Gaulish Polytheism is an interesting subgroup to the Celtic polytheistic community. In the United States, it is one of the smallest groups, despite that most of the historical information we have is from them. Much of this has to do with the lack of surviving mythology for the continental Celts as well as a lack of a surviving language. Also, there is a sense of distrust among certain members of the Celtic polytheistic community regarding the sources, since they come from an invading country and there is a certain sense of politically charged bias in the work. Despite this though, there is a passionate following internationally and the community continues to grow and thrive.
This page is about various articles I have written regarding different aspects of Gaulish culture and polytheism, including articles on different gods, how religious structures work, Gaulish warrior cast and how that interacts with their religious traditions, ect. In addition to that, this page will also be about my involvement with the Gaulish Kin, a sub group of ADF.
Writings and Essays
- Sacred Space: A Look into Gaulish Ritual Space and Practices
- Antumnos: A Hypothesis of the Gaulish Afterlife