Uegaplatiâ Sentiion (Member Websites)

Below, you’ll find links to websites and other projects of some of our members. We encourage you to check them out!

Nemeton Eluêtion – This is the site of Artocatos Taranicnos. Within, you’ll find an in-depth look at Helvetian Reconstruction. Artocatos walks the reader through the Dêuoi of the Eluêtoi (Helvetians). While you’re there, don’t forget to check out Helvetian Hands!

Carnutian Evocations – This is the hub of Branos Carnutodrûidon. He talks the reader through Carnutian Reconstruction, but also has years of experience in Druidry. Have a look at the Carnutian Workshop while you’re there!

Tegos Couirosapî – This is the site of Lucotillâ Glanoglannâtis. A rising star in our community. Within, she dives into detail regarding Aquitanian Dêuoi. You won’t find a dry read here though, because along with well researched work she often includes divinatory readings!

Lucotillâ is also the founder of Bonâ Bannobrogi. “Bonâ Bannobrogi (meaning “the village, or groundwork of the mountain district”) is a syncretic Gaulish custom with emphasis on the Pyrenees Mountains as its focal point. Drawing on Galatibessus and Pyrenean folklore, Bonâ Bannobrogi seeks to reconstruct and interpret Pyrenean deities in a way that honors their history and brings them forward into Gaulish praxis today, as well as establish rites, îuoi, and other customs that honor the seasonal cycles within and cultural complexity of the Pyrenean region.

Rianorix Alaunana – This is the YouTube channel of Rîanorix Uarileucâ. Within, she explores the Dêuoi through poetry and song. Her evocative music is sure to please the ear! Perfect for rites as well.

Below the Wood – This is the site of Casnis Uâtiâ. Casnis takes the reader on a deep and profound journey through their work that includes original myths. It doesn’t stop there, however, because they accompany their insights and exciting content with some of the best, original, and most moving art you’ll find around!

Caitos Caromârî – This is the site of Caromâros Caitogabros. Within, he talks of his own journey in Galatibessus (Galatis custom). It includes an exciting glimpse into his neððamobessus (local custom). Another fascinating facet of his site is the work he does with Inscrîbatoues (symbols made from letters in a Neo-Gaulish divination system). Exciting work from one of our community’s newest members.

Uepoi Suturcî – This is the blog of Suturcos. Within, Suturcos talks about Galatibessus. Give it a look if you feel inclined.