Celtic Paganism

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This group is dedicated to traditional Celtic Paganism, that is, Celtic Reconstructionism (CR), Druidry/Druidism, and Celtic Polytheism. Celtic Reconstructionism is a polytheistic, animistic, religious and cultural movement. It is an effort to reconstruct, within a modern Celtic cultural context, aspects of ancient Celtic religions that were lost or subsumed. Celtic Polytheism, as its name suggests, is polytheistic, believing in a number of different deities, and is also animistic, believing in local deities existing in natural objects. Religious beliefs and practices of the Celts varied throughout the different Celtic lands, which included Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Celtiberia, Gaul, Poland, areas along the Danube River, and Galatia in Turkey.
There are many survivals of Celtic Pagan traditions in the lore and folk practices of the Celtic countries and the Celtic diaspora however some people do not find these folk traditions by themselves to be a whole or viable spiritual path. By studying the old manuscript sources and the regional folklore, combining this information with mystical and ecstatic practice, and working together to weed out the non-Celtic elements that can arise, we are nurturing what still lives and helping the polytheistic Celtic traditions grow strong and whole again. There is an excellent FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions with answers) for Celtic Reconstructionism here: http://www.paganachd.com/faq/whatiscr.html There is also a list of recommended reading at https://www.facebook.com/groups/34243960788/doc/10151371317835789/ Many of these texts are available on the net and some links are provided.
This Celtic Paganism discussion group subscribes more or less to the standards of https://www.facebook.com/archuguarddog.