Saturday, July 19, 2008

What Tree Did You Fall From?

Photo above taken by myself locally and yes at an angle. Falling trees?

Now let us see what tree you fell from?

 

 

What Tree Did You Fall From?



 

Find your birthday and then find your tree. This is really cool and somewhat accurate, so they say. 

Dec 23 to Jan 01 Apple Tree
Jan 01 to Jan 11 Fir Tree
Jan 12 to Jan 24 Elm Tree
Jan 25 to Feb 03 Cypress Tree
Feb 04 to Feb 08 Poplar Tree
Feb 09 to Feb 18 Cedar Tree
Feb 19 to Feb 28 Pine Tree
Mar 01 to Mar 10 Weeping Willow Tree
Mar 11 to Mar 20 Lime Tree
Mar 21 (only) Oak Tree
Mar 22 to Mar 31 Hazelnut Tree
Apr 01 to Apr 10 Rowan Tree
Apr 11 to Apr 20 Maple Tree
Apr 21 to Apr 30 Walnut Tree
May 01 to May 14 Poplar Tree
May 15 to May 24 Chestnut Tree
May 25 to Jun 03 Ash Tree
Jun 04 to Jun 13 Hornbeam Tree
Jun 14 to Jun 23 Fig Tree
Jun 24 (only) Birch Tree
Jun 25 to Jul 04 Apple Tree
Jul 05 to Jul 14 Fir Tree
Jul 15 to Jul 25 Elm Tree
Jul 26 to Aug 04 Cypress Tree
Aug 05 to Aug 13 Poplar Tree
Aug 14 to Aug 23 Cedar Tree
Aug 24 to Sep 02 Pine Tree
Sep 03 to Sep 12 Weeping Willow Tree
Sep 13 to Sep 22 Lime Tree
Sep 23 (only) Olive Tree
Sep 24 to Oct 03 Hazelnut Tree
Oct 04 to Oct 13 Rowan Tree
Oct 14 to Oct 23 Maple Tree
Oct 24 to Nov 11 Walnut Tree
Nov 12 to Nov 21 Chestnut Tree
Nov 22 to Dec 01 Ash Tree
Dec 02 to Dec 11 Hornbeam Tree
Dec 12 to Dec 21 Fig Tree
Dec 22 (only) Beech Tree

YOUR TREE (in alphabetical order)

Apple Tree (Love) -- quiet and shy at times, lots of charm, appeal, and attraction, pleasant attitude, flirtatious smile, adventurous, sensitive, loyal in love, wants to love and be loved, faithful and tender partner, very generous, many talents, loves children, needs affectionate partner.

Ash Tree (Ambition) -- extremely attractive, vivacious, impulsive, demanding, does not care for criticism, ambitious, intelligent, talented, likes to play with fate, can be very egotistic, reliable, restless lover, sometimes money rules over the heart, demands attention, needs love and much emotional support.

Beech Tree (Creative) -- has good taste, concerned about its looks, materialistic, good organization of life and career, economical, good leader, takes no unnecessary risks, reasonable, splendid lifetime companion, keen on keeping fit (diets, sports, etc.).

Birch Tree (Inspiration) -- vivacious, attractive, elegant, friendly, unpretentious, modest, does not like anything in excess, abhors the vulgar, loves life in nature and in calm, not very passionate, full of imagination, little ambition, creates a calm and content atmosphere.

Cedar Tree (Confidence) -- of rare strength, knows how to adapt, likes unexpected presents, of good health, not in the least shy, tends to look down on others, self-confident, a great speaker, determined, often impatient, likes to impress others, has many talents, industrious, healthy optimism, waits for the one true love, able to make quick decisions.

Chestnut Tree (Honesty) -- of unusual stature, impressive, well-developed sense of justice, fun to be around, a planner, born diplomat, can be irritated easily, sensitive of others feelings, hard worker, sometimes acts superior, feels not understood at times, fiercely family oriented, very loyal in love, physically fit.

