Divination

A Little Trivia from the Celtic Tradition Relating to Imbolc – Learn Your Fortune From the Number of Eyes in a Potato

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A Little Trivia from the Celtic Tradition Relating to Imbolc – Learn Your Fortune From the Number of Eyes in a Potato

One eye: Troubles…wait and learn from your mistakes, put things right.

Two eyes: Presents…rewards, secret surprises, good luck!

Three eyes: Friends…positive partnerships, the freedom to make new friends

Four eyes: New Beginnings…finish what you’ve started and prepare for a fresh start

Five eyes: Travel…changes, brand new ideas, moving forward

Six eyes: Love…deep feelings, listen to your heart

Seven eyes: Wealth…breakthrough to achievement and rewards, as if you are a new person

Eight eyes: Sadness…let go of something that doesn’t feel right or suit you anymore

Nine eyes: Happiness…new energy, joyfulness, easy to release something you’ve outgrown

Ten eyes: Growing…take care, enjoy work and a great harvest is assured.

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Let’s Talk Witch – Smudging Rituals

GOTHIC WITCH
Smudging Rituals

While burning incense is traditionally associated with Wicca and other forms of contemporary Witchcraft, the practice of smudging has been used in sacred rituals around the globe since ancient times. Both incense and smudging involve the use of dried herbs, but incense is usually made from a more complex blend of powdered herbs, oils, resins, and bark, which creates a richer, more perfume-like scent. Incense is often an ingredient in spellwork, and various types of incense have specific correspondences with particular magical purposes. Smudging, on the other hand, is usually done before spellwork, and generally has a singular purpose: purifying the energy of a space, or a person.

The particular herbs used may depend on the reason for the purification, which can range from healing from a physical illness to eliminating negative, “haunted” energy from a house. (Incense can also be used for purification, but because it doesn’t tend to burn as cleanly as simple dried herbs, many Witches prefer smudging for this purpose.)

These days, you can find smudge sticks— bundles of dried herbs tied with string— at most New Age shops, as well as other places where medicinal herbs are sold.These are easy to handle and tend to last a long time, so they can be used repeatedly.

However, you can also burn loose sprigs of dried herbs for a “single use” smudge, which requires a bit more caution, but allows you to choose exactly which herb( s) you want to burn, depending on your purpose. (The two workings described below make use of loose herbs, but you can substitute a pre-made smudge stick if you prefer.)

The easiest way to approach smudging with loose herbs is to find sprigs of the dried herbs, ideally four inches long at a minimum, that you can hold with your fingertips. However, you can also place the herbs inside a fire-proof dish, and then place the dish in a skillet, using the handle of the skillet to carry the smoldering herbs. Whichever method you choose, be sure to thank the spirits of the herbs before lighting them. Remember that it’s the smoke from the herbs that does the cleansing, so only light them enough to get them smoldering, rather than trying to set them completely on fire. As with anything involving flame, use extreme caution. And if you’re working indoors, be sure to leave at least one window cracked open so that the energy being removed from the space has a way to get out.

When the smudging is finished, you can put out the burning herbs in a pot of soil or leave them to burn out on their own in a heat-proof dish. Many smudging traditions use a feather to fan the smoke around the space, or over the person, being purified. This is symbolic of the element of Air.

Likewise, many use a sea shell to catch the ashes from the smoldering herbs, which honors the element of Water. (Earth and Fire are already represented by the herbs and the flame.)

Whether you incorporate these items is up to you— you can also use your hand to wave the smoke around, and a bowl to catch the ashes, if you like.

Lisa Chamberlain, Wicca Herbal Magic: A Beginner’s Guide to Practicing Wiccan Herbal Magic, with Simple Herb Spells

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A Little Something Extra – How To Practice Automatic Writing

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How To Practice Automatic Writing

Right Hand / Left Hand Exercise

This divination automatic writing technique bypasses ego and mind chatter and allows us to tap directly into our intuitive capabilities to get answers to our questions. It is also a useful technique for understanding our true feelings or need to make a decision.

Take a sheet of paper and draw a straight line the length of the paper from the top to bottom dividing the page into two columns. Or, if you like, use paper from a steno pad.

