Druidic Cult of the Waters of Light, anglais


Druidic Cult of the Waters of Light, anglaisThe night sky is an ocean while the day sky is considered a desert. This cult took on a particular aspect in Gallic hairstyles, each wick seeming to be a tidy part of the undulating thought of the Gauls, because the cult of the light of the waters is indeed a cult of flamboyant reflection, of beautiful thought ... . It takes place at night and the moon and stars play an important role in the reflection of the waves. Those who are going to do the experiment must remember that it is not necessary to drink too much from the sources of life, they would risk "getting lost" there and losing their energetic forces. No more than 5 minutes exposure, 30 seconds should be enough. The experience takes place in a tree or a shelter because you should never look at the stars directly. "Happy who like the river can follow its course without leaving its bed" paraded the rebellious student. And a bit of a philosopher. Flowing waters are like a moving river, time flows with its fluidity, unstoppable. It is of course thanks to water that life is born and spread, and it is with its characters that its feelings are transmitted. Fast, level, cheerful and laughing when they do not get angry, every living being owes it its deep nature. A river speech. It seems that this cult of the waters of time comes from the European Neolithic, aren't the decorated caves just guts dug out by time that contain the memories in paintings of our ancestors? What I know deeply is that water is the vector of our internal sun which makes our physical and psychic vitality. Belenos was the divinity who best expressed this. The basins of the site of the Jaumattres stones are one of the particular remains, but the worship of water was also performed elsewhere. "The earth supports her, the air carries it, The fire warms her, Such is the power of water " Gallic cult of fish. Gallic cult of fish. The color of the fish with the silvery scales links the animal to the brilliant white tone (argios), this silvery color is of course that of certain currencies and that of the ore which was of sufficient importance among the Gauls for many people to take it. the name. Example: Argantomagos (the master of silver). The fish is one of the most important animals of the Gallic bestiary. The god Esus takes his name from the salmon (Esos), except he is the one who represents filiation, the link. This fish is therefore the symbol of what binds: Ambosta means jointed, grouping of tribes for humans where bench for fish, the color argios, argos is that which also designates the group and freedom. This consideration could be racial but the Gauls are long-distance travelers, crossbreeding was common, so the color white is an abstract symbol of the group. It should also be noted that the first Christians used the symbol of the fish to define their grouping, and it is still a proof of the Druidic filiation of the Christian worship which was created on the ancient precepts of the Gallic druids in Galatia. Gallic coin photo with three fish. This triscele constitutes of three fish perfectly illustrates the Gallic belief in the waters of time. There are 18 cycle phases inscribed on this bronze. That is to say 3 parts of the living cycle, birth, youth and maturity. Normally that is three times six but the world of the dead is not visualized, in truth there are 24.