Cypress Tree (Faithfulness) -- strong, muscular, adaptable, takes what life has to give but doesn't necessarily like it, strives to be content, optimistic, wants to be financially independent, wants love and affection, hates loneliness, passionate lover which cannot be satisfied, faithful, quick-tempered at times, can be unruly and careless, loves to gain knowledge, needs to be needed.

Elm Tree (Noble-mindedness) -- pleasant shape, tasteful clothes, modest demands, tends not to forgive mistakes, cheerful, likes to lead but not to obey, honest and faithful partner, likes making decisions for others, noble-minded, generous, good sense of humor, practical.

Fig Tree (Sensibility) -- very strong minded, a bit self-willed, honest, loyal, independent, hates contradiction or arguments, hard worker when wants to be, loves life and friends, enjoys children and animals, few sexual relationships, great sense of humor, has artistic talent and great intelligence.

Fir Tree (Mysterious) -- extraordinary taste, handles stress well, loves anything beautiful, stubborn, tends to care for those close to them, hard to trust others, yet a social butterfly, likes idleness and laziness after long demanding hours at work, rather modest, talented, unselfish, many friends, very reliable.

Hazelnut Tree (Extraordinary) -- charming, sense of humor, very demanding but can also be very understanding, knows how to make a lasting impression, active fighter for social causes and politics, popular, quite moody, sexually oriented, honest, a perfectionist, has a precise sense of judgment and expects complete fairness.

Hornbeam Tree (Good Taste) -- of cool beauty, cares for its looks and condition, good taste, is not egoistic, makes life as comfortable as possible, leads a reasonable and disciplined life, looks for kindness and acknowledgment in an emotional partner, dreams of unusual lovers, is seldom happy with its feelings, mistrusts most people, is never sure of its decisions, very conscientious.

Lime Tree (Doubt) - intelligent, hard working, accepts what life dishes out, but not before trying to change bad circumstances into good ones, hates fighting and stress, enjoys getaway vacations, may appear tough, but is actually soft and relenting, always willing to make sacrifices for family and friends, has many talents but not always enough time to use them, can become a complainer, great leadership qualities, is jealous at times but extremely loyal.

Maple Tree (Independence of Mind) -- no ordinary person, full of imagination and originality, shy and reserved, ambitious, proud, self-confident, hungers for new experiences, sometimes nervous, has many complexities, good memory, learns easily, complicated love life, wants to impress.

Oak Tree (Brave) -- robust nature, courageous, strong, unrelenting, independent, sensible, does not like change, keeps its feet on the ground, person of action.

Olive Tree (Wisdom) -- loves sun, warmth and kind feelings, reasonable, balanced, avoids aggression and violence, tolerant, cheerful, calm, well-developed sense of justice, sensitive, empathetic, free of jealousy, loves to read and the company of sophisticated people.

Pine Tree (Peacemaker) -- loves agreeable company, craves peace and harmony, loves to help others, active imagination, likes to write poetry, not fashion conscious, great compassion, friendly to all, falls strongly in love but will leave if betrayed or lied to, emotionally soft, low self esteem, needs affection and reassurance.

Poplar Tree (Uncertainty) -- looks very decorative, talented, not very self-confident, extremely courageous if necessary, needs goodwill and pleasant surroundings, very choosy, often lonely, great animosity, great artistic nature, good organizer, tends to lean toward philosophy, reliable in any situation, takes partnership seriously.

Rowan Tree (Sensitivity) -- full of charm, cheerful, gifted without egoism, likes to draw attention, loves life, motion, unrest, and even complications, is both dependent and independent, good taste, artistic, passionate, emotional, good company, does not forgive.

Walnut Tree (Passion) -- unrelenting, strange and full of contrasts, often egotistic, aggressive, noble, broad horizon, unexpected reactions, spontaneous, unlimited ambition, no flexibility, difficult and uncommon partner, not always liked but often admired, ingenious strategist, very jealous and passionate, no compromise.

