April 27 Daily Tarot Card, Rune, Witch’s Rune, Ogham Divination Journal

Tarot Card

From Tarotx.net – Shadowscapes Tarot Deck

The Judgement – Major Arcana Number 20

Menu of Contents

I. Description of Judgement Shadowscapes Tarot

II. The meaning of Judgement Shadowscapes Tarot

III. Judgment Shadowscapes Tarot in a spread

More The Judgment Cards from Famous Tarot Decks

1. The Judgment Rider Waite Tarot Deck

2. The Aeon Thoth Tarot Deck

3. Le Jugement Tarot De Marseille

Rune

From TheRuneSite.com – Elder Futhork Runes

Ehwaz

Sound: “e” as in “every”
Stands for: Horse
Color: Red (White)
Casting meaning: Ehwaz reminds us that in order for success there must be a natural flow in the task at hand. With this rune to give us power as well as it making use of our good intentions we can surely achieve such success.

Witch’s Rune

From wizardforest.com – Witches Runes

EYE

Rune Eye promises that you will be able to look at the situation on the other side. You will see the things, to which you haven’t paid attention before. This rune also presents foretelling as though it helps to open the mind’s eye. It will help to solve important issues. This rune also means that you should observe, study and find the things, which are hidden from your sight. Sometimes, picture of rune eye may mean that you will be shocked by what you will know. But power is with you. Be prepared for surprises.

Key words: detection of truth, spiritual advisor, dedication, ritual, all-seeing eye, trials.

Sabbath: Samain

Element: Aether (spirit)

Chakra No.7: Crown

Ogham

From symbolsage.com – Ogham Symbols

Ailm/Ailim

The Celtic symbol of strength, Ailm corresponds to the letter A, as well as to the pine, or fir tree. It represents the strength that one needs to rise above adversity, and is also associated with healing, purity, and fertility. Its symbolism derives from its practical and magical use in the past as a medicinal herb, as incense, and fertility charms for men.

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