Runes

Your Rune For September 17th is Fehu

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Fehu

Fehu is the Rune of prosperity, good luck and unbridled creative energies. Being associated with Frey, this Rune is also a powerful omen of fertility. Fehu is one of the three Mother Stones and should never be taken lightly.

 

Additional Information about the Rune, Fehu courtesy Runic Journey

fehu : cattle

Phonetic equivalent: f

DIVINATORY MEANINGS:
prosperity, money, wealth, concern with physical and financial needs, goals, promotion, self-esteem, centeredness, karma
MAGICAL USES:
for money, business, promotion, finding a job, achieving a goal, starting new enterprises
ASSOCIATED MYTHS & DEITIES:
Freyr, Brisingamen, Gullveig, Dwarfs, Sigurd & the Otter’s Gold
ANALYSIS:
Fehu is both the day-to-day reality of our lives and the catalyst that awakens us to what lies beyond. It is whatever we think we are seeking, which frequently bbears no resemblance to what we will eventually find. It is also our home, for after all our wanderings we will still need to attend to our physical needs and ground ourselves in the simple pleasures of home, family, and good work. Oz might be a fun place to visit, but after a while all you really want to do is go back to Kansas.Fehu reminds us that we must be secure in our physical situation before embarking upon any spiritual journey. We all must begin with the mundane reality of our lives, although many people never get beyond this. In many ways, we have become as domesticated as the cattle, living our day to day existence without wanting or even being aware of anything more being possible. The first step in breaking away from this situation is to catch a glimpse of what is possible, without dwelling on what security we may lose to attain it.

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Your Rune For Tuesday, Sept., 16th is Ansuz

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Ansuz

Ansuz represents mankind’s spiritual connection to God and the universe. It is often referred to as the “God Rune.” This Rune embodies reason, truth and justice. It denotes the coming of knowledge and true counsel from a higher authority.

 

Additional Information about the Rune, Ansuz provided by the Runic Journey

 

ansuz : Odin

Phonetic equivalent: a (as in ‘fall’)

DIVINATORY MEANINGS:
authority figure, leader, mind & body balance, justice, shaman, clairvoyant
MAGICAL USES:
for wise decisions, success, leadership; to help in divination and magic
ASSOCIATED MYTHS & DEITIES:
Odin
ANALYSIS:
This rune represents the instinctive, primal energy of uruz tempered with the discipline and experience of þurisaz. These elements are combined in the personage of Odin, who exhibits the characteristics of both chieftain and shaman – a god of wisdom as well as war. Odin is also a shaman, travelling between the worlds on his eight-legged horse, Sleipnir.Ansuz is a balanced rune. As with fehu, many people choose to remain at this point in their journey. It represents power, both secular and magical, and this power can be quite seductive. Odin has learned the lessons of the first three runes, thus gaining the wisdom to rule wisely, but this is really only another beginning. He has only gained temporal power, and has only a few of the tools he will need to perfect himself spiritually. There is a certain lack of compassion and perspective in this rune. Odin sits high above his world, looking down and making decisions, but he doesn’t yet have the capacity to really care about or understand his people or himself. He still needs that emotional connection to become a truly great leader.
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Your Rune For Saturday, September 13 is Mannaz

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Mannaz

Now is the time for you to explore your inner self and those of others. Your intelligence and creativity are very well honed at the moment. Cooperation from and with others should be very easy to attain.

 

Additional Information on the Rune Mannaz courtesy of The Runic Journey

 

Mannaz : man, humankind

Phonetic equivalent: m

DIVINATORY MEANINGS:
significator, self, family, community, relationships, social concerns
MAGICAL USES:
to represent a specific person or group of people; to establish social relationships
ASSOCIATED MYTHS & DEITIES:
Ask and Embla, Midgard
ANALYSIS:
In its broadest sense, mannaz represents all of humanity, and therefore the entire realm of Midgard. In more practical terms, though, it is those with whom we have personal connections, from our immediate circle of family and friends to the wider community around us, reminding us of our nature as social animals. It also represents our connection with the Gods and with nature, through the two Norse myths of the creation of humans; the first where they sprang from Ymir’s body, and the second in which they were created from two logs by a river. It takes the raw energy of ehwaz and controls it through our social conscience, reminding us of those we affect with our deeds both magical and mundane.The rune itself resembles gebo with its joining of masculine and feminine elements, but is much more complete. It is the entire web of human relationships, with the self at the centre, which mirrors the web of fate explored through raiðo. But while that web was more or less fixed, this one is mutable and alive. Past and present, male and female, self and other – all opposites are joined here and made whole. Mannaz is our home, and speaks for all those whose lives we touch when we use the gifts we have been given through the runes.

 

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Your Rune For Friday, September 12 is Hagalaz

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Hagalaz

Hagalaz is the hail Rune. It denotes chaos, destruction and disruption on a primal level. You may experience delays in moving toward your goals.

