May Birthstone: Emerald

Emeralds have a powerful effect on human beings. According the myth and lore, emeralds bring vitality, fertility and clarity of vision into matters of love and business. A theme that comes up with emerald ties directly to its color. Egyptians called emeralds the “lover’s stone”. Emeralds are connected to the planet Venus. Egyptians believed they turned deeper and richer when love was strong, and waned with the fall of romance.
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Hawthorn: May- June Tree

Hawthorn is the Celtic Zodiac Tree for May 13 - June 9. Hawthorn—or huath as it was called in old Irish, is augmented by the time of year, the increase of light toward solstice. The roots are strong and gnarled. Its wood hard and powerful. The flowers--full of beauty and mystery—a symbol of life and death. Overall, the Hawthorn's intimacy and support of its surrounding natural community can help ease our weaving together the infinite patterns which guide our lives.
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Celtic Wedding Protection Prayer: The Caim

The Caim is a prayer done in a sacred circle at the altar, made with the intention of protecting the bride and groom at the time of marriage. Caims have a specific rhyme and meter that tends to act almost mystically, focusing one’s intent, making sacred space that much more sacred. The circle, which represent wholeness, community and connection to the greater cosmos, was drawn by sword or lance around the couple.
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