Celtic Meaning Astrology

Celtic meaning astrology

Celtic Meaning Astrology: Druid Zodiac Meanings

Links to Celtic Astrology and Celtic Meanings of the Druid Zodiac

When we contemplate the Celtic meaning of astrology, it’s first helpful to recognize the Celts came up with a system of astrological classification long before the Roman calendar was formulated, and long before the inception of classic Greco-Roman astrology.

The Celts were extremely nature-savvy, and had a keen sense of connection to their natural environment.

Much like the Native American’s, they based most of their thoughts, words, actions and beliefs upon a foundation of Natural Laws.

Consequently, the Celts devised multiple elegant systems of organic classification. A little study into the Celtic way of living reveals a special genius when it comes to observing the motions of the Earth and its connection to her inhabitants as well as her place in the cosmos.

These elegant systems of organic classification I speak of are systems of correspondences. For example, Celtic Tree Astrology is based upon the attributes of local plant life, their seasons of peak performance, and their correspondenceswith human energy.

And so, Celtic meaning behind personality types is born from an understanding of the interconnected nature of all things. A person born under the dominance of a certain season, animal, or vegetation indicates a partnership between that person and his/her phase of entrance into this natural world.

“In all chaos, there is a cosmos.

In all disorder, there is a secret order.”

~Carl Jung

Once we realize we cannot behold a human without also acknowledging his/her relationship to the Earth and the Cosmos (and that relationship is dictated by birth time/place as well as energetic blood lineages), we begin to see just how deep the Celtic mind delves into the nature of existence.

When contemplating the Celtic meaning of astrology, keep your attention focused on the idea of interconnectivity between man and nature. Consider that neither are separate from the other. Rather, man and nature are a quite nuclear, in that both form a core nucleus of energy that is made unfathomably powerful by the nature of their inseparable connection.

Below is a list of Celtic correspondences that may constitute their special brand of astrology.

Check back often, as more correspondences will be added as time permits:

 

Links to Celtic Meanings of Astrology on Whats-Your-Sign

Celtic Animal Astrology Sign Meanings

This page on Celtic animal signs is an extension of the Celtic tree astrology section. I’ve selected each Celtic sign according to their prominence and affiliation with the full moon within each segment of the Celtic (lunar) year. Learn more about Celtic animal astrology sign meanings here.

Celtic Tree Astrology Signs and Meanings

Celtic tree astrology is based on the ancient idea that the time of our births is pivotal to the formation of our personality and behavior. The spiritually savvy Celts, particularly the druids were expert observers. Over time, they recognized that a child born within a certain season would develop certain qualities.  Learn more about Celtic Tree Astrology and Meanings here.

Celtic Astrology – Druid Moon Signs and Meanings

The Celtic Ogham is a complex language of trees. The Druids were super-sensitive of trees and their relationship with the moon. Over time, Druid signs were created according to the tree and full moon within a month. Learn more about your Celtic Druid moon signs here.

Thank you for browsing through these pages on symbolic Celtic meaning related to astrology. Be sure to check out the links below for more symbolic meanings and Celtic cultural symbolism.

An Important Note About Signs, Symbols and Their Meanings

Signs and symbols cultivate their meanings according to culture, context, passage of time, and mass societal opinion. What’s cool and highly important is that signs and symbols earn their most powerful meanings from our own personal perspectives.

This website strives to provide you with the best, time-honored information when defining signs and symbols. However, in the final analysis, “Beauty (and symbolism) is in the eye of the beholder.”

Having said that, it’s in our best interest to invest the time to do personal research on symbolic events happening to us. This website is just one perspective in an ocean of variety and diversity in the realm of symbolism. So dive in! There is a whole universe of deeper meanings to explore! You can start your research by clicking on the links at the end or to the side of this page. Odds are good I’ve got a follow-up article about this symbolic topic. ?

As always, thanks for your willingness to learn more about the language of symbolism. It’s a language that is universal and everywhere. It’s super-groovy to travel with you on your symbolic path, and maybe offer a little translation along the way. Thanks for reading and exploring!