The Celtic Zodiac: What is Your Sign?

This zodiac is an ancient system of symbols based on cycles of the moon. Ideally, a CelticCeltic Astrology Monoliths Year is divided into 13 lunar months. Each month is linked closely to a tree sacred to the druids. Each symbol of Celtic Tree Astrology exhibits certain magical qualities whose secret mysteries come from the Ogham tree. The Ogham tree is an attribute of Ogma, the God of Poetry and consists of a covert Shamanic alphabet. Here is a quick rundown of the zodiac signs and the lucky talismans that come with each one of them.

What Sign Am I?

What does the Celtic Zodiac mean for each Tree Sign?

December 24 – January 20 (Birch – The Achiever)

The Birch moon marks the beginning of the zodiac calendar. People born during the Birch moon are highly-driven and often motivate those around them to feel youthful and re-energized. Their major aim in life is to help others remove the clutter of past life cycles and establish solid foundations for a successful future.

The white stag and the golden eagle are often associated with this symbol. Birch people are also associated with white colour and their linked gemstone is clear quartz.

January 21 – February 17 (Rowan – The Thinker)

The Rowan tree has a reputation of protecting those around from the lure of the evil eye. Rowans have original and creative minds that at times make them aloof in interacting with others. Their mere presence can transform situations as well as people around them.

The energy of the Rowan tree is linked to the green dragon and the crane. Rowans love grey and their popular gemstones are peridots.

February 18 – March 17 (Ash – The Enchanter)

The druids popularly used Ash wood to make spears and wands since they believed it was enchanted. People born under the Ash sign are intuitive, imaginative and naturally artistic. Their inner landscape is always in constant motion forcing them to turn moody or withdraw from certain situations. They are inspired by nature and in turn inspire those close to them.

The Ash is related to the seagull, the seal and the seahorse. Their popular colour and gemstone are green and coral respectively.

March 18 – April 14 (Alder – The Trailblazer)

Alder tree people are natural-born pathfinders. They are movers and shakers and will often blaze a fiery passion trail in order to gain loyal followers. They are gregarious and charming and often mingle easily with individuals of various personalities.

Zodiac Animals associated with this sign include the fox, the bear and the hawk. Alder’s often like red and their popular gemstone is ruby.

April 15 – May 12 (Willow – The Observer)

The moon rules folk born under the willow sign. Their personality is linked to the various mystical aspects related to the lunar realm. They are highly creative, intuitive and intelligent. They have a clear understanding of cycles and seasons.

Animals connected with the sign include the bull, the adder and the hare. They are drawn to yellow and their gemstone is moonstone.

May 13 – June 9 (Hawthorn – The Illusionist)

Hawthorns have an exterior personality that differs from their interior. They live average lives but their inside is often full of fiery passions and creative flames. They can adapt to any life situations perfectly well and are often thoughtful, patient and hopeful. They have a natural character of curiosity and are interested in a broad range of topics.

This zodiac symbol is often associated with the owl and the bee. Hawthorns have a strong attraction to purple and their related gemstone is topaz.

June 10 – July 7 (Oak – The Stabilizer)

People born under the oak are gifted with strength. They are highly protective and often a champion for the rights of those who do not have a voice. They exude an easy confidence and assume everything will turn out positively. Moreover, they love to impart their knowledge to others.

Animals connected with the Oak include the wren and the otter. They love the primary colour black and the diamond gemstone.

July 8 – August 4 (Holly – The Ruler)

Men and women born under the Holly often hold regal status. They are high – minded and noble and popularly go for power and leadership positions. They take on challenges easily and overcome the obstacle using rare tact and skill.

The Holly tree sign is associated with the Horse and the cat. It is also linked to the silver colour and carnelian gemstone.

August 5 – September 1 (Hazel – The Knower)

Hazels are organized, highly intelligent and efficient. They are gifted in academia and excel in the classroom. They retain information and recall, recite or expound on it whenever necessary.

They are related to the salmon and the crane. Their colour is brown and associated gemstone is amethyst.

September 2 – September 29 (Vine – The Equalizer)

Vines have an unpredictable personality. They are often indecisive and full of contradictions. They see both sides of a story and equally empathize with each. They are quite sure about the finer things of life such as wine, food, art and music.

The energy of the Vine is linked with the hound, white swan and lizard. Vines are keen on pastel colours and emerald gemstones.

September 30 – October 27 (Ivy – The Survivor)

Individuals born under the Ivy have the ability to overcome all odds of life. They have a sharp intellect but also exhibit loyalty and compassion to others. They have a giving nature and ready to lend a helping hand.

They are linked to the goose, butterfly and boat. They fancy blue colour and opal gemstone.

October 28 – November 24 (Reed – The Inquisitor)

Those born under this zodiac sign are the secret keepers. They dig deep into the real meaning of things to uncover the hidden truth. They adore good stories and easily drawn into scandals, gossip, lore and legend. They make excellent historians, detectives, journalists and archaeologists.

Animals connected with the reed are the owl and the hound. Their hue is orange and gemstone is jasper.

November 25 – December 23 (Elder – The Seeker)

The elder moon marks the last month of the Celts calendar. Elders love freedom and are thrill-seekers. They have a tendency to be withdrawn and are often misjudged as outsiders. They are considerate to others and often strive to be helpful.

Elders are commonly matched to the raven, the badger and the black horse. Their colour is gold and gemstone is jet.

So hopefully, you now have the answer – what Celtic astrology sign are you?

The Celtic Zodiac: What is Your Sign? was last modified: October 1st, 2020 by Angharad