With your dominant hand (the one you use most often) write your question in the corresponding column (ex., right hand, right column). Immediately, without thinking about it, switch the pen to your non-dominant hand and write the answer in the other column (ex., left hand/left column).

Automatic writing is a form of channeling to glean answers or information. It is a way of tapping into spirit or inner knowledge. Communicating with guides or angels, or exploring the akashic library can be done via dreamwork. meditation, and other spiritual or divination practices

Types of Divination Practices

Dowsing for Answers

Reading Tea Leaves

How to Do a Candle Wax Reading

Reading Tarot Cards

How to Use a Ouija Board

Casting Rune Stones

What is Psychometry?

What is Bibliomancy?

Exploring Palmistry

I Ching

 

 

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By Rose De Dan

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Let’s Talk Witch – Automatic Writing

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Automatic Writing

 

There are so many different types of psychic divination that you can use, but one of the most popular ways to get messages from the spirit world is the use of automatic writing.

This is, quite simply, a method in which the writer holds a pen or pencil, and allows messages to flow through them without any conscious thought or effort. Many people believe that the messages are channeled from the spirit world.

Automatic writing first became popular as a part of the Spiritualist movement of the late 19th century.

While there’s no scientific evidence supporting automatic writing, keep in mind that it’s rare for science to support any metaphysical disciplines – Tarot, pendulum divination, and mediumship are all challenged regularly by skeptics.

That said, if you’d like to try automatic writing, here’s how to get started.

First, as is always a good idea for divination, eliminate all your distractions. Send the kids to play with friends, turn off your cell phone, and get rid of anything that might interrupt you.

For many people who practice automatic writing, it’s most comfortable to sit at a table, but if you’d rather sit somewhere else, go for it. You’ll obviously need a pen or pencil, and some paper – plan on using more than just one sheet, so a notebook is probably the best way to go.

Next, you’ll need to clear your mind out. Stop worrying about whether you changed the cat box or not, quit thinking about the stuff you forgot to finish at work yesterday, and just let your mind go clear.

For some people, music can be helpful with this, but many automatic writers find that music with vocals can influence their writing, so be cautious in your choice of background tunes.

As you ground yourself and clear your brain of extra fluff, put your pen to paper. Just write the first thing that comes to mind – and then keep going. As words pop into your brain, allow your hand to follow along and write them out. Don’t worry about trying to interpret them – figuring out the meaning is something to do when you’re all finished.

Some people find that asking a specific question is a good way to get the flow started.

You can simply write the question on your paper, and then see what sort of responses come out. If the answers you’re writing don’t seem to correspond to your question, don’t worry – write them anyway. Often we get answers to the questions we didn’t ask.

Keep going until it seems like the words have stopped. For some people this can be after ten minutes, for others, it can be an hour. Some people like to use a timer so they don’t find themselves sitting at a table all afternoon scribbling things out.

After you’ve finished, it’s time to review what you wrote. Look for patterns, words, themes that resonate with you. For instance, if you see repeated references to work or jobs, it’s possible you need to focus on matters related to your employment. Watch for names – if you see names you don’t recognize, it’s possible that you’re supposed to be taking a message for someone else. You may even find pictures – doodles, characters, symbols, etc. Keep in mind that your results may be neat and orderly, or they may be chaotic and all over the place.

As with any form of psychic divination, the more you practice automatic writing, the more you’ll come to understand the messages you’re receiving from the other side.

 

Patti Wigington, Paganism/Wicca Expert

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Let’s Talk Witch – Automatic Writing

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Automatic Writing

 

There are so many different types of psychic divination that you can use, but one of the most popular ways to get messages from the spirit world is the use of automatic writing.

 

This is, quite simply, a method in which the writer holds a pen or pencil, and allows messages to flow through them without any conscious thought or effort. Many people believe that the messages are channeled from the spirit world.
Automatic writing first became popular as a part of the Spiritualist movement of the late 19th century.

 

While there’s no scientific evidence supporting automatic writing, keep in mind that it’s rare for science to support any metaphysical disciplines – Tarot, pendulum divination, and mediumship are all challenged regularly by skeptics.
That said, if you’d like to try automatic writing, here’s how to get started.

 

First, as is always a good idea for divination, eliminate all your distractions. Send the kids to play with friends, turn off your cell phone, and get rid of anything that might interrupt you.

