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Willow Greeting Card

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“Saille” (21st March-17th april) is the Willow in the ancient Ogham Alphabet. Tree of the Sacred Feminine, the lunartides and the ebb and flow of Magic, Saille enhances intuition, dreams and seership. It helps letting go of the hidden emotions and reawakens dormant abilities. Willow is the tree of the Moon Goddess and as the ebb and flow of fluids within all living things, it sets free the flow of our inner magic. Find Ned the Irish black cat and follow him into the woods, where he will lead you to your sacred birth tree…

Greeting Card

Width: 12 cm

Height: 18 cm

Weight: 24 g

Material: Paper x weight

Greeting Card representing original acrylic painting and digital art by Elena Danaan

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The Ogham Alphabet is a very ancient system of scripture, using native trees of Ireland combined to a series of lines crossing a vertical mark or an angle on a stone. Some of them are associated with the thirteen moons of the Celtic calendar. The willow is a water loving tree, associated with Moon magic and used for enchantment, wishing, romantic love, healing, protection, fertility, love, divination, friendship, joy, love, and peace. Linked with the element of water, it inspires emotions and feelings, imagination, and the connection with the Unconscious. Willow bark contains Salicin which is used in the treatment of rheumatic fever and various damp diseases. Her catkins, which appear in early spring before her leaves, attract bees to start the cycle of pollination. Willow indicates cycles, rhythms and the ebb and flux.Moon tree sacred to the White Lady, its groves were considered so magical that priests, priestesses and all types of artisans sat among these trees to gain eloquence, inspiration, skills and prophecies. For a wish to be granted, ask permission of the willow, explaining your desire. Select a pliable shoot and tie a loose knot in it while expressing what you want. When the wish isfulfilled. return and untie the knot. Remember to thank the willow and leave a gift.