Meanings of the Symbols Jan 28, 2008 11:01:31 GMT -5
Post by Icarus on Jan 28, 2008 11:01:31 GMT -5
Meanings of the Symbols:
The Fire Runes:
"t" is Tyr and represents the Warrior on the quest for higher truth.
"m" is Mann and represents the full responsibility of one's own power.
"z" is Eohl and respresents the need for barriers to be up to keep the peace.
"h" is Haegl. This rune is known as the rune of disruption. It is a rune of "chaos" and will create drastic changes. Use for only positive change.
"u" is Ur and represents strength of the Warrior.
The Water Runes:
"p" is Peord. This rune represents the ascensions and gateways through which a seeker must pass in order to achieve wisdom and understanding.
"o" is Ethel and represents the knowledge that can only be found by going within.
"l" is Lagu and represents the psychic ability to heal and recive messages and guidance from the spirit world.
"ng" is Inguz and represents the transformation of the self.
"i" is Isa and represents the need for calming the mind and the emotions to understand a situation.
The Earth Runes:
"r" is Rad and represents journeys (whether physical or spiritual).
"f" is Fehu and represents balanced materialistic well being.
"s" is Sigel and is the symbol of sacred power in its most abundant form.
"g" is Gyfu and represents Divine gifts
"j" is Jera and represents the assurance of the gifts of cyclical harvests.
The Air Runes:
"a" is Os and represents Divine messages from the Source of all.
"w" is Wynn and represents joy and self-satisfaction through independent journeys
"k" is Keno and represents new beginnings
"e" is Ehwo and represents positive forward progression
"ae" is Eoh and represents new perspectives, new thoughts, inspiration, new focus on projects and ways of living.
The Spirit Runes:
"g" is Gyfu and represents the acceptance of what the self needs for true empowerment
"ng" is Ing and represents perfection
"d" is Daeg and represents breakthroughs for the self which usually imply greater spiritual awareness
"th" is Thorn is the symbol of the invisible path. It shows us that the path we are to take can only be seen as we walk it. There are no maps or directions to lead us.
"b" is Beorc and represents the totality of sustenance derived from the Source of all. All that is needed is being supplied.