Celtic neopaganism

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Celtic neopaganism refers to any type of modern paganism or contemporary pagan movements based on the ancient Celtic religion.wikipedia
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Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism

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Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism (CR) is an umbrella term for Polytheistic Reconstructionist traditions which are based in one of the specific cultures of the Celtic-speaking peoples (such as Gaelic Polytheists or Welsh or Gaulish Reconstructionists).
Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism (also Celtic Reconstructionism or CR) is a polytheistic reconstructionist approach to Celtic neopaganism, emphasising historical accuracy over eclecticism such as is found in many forms of Neo-druidism.

Faerie faith

Faerie Faith is a Neopagan tradition that branched off from the "Old Dianic" tradition (later renamed McFarland Dianic) through the work of Mark Roberts and his high priestess, Epona.

Celtic Wicca

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Additionally, numerous Eclectic Wiccan groups and individuals incorporate what they believe to be Celtic features and self-identify as Celtic Wiccans or Celtic Neopagans.

Ancient Celtic religion

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Celtic neopaganism refers to any type of modern paganism or contemporary pagan movements based on the ancient Celtic religion. Celtic Wiccans use the names of Celtic deities, mythological figures, and seasonal festivals within a Wiccan ritual structure and belief system, rather than a historically Celtic one.
However, polytheistic traditions left a legacy in many of the Celtic nations, influenced later mythology, and served as the basis for a new religious movement, Celtic Neopaganism, in the 20th century.

Wheel of the Year

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Celtic Wiccans use the names of Celtic deities, mythological figures, and seasonal festivals within a Wiccan ritual structure and belief system, rather than a historically Celtic one.
For Celtic pagans, the festival is dedicated to the goddess Brigid, daughter of The Dagda and one of the Tuatha Dé Danann.

Polytheistic reconstructionism

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Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism (CR) is an umbrella term for Polytheistic Reconstructionist traditions which are based in one of the specific cultures of the Celtic-speaking peoples (such as Gaelic Polytheists or Welsh or Gaulish Reconstructionists).

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Neoshamanism

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Wicca

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Celtic Wicca is a modern tradition of Wicca that incorporates some elements of Celtic mythology.

Celtic mythology

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Celtic Wiccans use the names of Celtic deities, mythological figures, and seasonal festivals within a Wiccan ritual structure and belief system, rather than a historically Celtic one. Celtic Wicca is a modern tradition of Wicca that incorporates some elements of Celtic mythology.

Romanticism

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Arising from the 18th century Romanticist movement in England, which glorified the ancient Celtic peoples of the Iron Age, the early Neo-druids aimed to imitate the Iron Age Celtic priests who were also known as druids.

Cultural appropriation

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They reject the eclecticism and cultural appropriation of the broader Neopagan community.

List of Celtic deities

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Celtic Wiccans use the names of Celtic deities, mythological figures, and seasonal festivals within a Wiccan ritual structure and belief system, rather than a historically Celtic one.

Spirituality

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Neo-Druidism is a form of modern spirituality or religion that generally promotes harmony and worship of nature.