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Rowan and Celtic Astrology
Finally, one approach to
astrology identifies 21 trees as being considered sacred by ancient Celts, with
each tree representing a 9-day period during the cycle of the moon. The Rowan
represents those born between April 1st-10th and October 4th-13th.
According to one source, "Rowan (the Sensitivity) Full of charm, cheerful,
gifted, without egoism, likes to draw attention, loves life, motion, unrest and
even complications, is both dependent and independent, good taste, artistic,
passionate, emotional, good company, does not forgive."
In the yard there grows a Rowan.
oral poems dating back to the first century A.D.
Rowan (sorbus aucuparia), Mountain Ash, Quickbeam, has the ability,
perhaps more than any other tree, to help us increase our psychic abilities and
connections. It has a beneficial energy which will increase our abilities to
receive visions and insights which in turn will increase our communication with
the spirit realms.
rowan's wood is strong and resilient, making excellent walking sticks, and is
suitable for carving. It was often used for tool handles, and spindles and
spinning wheels were traditionally made of rowan wood. Druids used the bark and
berries to dye the garments worn during lunar ceremonies black, and the bark was
also used in the tanning process. Rowan twigs were used for divining,
particularly for metals.
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