These folks invest countless hours researching to help breathe life into Gaulish Polytheism as a living modern tradition.

This is the site that spawned many more from those inspired by his works. Segomâros Widugeni, who has given more to Gaulish Polytheism than anyone else I know, shares his knowledge and insights here. His site and works are the inspiration for many.Over 30 years of experience, and countless presentations. His site offers a slice of his wisdom and is but one of his many contributions. His book Ancient Fire is a must-read. Check it out HERE

This is a much needed site to add to our site. DeoMercurio site has been a helping hand for many in the communities. Full of knowledgeable resources and writings.

unobelinus Betullicnos shares his knowledge of Belenos, and other musings on his site. He is also the founder of the Discord known as Gaulchat. He works hard for the Gaulish Polytheist community. The Belhound!

Sapuidugnatos Cincibilios delivers to us works aimed at reconstructing and constructing practices based on the people of Noricum. A Gaulish speaking people that lived in what is now Austria. The site is packed full of insight from a great contributor to the community.

Branos Carnutodruîdon teaches about several Dêuoi (Gods) and is working on several different kinds of cultus. A heavy focus on Druidobessus Galation (Gaulish Druid Customs). He is a craftsman in the arts of blacksmithing, woodworking and many other things. He is the owner of The Carnutian Workshop

Artocathos Taranicnos is working hard at Reviving and Reconstructing the Culture and Beliefs of the Helvetii Tribe of Gaul. 

This is the personal blog of a Gaulish Polytheist in Indiana. Everything contained herein is there own personal take on Gaulish Polytheism. It may differ slightly or significantly from other Galatis.

This is the personal website of Trebomâros Auigani, a Gaulish polytheist and a Hearthkeeper affiliated with Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship (ADF). 

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