Eihwaz

So fitting considering my own spiritual rebirth journey

Rune Lore for All! (Rúnafræði fyrir alla!)

Elder Futhark: Eihwaz
Anglo-Saxon Futhorc: Eohl
Younger Futhark: **
Armanen Futhork: **


Letter : Ei

Number: 13


Anglo-Saxon Rune Poem :

The Yew is a tree with rough bark, hard and fast in the earth, supported by its roots, a guardian of flame and a joy upon an estate.


Old Icelandic Rune Poem :
**Eihwaz does not show up in the Younger Futhark. A lot of its meaning and power was absorbed in the rune, Yr. We will be discussing that rune later on.**

Norwegian Rune Poem :
**Eihwaz does not show up in the Younger Futhark. A lot of its meaning and power was absorbed in the rune, Yr. We will be discussing that rune later on.**

Armanen (18 Spell Songs of Óðinn) :
**Eihwaz does not show up in the Armanen Futhork. A lot of its meaning and power was absorbed in the rune, Yr. We will be discussing…

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