Rowan trees are said to protect against bad spirits. It was used in butter churns so that the butter would not be overlooked by Faeries. Bewitched horses may be controlled by a rowan whip. Druids used rowan wood for fires with which they called up spirits whom could be forced to answer questions when rowan berries were spread over the flayed hides of bulls.
The Rowan Fairy is strong and protective, yet feminine and very magical. Norse myth tells that the first woman was formed from a rowan, while the ash formed the first man.... It is really cool to see all of the meaning behind me name! The Rowan tree meant so much in the celtic culture, so I only hope that I can represent that. I hope that, like the Rowan Tree, I can help guide and protect people