Sunday, 30 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Fyruedal


Medieval rune-Fyruedal


Phoenetic value-No sound value.


Exoteric interpretation of name-Fire-fan or bellows. The mover of air needed for fire to burn.Esoteric interpretation of name-This rune symbolizes motivation, the power to get going.
Element of air.


Colour-red


Saturday, 29 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Wendhorn




Medieaval rune-Wendhorn


Phoenetic value-mm


Exoteric interpretation of the name-The moon.
Esoteric interpretation of name-The changing phases of the moon. This rune reminds us that life proceeds in cycles and we must experience both good and bad alike.Eternal change, the unity of contrasts-life and death, order and chaos, above and below, male and female, cause and effect, physical and spiritual, fire and ice, mind and body, light and dark, hot and cold, spirit and matter, beginning and end, etc.It signifies the co-operation and the uniting of opposites nature`s eternal laws. The Wendhorn is the symbol of the ree of life and is similar in shap to the Hagal and Ior runes.Guido von List said "the 'crescent moon' as the 'Wendehorn' is, however, also the rune of Freya, who promotes childbirth".
Siegfried Adolf Kummer confirmed the rune`s association with the moon.John Gorsleben stated that the in relation to the concept of this symbol, that it is very similar to the Hagal rune yet without the common intersection of the bars joining Man to Yr and "Consider the end!"
The Wendehorn conceals within itself the hidden runes Ka, Is, Ar, Man and Yr , and further conceals the runes deeper within its symbolism. These runes, in order of the Armanen rune row, have the numerical value of 6, 9, 10, 15 and 16 and deeper the numerical runic values of 7, 8 and 17. In total it conceals 8 runes, and including itself 9 of whch is the numerical figure and holy number that it also represents - 9.
Element of water.


Colour-silver

Friday, 28 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondence-Sol


Medieval rune-Sol

Phoenetic value-ss

Exoteric interpretation of name- The sun.
Esoteric interpretation of name-The rune of the sun goddess, Sol. The sun is considered female in the Teutonic tradition. Connected in a magical sense to the Sigel rune but it is more specific and less transitive in its actions.
The shape is suggestive of a solar circle with a vertical stave representative of a straight sunbeam conveying light to the earth from the heavens. This rune brings illumination. It is a potent rune used in healing and nurture.
Female polarity and of the element of fire.

Tree-juniper
Herb-sunflower
God-Sol
Colour-gold

Thursday, 27 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Ziu


Medieval rune-Ziu


Phoenetic value-zz


Exoteric interpretation of name-Divine order.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Justice and order prevailing over disorder. Magical energy channeled in order to maintain the divine order.Ziu resembles both the Sigel and Tyr runes but is not considered a bind rune of the two.The rune of the Swabian god Ziu, cognate with the Greek Zeus, known in Anglo-Saxon England as Tiwaz. In central Europe Ziu`s main place of power is in Augsburg, formerly known as Ziusburg. His major shrine in England was in Tysoe in Warwickshire.Male polarity and of the elements of air and fire.


Tree-oak
Herb-aconite
God-Ziu
Colour-orange-red

Wednesday, 26 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Ul


Medieval rune-Ul

Phoenetic value-ue

Exoteric interpretation of name-Empowerment, healing.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Sacred to the Frisian god Waldh, similar to Ullr the Norse god of wintertime, skiing and archery. The solistical element of Ul makes this rune a rune of turning points. It can be used to turn around a situation to the advantage of the individual.
Male polarity and the element of air.

Tree-buckthorn
Herb-thistle
God-Waldh
Colour-tawny

Tuesday, 25 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Erda


Medieval rune-Erda.

Phoenetic value-oe

Exoteric interpretation of name-Earth, Mother Earth.
Esoteric interpretation of name- Nurture, protection and enclosure.
Erda resembles the Odal rune in shape. It is a rune that engenders stability and the maintenance of wholeness. Magically it can be used to bring reintegration of human actions.
Female polarity, element of earth.

Trees-whitebeam, elder, birch
Herb-mint
God-Erda
Colour-brown

Monday, 24 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Wolfsangel




Medieval rune-Wolfsangel


Phoenetic value-ai.


