I thought I was Poplar

My sister forwarded a WhatsApp message about a Tree Astrology saying how close to the truth it was and all that 🙂 and not just for her own date of birth, but for the rest of us too.

According to that, I was born under Poplar Tree  (The Uncertainty) 🙄 Really? Was wondering what other kind of Tree astrology is there and I stumbled upon Celtic Tree astrology. And according to that I am more of a Willow (not the Whomping Willow from Harry Potter y’all) but Willow, the Observer. No more Uncertainty you see. So, as tree astrology goes, I thought I was Poplar yesterday, but looks like I am more Willowy today 😀

Some of the characteristics are true from both, I should agree. But just like every other astrology, I take them with a pinch of salt. It’s fun to read and all, but I will promptly forget about them too. No point remembering these details about my own self.

You like checking these kinds of astrological predictions? What tree represents you?


20 thoughts on “I thought I was Poplar”

        1. I guess that depends on how we read them. For e.g. in case of Poplar, it said , ‘not very confident’, in case of willow it said ‘can be influenced but not easy to live it’, and for lime tree ‘often wailing and complaining’ 😉 The Celtic one had more positives actually.

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  1. “PINE TREE (the Particular) – loves agreeable company, very robust, knows how to make life comfortable, very active, natural, good companion, but seldom friendly, falls easily in love but its passion burns out quickly, gives up easily, everything disappointments until it finds its ideal, trustworthy, practical.”

    Hahahahahaha! Very active! Hahaha! But I will admit to a few things being right and some wrong.

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