Deep in the forests of the fir and oak sits Branos Carnutodrûidon (Raven of the Carnutes Druid). He is a Galatis focused on Galatibessus (Gaulish Customs) and Druidobessus (Druid Customs).

He is the Uelitos (seer) of the Touta Galation, a founding member of Bessus Nouiogalation. A member of many Druid Orders, which are OBOD, NOD, BDO, DOGD, AODA, and the Yew order, to name a few. He is finishing Celebrancy school for funeral practices, also working his way at priesthood. Creator of the Uelîturunâs, a Gaulish and Druid divination system with more divination systems in the works.

 He runs the Gaulish Polytheism, Carnutian Nemeton, The Nemeton and Drunmeneton websites, where he talks about Gaul and Druidry, among many other things. Furthermore, he leads in bringing back the Bardos, Uatis, and Druits of Gaul within The Drunemeton, a soon-to-be custom/tradition.  

He is an artisan in the skills of blacksmithing, woodworker, and also a musician. You can find his work at the Carnutian Workshop.

 Many of the things he studies range from alchemy to astronomy and philosophy to folk-magic and ritual. He is very devoted to his path and his communities. His passions are his lifestyle ~ not a set of hobbies. He is very direct in his tone and can come off as harsh at times which folks that don't know him can be put off by his personality which is very jolly with an edge. 

Liminality is something he always tries to maintain and holds in order to find true judgment and understanding. He holds the philosophy that as the hammer creates, it destroys, and as it destroys, it creates.

Follower of the ancient Druid Virtues made modern
 “Honor the Gods”
 “Do no evil”
“Live in honor.”
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