These are some of the holidays within Gaulish Polytheism

Below is Segomaros Widugeni version you can find more about these Holidays in his book Ancient Fire on pages 96-108.

  • Trinouxs Samoni “Three Nights of Samonios”
    • The new moon nearest November 1, or the night after the full moon nearest November 1.
    • Associated Deities: Sucellus, Nantosuelta, the Ancestors, Cernunnos, and Maponus.
  • Iwos Dumanni “The Festival Of Dummanios”
    • The new moon nearest December 1, or else the full moon nearest the Winter Solstice.
    • Associated Deities: Epona, Cernunnos, Maponus, the Anderoi (to be propitated, not worshipped, the Dusioi (ditto).
  • Iwos Brigantias “The Festival Of Brigantia”
    • The new moon nearest May 1.
    • Associated Deities: Brigantia.
  • Iwos Lugous “Festival Of Lugus”
    • The new moon nearest August 1.
    • Associated Deities: Lugus, Rosemerta.

Below is Bessus Nouiogalation version you can find out more about these holidays over at Bessus Nouiogalation

  • Centusamos “Start of Summer”
    • Centusamos two first quarter moons before the summer solstice.
  • Samolitus “Summer Festival”
    • Samolitus first quarter moon before the summer solstice
  • Centumethâs “First Harvest”
    • Two first quarters after the Summer Solstice
  • Catu Alessiâs “Battle of Alessia”
    •  3rd of October
  • Centugiamos “Start of Winter”
    • Two first quarter moons before the winter solstice
  • Giamolitus “Winter Feast”
    • Full moon closest to the winter solstice
  • Biuiacolanos “Quickening”
    • Two first quarter moons after the winter solstice
  • Uisonnalitus “Spring Feast”
    • First sliver, closest to the vernal equinox