On May 14th-15th, 2022, Toutâ Galation will be hosting Comreton Calleios “Grove Assembly”, a FREE online convention through Zoom on Gaulish Polytheism.
Toutâ Galation is an organization dedicated to the revival, organization, and education of Gaulish Polytheism. We offer free lessons, hold events, and operate through the democratic vote of an initiated membership.
Comreton Calleios is an online convention we host twice a year, where members of our community and beyond give presentations on Gaulish Polytheism and adjacent topics that help enrich our practices. Check out some of our past Comretons on our Youtube channel.
Please note that this page will be updated as details change so be sure to check back often!
Sign up for the event completely free through our SimplyK page.
Abnoba Gaulish Goddess of the Wilds: An Introduction
by Tricûnos Trougocaricnos
A longtime member of the Gaulish Community, Tricûnos reveals the goddess Abnoba in his upcoming book published by Pagan Portals. In his presentation, he will be providing a sneak peek into this highly-anticipated work.
Secrets of the Rhaetians: Pre-Gaulish peoples and Their Effect on Gaul
by Renoturos Epomapos
Renoturos returns for an in-depth analysis on the mysterious Rhaetians exploring their culture, gods, and eventual Celtification and Gallo-Romanization as well as the lasting impact they had on Continental Celts and what lessons Gaulish Polytheism can learn from them today.
Thia Frankisk Aldsido: Renovating the Polytheism of Merovingian Gaul for Today
By Dagovis, Hromaholdis and Ingruoda Siniskalk of Thia Frankisk Aldsido
While Merovingian Gaul is typically outside of Toutâ Galation’s purview, our chronological neighbors in Frankish Heathenry can provide insight and a lens to how Gaul changed after the fall of the Roman province, as well as inspiration for our own Gaulish practices.
Ritual for the Gallo-Roman Holiday Mercuralia
by Viducos Brigantici
The fan-favourite Vidicus returns for another presentation after his initiation in Toutâ Galation under the name Viducos Brigantici. Join him as he explores the Gallo-Roman celebration Mercuralia, a perfect compliment to his essay on the Gaulish Mecuries.
Divine Pairings and Their Role in Modern Gaulish Polytheism
by Nertatis Cingetos
Across the Gaulish world, we find examples of deities paired together, especially as Romanization introduced new relationships between the gods of different cultures. Nertatis Cingetos will discuss examples of these pairings, their significance, and how they can be interpreted for a modern practice.
Distant Echoes – Stone Age Cosmologies and Their Reflections on Continental Celtic Deities
Get ready for an exciting trip into the distant past in search of the possible roots of two Gaulish Deities you are surely well familiar with. We will take a closer look at the shared circumpolar mythological background and examine how the connections between the skyscape and the landscape informed the beliefs of our early ancestors. After falling ill back in November, Beroki is here to deliver on a presentation we have all been waiting long to see!
Gaulish Rûniâs System of Nemeton Dumnonantu
by Trebomâros Auigani
Join Trebomâros Auigani, Chieftain of the Ár nDraíocht Féin Gaulish Kin, as he walks us through his work to develop a divination system based on the transalpine Lepontic alphabet.
Myth is Not Religion
Join Aliakai as she delves into a problematic approach sometimes found in Gaulish Polytheism and other revivalist traditions. The reliance on myth in modern polytheistic religion can sometimes become unhealthy, idealizing the past in a contradictory way to our present society. Myths are a tool, not the be-all-end of praxis.
Times are in Eastern Standard.
Saturday, May 14th
7:00 PM: Welcome and Introductions
7:15 PM: Divine Pairings and their role in modern Gaulish Polytheism by Nertatis Cingetos
8:00 PM: Secrets of the Rhaetians: Pre-Gaulish peoples and Their Effect on Gaul by Renoturos Epomapos
9:00 PM: Gaulish Rûniâs System of Nemeton Dumnonantu by Trebomâros Auigani
10:00 PM: Myth is Not Religion by Aliakai
10:15 PM: End of Day One
Sunday, May 15th
1:30 PM: Abnoba Gaulish Goddess of the Wilds: An Introduction by Tricûnos Trougocaricnos
2:00 PM: Distant echoes – Stone Age Cosmologies and Their Reflections on Continental Celtic Deities by Beroki-iluna
3:00 PM: Thia Frankisk Aldsido: Renovating the polytheism of Merovingian Gaul for Today by Ingruoda Siniskalk, Dagovis, and Hromaholdis
4:00 PM: Ritual for the Gallo-Roman Holiday Mercuralia by Viducos Brigantici
5:00 PM: In the Workshop with Renoturos Epomapos
6:00 PM: Closing Comments
9:00 PM: Lunar Eclipse Ritual