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  EHWAZ  

stave

 

PERSONALIZED INFORMATION

Letter;
E

Rune Number;
19 ~ 3   3rd Ætt

Pronounced;
ay-wahsz

GaldR Sound;
aaaaaaayyyyyyyy
prolonged sound as in the word "day"
ayoo, ayay, ayee, ayaa, ayoh


Polarity;
feminine

Element;
Spirit
Colour;
white

Flower;
forsythia

Tree/Bush;
ash, oak

Gemstone;
sardonyx, turquoise, Islandic spar

Energies;
the fylgia, trust & loyalty, harmonious partnerships, projected movement & travel

Personification;
Frey & Freyja, Thorgerd & Irpa, Twin Divinities
     

MYSTICAL PONDERINGS

moral efforts adjust various situations,
good luck, shared projects, teamwork loyal,
now is the time to ride upon the Worlds-All-Wide.

    The moral effort and pure steadfastness of one's own abilities to adjust to various situations at this point creates a self-transforming, yet gradual development of a new attitude, while at the same Time, that of a steadily progressive goal is required to facilitate the sought-after journey between the worlds.
    This stave represents a powerful force in which to invoke good luck for shared projects, is a useful aid in sympathetic magicks, brings forth help in unlooked for directions, and can even break anothers hold over you.
    Representing the etheric or astral body, Ehwaz properly bound together with the stave of Eihwaz will create a sigil used to invoke your fylgia, which one may then be-speak unto for aid in uniting one's harmonious mystical inspirations with the loving earthly self.
    This is often referred to as seidR, or as a soul-hunt, where-by Freyja or Odhinn are called forth as the Wild Hunter, bringing one energies under the guidance of their eternal wisdom, and can even provide a veiw for the true reason of one's destiny.
    Built from this sense of loyalty and dependance, a Trust is hence-forth created by a simple bond betwixt equals, and it is that of nothing more than the mental-spiritual construct, proving, once again, that motion is required to undertake any Task of Life.
     

FURTHER INSIGHT

That eighteenth I know,   never to tell,
neither to maid nor wife of man–
'tis best warded   if but one know it;
this speak I last of my spells–
but only unto her   in whose arms I lie,
or else to my sister also

    ...bear with us folks   ;)

homeward bound
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