Monday, 27 October 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Hagalaz/Haegl/Hagal/Huath

Elder futharc-Hagalaz
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Haegl
Armanen futhorc-Hagal


Phoenetic value-h

Exoteric interpretation of name-That which cares and protects, maintains and preserves, harmony, wisdom, salvation, blessing.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Eternal change, caring and maintaining principle in the universe, the Higher Self, God in us, the cosmic ice `egg`, crystalized magical power and cosmic pattern.
All runic forms may be derived from the `snowflake` form of the rune and is the 9th rune in the Elder futharc and Anglo-Saxon futhorc and thus should be regarded as the `rune mother`.

Galdr[Edred Thorsson]
hagalaz hagalaz hagalaz
hu ha hi he ho
hug hag hig heg hog
[hul hal hil hel hol]
oh eh ih ah uh

[L.E. Camp]
ha ha ha ha
ha he hi ho hu
hag haal halga

Tree-yew or ash
Herbs-lilly of the valley
Healing rune for kidney illnesses, illnesses of the loins-if used in conjunction with the Cross position.[Kummer]

Runic body posture: Stand upright with arms crossed in front of chest and allow palms to touch the chest.

Wotan`s Rune Poem:
I know a seventh one if I see towering flames
in the hall about my companions
it can`t burn so wildly that I can`t counteract it
I know the spells to chant.
Old English Rune Poem:
Hail is hard on the heart, yet for men`s sons
it often becomes/a help and healing
if they heed it before.
Norwegian Rune Poem:
[Hail] is coldest of corns;
Christ shaped
the original heavens.
Icelandic Rune Poem:
[Hail] is cold corn
and driving sleet
and snake`s sickness.

Guido von List: "Harbour the All in yourself, and you will control the All!"

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