 

For many people who practice automatic writing, it’s most comfortable to sit at a table, but if you’d rather sit somewhere else, go for it. You’ll obviously need a pen or pencil, and some paper – plan on using more than just one sheet, so a notebook is probably the best way to go.

 

Next, you’ll need to clear your mind out. Stop worrying about whether you changed the cat box or not, quit thinking about the stuff you forgot to finish at work yesterday, and just let your mind go clear.

 

For some people, music can be helpful with this, but many automatic writers find that music with vocals can influence their writing, so be cautious in your choice of background tunes.

 

As you ground yourself and clear your brain of extra fluff, put your pen to paper. Just write the first thing that comes to mind – and then keep going. As words pop into your brain, allow your hand to follow along and write them out. Don’t worry about trying to interpret them – figuring out the meaning is something to do when you’re all finished.
Some people find that asking a specific question is a good way to get the flow started.

 

You can simply write the question on your paper, and then see what sort of responses come out. If the answers you’re writing don’t seem to correspond to your question, don’t worry – write them anyway. Often we get answers to the questions we didn’t ask.

 

Keep going until it seems like the words have stopped. For some people this can be after ten minutes, for others, it can be an hour. Some people like to use a timer so they don’t find themselves sitting at a table all afternoon scribbling things out.

 

After you’ve finished, it’s time to review what you wrote. Look for patterns, words, themes that resonate with you. For instance, if you see repeated references to work or jobs, it’s possible you need to focus on matters related to your employment. Watch for names – if you see names you don’t recognize, it’s possible that you’re supposed to be taking a message for someone else. You may even find pictures – doodles, characters, symbols, etc. Keep in mind that your results may be neat and orderly, or they may be chaotic and all over the place.

 

As with any form of psychic divination, the more you practice automatic writing, the more you’ll come to understand the messages you’re receiving from the other side.

 

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Patti Wigington, Paganism/Wicca Expert
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Let’s Talk Witch – Geomancy

Geomancy

 

Geomancy is the more technical term for earth elemental magick. This form of magick relies on the ability of the practitioner to tap into the energy of the ground or of a given piece of stone. As we have discussed before, geomancy, in a sense, forms the basis for crystal magick.

In order to begin practicing geomancy, you will first have to develop a sense of the energy of the Earth itself. To do this, I recommend finding a secluded, natural setting in which to meditate. Anyplace will do, but it is best to find somewhere that seems energetically unique to you. For me, it’s an outcropping of limestone in a forested area local to me, but I realize that not everyone will be able to find something like this. The only important thing is that it be somewhere reasonable secluded where you can sit on the bare earth for a long period of time without being disturbed. Once you have found such a place, sit down and begin to meditate. You don’t need to get into a particularly deep state of meditation, because you still need to have a high degree of awareness for this exercise.

You will start by sensing the energy that surrounds and comes from your own body. Depending on the amount of energy work you have done up to this point, you may not even need to get into a meditative state in order to do this. However, if you are not yet advanced to that degree, sit down, relax your body and mind, and begin to meditate. Once you have a good sense of energy from these. However, if you look beyond that, you will begin to sense a much larger source of energy that seems to have no clearly defined point of origin. You will be able to feel it flowing all around you. This is the energy of the Earth itself. Once you have found a sense of it, begin allowing it to flow into and through your body. Earth elemental energy is a passive energy, so don’t expect it to surge into you. Instead, you will feel it simply flowing through your body at a slow, constant rate.

Once you have gotten this far, it is time to start practicing real geomancy. The key to all elemental magick lies in combining your own magickal energy with that of the element you are working with. In this case, you will begin to consciously allow your energy to mingle and mix with the earth energy that you have allowed to enter your body. As you work with it, you can start to unify your energy with the earth energy, thus creating a single energetic type. At this point, you can drw upon the energy of the Earth itself to lend power to your spells.

