Second Aicme-the Huathe Aicme

Hawthorne-Huathe-OghamHawthorn-Huathe-pronounced ‘hoo-ah’ or ‘OOa-huh’. This Ogham few represents obstacles, complications, a thorny situation. The advice here could be ‘Clean up your act. Be disciplined, and restrain yourself. Persist, but carefully’

Oak-Duir-OghamOak-Duir-pronounced ‘doo-r’ or ‘doo-er’. This Ogham few represents strength, endurance, a strong foundation, an established way of life and a strong vocation; protection and support in your pursuits. The advice here could be to ‘Rely on your own strength(s), for your strength is your spiritual doorway and your protection.’

Holly-Tinne-OghamHolly-Tinne-pronounced ‘chin-yuh’ or ‘tyin-uh’. This Ogham few represents challenge, testing, trials, tempering, strengthening; your position is under attack-prepare to defend yourself. The advice here could be to ‘Be balanced and direct. Fight for what is right. Keep in mind, this is also a test’

Hazel-Coll-OghamHazel-Coll-pronounced ‘cull’ or ‘coll’. This Ogham few represents wisdom, knowledge, enlightenment, inspiration, poetic or divinatory gifts. The advice here could be to ‘Seek knowledge through meditation, inner guidance, or straight from the source-experts.’

Apple-Quert-OghamQuert-Apple-pronounced ‘kwairt’ or ‘kyert’. This Ogham few represents health, vitality, recuperation, wholeness, or a respite, but another key meaning of this few is a choice between equally-attractive alternatives. The advice here could be to ‘Choose wisely. Be aware of eternity. Appreciate beauty. Feel the wonder.’