plural form of the word rûnâ (secret, mystery, justice) and is composed of 18 … Continue reading The Rûniâs: A Gaulish Divination System