June 6 Tarot Card, Rune, Witch’s Rune, Ogham Divination Journal

Tarot Card

From Tarotx.net – Wildwood Tarot Deck

6 of Vessels (Cups) – Minor Arcana

Menu of Contents

I. The Description of Six of Vessels Wildwood Tarot

II. The Meaning of Six of Vessels Wildwood Tarot

III. The interpretation of Six of Vessels Wildwood Tarot

IV. The guideline of Six of Vessels Wildwood Tarot

V. Keywords and extensions of Six of Vessels Wildwood Tarot


From white-magic-help.net – Runes


Power, Manhood, Femaleness, A Wild Bull

The rune of the termination and new beginning. If it is pulled, it means that the life you used to live has grown out of its frame and needs to be left behind now, so that the life-energy can liberate itself, like a rebirth, into a new one. Be prepared for the chance, that hides itself behind the costume of loss. At the same time modesty is demanded, because in order to rule, you must serve first.

Witch’s Rune

From wizardforest.com – Witches Runes


This is a very positive rune. It tells that it is time to move ahead to achieve the objectives. It can be called the green light which gives assurance that you are going the right way. The star also represents money, jewelries, bonuses, personal glory and even love affair. It means spiritual gifts. If you are in a tight situation at the moment or in difficult times – this rune means that all your trials are off. You will be out of the wood pretty soon! Key words: joy, fulfillment of desires, achievement of objectives, right way, blessing beyond, material benefits, glory, success, freedom, encouraging.

Moon phase: full Moon

Saturday: Ostara

Element: Air


From symbolsage.com – Ogham Symbols


The ogham symbol Straif has the phonetic value of St, and corresponds to the blackthorn or sloe tree, which is known for its magical power. Staves made from its wood were carried by wizards, warlocks, and witches.

In Irish sagas, the blackthorn has association with battle, sacrifice, transformation, and death. It’s also said to be sacred to Donn of the Milesians, the Irish god of death, as well as to goddess Morrighan who oversees matters of war and death.

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