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Sometimes it's really difficult being on the cusp of Cancer and Leo. In instances like this, I usually take after just one of the sign's attributes. In this one, I actually take after both...which makes me very hard to please....


Ivy, Ogham name Gort, rules 30th September to 27th October. Evergreen Ivy is said to house the Spirit of Nature during the dead of Winter, and so represents regeneration, preserving life to continue the next year. The last sheaf of corn to be cut each harvest was bound round with Ivy called the Ivy Girl, to preserve the spirit of the corn until the following years harvest.


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Celtic horoscope animal signs.

Stag/Deer December 24 – January 20 The stag Celtic animal sign has high ideals and aspirations. If you want to start a new project, get a Stag sign to help you. They will not be deterred from their...


BirchBirch, Ogham name Beith, rules 24th Dec to 20th Jan, in divination it represents a new start, beginnings and birth. Use Birch twigs for broom making "a new broom sweeps clean"


Yew, Ogham name Ioho, rules 22nd December, Winter Solstice. The latin name for yew is taxius, the Greek word for bow is toxos, Toxin means poison so it is not surprising that Yew tree wood is used to make the best longbows and the poison for arrows. Yew trees planted in churchyards were thought to protect the corpses buried there and preserve their spirits ready for rebirth.


Bramble, Ogham name Muin, rules 2nd September to 29th September and in divination represents intoxication; as Blackberry wine is strong and heady, so the excitement from chancing upon new ideas is also intoxicating.


Celtic Lunar Astrology is essentially a Druid Zodiac. The Druids were a sect of Celtic priests who inhabited the British Isles around 1000 B.C. The Druids used a lunar calendar consisting of 13 months, each being 28 days long, plus one intercalary day. The Druid religion was based mainly upon an awareness of natural and supernatural energies. These energies were identified with spirits or dryads who dwelt within the ancient trees. Druids believed that trees were given spirits and attributes…