Anointing, Protecting, and Nourishing with the Sacred Tamarisk Tree of the Middle East

Throughout the centuries, the Tamarisk tree has become known as a tree for pilgrims to provide them shelter, shade, and safety. It is a guiding light and beacon of hope for all weary travelers.

In Egyptian occult studies, it is said that the Egyptian God, Wepwawet, called the son of Isis, who’s name translates to mean “the opener of the ways (the roads), is thought of as the messenger and champion of royalty. Wepwawet is associated with the canine and is paired to the Tamarisk tree as part of his symbols of royalty.

Circle of Protection

If you have felt vulnerable to dark thoughts, negativity being projected onto you by
others, or just felt blah, doing a circle of protection can really help you shed those dark
clouds which can offer you clarity going forward. Think of a rainstorm that happens in
the forest. From afar, fog can build up which limits the view. The rain is dreary, cold, and
unsettling. Doing a circle of protection acts as rays of sunlight to cut through the fog and
lift the density which provides a clear view for a longer distance.