Comreton Calleios – November 2021


On November 20th-21st, 2021, Toutâ Galation will be hosting Comreton Calleios “Grove Assembly”, a FREE online convention through Zoom. Read on for Attendee Registration.

Toutâ Galation is an organization dedicated to the revival, organization, and education of Gaulish Polytheism. We offer free lessons, events, and operate through the democratic vote of an initiated membership.

Comreton Calleios is an online convention we host twice a year, where our community members present and hold workshops on what they’ve been working on in the Gaulish sphere. Check out some of our past Comretons on our Youtube channel.


This online convention will begin at 2pm ET and will run throughout both days. Please note that this page will be updated as details change so be sure to check back often!

Presentations:

Cernunnos and the Horned God:
Wicca’s Appropriation of the Liminal Dewôs
Presented by: Artuâ Brigabonatis

An examination of how Wicca and modern insular Celtic paganism both preserved and distorted the history and significance of Cernunnos/Carnonos.

Devotion, Prayer, and Ritual: The Gods in Daily Life
Presented by: Dagloberos Runosagiton

In this presentation, we will be taking a look at ways to bring the gods we worship further into our daily lives. We will be looking at regular prayers and offerings given to deepen a connection with the Divine. Then, we’ll shift into process mode: Prayers, Rituals, Devotions and my process to constructing them all. We will end with a full ritual to Ericura and a Q&A!

Erditze: Down the Badger Hole
Presented by: Lucotillâ Glanoglannâtis

Sometimes during the reconstruction process research takes a surprising turn, introducing unanticipated etymological and folkloric context that enriches and informs our experience. In this presentation, accompany Lucotillâ Glanoglannâtis as she briefly discusses the complexity of cultural influences along the Pyrenees Mountains, and takes you on a fascinating journey down the badger hole with Erditze, a Gallo-Pyrenean Dêuos whose reconstruction shows a preservation of cultural context from ancient times into the modern day.

Gaulish Curses and Magic
Presented by: Carnonoseluiâs Abonowracî

Description Pending.

Making a Deluâ: Idol Crafting
Presented by: Artocatos Taranicnos

Artocatos demonstrates how he creates deluâs (idols) that he sells via his commission shop “Helvetian Hands”. For this demonstration, Arto will be carving a 3 inch “pocket idol”. These deluâs are easy to make and are great for traveling and discretion and the tools needed are very cost efficient.

Rhenus Pater: A deep dive and comprehensive history.
Presented by: Renōturos Epomapos

In this presentation Renōturos will do a complete overview on Rhenus Pater regarding etymology, worship, attestation, folklore, Gaulish inception and adaptation by the Gallo-Romans. Everything from imagery, to themes to origins of concepts, cognate and Theonyms will be covered.

Roman Gaul and Romanization:
A Brief Overview for Gaulish Polytheists.
Presented by: Viducus “DeoMercurio” Brigantici

This presentation will highlight pertinent aspects of Roman cultural influence and administration during the long and fruitful centuries of Gallo-Roman civilization. We will evaluate what the Romans can be blamed for or credited for in Gaulish history, address some common misunderstandings, and delve into a detailed case study with reference to Gallo-Roman religious expression. Presented by Viducus Brigantici filius, a longstanding Gallo-Roman polytheist and author of the website DeoMercurio.be, with the assistance of Leton Bebronas of Forum Gallicum.


The Well and the World Tree
Presented by: Drunertos Tarvocnos

Description Pending.

Like what you see and would like to join us on November 21st & 22nd? Attendee Registration HERE.

Author: Toutâ Galation

Toutâ Galation is an organization dedicated to the expression, revival, and growth of Gaulish Polytheism. Our goal is to bring together Gaulish Polytheists to share knowledge, network, and potentially practice together. We are proud to be a part of reviving Gaulish Polytheism and culture in the present, and helping to carry both forward into the future.