The meaning of SAVILE / SAVILLE

Savile/Saville family crest/coat of arms

(nice owls! & “Be Fast” as their motto… ok!)


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 Savile   Urban Dictionary

(Verb)  To posthumously witch-hunt, defame and destroy the integrity of any famous, popular and well-known celebrity for the mere reason of them having being a sick-minded perverted paedophile who uses a TV show as cover for abusing young children that appear on it.

Could also be used to describe removing any tombstone from a dead person’s grave, and throwing it in a land-fill.

 What does Savile mean?

[ syll. savile, savile ] The baby boy name Savile has its origins in the French language. Savile is a derivative of the name Saville.

The name Saville means ‘willow town’.

 Baby Names

Savile /sav-ile/ as a boys’ name.

The name Savile means “willow man”

Savile is a version of Saville (French)


Willow Man  is a large outdoor sculpture by Serena de la Hey. It is in a field to the West of the M5 motorway, near Bridgwater in Somerset, South West England, near to the Bristol to Exeter railway line and junction 23 of the motorway. It stands 40 feet (12 m), with a 16-foot (5 m) arm span, and is made of black maul willow withies woven over a 3-tonne steel frame. 

Tree Lore: Willow

WillowSaille   Willow is a decidedly aromatic Tree found most often near waterways throughout temperate regions, having quite a history and a long-standing relationship of usefulness – medicinal, magickal


Willow Tree Meanings According to the Celtic Ogham

The Celtic meaning of willow has a long history of symbolism associated with metaphysical and ritual practices.

Specifically, the willow wood has been (and still is) used in ceremonies intended for enhancement of psychic abilities, honoring the moon as well as increase the essence of love in our lives.

Many uses and associations came be traced back to our Celtic ancestors’ observations of the willow tree in their natural environment. Druid priests, dryads (priestesses), bards and ovates all recognized the willow’s affinity to watery domains

Willow tree zodiac

people symbolize the sign of change in Celtic astrology and change will be a common theme most of their lives. They are very creative, intelligent and intuitive people.

In their careers they should seek public positions like a teacher,counselor or public figure. They are often employed in dependable job positions.

Their family is important as they are very family oriented.

Willow Druid sign people will usually marry at a young age and are attracted to partners that are either older or younger than them.

Salix alba       salix alba wiki

Saille Ogham

Tree of Enchantment, Tree of Witcheries

Fifth month of the Celtic Tree calendar,  April 15th – May 12th

Fifth consonant of the Ogham alphabet – Saille  

Medicinal properties

Willow bark contains salicin, or Salicylic acid, used to make aspirin. Infusions from the bark have long been used as a remedy for cholls, rheumatism, and fevers.  Willow sap applied to the skin can remedy acne, and a strong decoction of boiling the bark and leaves in water can be rubbed into the scalp for dandruff.

Magickal properties

New Moon magick, creativity, fertility, female rights of passage, inspiration, emotion, binding. Love, Love divination, protection, healing. Also known as the tree of immortality because of its ability to re grow from a fallen branch in moist ground.

A wand made from Willow wood has many uses:  sleep with it and have more vivid dreams, use it to draw down the moon,  protection for underworld journeying. Magickal Brooms, witch’s brooms are traditionally bound with a willow’s branch.

 Willow wikipedia

Also called sallows, and osiers, form the genus Salix, around 400 species[2] of deciduous trees and shrubs, found primarily on moist soils in cold and temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Most species are known as willow, but some narrow-leaved shrub species are called osier, and some broader-leaved species are referred to as sallow (from Old English sealh, related to the Latin word salix, willow). Some willows (particularly arctic and alpine species) are low-growing or creeping shrubs; for example, the dwarf willow (Salix herbacea) rarely exceeds 6 cm (2.4 in) in height, though it spreads widely across the ground

Salix babylonica   (Babylon willow or weeping willow)

Grand Duke George Alexandrovich of Russia was nicknamed Weeping Willow (1871–1899)

salix alba wiki

First attested in 1821; from the Occitan alba, ultimately from the Latin albus ‎(white); compare the Spanish alba ‎(dawn)

In Gaelic,  Alba means SCOTLAND

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Harry Potter’s Willow Wand





Collins Dictionary

willow wand  (ˈwɪləʊ wɒnd) 

Definition. noun

  1. a slender stick or rod made of willow used especially in magic or divination   ⇒ The willow wand is used in magic.,   ⇒ She even employed a diviner to use his willow wand to trace the foundations of the original walls.

Willow Tree Programming

Abridged from “Project Monarch” : Nazi Mind Control, Ron Patton

The intrinsic imagery of the tree’s branches, leaves and root systems are very significant, as some of the dark spiritual proper ties associated with the Willow Tree Programming are:

(1)   The branches are used to whip victims in rituals for “cleansing” purposes

(2)   A willow tree can endure severe weather disturbances (i.e. storms) and is known for it’s pliability or flexibility. Victims/Survivors of the programming describe the willow’s branches wrapping around them, with no hope of escape

(3)   The deep root system of the willow tree makes the victim/survivor feel as if they are falling deeper and deeper into an abyss while in a hypnotic trance. [12]

Other Savile/Saville

  • SAVILLE, a Type 1 encryption algorithm
  • Saville Report on the Bloody Sunday shootings (Northern Ireland, 1972)



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