Sitting with Belinos

Gaulish Druidism, Gaulish Polytheism

Within Galatîs Litauiâs we have month-long activities. This is called sitting with a Deuos, so each day, spend some time with a Deuos of your choosing for a month and write or draw things down for them this could be Poems, Prayers, Rites, Myths, or even art, and songs.

Gaulish Druidism, Gaulish Polytheism

Great golden chains forged from the sound of Aidus etic Dubron
connects our essence to the mouths of the Deuoi.
The Deuoi are speaking to us, resonating immaculate sounds of vibrating rays. Their songs fill the cosmos, as their voices are what bring grand illumination. Close your ears so you can hear.

Below is a Galatis-style Inti Edoni

Belinos Speaks
Cosmic Chains
Warning Waters
Fire Flames

The art is based on a couple coins that I modified.

Belinos Chant

Gaulish

Belinos 
Aidus
Belinos
Dubra
Aidus, Dauit, Dubra
Dubra, Dauit, Aidus
Belinos 
Aidus
Belinos
Dubra
Rotos, Rotos, Rotos, Scocit

English

Belinos
Fire
Belinos
Water
Fire, ignite, Water
Water, Ignite, Fire
Belinos
Fire
Belinos
Water
Wheel, Wheel, Wheel, Dance

Gaulish Druidism, Gaulish Polytheism
Gaulish Druidism, Gaulish Polytheism

The Horses symbolize the cosmic principle’s of Samos and Giamos as the two are pulling in opposition to one another to create a unification of opposites.

This comes into fire and water, and it takes the union of both to have what is and is not within the cosmos. This is the sacred duty of Belinos, being the tender and protector of this, which the cup symbolizes and the wheel the balance being tugged at by the horses.

Everything needs balance for us to see what is destructive and creative as each flow into the other. There is something very sacred about reaching the unity of opposites within our own being that resonates outwards into the cosmos. The sacred place of Medios (Middle) takes work to find it within, and once you reach it becomes a constant state of maintaining.

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