 

 

Additional Information on Hagalaz courtesy of The Runic Journey

hagalaz : hail

DIVINATORY MEANINGS:
sudden loss, ordeal, destruction, disaster, clearance, testing, karmic lesson, drastic change.
MAGICAL USES:
removing unwanted influences, breaking destructive patterns
ASSOCIATED MYTHS & DEITIES:
Ragnarok, Loki, Frost Giants
ANALYSIS:
The idea of the destruction of the old being necessary to the growth of the new, as contained in the Norse myth of Ragnarok, is essential to our understanding of this rune. Interestingly enough, hagalaz lies between kenaz (fire) and isa (ice), reminding us of the Norse creation myth and the creative potential that lies between these two opposites, even though their meeting may seem at first to be destructive. Like the Tower in the Tarot, hagalaz is only a negative rune if we choose to view it in that way, and refuse to learn its lessons. Appearing as it does at the beginning of the second aett, it marks both a beginning and an end, and knocks us out of the safety and complacency of wunjo. It represents what a friend of mine used to refer to as the ‘flying ladle syndrome’ – that whenever things appear to be going too well, you can expect a good, healthy whack in the head from the Fates, just to make sure you’re paying attention.These sorts of ‘wake-up calls’ from the Gods will happen frequently throughout a person’s life, but are often misinterpreted as divine punishment for some imagined wrong when in fact they are merely a way of drawing your attention to a recurrent pattern in your life. Unfortunately, these types of events have a tendency to repeat themselves with greater and greater severity until the lesson is learned and the pattern is broken. For example, someone who needs to break their dependency on a certain type of person will find themselves in relationships with such people over and over again with more and more disastrous results until they recognize the pattern as emanating from themselves and break it willingly.

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Your Rune For Thursday, September 11 is Wunjo

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Wunjo

Wunjo denotes joy and shared bliss. It may also represent a job well done and the satisfaction one feels from completing such a task. Wunjo brings good fortune and harmony.

 

 

Additional Information on this Rune provided by Bewitching Ways.com

Also called Wynn
Letter:
W
Old Norse name: none
Flower: larkspur; love-in-a-mist (emotional/sexual)
Gem: diamond, moss agate
Number: 6

The first way to interpret Wunjo is the way most rune readers do-as joy and happiness, plain and simple. Wunjo in a reading is always an excellent omen, especially when it appears in a result position. If it appears with “news” runes, such as Ansuz, it can mean that the querent will be getting good news. If it appears with a rune such as Gebo, it indicates that all is well with the querent’s relationships. With travel runes, Wunjo indicates that the journey in question will be successful.

When reversed Wunjo would, obviously, mean querent will experiences unhappiness. It can indicate that a third party is causing trouble. It can also signify a need for caution, and if the querent has a decision to make, he may want to delay doing so for six days, weeks, or months (exactly when will be determined by the other runes in the reading and possibly by the reading itself).

The other way to interpret Wunjo comes from Freya Aswynn, whom I quote a lot throughout this section (she’s incredibly knowledgeable about the runes and their Teutonic backgrounds-I highly suggest reading Northern Mysteries and Magick for a thorough look into Freya’s insights). The primitive Germanic word “wunjo” meant perfection; and from “wunjo” were derived the German “Wunsch” and the Dutch “wens,” both of which mean wish. One of the aspects of Odin, to whom Wunjo is attributed, was as a fulfiller of wishes. So Wunjo can indicate wishes, either wishes fulfilled or wishes yet to be fulfilled, and especially wishes that would push the querent closer to his ideal, closer to perfection, in other words.

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Your Rune For Wednesday, September 10 is Raidho

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Raidho

Raidho may mark the coming of a physical or spiritual journey. Whichever the case, changes in your life are soon to come. Spiritual or material goals may be attained.

Additional Information on the Rune, Raidho

Properties of Raidho

Alternate Names:
The High Priest, The Pope
Keywords / Additional Meanings: Marriage, alliance, captivity, servitude; by another account, mercy and goodness; inspiration; the man to whom the Querent has recourse. Reversed: Society, good understanding, concord, overkindness, weakness.
Description:
Raidho is about travel and journeys. A rune of action and movement, it indicates that things may not remain stationary. Raidho is also connected to the number 2, a reminder to consider that there are 2 sides to everything.
Reversed Description:
Raidho reversed is a sign of things not going according to plan. A disruption, setback, sidetrack, setback, and even abandonment of the plan could be indicated by this rune.
Astrological / Elemental Correspondence: Taurus

 

Additional Information from FreeDivination.com

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Your Rune For September 9th is Eihwaz

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Eihwaz

Eihwaz represents the Yew tree and its everlasting nature. The Yew may bend, but it does not break. You are on the right course and have the strength and ability to meet your goals. Congratulations!

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Your Rune For September 8th is Tiwaz

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Tiwaz

Tiwaz is the Warrior Rune. It represents pure, masculine power and the ability to successfully fight to meet your goals. However, you must be careful that costs of attaining your goals overshadow their values.

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