Celtic Holly Tree Zodiac Sign

Celtic Holly Tree Zodiac Sign

INDORAMAL.COM/EN - The holly tree is a flowering evergreen that produces a red berry that is toxic to humans. Birds love the berries, while deer and sheep enjoy the leaves. The first Christmas tree was a holly.

Before Holly ever became associated with Christmas, it was used by Celts in their religious practices and customs. Holly was placed around doors and windows to keep out evil spirits and to ward off lightning. Leaves and branches were brought into the house during the winter to help keep the faeries that were believed to live in them warm. Wood from the holly tree was used to make weapons.

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Today, holly wood is used to make teapot handles and walking-sticks.

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Characteristics of the Celtic Holly Zodiac Sign: If the Holly Tree is your Celtic zodiac sign, you are cautious and think things through before acting. When you set your mind to something, you complete it despite the odds. You are very logical and practical. You are a natural leader and have a very strong sense of self.

New Moon Holly: If you were born during the first two weeks of the Celtic Holly Zodiac Sign, you are a New Moon Holly. You enjoy helping people reach their goals, whether it's by lending a helping hand, a shoulder to cry on, or financial assistance. It's easy for you to get in arguments with your family. You're such a caring person that others don't always see you only want to help. Whatever your profession, you might find yourself to be an overnight success.

Full Moon Holly: If you were born during the last two weeks of the Celtic Holly Zodiac Sign, you are a Full Moon Holly. You enjoy history and tradition. You are very affectionate and popular with others, but you can have trouble handling criticism. You enjoy entertaining and have a lot of luck in your life. You have a great mind for business and can find yourself surrounded by a lot of material wealth.

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