In which I explore a deity with only one inscription and build backwards to see how she fits into modern Gaulish praxis.
In honor of Erditze
Erditze and the ‘little cave bear’: badgers in Basque folklore, and the role of badger in Pyrenean Gaulish praxis
Repeated occurrences of badgers leads to a look at bears and badgers in Basque folklore, the potential relationship between Erditze and badgers, and practical applications of this relationship in Pyrenean Gaulish praxis.
Exploring myth-writing for Erditze.
In which I explore a Gaulish boar deity, and discover the forest through the beech trees.
I am very excited to let anyone reading this know that I’ve launched a different blog specifically focused on Gallo-Pyrenean practice, Bonâ Bannobrogi. Bonâ means “village, foundation, groundwork,” and I have not fully settled on which of those particular words is the one I actually mean, because they all work in context of what I’m … Continue reading Introducing Bonâ Bannobrogi!
A look at the historical context of one of the prevalent Celtic Mars Dêuoi, Sutugius, and a proposed modern interpretation for him in Gaulish praxis today.
In which I propose a reconstructed indigenous theonym for Sutugius in modern praxis.
In which I go deep to try and uncover meaning from the “consecrated peoples” of Erditze’s inscription. Can we derive a sense of these peoples? How can their devotion inform modern praxis?