Thursday, 6 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Tiwaz/Tir/Tyr/Ty/Tinne

Elder futharc-Tiwaz
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Tir
Younger futharc-Tyr/Ty
Armanen futhorc-Tyr


Phoenetic value-t

Exoteric interpretation of name-Beginning, creation, excitation, power, success, wisdom, duties fulfilled, art of concealment, hiding, justice, world order, victory according to law, self-sacrifice, spiritual discipline.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Re-birth in the light, life of the soul, the embodiment of the force ruled by the god Asa-Tyr who is the god of justice and law, war, the rune of kings and great leaders.
Tiwaz or Tyr is cognate with the Sanskrit Dayus[Greek Zeus, Roman Jupiter], divine order in the multiverse.
The shape of the rune is suggestive of the Irminsul of the Saxons and the spearpoint.

Galdr[Edred Thorsson]
tiwaz tiwaz tiwaz
tu ta ti te to
tur tar tir ter tor
ot et it at ut
[Tyr Tyr]

[L.E. Camp]
ta te ti to tu tiu tau
tat tet tit tot tut
tar tur tor
tri tre ter-zer
Tyr Ti Tu
Ti-ur Ti-ur Ti-ur
Sig-ta Sig-te Sig-ta Sig-to Sig-tu

Gods-Tyr, Mani
Colour-bright red
Healing rune for illnesses of the blood, rheumatism, hardening of the arteries-used in conjunction with the Is/Isa rune[Kummer]

Runic body posture-Arms to the side, pointing downward, palms pointing to the ground.

Wotan`s Rune Poem:
A twelfth I sing, when I see through the brush
The hanged one swinging from the hemp;
He climbs down from the trunk, must tell me his tale,
When I carve the Runes aright.

Old English Rune Poem:
Tiw is one of the signs, holds faith well/
with noblemen, on a journey
is always/above night`s gloom, never fails.

Norwegian Rune Poem:
Ty is the one-handed god;
the smith is often
[busy with] blowing

Icelandic Rune Poem:
[Ty] is a one-handed god
and [the] wolf`s leavings
and temples` protector

Guido von List: "Fear not death-It cannot kill you!"

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