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Myth Contributed and Written by : Carnonoseluiâs Abonuracî In the deep and dark of Dubnos toiled a Goddess, Mistress of the Underworld and magic, Adsagsona. She had little will to engage with Her fellow race, much to the dismay of some and the joy of others. In the abyss, She was interrupted in Her workContinue reading “The Transformation of Adsagsona”
Article by Caromâros Caitogabros Hey there, you haven’t heard from me before, but I hope you will again. My name is Caromâros Caitogabros, and I’m a Gaulish Polytheist with more trivial knowledge about the Roman Republic and Empire than I have common sense some days. I’m fairly new to the scene, having discovered Toutâ GalationContinue reading “Festive Drinks for Giamolitus, the Roman Way”
Article by U̯ailogenos Cattâcos (Joe Cato) Rûnou̯elîti̯â is a divination system/tool that is similar to and inspired by Norse and Germanic Runes and Insular Celtic Ogham, but designed to be used within a Gaulish Polytheistic (Galatibessus) framework. It is intended to be used with small tiles or something similar, and drawn or cast much theContinue reading “Rûnou̯elîtiâ (Secret-seeing)”
Article and artwork by – Carnonoseluiâs Abonowracî adsagsonâ: attainder, attainment, intercesion [Gaul. Adsagsona] Inscriptions Larzac, France (100 AD) “Just as they shall be for it, this of the women,O Adsagsona,so too consequently will they suffer!Cause them to suffer the ones who are persecutingSevera Tertionicna,the diviner of it,the foreigner of the enchanting!” “Send this women’s charmContinue reading “Adsagsona”