April 12 Daily Tarot Card, Rune, Witch’s Rune, Ogham Divination Journal

Tarot Card

Click on the hyperlinks for information about the Wheel of the Year card from the Witches Tarot card deck

The Wheel of the Year – Major Arcana

Menu of Contents

I. Keywords and corresponding associations to the Wheel of The Year Witches Tarot

II. Meaning of the Wheel of The Year Witches Tarot

III. Message of the Wheel of The Year Witches Tarot

IV. The Wheel of The Year Witches in a Tarot spread

Rune

From white-magic-help.net – Runes

WUNJO

Joy, Light

This rune is the fruit-bearing branch. Time of travail is gone and to some extent you have found yourself. The necessary change is now behind, and you are free to receive its blessing, either material or emotional or an increased well-being. Wunjo is a rune of restoration of a harmonious combination of limtting the ego with the higher self. Properly seen, everything is a test. Consciously in the present, honest to the others and with confidence in your way, you should know that you cannot fail.

 

Witch’s Rune

From wizardforest.com – Witches Runes

MAN

This symbol is considered to be the sign of victory. It represents the sword with edge upward in a battle. This rune gives the sign that it is time to act, maybe, it is time to defend your own interests. You should be rigid. It is not the time to relax. You should act fast, follow your nose. Rune personifies strength and courage.

Key words: courage, male sexuality, warrior, defense, strength, self-consciousness, leadership, strength of will.

Sex: male

Element: fire

Chakra No.2: sacral for men.

Ogham

From symbolsage.com – Ogham Symbols

Tinne

The eighth ogham letter, Tinne corresponds to the holly tree and to the letter T. The name tinne is related to the Old Irish word teann, meaning strong or bold, and the Irish and Scots Gaelic word teine which means fire. Therefore, the ogham symbol is associated with strength and power. It’s also sacred to the Celtic smith god Govannon or Goibniu, and the Saxon smith god Weyland, who are associated with strength, endurance, and the attainment of skill.