The next step you will want to take is to connect with the energy of a particular piece of stone or crystal. While drawing on the energy of the Earth can be a hugely useful magickal ability, many spells will still require you to make use of only one piece of it. Find a stone, pebble, or crystal that you feel drawn to, and again begin to meditate and try to feel out the energy of it. You may find this slightly more difficult than simply tapping into the energetic field of the Earth at large. The reason is that when dealing with one stone or crystal, you are sensing an individual energy field that is affected by many different things. The energies of individual stones are unique, so make sure you continue working with the energy within whatever you have chosen until you can completely comprehend it. Next, you will again combine your own energy with it. For beginners who have done limited energy work, this will be easier with a crystal or a piece of igneous rock.

You may need to practice these exercises several times. Because humans are all, to some degree, naturally in tune with the energies of the Earth, this is the easiest element to start with. Once you feel that you have gained a decent level of skill in sensing and manipulating earth elemental energy, you can either move on to working with other elements, or simply begin employing earth elemental energies in your magick. I would recommend, however, that you get at least some practice with all of the elements, as it will be a great boon to your own magickal ability to do so.

 

 

Elemental Magick: A Guide to Harnessing the Magickal Powers of the Elements (The Ultimate Guide to Magick Book 3)

Ralph Eicher

 

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Whispering Woods Ogham Course – Lesson Thirteen – Divination – Interpretations of the 1 letter Fews

Whispering Woods Ogham Course – Lesson Thirteen
Divination – Interpretations of the 1 letter Fews   

 
Ailm (White Fir) Rulership/Vigor/Discernment

White Fir
Gender – Female Element – Fire Planet – Sun                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Fir is burned for happiness; harmony; peace; inspiration; and wisdom.  The needles are burned at childbirth to bless and protect the mother and newborn child. The Fir is often used in shape shifting.
OW-N: Discretion in wisdom. Vigor in age. Secret wisdom.
OW-E: Discrete use of bounty. Vigorous abundance.
OW-S: Discretion ensures happiness. Happiness in rulership. Vigor in bliss.
OW-W: Secret inspiration. Discretion in peace.
MW-N: Challenge met with discreet rulership. Vigorous response. Secrecy breeds friction.
MW-E: Prosperous rulership. Gains from discretion/secrecy. Vitality in prosperity.
MW-S: Harmony from discretion. Contentment in rulership.
MW-W: Learning discretion. Secret knowledge. Aptitude for learning. Leader in education.
UW-N: Secrecy leads to transformation. New openness. Transformation of rulership.
UW-E: Growth of rulership. Growth of discretion/secrecy. Youthful vigor.
UW-S: Vigor emphasized. Energy for rulership.
UW-W: Secret love. Discretion in pleasure. Vigorous love. Dominance in love.

 
Muin (Vine) Introspection/Other Sight

Vine
Gender – Feminine Element – Water Planet – Moon
In ancient times the festival of Dionysus was held in the spring when the leaves begin to reappear on the vine. Ivy is known as a plant of protection. It is also used for good luck and fidelity.
OW-N: Introspection in age. Introspective wisdom
OW-E: Bounty from other sight. Introspection leads to abundance.
OW-S: Happiness from looking inward.
OW-W: Inspiration from introspection. Peace through reflection.
MW-N: Challenge in self-analysis. Friction leads to introspection.
MW-E: Rewards reaped from reflection/introspection.
MW-S: Contentment found by introspection. Harmony based upon reflection.
MW-W: Learning through introspection/reflection. Knowledge comes from within/from other sight.
UW-N: Transformed by introspection/other sight.
UW-E: Growth from looking inward.
UW-S: Energy turned to introspection. Reflective youth.
UW-W: Introspective approach to love.

Beithe (Birch) Beginnings/Energy

Birch
Gender – Feminine Element – Water Planet – Venus
According to the Celtic tree calendar, Birch is associated with inception and new beginnings. Originally a besom was made from the twigs of a Birch tree around a handle made of Ash and bound with strips of Willow.  Birch is used to protect one from lightning. And at one time baby cradles were made of birch twigs in order to protect them.
OW-N: Beginnings of wisdom. Energetic age.
OW-E: Abundant energy. Auspicious beginnings.
OW-S: Happiness from new beginning. Energy from bliss.
OW-W: Beginnings of inspiration. Unseen forces lead to inspiration and peace.
MW-N: Challenge pushes for new beginning. Energy from friction.
MW-E: Beginning of period of prosperity. Energy to bring matters to fruition.
MW-S: Contentment from new beginnings. Harmony with the unseen forces of growth.
MW-W: Beginning of learning/knowledge. Energy for learning. Subtle growth of knowledge.
UW-N: Ending leads to a new beginning. Transformative energy. Transformed by growth
UW-E: Growth emphasized. Youthful energy. Growth leads to new beginning.
UW-S: Energy emphasized. Vitality in new beginning. Vitality of quiet growth.
UW-W: Beginning of love/pleasure. Unseen forces of growth that work in love. Energy for love/pleasure.
 