Exoteric interpretation of name-the wolf-hook, an ancient iron weapon used to catch and kill wolves. It was also used as a wall anchor; it maintained order, preventing the spreading of walls and the collapse of the building.
Esoteric interpretation of name-channels magical energy for human use. Binds and obliterates all harmful influences. This rune as a protective device featured in central European heraldry and as a personal magical sigil.
Similar in shape to the Armanen Gibor rune.
Female polarity and of the element of earth.


Tree-yew
Herb-wolfsbane
God-Vidar
Colour-blood-red

Sunday, 23 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Gar/Gort







Anglo-Saxon/Northumbrian futhorc-Gar

Ogham-Gort

Phoenetic value-g

Exoteric interpretation-Spear.
Esoteric interpretation-Odin`s spear, Gungnir. The beginning of a new order and the fulfillment of things.
Gar is Germanic for spear.
This is the final rune of the futhorc and does not belong to any of the four aetts.
Male polarity and related to all the elements.

Trees-ash, spindle
Herb-garlic
God-Odin
Colour-dark blue.

Saturday, 22 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Stan/Straif




Anglo-Saxon/Northumbrian futhorc-Stan

Ogham-Straif

Phoenetic value-st

Exoteric interpretation of name-Stone. The bones of the earth, the ground beneath our feet.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Altar stone. A megalith standing at a place of power in the landscape. A playing piece in a board game. This rune creates a link between human beings, earthly and heavenly powers. It is a rune of power and protection but it can also act as a block to our progress.
Nigel Pennick in his Secrets of the Runes states that Stan can be used magically to block and stop opponents and assailants. He refers to a spell in the Lay of Hamdir by Odin:

Roared he as bears roar;
`Stones to the stout ones,
That the spears bite not,
Nor the edges of steel,
These sons of Jonakr!`

There is a strong link to the Ogham Straif which is the Blackthorn tree. This Ogham can also be used in attack and punishment.
Edred Thorsson in his The Book of Ogham refers to the Blackthorn being the `black rod` or blasting rod of malevolent magicians and witches.
Male polarity and the element of earth.

Trees-witch hazel, blackthorn
Herb-Iceland moss
God-Nerthus
Colour-grey

Friday, 21 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Calc/Coll






Anglo-Saxon/Northumbrian futhorc-Calc.

Ogham-Coll

Phoenetic value-k

Exoteric interpretation of name-Ritual container, offering cup.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Chalk, cup. Calc is the opposite to Elhaz inverted and is symbolic of the death of the individual. The Younger futharc rune Yr has the same form. It is also the same as the inverted Armanen Man rune.
Calc represents the successful conclusion of a working. It can be used magically in contacting absent friends or the dead in an act of remembrance. Calc is governed by the three Norns and represents the unattainable unknown. It is the cup or stone of the Holy Grail.
The seventh rune of the fourth aett of the Anglo-Saxon futhorc and the second Northumbrian rune.
Female polarity and of the element of earth.

Trees-maple, rowan
Herb-yarrow
Gods-Norns
Colour-white

Thursday, 20 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Cweorth/Queirt







Anglo-Saxon/Northumbrian futhorc-Cweorth

Ogham-Queirt

Phoenetic value-qu

Exoteric interpretation of name-Fire-twirl.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Ritual fire.
First rune of the Northumbrian runes and the sixth rune of the fourth aett of the Anglo-Saxon futhorc.
Closely related to the Ogham Queirt, representing the apple tree. There is also an association with the Gothic character Quertra.
Ritual cleansing by fire, the sacred hearth, transformation through fire, the funeral pyre, the festival bonfire of celebration and joy. This rune is the opposite to the binding power of the rune Nyd which represents the need-fire.
Female polarity and of the element of fire.

Trees-bay,beech,apple
Herb-rue
Gods-Loge
Colour-tawny.

Wednesday, 19 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Ear/Ebad




Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Ear.

Ogham-Ebad.

Phoenetic value-ao/ea

Exoteric interpretation of name-Earth-grave, soil of the earth.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Ritual internment, the unavoidable end of all things, death.
Female polarity, the element of earth. The fifth rune of the fourth aett of the Anglo-Saxon futhorc.

