There are two types of angels: those with wings and those with leaves. For thousands of years, those seeking guidance or wanting to express gratitude to nature have walked the ancient paths into the sacred grove to connect with the wisdom of trees. Today, venerable old trees in peaceful surroundings are difficult to find when we need them. And it can be difficult for the inexperienced to hear their voices and receive their healing. But the Tree Angels are still there, whispering to those who listen.
In this oracle card and book set, Fred Hageneder shares deep messages and wisdom from the Tree Angels of 36 different tree species, those from the old Celtic “Tree Alphabet” along with other well-known trees from all over the world. Each full-color card, illustrated by artist Anne Heng, features a specific tree and its angel, revealing the trees as unique beings, with their individual energy and radiance. Drawing on botanical and historical sources, in addition to the author’s vast experience with Tree Angels, the guidebook explains how to interpret the message of each Tree Angel card as well as how to use the cards. The trees featured include: Birch, Ash, Walnut, Elder, Holly, Rowan, Hawthorn, Oak, Aspen, Hazel, Juniper, Linden (Lime), Blackthorn, Yew, Field Maple, Elm, Black Poplar, Larch, White Willow, Scots Pine, Apple, Spruce, Ivy, Olive, Almond, Hornbeam, Beech, Cedar of Lebanon, Horse Chestnut, Sycamore, Alder, Pear, Pipal, Ginkgo, Cherry, and Myrrh.
Allowing you to renew your bond with the global tree family and receive answers to questions about our own life, the Tree Angel cards also offer the opportunity to heal the past and reconnect to the wisdom of these ancient, majestic, and gentle beings.
About the Author
Fred Hageneder is a leading expert in ethnobotany, specializing in the cultural and spiritual history of trees. A founding member of the Ancient Yew Group in Britain and a member of SANASI, a scientific group that helps protect indigenous sacred sites, he is also a member of the Ecocentric Alliance. The author of 2 books and a musician who composes music for various tree species, he lives near the Black Mountains in Wales. Anne Heng is a painter and illustrator, who specializes in painting on silk, which enables her to convey the quiet beauty of nature. She lives near the Taunus Mountains in Germany.
Number Of Pages: 144
Published: 1st April 2020
Publisher: Inner Traditions Audio
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 14.3 x 10.7 x 3.0
Weight (kg): 0.36
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: Revised