Friday, 24 October 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Kenaz/Ken/Kaun/Ka



















Elder futharc-Kenaz
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Ken
Younger futharc-Kaun
Armanen futhorc-Ka

Ogham-Coll

Phoenetic value-c

Exoteric interpretation of the name-Art, the torch, creativity, procreation, capability, that which is established.
Esoteric interpretation of the name-Female principle, the mystery of regeneration, sacrifice, the hearth, fire controlled by man as an act of will with an object in mind, the concept of kin and clanic traditions, unity of the living with the ancestral dead.

Galdr[Edred Thorsson]
kenaz kenaz kenaz
ku ka ki ke ko
kun kan kin ken kon
ok ek ik ak uk
kaunnnnnnnnnn

[L.E. Camp]
kkkkkkk
ka ke ki ko ku
kien kun kaun kona kuna

Tree-pine
Herbs-cowslip
Gods-Frejya
Tarot-chariot
Colour-light red
Female polarity
Healing rune for illnesses connected to the digestive organs used in conjunction with the Is rune and for use in avoiding disease.[Spiesberger]

Runic body posture: Stand upright, point both arms upward, palms and fingers downward and hands touch each other.

Wotan`s Rune Poem:
A sixth is mine, if a man wounds me
With the root of a trunk almost fresh;
Then I am unscathed, the man himself is consumed
By the evil which he threatened me with.
Old English RunePoem:
Torch is known to each living being by fire
radiant and bright, it usually burns
where nobles rest indoors.
Norwegian Rune Poem:
[Ulcer] is the bane
of children; death makes
a corpse livid.
Icelandic Rune Poem:
[Ulcer] is bane of children
and a sore spot
and a place of putrefacation.


Guido von List: "Your blood, your highest possession."

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