Tuesday, 21 October 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Thurisaz/Thorn/Thurs/Duir




Elder futharc-Thurisaz
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Thorn
Younger futharc-Thurs
Armanen futhorc-Thorn

Ogham-Duir

Phoenetic value-th

Exoteric interpretation of name-Will to act, setting of goals, the power to become.
Esoteric interpretation of name-The hammer of Thorr, Asa-Thorr the enemy of chaotic forces, return, new emergence from that which is old and used up, formative powers of the seed.
Galdr[Edred Thorsson]
thurisaz thurisaz thurisaz
th th th th th th th th th th
thur thar thir ther thor
thu tha thi the tho
th th th th th th th th th th

[L.E. Camp]
tttttttttt
ta te ti to tu
dddddddddd
da de di do du
thor thorr thorn thurs thuris thyth
Tat

Tree-oak
Herb-houseleek
Gods-Thor
Tarot-Emperor
Colour-bright red
male polarity
Healing rune for stabalisation of the health aura[Spiesberger]

Runic body posture: stand upright, feet together, left arm angled, left hand on the hip and palm touches hipbone.
Wotan`s Rune Poem:
A third I take, when danger threatens,
To bind the enemies through magic:
Thus I dull the steel of the furious opponent.
Like the staff, his sword does not cut anymore.
Old English Rune Poem:
Thorn is painfully sharp to any warrior/seizing it
is bad, excessively severe/for any person
who lays among them.
Norwegian Rune Poem:
[Giant] causes women`s sickness;
few are glad
at bad luck.
Icelandic Rune Poem:
[Giant] is women`s sickness
and a dweller on cliffs
and husband of [the giantess]
Vardrun.

Guido von List: "Preserve your Ego!"

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