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Rune stone Ægishjálmr altar

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 Altars are the center of ritual workings and are a sacred space. Many altars will change depending on what rituals the person is working on at any given point and time. Use this altar as a means to create the ideal ritual working space for yourself.

Benefits of using altars:

  • Used as a center piece in your sacred space

  • Help you to interact with your chosen deities

  • Adds a unique touch to your altar area

  • Perfect addition as home décor item

Dimensions: roughly 8 by 5 inches

Learn more about pagan ritual tools here here:

https://oreamnosoddities.com/blogs/news/magical-tools-in-paganism

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The Elder Futhark is the oldest form of the runic alphabets. It was a writing system used by Germanic tribes for Northwest Germanic dialects in the Migration Period. Its inscriptions are found on artifacts from the 2nd to the 8th centuries. In Scandinavia, from the late 8th century, the script was simplified to the Younger Futhark, and the Anglo-Saxons and Frisians extended the Futhark, which eventually became the Anglo-Saxon futhorc. Unlike the Anglo-Saxon furhorc and the Younger Futharks, which remained in use during the Early and the High Middle Ages respectively, knowledge of how to read the Elder Futhark was forgotten until 1865, when it was deciphered by Norwegian scholar Sophus Bugge.

 

The Helm of Awe or Helm of Terror (Ægishjálmr) is an Icelandic magical stave. A physical object called "Helm of Terror" is referenced as one item Sigurd takes from the dragon Fafnir's hoard after he slays him in Völsunga saga.

An ancient Norse symbol that goes by a few names, the Helm of Awe, Aegishjalmur, Viking Compass, coming from the Viking era. The name Aegishjalmur is derived from the God of the ocean of Jotunheim, Aegir. Jotunheim is the land of the frost giants, one of the nine realms of Norse mythology. In the Poetic Edda, the Helm of Awe makes an appearance when the dragon Fafnir claims that he derives invincibility from bearing the symbol.

 The Helm of Awe

I wore before the sons of men

In defense of my treasure;

Amongst all, I alone was strong,

I thought to myself,

For I found no power a match for my own.

 In the Viking era, some would wear the symbol between their brows as a sign of strength in battle, believing, like the dragon Fafnir, that it would grant them victory in battle. The trident looking arms of the symbol are Z runes which symbolize protection and victory in battle. The Helm of Awe was also said to provide mental and spiritual protection as well as physical. The circle in the center is meant to symbolize the protection of those bearing the Helm of Awe.

   

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We insist that you love everything you buy from us. If you're unhappy for any reason whatsoever, just let us know and we'll do everything we can to resolve any issues you may have.

Ordering from Oreamnos Oddities is 100% safe and secure Your privacy is our top priority and your personal information is 100% confidential. We value your privacy! All orders are also shipped in a discreet, unmarked generic box.

 Altars are the center of ritual workings and are a sacred space. Many altars will change depending on what rituals the person is working on at any given point and time. Use this altar as a means to create the ideal ritual working space for yourself.

Benefits of using altars:

  • Used as a center piece in your sacred space

  • Help you to interact with your chosen deities

  • Adds a unique touch to your altar area

  • Perfect addition as home décor item

Dimensions: roughly 8 by 5 inches

Learn more about pagan ritual tools here here:

https://oreamnosoddities.com/blogs/news/magical-tools-in-paganism

 HANDMADE IN THE USA

The Elder Futhark is the oldest form of the runic alphabets. It was a writing system used by Germanic tribes for Northwest Germanic dialects in the Migration Period. Its inscriptions are found on artifacts from the 2nd to the 8th centuries. In Scandinavia, from the late 8th century, the script was simplified to the Younger Futhark, and the Anglo-Saxons and Frisians extended the Futhark, which eventually became the Anglo-Saxon futhorc. Unlike the Anglo-Saxon furhorc and the Younger Futharks, which remained in use during the Early and the High Middle Ages respectively, knowledge of how to read the Elder Futhark was forgotten until 1865, when it was deciphered by Norwegian scholar Sophus Bugge.

 

The Helm of Awe or Helm of Terror (Ægishjálmr) is an Icelandic magical stave. A physical object called "Helm of Terror" is referenced as one item Sigurd takes from the dragon Fafnir's hoard after he slays him in Völsunga saga.

An ancient Norse symbol that goes by a few names, the Helm of Awe, Aegishjalmur, Viking Compass, coming from the Viking era. The name Aegishjalmur is derived from the God of the ocean of Jotunheim, Aegir. Jotunheim is the land of the frost giants, one of the nine realms of Norse mythology. In the Poetic Edda, the Helm of Awe makes an appearance when the dragon Fafnir claims that he derives invincibility from bearing the symbol.

 The Helm of Awe

I wore before the sons of men

In defense of my treasure;

Amongst all, I alone was strong,

I thought to myself,

For I found no power a match for my own.

 In the Viking era, some would wear the symbol between their brows as a sign of strength in battle, believing, like the dragon Fafnir, that it would grant them victory in battle. The trident looking arms of the symbol are Z runes which symbolize protection and victory in battle. The Helm of Awe was also said to provide mental and spiritual protection as well as physical. The circle in the center is meant to symbolize the protection of those bearing the Helm of Awe.

   

Fast shipping We ship all orders within 1-2 days.

Returns are easy, Simply contact us and send your item back to get either a full refund or exchange within 30 days!

Here's a couple more great reasons to buy from us:

We insist that you love everything you buy from us. If you're unhappy for any reason whatsoever, just let us know and we'll do everything we can to resolve any issues you may have.

Ordering from Oreamnos Oddities is 100% safe and secure Your privacy is our top priority and your personal information is 100% confidential. We value your privacy! All orders are also shipped in a discreet, unmarked generic box.

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09/07/2020

Alu Ula

Great product, I really love supporting small pagan business and enjoy putting these magical creations in my space. This piece you can tell, was made with love and care. Extremely happy with my purchase and will be buying again from this place in the future.

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Justen N.
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04/02/2020

Awesome tshirt!

Love this tshirt one for how soft it is and another for the epic Veldismagn stave on the front. Someone called it a snowflake and now I no longer talk to them :D

JP
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