Norse Elder Futhark Divination Set w/Border

Norse Elder Futhark Divination Set w/Border

In the Shop, Elder Futhark Rune Set. Runic inscriptions are found on artifacts, including jewelry, amulets, plateware, tools, weapons, and, runestones, from the 2nd to the 8th centuries. Elder Futhark is the oldest form of the runic alphabets used by the Norse and Germinaic people. In Norse mythology Odin (The All Father) and relentless seeker of knowledge sacrificed himself on the Yggdrasil (tree of life) to learn the runes. The runes are symbols of some of the most powerful forces in the cosmos. The runes allow access to these forces through their symbolism. Odin didnt just sacrifice himself to learn symbols, but rather he was unlocking the keys to the knowledge if these powers and a very strong type of magic.

Norse Elder Futhark Divination Set w/Border

At the center of the Norse cosmos stands the Yggdrasil who grows from the Well of Urd, a water source whose depths cannot be fathomed and which holds the most powerful forces and beings. Among these include the Norns, female beings of control and create fate, of which even the Gods and Goddesses are controlled by. Fate cannot be changed, but the runes gave access to some awareness to one’s path.

Norse Elder Futhark Divination Set w/Border

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Published by Angel Crow

Herbalist, Artist

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