Metaphysical Properties Of Red Oak
Deity: Zeus, Thor, Hecate, Pan, Rhea
Element: Fire & Water
Metaphysical Powers: Power, Survival, Ancient Wisdom, Authority, Leadership, Wise Rulership, Métier, Resolute Will, Safety, Generosity, Universal Law, Dignity, Truthfulness, Courage, Steadiness.
Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Red Oak
- Red Oak does not take well to iron, so this makes it a very happy fairy tree.
- Planting an acorn on the night of the new moon will ensure that abundance will grow in your life.
- Keeping an acorn on your person brings fertility. This doesn’t necessarily mean physical fertility but can also bring you fertility of ideas, creativity, or abundance.
- Wearing an oak leaf close to your heart will ensure that that you will not mislead you.
Light Workers of all ages have long held that the Oak Spirit guides the pathway between the worlds – the Earth Plane, the Devas, and the Divine. It may also act as a portal for Aliens, Ancient Spirits, the Ancestors, and the Akashic records.
The magical Oak appears in many ancient spells, charms, and amulet instructions. Carrying an acorn acts as a talisman against illness and an amulet that keeps the bearer young and fertile. Oakwood itself brings good luck so long as you ask the Tree Spirit’s permission beforehand.
The scent of Oak provides grounding and stabilizing energy, mainly when mixed with Cedar and Patchouli.