lundi 26 janvier 2015

Medieval Runes

Medieval Runes of Healing and Magick – Rune Meanings



The Medieval runes of healing and magick are special as they were not used in rune casting but for protection and healing. In fact they were mainly associated with gods and goddesses that were worshiped secretly in Christian times.

Wolfsangel

Wolfsangel
Sound: “sz” as the sound in “ease”
Stands for: Wolf-hook (Ancient Iron Weapon)
Magick/Healing use: Used to bind and eliminate harmful influences.

Erda

Erda
Sound: “oe” as the sound in “er”
Stands for: Our Planet (Mother Earth)
Magick/Healing use: Helps to reincorporate human actions with the world.

Ul

Ul
Sound: “ue” as the sound in “ee” or “ö”
Stands for: Turning point
Magick/Healing use: Revives former powers and helps assist in crises of healing.

Ziu

Ziu
Sound: “zz” as in “buzz”
Stands for: Thunderbolt of the God Ziu
Magick/Healing use: Concentrates and channels cosmic energies to maintain correct order.

Sól

Sol
Sound: “ss” as in “kiss”
Stands for: Disk of the sun
Magick/Healing use: Brings the healing power and warmth of the sun.

Wendhorn

Wendhorn
Sound: “mm” as in “humming”
Stands for: Phases of the moon
Magick/Healing use: Reminds us that we must experience good and bad alike.

Fyruedal

Fyruedal
Sound: no sound
Stands for: Bellows
Magick/Healing use: Contains the power of motivation.

Wan

Wan
Sound: no sound
Stands for: Emptiness
Magick/Healing use: Represents the power of the place where all existence began.


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