Tree-yew
Herbs-hemlock
Gods-Hela
Colour-brown

Anglo-Saxon Rune Poem:
Grave is frightful to every warrior/when the flesh
begins inexorably-the corpse-to cool,
to embrace the earth,/the dark as its companion
fruits fall away,/joys pass away, promises fail.

Tuesday, 18 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Ior/Iar/Iphin




Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Ior/Iar

Ogham-Iphin

Phoenetic value-io

Exoteric interpretation of name-Serpent.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Iormungand the Midgaard Serpent. Shape of rune similar to the Hagal rune of the Younger futharc and the Armanen futhorc. The dual nature of matter, symbolised by the amphibious habits of water beasts. A rune of protection and a rune of great binding power.
Fourth rune of the fourth aett of the Anglo-Saxon futhorc.
Female polarity, element of water.

Tree-linden/ivy
Herbs-kelp
Gods-Njord
Colour-black

Anglo-Saxon Rune Poem:
Beaver is a riverfish yet it always enjoys/food
on land, has a fine dwelling/surrounded by water
where it lives happily.

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]
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
yr
yr irr yb
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!"

Sunday, 16 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Aesc/As/Ailm




Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Aesc/As

Ogham-Ailm

Phoenetic value-a as in `at`.

Exoteric interpretation of name-Ash tree, second rune of the fourth aett in the Anglo-Saxon futhorc. Closely related to the Os rune, a replacement rune by the Anglo-Saxons for the Ansuz rune. Os took Ansuz`s place as the fourth rune of the first aett.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Primordal human material. The primal vibration of existence, the creative power of the word. It brings the divine breath, ond into action.
Male polarity and the element of air.

Tree-ash
Herbs- fly agaric
Gods-Odin
Colour-dark blue

Old English Rune Poem:
Ash is very tall, dear to men/strong in foundation,
holds its place properly/though
many men fight against it.

Saturday, 15 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Ac/Ailm




Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Ac

Ogham-Ailm

Phonetic value-short a

Exoteric interpretation-Oak tree, the holy tree of the Germanic sky and thunder gods, long time endurance. The acorn, the symbol of potential. Women`s rune of pregnancy and childbirth.
Esoteric interpretation of name-The cosmic egg channelling the power of continuous growth from small beginnings to a mighty climax.
To be used magically to reinforce the creative and productive processes.
Masculine polarity and has the element of fire.
This rune is the beginning of the fourth aett of the Anglo-Saxon futhorc.

Tree-oak
Herb-hemp
Gods-Tiw/Odin/Thor
Colour-green

Old English Rune Poem:
Oak is for the sons of men on earth/a feeder
of flesh, often travels/over gannet`s bath,
the ocean tests/whether the oak keeps good faith.

Friday, 14 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Othala/Othil/Odal/Ethel/Onn







Elder futharc-Othala/Othil/Odal
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Ethel

Ogham-Onn

Phoenetic value-o

Exoteric interpretation of name-Homeland, property, ancestral property, enclosure of the clan, sacred enclosure, material prosperity and well-being.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Divine ancestry, virtuous deeds of ancesters, blood/genetic inheritence.

Galdr[Edred Thorsson]
othala othala othala
ooooooooo
ooooo
othul othal othil othel othol
othol othel othil othal othul
ooooo

Tree-hawthorn
Herbs-gold thread
Gods-Odin/Thor
Tarot-Moon
Colour-deep yellow
Astrology-Full Moon

Runic body posture-Stand with legs spread wide, arms in the Ingwaz rune form, fingertips touching above the head.

Old English Poem:
Homeland is very dear to every man/
if there rightfully and with property
he may/enjoy wealth in his dwelling generally.

Wednesday, 12 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Dagaz/Dag/Duir




Elder futharc-Dagaz
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Dag

Ogham-Duir

Phoenetic value-d

Exoteric interpretation of name-Day, the light of day.
Esoteric interpretation of name-The rune of total awakening, the ritual fire of the hearth, dawn and twilight, the synthesization of polar opposites.

Galdr[Edred Thorson]
dagaz dagaz dagaz
dhdhdhdhdhdhdhdhdh
daaaaaagaaazzz
du da di de do
odh edh idh adh udh
od ed id ad ud
daaaaagaaazzz

Tree-spruce
Herbs-clary
Gods-Odhinn/Ostara
Tarot-Temperance
Colour-light blue
Astrology-phases of the moon

Runic body posture-Stand upright and cross arms in front of your chest with the fingertips touching your shoulders.

