Your Ogham Reading for the Week of November 19th

Your Weekly Ogham Reading for the Week of November 19th

 

Duir-Oak

The name of the oak tree was part of the early Celtic word for Druid. Oak trees have always had a greater tendency to be struck by lightning, thus they have always had a more sacred standing among many cultures. It is a tree of great strength, durable hardwood, and its roots grow as deep as the branches grow high. To the Druids it was the King of The Woods. Thus these features of the letter Duir allow us to focus this reading on strength, resilience, power, and nobility. Like the mighty oak tree you will prevail.

Fortune – This Ogham denotes new paths, new doorways, and success once you decide to follow these new ideas!

 

 

Muin-Vine

The spiraling vine is a symbol of connectivity. Over time the vine grows around everything, through the physical and spiritual, and through the conscious and subconscious. However it takes time and patience for the vine to slowly connect everything. When we draw this letter we think of unity, being one with our surroundings, and connecting to all living things. This can especially have a special meaning in our modern world of online connections. The world slowly resembles one giant vine!

Fortune – This Ogham is telling you to take a strong look at your personal connections in life. Friends, lovers, and coworkers will have an important say in your matter!

 

 

Ngetal-Broom

Brooms tolerate poor soil and growing conditions, they are known for wasteland reclamation, a way of cleaning up hazardous sites. It is no surprise that this plant is also where the term broom arose as a cleaning tool. Over the centuries the Ngetal, or broom, as been associated with healing, cleaning, and restoring what once was. Drawing this letter shows some aspect in life has been cleaned and healed or is in great need of it.

Fortune – It is time to cleanup in life! This Ogham is a sign that you need to find the mess that has been made in your life or someone close to you and sweep it up!

 

Courtesy of Witches of the Craft

Past Lives Tarot Card for November 19th is The Lovers

The Lovers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The ancient Greek rulers were noted philosophers who believed that health and knowledge were the cornerstones to both spiritual and personal success. At this time, you probably have a Greek ancient ruler past incarnation advising you. This inner ruler should be leading you toward a personal merging of your mind, your spirit, and your material wealth. If so, your inner Greek will direct you to a more balance life, which should eventually make you into a fair and wise leader.

Your Erotic Tarot Card for November 19 is The Chariot

The Chariot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Chariot is a symbol of sexual determination, so it isn’t likely that you’ll be distracted from your passionate goals today. As the Chariot charges ahead on its journey, you seek to reach your final sexual destination as well. Your enthusiasm is contagious, which should make it relatively easy to convince someone to come along with you on your erotic journey. The Chariot predicts a lot of adventure along the way, and at the end of the day you’ll feel sexually triumphant.

Daily Love Tarot Card for November 19 is The World

The World

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the World, things are changing. If they are in your world, do you honestly think the changes for the better? They aren’t if you are losing your sense of self. They aren’t if you are editing your own beliefs. You have to be comfortable with who you are. This card says, freeze-frame like a photo or like a VCR on pause. Then, take a deep breath and put yourself back.

Your Daily Tarot Card for Nov. 19 is The Moon

The Moon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keywords: imagination, dreams, emotion, competition (the dogs), illusion!

Astrological Correspondence: Pisces

The Moon in all its phases represents the world of dreams, illusions, and the subconscious. Traditionally the symbol of the feminine, the card’s meaning encompasses the maternal, the Great Mother, womanhood, and cycles. The Moon is an ambivalent card, and its imagery signifies the difficulty to see things clearly: simultaneously inspiring and lacking courage, enchanting and bewildering, deceptive and receptive – all sides of the same coin. Signaling fluctuating moods and uncertainty we must pay attention to our dreams, confront our subconscious and deal with the issues that come to the surface in order to progress to a higher level of awareness. Being able to put our imagination and creative talents to good use is an added bonus. Negative qualities such as ambiguity, confusion, hidden fears, and deception can be causes for failure.

 

Courtesy of Witches of the Craft