CELTIC TREE MONTH, ASTROLOGY & OGHAM SYMBOL – MUIN / VINE

 

Vine Moon – the gift of prophetic speech and truth. Introspection, Relaxation, Depth.

 

September 2 – September 29: The Vine month is a time of great harvest — from the grapes of the Mediterranean to the fruits of the northern regions, the Vine produces fruits we can use to make that most wondrous concoction called wine. The Celts called this month Muin. The Vine is a symbol of both happiness and wrath – passionate emotions, both of them. Do magical workings this month connected to the Autumn Equinox, or Mabon, and celebrate garden magic, joy and exhilaration, wrath and rage, and the darker aspect of the mother goddess. Use the leaves of the Vines to enhance your own ambition and goals during this month. The month of Vine is also a good time to get balanced, as there are equal hours of darkness and light.

 Vine – The Equalizer

Vine signs are born within the autumnal equinox, which makes your personality changeable and unpredictable. You can be full of contradictions, and are often indecisive. But this is because you can see both sides of the story, and empathize with each equally. It is hard for you to pick sides because you can see the good points on each end. There are, however, areas in your life that you are quite sure about. These include the finer things of life like food, wine, music, and art. You have very distinctive taste, and are a connoisseur of refinement. Luxury agrees with you, and under good conditions you have a Midas touch for turning drab into dramatic beauty. You are charming, elegant, and maintain a level of class that wins you esteem from a large fan base. Indeed, you often find yourself in public places where others can admire your classic style and poise. Vine signs pair well with Willow and Hazel signs.

 

OGHAM SYMBOL:  M- Muin. 

M is Muin, the Vine, that magnificent plant which produces grapes… the source of wine. We all know that once we’re under its influence, wine sometimes makes us say things we otherwise would never consider. In fact, the words of one who has been consuming it are often uninhibited. The Vine is connected to prophecy and truthful speaking — because typically, people who have been partaking of its gifts are incapable of being deceptive and dishonest. Muin is a symbol of inward journeys and life lessons learned.

 

Muin Correspondences:

Mundane Aspects: Take time to think about what you say before you open your mouth, but once you open it to speak, only speak the truth. It is better to be honest than to tell people what they want to hear just to gain popularity. Unwind, if you then sense at a deep level that you must act in a certain way at this moment in order to deal with an issue; let intuition be your guide and do it. Allow your senses to open to speed inner development as you learn to place trust in them when they are acting strongly. Instead of using reason constantly.

 

Magical Aspects: Do rituals related to prophecy and divination. Be sure to record all messages that you receive — they may not make sense right now, but they will later on. When you’re sampling its pleasures, don’t allow Vine to take too much advantage of you or it may color your perceptions of what is Truth.

 

The Vine has been known and grown in the British Isles for a long time. Its distinctive fruit and foliage appear on Bronze Age artifacts. The grapes of the Vine are the supply of wine. The effects of wine are well known. Wine loosens inhibitions and allows one to speak more truthfully than normal. The Vine indicates the release of prophetic powers. Open your inner self so it may harvest and gather all signs and omens that it is capable of understanding. Allow yourself this boon.

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