March 10 Tarot Card Rune, Witch’s Rune, Ogham, and Crack the Cookie Daily Divination Journal

Tarot Card

Click on the hyperlinks for information about the Wheel of Fortune/La Roue De Fortune card from the Marseilles Tarot card deck

The Wheel of Fortune/La Roue De Fortune – Major Arcana

Menu of Contents

I. Overview of the Wheel of Fortune – La Roue de Fortune Tarot

II. Keywords of the Wheel of Fortune – La Roue de Fortune Tarot

III. Interpretation of the Wheel of Fortune – La Roue de Fortune Tarot

IV. When the Wheel of Fortune – La Roue de Fortune Tarot speaks up

V. Traditional interpretations of the Wheel of Fortune – La Roue de Fortune Tarot

More The Wheel of Fortune Cards from Famous Tarot Decks

     1. The Wheel of Fortune Rider Waite Tarot

      2. The Wheel Wildwood Tarot

     3. The Wheel Of Fortune Linestrider Tarot

Rune

From TheRuneSite.com – Armanen Runes

Laf

Sound: “l”
Stands for: Ã–rlog (Primal Law)
Casting meaning: List said this rune stood for the concepts of defeat and the laws of nature. Today modern versions have this rune denoting life, water and primal law.

Witch’s Rune

From wizardforest.com – Witches Runes

WAVE

Rune Wave is also known as Spiral – on of the oldest symbols. The spiral represents water everywhere, as well as power and movement. The fallen rune means that water flow won’t let you control something. It’s no sense to plough the sand, you should let it go. Water will flow you in necessary direction. Rely on the Universe will. You shouldn’t fight. Everything will work out on it’s own.

Key words: confidence, indefinite position, let it go, drift

Moon phase: waning Moon, dark Moon

Element: Water

Ogham

From LearnReligions.com – Celtic Ogham

H is for Huath, or Uatha, and is symbolic of the Hawthorn tree. This prickly-thorned tree is associated with cleansing, protection and defense. Tie a thorn with a red ribbon and use it as a protective amulet in your home, or place a bundle of thorns under a baby’s crib to keep bad energy away. Because the Hawthorn typically blooms around Beltane, it is also strongly connected with fertility, masculine energy, and fire.

In folklore, the Hawthorn is associated with the land of the Fae. Thomas the Rhymer met the Faerie Queen under a Hawthorn tree and ended up in the Faerie realm for seven years. Despite its connection with female and goddess-centered pre-Christian belief, it’s considered unlucky to bring Hawthorn into your home. This may stem from the fact that some species of Hawthorn give off a particularly unpleasant –almost corpse-like–scent after they’ve been cut. No one wants their home to smell like death.

In Glastonbury, England, there’s a famous Hawthorn tree known as the Holy Thorn. The tree that stands there today is supposed to be a descendant of one that stood on Glastonbury Tor two thousand years ago, when Joseph of Arimathea brought the Grail to England from the Holy Land. When Joseph thrust his staff into the ground, it turned into a Hawthorn tree.

Birch Correspondences

Mundane Aspects: If you’re hoping to conceive a child, the appearance of Huath could be fortuitous. In addition to fertility, consider this a sign of protection, healthfulness and self-defense.

Magical Aspects: Understand that no matter how thorny a problem may be, you can use your spiritual strength to protect and guide you. You may also find that you can provide strength to those who depend on you.

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