Gaulish polythéism.

Gaulish Nation.

Gaulish polytheism.

Gallic polytheism.

There were hundreds of Gallic deities according to scholars, today we know that most inscriptions are in fact titles belonging to some of them only. There are three types of gods among us, those who are part of the cosmogonic plan organized in a wheel, the gods of nature and then come the tribal gods, those who are the tutelary deities of each tribe. They establish the identification of the various peoples of the Gallic nation. These normally etheric spirits can incarnate on earth in various forms, especially animal and vegetable. Druidism has inherited the old practices of animist shamanism and the spirits, the other world, are an integral part of Gallic spirituality. Since deism is a way of life in its own right, one might have thought that our ancestors were imbued with obscurantism and stupidity, but the richness of our culture and its folklore has opened up spaces for reflection vast enough to allow modern thought to settle down. The Gallic civilization was one of the finest and most accomplished of ancient times. Today, despite the recurring lies of its monotheistic enemies, the moral taint unjustly inflicted turns against its authors. Gallic polytheism is very interesting because it reflects something rare in religious circles: the perfect, osmotic understanding of the world around us and of our personal and central role in the great divine creation. Obscurantists often speak of the divine spirit as a single unattainable god while the Gallic cult, luminous, expresses all the divinity, multiple, of the spirit of life in general, the words are close but the understanding is differentiated.