March 24 Divination Journal – Part 2




Grace, death, letting go, endings, rest, the beauty of decay

Tree: Yew (Taxus spp.)

Letter: Y

Ioho symbolizes the acceptance of enduring realities and legacies of the past. If you draw Ioho, look for the end of a phase or cycle. Ioho suggests you are handling or will handle the matter at hand with dignity and grace.

Modern culture has spent a great deal of time running away from the ideas of death and decay as natural, welcome processes. As a result, we have a society obsessed with launching our species into space for fear of extinction, a medical industry bent on extending life long after it has ceased to have any quality, and a fixation on youth that motivates the middle aged to undergo brutal, grisly procedures in order to look twenty. When we frame aging (not just of human beings) in a sensible way, we understand that getting old isn’t so terrible. People age and die. Technologies change. Weeks become years. Eras fade away. Letting go is for the best.

Ioho is about accepting limits gracefully. We cannot control much of what is around us or what happens to us in life, but we can control a great deal of how we perceive it and what we decide to do about it.

Though this Ogham has profound similarities to the Death card of the Tarot, like that card, 99.9 percent of the time it is not to be taken literally. Drawing Ioho does not mean you or someone in your circle is fated for immediate death. Instead, it signifies the necessary end and inevitability of all things decaying and dying. More often than not, the death process is much slower than we impatient humans are able to bear. Look for a lesson that comes from the acceptance of endings rather than literal death.

Questions when you draw Ioho:
-Reflect back to three times in your life when you had to let something or someone go and it was devastating. What did you learn?
-Reflect back to three times you should of let something or someone go and you didn’t, but the situation ended anyway. What was the result?
-In what ways does our culture fear the death process? What are the symptoms of the fear of death? What is the root of that fear?

Ioho ill-dignified excess: Poisonous nostalgia:
Glorifying the past can be as toxic as dismissing it. Either way is a refusal to learn from one’s mistakes. The past can be seductive. Living there, whether the purpose is to beat yourself up for past mistakes or to romanticize an era that most likely isn’t as great as you think it was, is a way of avoiding necessary work on yourself. Nobody can force the present to be the past. Consider the old trope of the bereaved parent who preserves the room of their dead child exactly as they left it: their weird, superstitious actions that do nothing to preserve what was actually good about the past or the actual child themselves. The old man who affects exaggerated old-fashioned mannerisms, smoking, a bad toupee, and a full leisure suit with bell-bottom pants does not bring back the disco era in which he felt happiest. He only builds a flimsy bulwark against the modern era instead of making necessary adaptations in the long learning process of life. Hiding from the world in a comfortable, familiar shell can make you brittle.

Ioho ill-dignified dearth: Refusal to rest:
SLOW DOWN. Running away from the need to slow down is pure self-destruct mode. Learn how to rest before Nature takes the choice out of your hands. Overwork and frenetic activity need to be balanced out with relaxation and reconnection with your quieter inner self. You desperately have a need to be alone with your own thoughts to sort out what needs to be done. Don’t feel guilty about cancelling appointments and not fulfilling every obligation you agreed to when you thought you’d have more energy. Take a break.

“When your time comes to die, be not like those whose hearts are filled with fear of death, so that when their time comes they weep and pray for a little more time to live their lives over again in a different way. Sing your death song, and die like a hero going home.” -Tecumseh

“The purpose of a vacation is to have the time to rest. But many of us, even when we go on vacation, don’t know how to rest. We may even come back more tired than before we left.” -Thich Nhat Hanh

“With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come.” -William Shakespeare (The Merchant of Venice)

I Ching


Hexagram Thirty-Eight/38

Name: K’uei.

Keyphrase: Opposition.

Formed By The Trigrams: Fire over Lake.

General: Reconciliation must be a key priority if there is disunity.

Love: Be as tactful as necessary to overcome a potentially divisive issue.

Business: You may find that lack of communication, or refusal to communicate, is causing a period of stagnation. You will need to remedy this before further progress is possible.

Personal: It will be necessary to learn to respect your enemy to resolve any crisis you are currently in.

Overview: K’uei is about communication. Or the lack of it. Being stubborn or indifferent to a situation and not talking it out will lead to progress being brought to a standstill. K’uei tells you that the only way forward is through effective communication and reconciliation. Extreme tact may be required and if so, this is the course you must take. You must learn to ignore emotion at this time no matter how badly others may be behaving. Do not allow yourself to be provoked and then respond with anger. It will be a mistake and you will lose credibility. Your behavior needs to be exemplary.




See 11c It is more realistic. It is very intuitive, but will not easily admit that. It often earns in the sale of art or antiques. It has phobias.

Angel Number



Meaning of angel number 38

Angel number 38 has not only the meaning of 38 number, which is a symbol of richness, but also the meaning of angel number 3, angel number 8, and angel number 38. Know the meaning of Angel Number 38

[38] Richness is brought

The biggest implication is that angel number 38 has the big meaning of “giving richness”. Especially, the meaning of economic richness is many, and the economic side is supported by angels. Anyone who feels this angel number 38 will indicate that the environment will change and financially good things will happen in the future and that fortune will rise.

[3] Blessing is obtained …

[8] Richness …

[3838] Inflow of wealth …

Message from angel number 38

Angel number 38 expresses joy, optimism, and richness. Let’s get to know what the message of angel number 38 has.

Enjoy the financial wealth …

Continue your efforts …

Act like yourself …

Gratitude …

Happiness can only be shared with others …

Have humility …

Positive action is good …

Love of angel number 38 …

When love is fun …

Be honest with yourself …

May be confessed …

Restoration waits for opponent’s movement …

Surely bond with partners …


Angel number 38 is a number that symbolizes the richness among the many angel numbers. People who feel familiar with this number will have a great deal of good luck in interpersonal luck and love luck, as they will have better fortunes and work will come in and work luck will increase. Let’s go.

If you feel such an angel number 38 more, humbly contacting people around you and expressing appreciation to your partner will have a synergistic effect, and you will be more lucky.

Animal Spirit Guide or Helper


White Butterfly

(Side Note from Lady Beltane: Since my mom crossed the veil in 2015 her and my dad come to check on me a various time always as white butterflies. One slightly bigger than the other.)

What does it mean when a white butterfly flutters in front of you or lands nearby? In this post, we’ll explore all aspects of white butterfly meaning, from spiritual meanings to love and relationships, money, health, and more.

Table of Contents

Types of White Butterflies

White Butterfly Spiritual Meanings

White Butterfly Meaning in Love and Relationships

White Butterfly Meaning in Money and Career Matters

Seeing a White Butterfly and Health and Wellness

Summary: Your angels are on your side.