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Reconstruction Spotlight: The Gallo-Pyrenean “Bonâ Bannobrogi”

This week’s reconstruction spotlight highlights Bonâ Bannobrogi. We asked Bonâ Bannobrogi’s Ambactos, Lucotillâ Glanoglannâtis to write a short post introducing her Gallo-Pyrenean reconstruction efforts. Lucotillâ has been a polytheist for 15 years and discovered the Toutâ Galation Discord after an awe-inspiring experience with Grannus at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, she has…

Reconstruction Spotlight: Nemeton Eluêtion

Sabutâ! I’m Artocatos Taranicnos. I am the creator of Nemeton Eluêtion (Helvetian Nemeton) and Helvetian Hands which is my art commission service. I’m one of the three founders of Bessus Nouiogalation (BNG), I’m the creator/co-host of GaulCast, and, of course, am part of Toutâ Galation. I devote my time reconstructing the Alpine tribes which I…

Coming into Gaulish Polytheism

By: Cunobelinus Betullicnos Transparency is a key ingredient for a fledgling religious movement such as our own, seeking to separate ourselves from cultic misunderstandings and affirm we are not any sort of predatory group. In light of this, I’d like to offer a deeper dive into my background and how Gaulish Polytheism fits well with…

Craft Report: Diblâtus Bâssomedeticnos

Diblâtus Bâssomedeticnos is a fully fledged member of the Toutâ, completing their datlâ certification in September. Practicing in Montreal, he is a photographer and fiber artist. Lesson 9 : Craft For this project I decided to work on a devotional piece of Lugus. I was surprised to feel a calling to him because normally I…

An Pen Bissietio

 Selgowiros Caranticnos once told me, ‘we are a minority within a minority within a minority’. This is certain. Long ago, there were those who carried a culture that was first born on the foot of a salt mine, and then at the edge of a lake. The culture contained gods, stories, crafts, song, combat styles,…