TAP: March 2017

journey is the process of traveling from one point to another. Not all journeys are physical ones, though, involving material travel by car or bus or plane. Some are of a more spiritual and intangible nature- and we all have our own paths to walk; our own circumstances that led us here to this point; our own journeys that we made… This month, for the official opening of the Gaelic Roundtable, we want to discuss how we wound up here.

Topic One: Journeys

Tell us a little bit about your practice; what kind of Gaelic Polytheism do you practice? Is it Historically Oriented or Eclectic? Are you a member of an Organization like OBOD or another one? Do you follow the Irish, Scottish, or Manx beliefs- or maybe a combination of the three? And more importantly, how did you wind up at Gaelic Polytheism? What drew you to our faith and made you start practicing?

Responses should be submitted no later than the 29th of March to be included in the Roundup at the end of the month. Before submitting, however, we ask that you familiarize yourself with our Mission Statement, Participation Instructions, and Code of Conduct!


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Banner Image Credits: Path by MikkoLagerstedt on Deviantart; minor editing provided by The Gaelic Roundtable; we wish to thank The Kemetic Round Table for providing the Pagan and Polytheist communities with the Roundtable idea and format, and for having sustained their own Roundtable for so long- and the Celtic Roundtable for providing us with a stepping stone and model relevant to the Gaelic world.

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