Date- Jul 8-Aug 4
Lore- The Holly is male, and so symbolizes paternity and fatherhood. With the Ivy and the Mistletoe, the Holly has always been regarded as a potent life symbol, both for his year-long foliage and for his winter fruits. Concealed within the verses of the 'Song of Amergin', chanted by a chief Bard as the landed on the shores of Ireland, is the line "I am a battle-waging spear" - the wood of the Holly was used in fashioning spear shafts.
Meaning- Protection, prophecy, magick for animals, sex magick
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