Date- Feb 18-Mar 17
Lore- The Ash of the Ogham alphabet is the Cosmic Ash, or World Tree. It also appears in Norse mythology as Yggdrasil, the tree of Odin, or Woden, who hung from it in order to gain enlightenment in the secrets of the Runes, and whose Celtic equivalent is Gwidion. The Ash tree has deeply penetrating roots and sours the soil, making it difficult for other vegetation to grow beneath it. Its twigs are thick and strong. In Norse mythology, this tree spans the universe -- its roots in hell, its branches supporting the heavens and with Earth at its center. In Celtic cosmology in particular it connects the three circles of existence - Abred, Gwynedd and Ceugant - which can be variously interpreted as past, present and future, or as confusion, balance and creative force; there being no hell, but only continual rebirth as passage is made from circle to circle until the Land of the Blessed is finally reached.
Meaning- Prosperity, protection, healing
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