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Alder Tree, Mar to April - A beautiful Ogham Tree Card Card by Artist Karen Carter of Hedingham Fair, Ideal for you to send to your loved ones!

Apple is a great wood for a magickal wand. It is a favorite witch tree. The fruit is used at Mabon and Samhain, and for love spells. Eating an apple opens the gateway into other realms, most often faeryland. It provides illumination and the gaining of knowledge.  Dreaming of apples symbolizes prosperity and the good would be blessed by the Goddess for a year.Apple is also considered one of the foods of the dead, Samhain is sometimes known as the "Feast of Apples."

THE CELTIC TREE ORACLE by Liz and Colin Murray This apple card represents a choice of beauty, the beauty of life and youthfulness.

The Celtic Tree Oracle by Liz and Colin Murray- willow.... willow and ash seem to be inconsistent in their placement as the 4th or 5th ogham, I've  found each in the other's place

The Willow in the tree alphabet stands for the female and lunar rhythms of life. She is water-seeking, thriving from preference on the damp margins of lakes and streams or across the low-lying water meadows.

Elder: Folklore holds that it is unlucky to use Elder wood for a child's cradle, which should always be made our to Birch for a new start and inception. In the Ogham calendar, the Elder rules the thirteenth month. The Elder, with its distinctive, easily hollowed, pithy stems, is a tree of regeneration. It re-grows damaged branches readily and it will root and grow rapidly from any part.

Folklore holds that it is unlucky to use Elder wood for a child's cradle…

Birch. The white indicates cleanliness and determination in overcoming difficulties.      It is time for a new start. Before this can be safely embarked upon, however, all old ideas, unhelpful influences and bad thoughts need to be cast aside.

Looking into the Celtic forest, one that formerly covered the whole of the United Kingdom, the Birch stands out as a graceful, slender tree .

Alder: The Alder, like the Willow, is a water-loving tree. Its timber is oily and water resistant and therefore used extensively for underwater foundations: parts of Venice and many medieval cathedrals were built on Alder piling. Bran the Blessed, or Bendegeit Bran, is the god liked with this tree in the Ogham alphabet.

The Alder, like the Willow, is a water-loving tree. Its timber is oily and water resistant and therefore used extensively for underwater fou.

"Rowan" Ogham: Luis. Offers Protection from the evil eye;  The Rowan is synonymous with magical protection. If you have hidden enemies they cannot reach you through evil spells nor charms, your protection will turn them away. It is assumed if you have drawn the Rowan that something and someone somewhere constitutes the needing of such protection this card offers. Though you are protected, keep watchful of even your assumed closest friends and allies as those with ill intent will be flushed…

Offers Protection from the evil eye; The Rowan is synonymous with magical protection. If you have hidden enemies they cannot reach you through evil spells nor charms, your protection will turn them away.

"Aspen" Ogham: Eadhadh. Denotes Illness and healing,    A passing fragility could make you lose some of your inner strength. This Ogham predicts healing. Reassure yourself that your fears and worries are only manifestations of your current state mind and fears. Most fears experienced never become a reality.

"Aspen" Ogham: Eadhadh. Denotes Illness and healing, A passing fragility could make you lose some of your inner strength. This Ogham predicts healing. Reassure yourself that your fears and worries are only manifestations of your current state mind and fears. Most fears experienced never become a reality.