The Beginner’s Guide to Runes: Divination and Magic with the Elder Futhark Runes
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Learn about the meaning and power of runes:
Thurisaz is Thor’s Rune. This is the Rune of the disruptor and the protector. This represents a disruption in the status quo, that which you need to be protective against. Conversely, it is also the Rune that helps you to protect. It is the thorn with which you stab and protect yourself, but it is also the thorn that stabs you.
Hagalaz literally translates to “hail.” In the eyes of the Norse, and especially those who relied upon crops for sustenance and survival, there may have been no worse adversary than hail. Hagalaz portends delays and disruptions and should ready you for a potentially difficult time ahead. You are, or will be soon, suffering under a force of nature of which you have no control.
Mannaz is the Rune of man, of humanity, of mankind. Named after Mannaz, the “father of the Teutonic peoples,” this Rune is sometimes connected with Heimdall, a member of the Aesir and foremost guardian of Asgard, also known as the “Father of Men.” This is the Rune of the self, yet also the Rune of all humankind, and how our relationship with ourselves is reflected in relationships with others
Publisher : Rockridge Press (April 28, 2020)
Language : English
Paperback : 172 pages
ISBN-10 : 1647399165
ISBN-13 : 978-1647399160
Item Weight : 12 ounces
Dimensions : 5.9 x 0.6 x 8.9 inches