|The only non-botanical member of the (five most important) Forfeda, this few is sometimes carved on Driftwood. The Sea has long been associated with ‘hidden depths’, the subconscious, our moods and intuition, it can also remind us not only to ‘go with the flow’ in life but to ‘navigate to safe harbour’ if we find ourselves being overwhelmed by emotion. Mor was sacred to the ancient God Manannan, son of Lir, or ‘Lear’ meaning ‘Sea’.
All photos, unless otherwise tagged, were taken by myself in Caithness (Scotland) and Jersey (Channel Islands). I am happy for others to use them but would appreciate it very much if they were credited with or linked back to Divine Ogham
Ogham alphabet graphics courtesy of Julio Reis