Old English Rune Poem:
Day is the Lord`s sending, dear to men/god`s splendid light,
joy and hope/to the blessed and the wretched, a benefit to all.

Tuesday, 11 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Ingwaz/Ing/Ngetal







Elder futharc-Ingwaz
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Ing

Ogham-Ngetal

Phoenetic value-ng

Exoteric interpretation of name-Potential energy, gestation.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Ing the ancient Germanic earth god. His cult was developed in the North Sea regions. He is the male consort of the earth mother, Nerthus. The North Sea peoples were named after him-Ingvaeones.
Freyr was also known as Yngvi or Yngvi-Freyr. Freyr appears to have usurped the role of the earlier god, Ing.

Galdr[Edred Thorsson]
ingwaz ingwaz ingwaz
iiiiinnnnnggggg
ung ang ing eng ong
ong eng ing ang ung
iiiiinnnnnggggg

Tree-apple
Herbs-self-heal
Gods-Ing, Freyr
Tarot-Judgement
Colour-yellow
Astrology-New Moon

Runic body posture-Stand upright with fingertips touching well overhead and elbows angled in the form of the stave.
Alternative form-Stand erect with fingertips touching just above the genitals with elbows forming the angles of the rune.

Old English Rune Poem:
Ing was first among the East Danes/seen
by men until he later eastwards/went
across the waves, the waggon sped behind/
thus the hard men named the hero.

Monday, 10 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Laguz/Laukaz/Lagu/Logr/Laf/Luis




Elder futharc-Laguz/Laukaz
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Lagu
Younger futharc-Logr
Armanen futhorc-Laf

Ogham-Luis

Phoenetic value-l

Exoteric interpretation of name-Life, experience, testing, temptations, water, sea, leak, good management.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Test of life, relations. The life energy in the multiverse and the secret source of all organic life, the law of life[Old Norse log], layers of past cosmic and human action that govern the development of life forms, the primal waters of Niflheimr that contain latent potential life.
The sprinkling of water on the baby who considered worthy of life by his father is welcomed into the clan. This rune also governs another rite of passage at the end of life when one crosses the primeval waters to the realm of the dead. Viking ship burials demonstrate that this belief was prevalent amongst the northern Teutons.
The leek[laukaz] is symbolic of growth, phallic power and fertility. This rune also governs herbal magic.

Galdr[Edred Thorsson]
laguz laguz laguz
lllllllll
lu la li le lo
[lug lag lig leg log]
ul al il el ol
lo le li la lu
lllllaaaaaguuuuu
lllllllll

[L.E. Camp]
lllllllll
la le li lo lu
al el il ol ul
Laf; L-a-f
lagu lagus logr lagor laas
log log laug

Tree-willow
Herbs-leek
Gods-Njordhr, Baldr
Tarot-Star
Colour-deep green
Astrology-Moon
Healing rune for infections and skin diseases-used in conjunction with the Not-rune[Kummer].

Runic body posture-Stand upright, both arms downward, fingers pointing to the ground.

Wotan`s Rune Poem:
A fourteenth I sing to the assembled folk
While naming the divine names;
The Aesir and Alves and their various kinds
No one can list without learning.

Old English Rune Poem:
Water is seemingly endless to men/if they must fare
on a tilting ship/and sea-waves
frighten them mightily/and the sea-steed
does not heed the bridle.

Norwegian Rune Poem:
[Water] is that which as a stream
falls from a hillside;
but trinkets are golden.

Icelandic Rune Poem:
[Water] is a welling stream
and a wide gush
and fishes` seabed.

Guido von List: "First learn to steer, then dare the sea journey!"

Sunday, 9 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Mannaz/Mann/Madhr/Man/Muin







Elder futharc-Mannaz
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Mann
Younger futharc-Madhr
Armanen futhorc-Man

Ogham-Muin

Phoenetic value-m

Exoteric interpretation of name-Man, increase, masculinity, health, plenty, magic.
Esoteric interpretation of name-Spirit, truth, God-Man, male principle in cosmos. The mystery of the divine archetypal principle in mankind. The rune of intelligence, rationality, memory, tradition and the perfected human being, the God-man. The rune of Heimdallr who is the genetic link between Germanic man and the gods. It is the rune which describes the Germanic peoples as being the progeny of the gods, semi-divine beings. The rune of blood-brotherhood.

