April 5 Daily Tarot Card, Rune, Witch’s Rune, Ogham Divination Journal

Tarot Card

From A Guide to the Celtic Dragon Tarot by D. J. Conway and Lisa Hunt Pages 124 to 125

6 of Cups – Minor Arcana

Reunions; unexpected gifts

A little boy and girl are smiling and hugging to large Water dragons, who rise out of a pond. The children symbolize the natural psychic connections all humans possess before they are taught such a thing is false. They are freely communicating with astral creatures because it is the normal thing to do. On the flower and tree-covered banks stand six chalices. The flowers and trees represent the constant renewal of life., fed by the waters of the lake (emotional purity and balance). Tiny dragons flutter happily around the children, symbols of the potential power of even the tiniest pieces of cosmic energy. The six chalices represent the power of building in all its connotations; building of relationships, healing power, and bridges between people and/or species. By acknowledging this power of building, we acknowledge the interconnectedness of all things, animate and inanimate.

Divinatory Meaning: A reunion with old friends may be near. New opportunities present themselves; be ready to act on them. Unexpected gifts may Suprise you.

Rune

From Galaxy Runes via my Kindle Fire

Sowilo

Keywords:

Success, wholeness, completion, victory, positive change

Interpretation:

This is the solar rune of power and life-giving force. It provides hope, guidance, counsel and promise fortune. Sunshine is the ultimate medicine, illuminating and clearing any darkness.

Witch’s Rune

From wizardforest.com – Witches Runes

MOON

Under moonlight everything is not that as it seems, that’s why be careful! Do not fall for first impression. Listen to yourself. It is important to make difference between truth and illusion. This rune symbolizes clairvoyance, psychic powers, and mysticism.

Key words: spirituality, intuition, femininity, illusion, subconsciousness, Moon cycle, self-analysis, long-term changes.

Sabbat: Yule (midwinter)

Element: Water

Chakra No.6: mind’s eye

 

Ogham

From thepeculiarbrunette.com – Ogham

Duir or Dair

Pronunciation – Doo-r

Tree Association – oak

Meaning – Strength, security, resilience, endurance, wisdom, sacred spaces, leadership, and kindness. All your hard work and education have paid off. Like the oak, you stand tall and mighty. You are in a beneficial situation (family, work, financially, creative, relationship, etc.), and this circumstance will stay that way for quite a while. Trust yourself! Also, oak represents the intense energy and power of storms and wind. Symbolic of the endurance and stamina you possess that allows you to flourish and thrive.

If reversed – cowardly, uncertain, or frail. You have not been acting kindly or fairly in your leadership role. It’s ok to lack knowledge and facts, but do not make it a common practice.

Inscription and Magical Uses – Inscribe this ogham on an acorn for good luck in job interviews, courage, or pursuing justice. Duir is an excellent ogham inscription to keep at work. Helpful when working when storms, lightning, or the element air. It can also be used in healing or for those who need reminders of their resilience, profound strength, and tenacity.

Folklore – Oak trees are considered sacred guardians. They are an excellent place to meditate beneath or seek strength and assurance. If you catch an oak leaf before it touches the ground, you will have excellent health throughout the cold winter months. Representative of the Oak King, who marks the beginning and climax of the Summer Solstice.