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Ogham: The Celtic Oracle

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  • The new Ogham Celtic Tree Oracle Workshop will be held at 7.45pm every Tuesday from 25th September 2012 at the Ilkley Happiness Centre: Learn Divination, Otherworlds, Celtic Myth, Write Poetry, Pathworking, meditation.
    The first Ogham we will learn about is Alder. See this video:
    ‘Each day may the Fae walk beside you and place their hand in yours in your pathway to the stars’ – Freyeesha Hall

    The Ogham Celtic Tree Oracle Workshop will be held at 7.45pm every Tuesday from 25th September 2012 at the Ilkley Happiness Centre, as part of its meditations program which reopens when the Schools go back

  • The Ogham Celtic Tree Oracle Workshop will be held at 7.45pm every Tuesday from 25th September 2012 at the Ilkley Happiness Centre, as part of its meditations program which reopens when the Schools go back

    The Ogham Celtic Oracle is a powerful and profound system of divination for personal guidance and spiritual growth. Based on the ancient celtic tree alphabet it provides access to timeless wisdom as relevant today as it was in ancient times. Our celtic ancestors had a simple yet deep understanding for the world of creation and this oracle shows how that understanding can bring clarity and insights to the challenges modern life presents us. Use this oracle to bring guidance to any circumstance and inspiration on your path. Re-awaken the knowledge you carry in your bones and reconnect with the magic of the celtic forest. Features the artwork of world-famous fantasy artist Peter Pracnownik and the writing of celtic Shaman and author Andy Baggott.

    OGHAM The Celtic Oracle
    by Peter Pracownik and Andy Baggott

    Willow teaches us the lesson of life in death. Endings are just beginnings and with new growth comes change. Willow helps us to integrate change into our lives and reminds us to allow inspiration to enter our lives at such times. Inspiration can come from the smallest or most unlikely sources so keep an open mind at all times. Willow is strongly linked with the moon and you would do well to co-ordinate your spiritual practice with the phases of the moon. Start new projects on the new moon, seek inspiration by the light of the full moon and bring matters to a close at the dark moon. Go with the flow and all will be well.

    The willow tree favors damp or watery places and is prolific in its growth. A cut branch, if planted into the ground, will easily root and grow into a new tree. For this reason, the willow is strongly linked to new growth, regeneration and inspiration. Willow was used in the annual purification ritual of "beating the bounds" (defining the parish boundary) and the birch twigs of a witch's broom were traditionally bound with willow thongs. It is also sacred to the moon with willow wands being favored for lunar magic and ritual. It is also thought that placing willow under one's pillow, especially around the full moon, helps promote night visions. The willow is sacred to poets and bards as a tree of inspiration.  A tea or incense of willow barck can be used to help connect with td divine feminine energy within each of us as willow is a strongly feminine tree.

  • OGHAM The Celtic Oracle
    by Peter Pracownik and Andy Baggott

    You have an opportunity to set some firm foundations, although you need to guard against them being underminded by negative emotions. You have untapped emotional strength within you and spiritual help around you that you can call upon if the going gets tough. This is a time to build bridges, not burn them, so think carefully before decision making. Inspiration can come from beyond the physical world if you have the awareness to seek it. Hold steadfastly to what you know in your heart, listen to your intuition and seek guidance from the spiritual realm more than from your fellow man. Have faith in your path understanding that you make your own destiny.

    When Alder is cut, its wood changes color from white to orange to red, giving the appearance of bleeding, and it is thus associated with "Fear Dearg" - the "Red Man" who, according to Celtic legend, helps humans lost in the Otherworld to escape back to this reality. Alser is a fairy tree often found growing on the banks of strams and in damp places. Where land and water meet, there is always access to the otherworld.
    Whistles made from green Alder wood are said to summon the wind and good water spirits. The three dies: brown from its twigs, red from its bark and green from its flowers, symbolize Earth, Fire, and Water.

    The Ogham Celtic Tree Oracle Workshop will be held at 7.45pm every Tuesday from 25th September 2012 at the Ilkley Happiness Centre, as part of its meditations program which reopens when the Schools go back

the ogham celtic oracle is a powerful and profound system

The Ogham Celtic Oracle is a powerful system of divination for personal guidance and spiritual growth. Based on the Celtic Tree Alphabet, its timeless wisdom is as relevant today as it was in ancient times. Features the artwork of fantasy artist Peter Pracownik and the writings of Celtic Shaman and author Andy Baggott. Includes 21 cards and 127 page illustrated book.