Galdr[Edred Thorsson]
mannaz mannaz mannaz
mmmmmaaaaannnnn
mu ma mi me mo
mun man min men mon
um am im em om
mon men min man mun
mmmmmaaaaannnnn
mmmmmmmmm

[L.E. Camp]
mmmmmmmmm
Ma me mi mo mu
ammm emmm immm ommm ummm
mam m m m mem m m m mim m m m mom m m m mum m m m
man mon men
Ma mad madr mathr
Mama mannas
Lam
Mimir Mamre
O M

Tree-holly
Herbs-madder
Gods-Heimdall/Odin
Tarot-Magician
Colour-deep red
Astrology-Jupiter
Healing rune for accidents and injuries-used in conjunction with the Is/Isa rune and for long-suffering nerve ailments[Kummer].

Runic body posture-Stand straight with elbows lifted up, forearms crossed in front of the face or behind the head.
Alternative rune form-Stand upright with both arms to the side and upward.

Wotan`s Rune Poem:
A fifteenth I know that Volkrast, the dwarf,
Sings early at the gates of dawn,
To strengthen the Aesir, to empower the Alves,
But to myself, Allfather, to gain wisdom.

Old English Rune Poem:
Man is dear to his kinsmen in mirth/yet each one
must fail the others/since by his judgement
the lord wishes/to commit
the poor flesh to earth.

Norwegian Rune Poem:
[Man] is earth`s increase;
the hawk`s grasp
is great.

Icelandic Rune Poem:
[Man] is man`s delight
and earth`s increase
and shp`s adorner.

Guido von List: "Be a man!"

Saturday, 8 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Ehwaz/Eh/Edad







Elder futharc-Ehwaz
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Eh
Armanen futhorc-Eh

Ogham-Edad

Phoenetic value-e

Exoteric interpretation of name-Twin gods or heroes of equine aspect. This rune represents the dual form of Germanic kingship, eg Hengist[stallion] and Horsa[horse] the Anglo-Saxon conquererors of Britain. The twin gods of the Vedas, the Asvinau-"the two horses". The Alcis, a pair of twin male gods worshipped by a Germanic tribe , the Naharvali[see chapter 43 of Tacitus` Germania.]. The relationship between Aryan man and his horse. The horses possessed numinous knowledge and were consulted by Germanic priests in rites of divination.
Marriage, partnership, permament bonds, binding decisions, hope, duration, horse.
Ehe is the German word for marriage.
Esoteric interpretation of name-The spiritual quality of mankind. The horse was regarded by Germanic man as his fetch. This rune facilitates journies between the nine worlds. Odin used his steed Sleipnir as a means of travelling between these worlds. This rune represents trust and loyalty as symbolised in the relationship between man and horse. It also represents the ideal man-woman relationship and is the rune of lawfull marriage.
Unity of Ego and you, sister souls, soul-love, God-Man-Woman.

Galdr[Edred Thorsson]
ehwo ehwo ehwo
eeeeehwooooo
ehwu ehwa ehwi ehwe ehwo
ehwo ehwe ehwa ehwu
eeeeehwooooo

L.E. Camp]
eeeeeeeee
e h e
eh ehe ehu eoh eys ehwas

Tree-oak, ash
Herbs-ragwort
Gods-Freyja/Freyr/Alcis
Tarot-Lovers
Colour-white
Astrology-Gemini

Runic body posture-Stand upright with arms slanted, the left pointing upward and the right downward to form the alternative form of this rune.
Two people can also form the traditional shape of the rune, usually male and female by standing facing one another in the Laguz rune form.

Wotan`s Rune Poem:
A seventeenth I know, through a wise law
To enclose two lives in love;
And every one is willing: no virginal woman
Will leave me after this very easily.

Old English Rune Poem:
Steed is noblemen`s joy before heroes,/a hoof-proud horse,
where about it warriors/rich in stallions
exchange words/and is always a comfort to the restless.

