April 14 Daily Tarot Card, Rune, Witch’s Rune, Ogham Divination Journal

Tarot Card

Click on the hyperlinks for information about the 4 of Wands card from the Witches Tarot card deck

4 of Wands – Minor Arcana

Menu of Contents

I. Keywords and corresponding associations to the Four of Wands Witches Tarot

II. Meaning of the Four of Wands Witches Tarot

III. Message of the Four of Wands Witches Tarot

IV. The Four of Wands Witches in a Tarot spread

Rune

From TheRuneSite.com – Elder Futhork Runes

Perdhro

Sound: “eo”, “æ”
Stands for: Yew Tree
Color: White (Green)
Casting meaning: Eihwaz is a rune that can be used as a magical protector and facilitator. It shows us that in the event of an ending situation we find the start of a new situation.

Witch’s Rune

From wizardforest.com – Witches Runes

WOMAN

This rune represents a woman, witch warder and Holy Grail, it is referred to both healing and home magic. Woman represents healing, education, creativity, home, maternity, fruitfulness and sympathy. Practically, this rune provides “soft effect”. Consequently, you should not expect the events to develop fast, when this Woman Rune falls to you.

Key words: healing, home, cosiness, mother, education, softness, sympathy, female sexuality, care.

Sex: female

Element: Earth

Chakra No.2: sacral for women

Ogham

From LearnReligions.com – Celtic Ogham

Uillean

Ui (sometimes interpreted as Pe) is Uillean, the Honeysuckle. Associated with the manifestation of will, the Honeysuckle starts as a small seed and creeps along, growing and spreading over time. Honeysuckle twists and spirals up and over its surroundings, its soft yellow flowers releasing a sweet scent. It is the flower of unspoken desire, hidden needs, secret wants, but it also represents our goals of finding our true Self.

From a medicinal standpoint, the honeysuckle can be useful as well. Dioscorides says,

“the ripe seed gathered and dried in theshadow and drunk for four days together, doth waste and consume away the hardness of the spleen and removeth wearisomeness, helpeth the shortness and difficulty of breathing, cureth the hicket (hiccough), etc. A syrup made of the flowers is good to be drunk against diseases of the lungs and spleen.”

Uillean Correspondences

Mundane Aspects: When this symbol appears, it means you need to allow yourself the freedom to pursue your desire. If you’ve got hopes or dreams that are unattained, now is your time to start considering whether they’re remain just dreams, or become reality. Denying yourself the chance to enjoy life is unfair.

Magical Aspects: Take the time to experience joy, but make sure you stay true to your values and beliefs as well. In many Wiccan traditions, the Charge of the Goddess is quoted as a reminder of this: All acts of love and pleasure are my rituals. Another aspect of this symbol is that sometimes, mysteries which seem to be hidden may not be as hard to delve into as you think–sometimes, you’ve just been sidetracked by distractions.