Beech Tree Royalty
The spirit of the beech tree has always been strength and grace. Metaphysically, the beech has always been a sign new expression. No wonder it is known as the tree for writers, for the beech has the ability to awaken and to teach the mundane and magical skills of written communication.
The beech tree has been considered a Holy Tree for millennia. Nearly all cultures have stories of how prayers said underneath the beech tree would go directly to Heaven with the beech trees assistance.
The beech is also a tree of lost wisdom, meaning you can use the beech to help you discover old knowledge.
According to the Druidic Order of Bards:
“Beech groves have been found in and near important places of power; Avebury and Cerne Abbas to name two. They maybe have been used for food as much as their majestic presence. They have been said to have inspired the building of Cathedrals; the high vaulting arches mimic the high arching branches of the Beech Grove. Beech is thought of as The Mother of the Woods. Beech is also known as the Beech Queen who’s consort is the Oak King.
Beech is known for her generosity of spirit, she gives both protection and nourishment, as she fans her branches out into a broad canopy that is useful for shelter and her beech nuts used to be a valuable food source. “
This original photographic art piece by nature spirit photographer Atala Toy is pigment on paper – available as a 5×7 card with envelope, a signed 11×14 matted photograph and a signed 21×27 framed photograph.