Weeping Willow (Melancholy) - likes to be stress free, loves family life, full of hopes and dreams, attractive, very empathetic, loves anything beautiful, musically inclined, loves to travel to exotic places, restless, capricious, honest, can be influenced but is not easy to live with when pressured, sometimes demanding, good intuition, suffers in love until they find that one loyal, steadfast partner; loves to make others laugh.


The photo is one of my own and the content is shared from an email sent to me recently.

I hope that you enjoy this post and tell me if it does ring true for you?

51 comments:

  1. as we clicked FIG TREE came to mind - and it was!
    no matter how many times we notice machinations
    of synchronicity still the delight ( tinged with awe )



    synchronicity
    at the end
    of every nose

    (and tip of every tongue -
    we feel compelled to mutter)



    o u t s t a n d i n g

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  2. PS
    quite an interesting post Milli - do you have the link?

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  3. PPS
    nothing exiats in a vacuum.. here is a link to wet the appetite vis-à-vis
    ADVANCED TREE HUGGIN' FOR BEGINNERS :))



    http://paganwiccan.about.com/od/moonphasemagic/tp/Celtic_Tree_Months.htm

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  4. PPPS
    but what actually is SYCHRONICITY?



    this is an open question - perhaps some of the readers of this post can chip in some opinion..

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  5. Rowan tree--I don't think we have those here--maybe I'm a magnolia tree, lol!

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  6. I'd love bein a sweet fruited mango tree, but alas...I'm just a sooky old willow tree............

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  7. sweet mango is so basically nice!

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  8. Rowan tree wow Joy you are close there with Magnolia. This is a truly gorgeous tree.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rowan

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  9. a miss is as good as a smile :)

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  10. A fig tree suits you PLA. Synchronicity it was. Have to agree we are what we think and something always pops up to prove it..LOL....unless we delve a little deeper as you always do. The link can be found from a google search but I received an email about this. Nice bunch of comments flying around in here BTW. Oh one more thing PLA When do you go for the ploughman's in the UL again?

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  11. Peter you do not need to be a mango tree because what i read here about you seems to sit very well with your personality as much as I know.
    Tell you what though you can eat as many mangoes as you like and eventually you will look like one..Good idea?

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  12. It is an Ultra light....you do have one right?

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  13. you look like what you eat!? in that case i am a boiled egg :))

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  14. LOL @ a boiled egg was that 3mins or a little on the softer side?

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  15. we boil them by intuition - perfect results every time by SYNCHRONICITY

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  16. Ah yes we call them Ultra lights here however your version might be smaller. The image looks like the ones i have seen though.

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  17. mine is pocket-size when packed

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  18. (apart from the mower motor that is)

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  19. Got you now and here is an Aussie site..over to you...http://www.airborne.com.au/

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  20. thx for link (although we prefer our own origami influenced designs)

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  21. Here you go here is a copy and paste and you can see how the confusion started.
    Airborne specialise in the design and manufacture of ultralights (also called, microlights, trikes ultralight trikes and flexwing microlights), sport planes and hang gliders, for the serious adventure aviation enthusiast. Airborne microlights are flown by general aviation and commercial pilots throughtout the world.

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  22. Hazelnut Tree (Extraordinary) -- charming, sense of humor, very demanding but can also be very understanding, knows how to make a lasting impression, active fighter for social causes and politics, popular, quite moody, sexually oriented, honest, a perfectionist, has a precise sense of judgment and expects complete fairness.

    This is me.

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  23. hazlenuts are yummy - in UK we have a spread called NUTELLA (spread it on frosen icecream for a taste of heaven on earth!)

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  24. Oooooh, we call a similar tree "mountain ash", though it isn't really an ash tree. I've seen some of those in the Ouachita Mountains. Thanks for the link!

