It is funny how small things cause all manner of repercussions, like some strange spiritual version of Kerplunk. Many of the gods of what we would call the ancient Britons don't have anything about them with which I can make a connection. There is no way for me to get a grip on them as it were and start something meaningful. An example of how this can work is Belenus; almost a year ago I went to Bath and did the tour or the baths. One of the displays there was the enigmatic pediment face – often described as the gorgon – which was my access point for Belenus. Since then things have been ticking about in the background with myself making small steps towards fulfilling my oath to him. I aim to complete it on the 1st of June and that will then be the day I venerate him as a specific and personal day of celebration, 3 weeks before the summer solstice. Perhaps I will turn it into a 2 week period of observance and ritual, I will give the matter thought and see what happens. Certainly the first time I tried this extended 'season' of celebration it worked out well.
So my connection with Belenus was made. Another one of the gods of whom I have always had an awareness was Lug/Lugus/Lugh/Lleu but never really felt any connection with even in the guise of the Welsh pseudo god-hero-warrior. He was clearly a significant and important deity in the Celtic world (apologies for the C word) and so I had always felt a slight annoyance that I wasnt even remotely 'twitchy' about some sort of connection.
Anyway, back to the Kerplunk! thing; a few days ago the ever wonderful-at-things-like-this Bo came out with something that was the final straw which got the marbles kerplunking.
So, for all intents and purposes, Belenus is one and the same with Lugus, an epithet of his if you will. This works for me, it is my access point to another god via a title I have already been developing a connection. Very exciting and very interesting.