Huath (Hawthorn) Pleasure/Misfortune/Cleansing

Hawthorn
Gender – Masculine Element – Fire Planet – Mars
Hawthorn is often referred to as the fairy bush. It is also sacred to the Druids as noted by the verse oak, ash, and thorn.  In ancient Greece, crowns of hawthorn blossoms were made for wedding couples, and the wedding party all carried burning torches of hawthorn. Hawthorn is used in protective sachets and amulets to ward against negative influences.
OW-N: Pleasure in wisdom. Comfortable old age. Positive changes in age.
OW-E: Enjoyment of abundance.
OW-S: Cleansing brings happiness.
OW-W: Inspirational cleansing. Stimulating peace. Positivity.
MW-N: Challenge/friction may lead to misfortune or positive change.
MW-E: Harvest what is sown as either pleasure or misfortune. Prosperity from positive changes/cleansing.
MW-S: Harmony emphasized. Contentment from cleansing.
MW-W: Knowledge leads to positive changes. Pleasure is learning.
UW-N: Endings bring a positive change. Transformation through cleansing.
UW-E: Growth of pleasure. Youthful pleasures. Growth brings cleansing.
UW-S: Energy for positive changes. Vitality for pleasure.
UW-W: Pleasure emphasized. Enjoyment of love. Care needed to avoid misfortune in love.

 
Quiz:
1. What letter is this?
2. UW – E under Muin states: ______________
3. UW – W stands for:  ______________
4. Huath represents which tree?
5. Which letter is this?
6. Beithe is which tree?
7. OW – E under Huath states:  _____________

 

 

 

 

Source: Researcher & Author: Crick

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Whispering Woods Ogham Course – Lesson Twelve – Divination – Interpretations of the 2 letter Fews

Whispering Woods Ogham Course – Lesson Twelve
Divination – Interpretations of the 2 letter Fews 

 
Onn (Gorse) Wisdom Collated/Life changes

Gorse
Gender – Masculine Element – Fire Planet – Mars
Plant Gorse around your property to protect you from curses and/or hexes.
Use a broom made from Gorse to sweep negative influences from your home.
OW-N: Wisdom emphasized through opportunity. Life changes due to age. Wisdom gathered.
OW-E: Opportunity for abundance. Bountiful wisdom.
OW-S: Happiness from opportunity and wisdom applied to create life changes.
OW-W: Positive changes from gathered wisdom lead to peace. Inspiration generates life changes.
MW-N: Challenge causes positive changes. Friction in life changes through gathered wisdom.
MW-E: Wisdom harvested. Prosperity from knowledge. Opportunity for gains from education/learning.
MW-S: Contentment from gathered knowledge and positive changes. Harmony in life changes.
MW-W: Increased knowledge emphasized resulting in opportunities/positive changes/new life.
UW-N: Ending of harmony. Transformation through gathered knowledge and wisdom emphasized. Rapid changes for the better.
UW-E: Growth of opportunity. Increase in positive changes. Youthful approach to life.
UW-S: Energy to implement life changes. Vitality of knowledge and wisdom. Energetic changes.
UW-W: Knowledge increases capacity for love/pleasure. Wisdom is love. Opportunity in love. Positive changes in love/pleasure.

