In addition to >>432
there is the list of Celtic books mentioned earlier in the thread ( >>11
). It's definitely a good start. Back a few years ago when I lurked on the Druid threads on 8/pol/, I happened to catch one anon posting a few books he recommended (and if I recall correctly, he was calling out the regular posters in said thread for not doing more to promote the traditions of the druids).
>It's clear that their minds are still thoroughly judaized to the point where what is supposed to be a "reconstruction" is no more than another New Age globohomo pseudo-tradition that one picks and chooses from like any other product today.
Considering that most of them were born and raised to follow the abrahamic religions/teachings prior to joining the movement, It's not surprising that they still hold those beliefs. Any that do try to speak about focusing on those that actually have the blood of Celts and preserving said blood are kicked out instantly.
>If your group isn't explicitly racist, anti-egalitarian and intolerant of degeneracy it's bound to be subverted by this shit it seems.
Indeed. The Rodnovery groups are one good example of this, as they promote such ideals. The Celts could do much better if they had a group similar to this that promotes the actual traditions and practices while trying to discover more about the old ways, but considering the state of the modern Celtic nations, it's hard to say if such a group could sustain itself without being infiltrated or outright shut down for being some form or -ist or -ism.
Sadly, I don't think one was ever made for Slavic Paganism. It's in a similar state as the Celtic Paganism; Even within such groups as as the Rodnoverists, there is very little that is understood or even known about what the old traditions, gods, etc. were.What is known and recorded about the traditions more than likely hasn't been translated to other languages outside of their own either.