Monday, 17 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Yr/Ur







Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Yr
Armanen futhorc-Yr
Ogham-Ur

Phoenetic value-u

Exoteric interpretation of the name-Gold decoration, the yew bow.
Esoteric interpretation-Primal being, a rune of protection[at the expense of others]. The third rune of the fourth Anglo-Saxon aett.
Male and female polarity.
Galdr[L.E.Camp]
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W-ybe Eibe

Tree-yew
Herbs-bryony/mandrake
Gods-Odin/Frigg/Vidar
Colour-gold
Runic body posture-Arms point to the side and downward. Upper arms on body, lower arms to point to the side and downwards.
Wotan`s Rune Poem:
A sixteenth I speak if a maid is reluctant,
To wake her lust and desire;
I change the heart of the delightful woman,
Then to me her wishes turn.

Anglo-Saxon Rune Poem:
Yew bow for every noble and warrior is/a joy
and adornment, is fair on a steed/a trusty piece
of wargear on a journey.
Guido von List: "Think about the end!"

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