Reviewed by Celtic Scholar
Synopsis: With two decades of experience with the ogam and more than 30 years of working with divination, the author offers insights into the many profound meanings hidden in the ogam letters and their lore. She explains each letter in context and shows how to expand the system in new and innovative ways.
Review: I’m always weary when I look at books about Ogam. For the longest time I’ve put off reading anything on them because of all the “Tree Ogam” books out there. I’m one of these people who prefer history to mix with practice even if this practice is divination, which is by nature subject to the interpretation of the reader/diviner. I found what I was looking for in this book.