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Spell: Rowan Lore

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The rowan tree was very magical in the Celtic tradition. Its reddish-orange berries appear in late summer and into the fall and can be made into a delicious jelly. Trees with red colored fruits and white flowers-such as apple, hawthorn, and rowan-were especially sacred, as red and white were two of the most important otherworld colors. Rowan was used in magic throughout the year, especially for protection. Gather fallen rowan branches and place these above the doorway. You might also want to create magical hoops or wreaths out of rowan and other sacred plants to decorate your home or altar at this time of year.

Rowan tree,
O rowan tree,
Red berries of life and birth,
Bring to us the power of three.
Gods, ancestors, and earth
Guard us in wholeness,
Ground us with lore,
Bring us together
In wisdom once more.
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