Guido von List: "Marriage is the raw-root of the Aryans!"

Friday, 7 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Berkano/Beorc/Bjarkan/Bar/Beithe








Elder futharc-Berkano
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Beorc
Younger futharc-Bjarkan
Armanen futhorc-Bar

Ogham-Beithe[birch]


Phoenetic value-b


Exoteric interpretation of name-Becoming, birth, help in birth, son, bread, song, fountain, mountains, birch twig, breasts of the mother[suggested by shape].
Esoteric interpretation of name-Meaning of life in this world, the rune of the rites of passage, the container of all becoming/being, the conserving and protecting force, concealing and protecting, the embodiment of the mysteries of birth and rebirth.


Galdr[Edred Thorsson]
berkano berkano berkano
bu ba bi be bo
beeeeerrrrr
[burk bark birk berk bork]
ob eb ib ab ub
beeeeerrrrr


[L.E. Camp]
bbbbbbbbb
ba be bi bo bu
b a r
bar bor birk biork bjork
beork berche brikal berkane

Tree-birch
Herbs-lady`s mantle
Gods-Frigg, Nerthus, Hel
Tarot-Empress
Colour-dark green
Astrology-Virgo
Healing rune for women`s labour pains.


Runic body posture-Stand upright, left arm at an angle.


Wotan`s Rune Poem:
A thirteenth I mention, when I sprinkle the son,
The young one, with blessing water;
If once he faces the foe, then he cannot fall,
No sword can wound him so he collapses into the dust.


Old English Rune Poem:
Birch is fruitless, yet bears/shoots without seeds,
is pretty in its branches/high in its spread,
fair adorned/laden with leaves,
touching the sky.


Norwegian Rune Poem:
[Birch] is the leaf-greenest
of branches; Loki had luck
in deceit.

Icelandic Rune Poem:
[Birch] is a leaf-bearing branch and
a slender tree
and a youthful wood.


Guido von List: "Thy life stands in the hand of God; trust it in you. "








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

Ogham-Tinne

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
tiiiiirrrrr
tu ta ti te to
tur tar tir ter tor
ot et it at ut
[Tyr Tyr]
Tiiiiirrrrr

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


Tree-oak
Herbs-sage
Gods-Tyr, Mani
Tarot-Justice
Colour-bright red
Astrology-Libra
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!"

Wednesday, 5 November 2008

Runic-Ogham Correspondences-Sowilo/Sigil/Sol/Sig/Sail



















Elder futharc-Sowilo
Anglo-Saxon futhorc-Sigil
Younger futharc-Sol
Armanen futhorc-Sig

Ogham-Sail


Phoenetic value-s


Exoteric interpretation of name-Sun, victory, success, achieved goals.
Esoteric interpretation of name-The holy solar wheel, archetypal sun and light of the sun, magical will active in the multiverse, the chakras, the power of the lightning bolt, salvation by light, inspiration, soul.


Galdr[Edred Thorsson]
sowilo sowilo sowilo
sssssssss
ssssoooollll
su sa si se so
[sul sal sil sel sol]
us as is es os
so se si sa su
sssssssss


[L.E. Camp]
Siiiig
ssssssssss
sa se si so su
asss esss isss osss usss
sal sel sil sol sul
sigil si-gi-il
sal und sig

Tree-juniper
Herbs-mistletoe
Gods-Sol
Tarot-Sun
Colour-white/silver
Astrology-sun
Healing rune for long suffering nerve problems-used in conjunction with the Cross position[Kummer]

Runic body posture-In sitting position with bottom near heels, upper body shape as Is/Isa.


Wotan`s Rune Poem:
This I know as the eleventh, where far
I accompany my dear friend into combat;
I sing into the shield, so that he triumphs in the battle
And that luck and happiness surrounds him always.


Old English Rune Poem:
Sun to seamen is always a hope/ when they travel
over the fish`s bath/ until the sea-stead
brings them to land

Norwegian Rune Poem:
[Sun] is the light of lands;
I bow to holy judgement
Icelandic Rune Poem:
[Sun] is the cloud`s shield
and a blazing ray
and ice`s destroyer


Guido von List: "The creative spirit must conquer!"