Tegoslougos Carnoboudâ theology is Immanent Polytheism.
Polytheism – ‘Poly’ would mean many and ‘Theism’ would come from ‘theos’ or ‘theoi’ which means god, combined to create a word that means ‘many gods’. It implies the belief and at times worship of more than two gods.
Immanence – The idea that the divine encompasses or is manifested in the material word.
Immanent Polytheism – The belief and worship of many gods that manifest themselves in all visible phenomena in the material world.
An example of how this works comes from Seneca The Younger  who commented on the difference between Roman and Etruscan religion:
“Whereas we believe lightning to be released as a result of the collision of clouds, they believe that the clouds collide so as to release lightning: for as they attribute all to deity, they are led to believe not that things have a meaning insofar as they occur, but rather that they occur because they must have a meaning.”
The divine acts on in the world tirelessly but could be persuaded to intercede on the behalf of humankind.
Disclaimer: This is not necessarily how the Continental Celtic worldview was. This is personal/household theology of Carnoboudâ.
- Naturales Quaestiones by Seneca The Younger