- Crystallize, by Lindsey Stirling
- Telling my Nephew the tale of the god Freyr - who had giving his magic sword, which could fight by it's self if the wilder was wise, to his servant Skírnir to try and swoon the giantess Gerðr, by gifting it to her, who he had fallen in love with.
- taken when I visited the the museum in Alexandria MN, the Kensington Rune-stone, Minnesota circa 1362.
- the other side of Thurisaz
- Laguz -
Water is the second force of nature in the creation myth of the Norse-Germanic people. This force flows from Nifelheim, a cold region where water & venom flow and form both frost & freezing rain. These waters flow out from Nifelheim in the form of eleven rivers…Continue
- Intro -
Welcome to the first installment of 'Runes as Pictographs'! This part of my blog will be focusing on the way the runes have effected my consciousness on a glyphic, pictographic & characteristic level.
The reason I'm not starting at the beginning of the Futhark is because there seems to be three runes which hold the primary shapes of all other runes. We can explore…Continue