Hazel Hazel

Hazel

5th August – 1st September

€2.60

In Irish Tree Lore mythology, the Hazel tree covers the period August 5th – September 1st. In ancient times, the Hazel was considered to be one of the noblest trees and full of wisdom. It was a crime to fell a Hazel. There was a well at the source of the River Boyne around which it is said, the nine Hazels of wisdom grew. A salmon swimming there leapt to eat nine Hazels which fell from the trees and thus became endowed with the gift of knowledge and Wisdom.


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In Irish Tree Lore mythology, the Hazel tree covers the period August 5th – September 1st. In ancient times, the Hazel was considered to be one of the noblest trees and full of wisdom. It was a crime to fell a Hazel. There was a well at the source of the River Boyne around which it is said, the nine Hazels of wisdom grew. A salmon swimming there leapt to eat nine Hazels which fell from the trees and thus became endowed with the gift of knowledge and Wisdom.

Personality traits.
Like other signs, the personality types are divided into both New Moon (first half of the sign) and Full Moon (second half of the sign). The New Moon individual is curious, knowledge seeking but can be seen as prying whereas the Full Moon individual tends to more outgoing and often end up as public figures though they may appear to be over critical. All Hazels tend to be intelligent and make great planners, with analytical yet creative minds. However, their constant nervous energy needs to be mentally channelled or otherwise they may be prone to suffering from headaches.


Main Specifications


SKUTL05
Weight15 grams
Height148 mm
Width105 mm
Depth2 mm
ManufacturerCeltic Myths
OriginIreland

Printed in Ireland from an original by Margaret McKenna

A6 4 page greetings card with blank inside.
Comes with C6 plain white envelope.
Contents wrapped in clear cellophane.

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