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  25. Ronnie actually the friend that sent me the email to me said that it was extremely accurate for her too and also for her friends. BTW mine is an ASH. Maybe it also is somewhat accurate. LOL

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  26. Pla we also have nutella here and I try to void it because it isss!!! delicious stuff.

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  27. I am glad you returned Joy and did you think yours was at all accurate?

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  28. Fir Tree (Mysterious) -- extraordinary taste, handles stress well, loves anything beautiful, stubborn, tends to care for those close to them, hard to trust others, yet a social butterfly, likes idleness and laziness after long demanding hours at work, rather modest, talented, unselfish, many friends, very reliable.

    Well I guess most of this is true though no I DO NOT handle stress well at all.

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  29. Narice thanks for dropping in and WHO DOES HANDLE STRESS WELL maybe a saint?
    I think a fir tree is rather a cool one to be. Especially in winter all covered in snow and pretty lights maybe? A beautiful Fir Tree.

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  30. Hmm I am a Hornbeam Tree.. oh lol.. I have to find out how the tree looks, if its tall, strong and dark and handsome;) (Yep, concerned with looks arent I?)

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  31. Celtic magicians would talk with Hawthorn for wisdom - try it (it actually works)

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  32. Well, I suppose it was pretty accurate, lol! Fun!

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  33. yair well, I sure got the SHAPE right........just working on the colour...
    ROTF LMAO L........................

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  34. one of the things Milli we notice on ALL threads across this virtual electron world is that few posters bother to read any thread as an entity - they are sooo caught up in their own little trips sadly (and many of these lost and lonely pilgrims wonder why they are so unhappy) ..just a thought?

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  35. now THATS my kinda tree.......lmao...
    hornbeam....lol
    love it.....................

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  36. oh yeah - we get it! HORNYbeam right.. haha

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  37. I can see this fitting me. As a hazelnut tree dropee I tend to be most of what it says. In fact I just got home from working an all day volunteer event for homeless and low-income people. And my husband can definately vouch for me on the moody line

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  38. Rashmi this is You!!!!!? LOL
    DESCRIPTION: The Hornbeam is a small tree whose smooth, fluted, dark gray trunk has a distinctly muscular appearance--a deeply ridged and sinewy look. The Hornbeam reaches a height of 30 feet with a trunk measuring l foot in diameter.


    I like your tree and you can go here to see it....http://www.nysite.com/nature/flora/muscle.htm

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  39. Pla would you like to elaborate more on this statement please?

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  40. Ifiik I think you are such a character with... a one track mind........gonner have to get you a goffa...

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  41. How interesting Kristy and so far it is amazingly accurate it seems this little exercise. Thanks for dropping by and participating and i looked up a link about your tree and its quite interesting. If you get time have a look. Working as hard as you do would make anyone moody BTW.
    http://www.ethicalsuperstore.com/products/tree2mydoor/hazel-tree-(corylus-avellana)/

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  42. Whoa! That's amazing! It pretty much describes me. Let's see... I'm 5'11, so that's "stature" I guess. I suppose all of it is incredibly correct except that I'm no longer "physically fit". LOL!!!

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  43. I am sure that you have been quite fit though Marcia. What a lovely height you have there. A maple tree is a wonderful tree and I guess i don't need to give you a link you to see one because most people know how great they are. PASS THE MAPLE SYRUP PLEASE?

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  44. We have two of them on our property. They are simply gorgeous!

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  45. LOL Milli, I love the description of the tree :P(yes, still going for the looks). The definition holds true about indecision, most times I do question the decisions and choices I make, it drives me nuts to decide on what to eat when I get to a buffet :P(giggling)

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  46. Wow Marcia how much synchronicity is in that. Not only do you know them well you have two growing. awesome.

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  47. LOL Rashmi you sound like the girl in the lolly store.....A small sample of a few might do the trick. LOL
    Funny how this little quiz has seen so much resemblance to our selves.
    Thanks to everyone who came by and had a go here. For anyone else who stumbles in please have a hunt for your tree too.

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