 
Luis (Rowan) Insight/Foreknowledge/Enlivening

Rowan
Gender – Feminine Element – Fire Planet – Sun
Carry a piece of Rowan to increase psychic powers.
When traveling across the ocean, carry a piece of Rowan for protection.
Rowan is often connected with communication involving faeries.
The tea brewed from a single Rowan berry is drank to enhance ones psychic ability. The Rowan berry has a natural pentagram embossed on the berry.
OW-N: Insight in age. Ability in foreknowledge enhanced.
OW-E: Abundance of insight. Power of healing. Great activity.
OW-S: Happiness in creativity. Able to find own bliss. Relief. Using insight to bring happiness. Joyfully active.
OW-W: Healing. Inspiration enhances creativity.
MW-N: Challenge leads to increase in activity. Argument clears the air. Friction in creativity. Insight leads to friction.
MW-E: Prosperity from insight/healing. Foreknowledge used wisely. Successful creativity. Fruitful activity.
MW-S: Contentment in creativity. Insight brings contentment. Harmonious activity.
UW-N: Transformation from insight. Endings/new beginnings brought about through healing. New activities.
UW-E: Youthful activities. Growth of insight. Creativity enhanced.
UW-S: Energy for activities. Vitality of insight. Healing energy.
UW-W: Healing love. Insightfulness in love. Creativity brings pleasure.

 

 
Gort (Ivy) Developing skills/Learning

Ivy
Gender – Feminine Element – Water Planet – Saturn
The Ivy represents Female fertility and Friendship and is the feminine equivalent of the Holly. The ogham letter is G (Gort). The word Gort means “green fields”.
The Ivy is considered a very powerful plant. The ivy was dedicated to the Roman god Bacchus. The Ivy is also considered a warning tree when seen in visions.  Ivy is an aid to fertility and brings good luck.
OW-N: Gains in due time. Increasing wisdom.
OW-E: Abundance by persistence. Developing skills lead to favorable results. Learning brings gains.
OW-S: Joy of learning. Happiness is obtained by tenacity.
OW-W: Peace comes through tenacity. Inspired to learning. New skills discovered.
MW-N: Challenge in persistence. Friction leads to new skills developed. Difficult studies.
MW-E: Prosperity from new skills. Gains from persistence.
MW-S: Contentment found in new skills/learning. Harmony comes with effort and persistence.
MW-W: Learning emphasized. Learning involves new skills. Gains in knowledge through hard work/tenacity.
UW-N: Hard work pays off. Persistence transforms into tangible gains. Transformation through learning.
UW-E: Growth from learning. Growth of skills. Gains in youth through persistence.
UW-S: Energy to gain goals through tenacity. Vitality of learning. Energy to develop skills.
UW-W: Pleasure in a new skill/learning. Persistence in love succeeds.

 
Duir (Oak) Truth/Endurance/Strength

Oak
Gender – Male Element – Fire   Planet – Sun
The Oak is known as the King of trees. A wand made from this tree is known as a Priapic or Phallic wand. This is named for the Roman God of procreation, “Priapus”.
The end of the wand is generally tipped with an acorn or pinecone.
The Ogham (oy-yam) letter is D (Duir)
The Irish surname “MacDara” means son of oak. The Oak is associated with the Celtic God “Daghda”.
It is also associated with magick and male fertility.
To catch a falling oak leaf is said to bring you luck and prosperity. Oak is associated with weddings and fertility, as well as protection.
OW-N: Endurance of wisdom. Longevity.
OW-E: Abundance through strength/willpower.
OW-S: Happiness found in truth/inner strength.
OW-W: Inspiration of truth. Willpower brings peace.
MW-N: Able to endure challenges. Overcome obstacles.
MW-E: Endurance/willpower brings results. Prosperity in truth. Solid achievements.
MW-S: Contentment from overcoming obstacles. Harmony in truth. Creating own contentment through willpower.
MW-W: Learning truth. Overcome obstacles to learning. Strength in knowledge.
UW-N: Positive force applied to create transformation. Ending of obstacles. Truth revealed.
UW-E: Ability to overcome obstacles leads to growth. Growth through willpower. Youthful strength.
UW-S: Vitality of truth. Energy to overcome obstacles. Energy enhances strength. Vitality of willpower.
UW-W: Use of determination to secure love. Truth in love. Love conquers all.

 
Quiz:
1. What letter is this?
2. What does OW – E under Onn stand for?
3. OW – N under Duir is:  _________________________
4. The Ogham letter for Rowan is:
5. Which plant does this letter represent?
6. Duir is which tree?
7. Prosperity from new skills. Gains from persistence; is which realm and direction?

 

 

 

 

Source: Researcher & Author: Crick

Website: The Whispering Woods

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