8 thoughts on “ Uruz - Swastika (6) - Runa (CDr, Album) ”

  1. This album celebrates the great wisdom of ancient Nordic myths in a journey through the 24 runes.
  2. Uruz’s energy puts up a personal force field to empower you to retain your power, hindering those from robbing you of your spirit. Strength trained to your advantage forces others to stop exerting their power over you. “Hidden runes shalt thou seek and interpreted signs, many symbols of might and power,” was quoted in the Hávamál poem.
  3. Jul 01,  · The organic patterning energy of Uruz laces up the skin, sustains the ego and can be used to protect the psyche from trauma. Self-healing is the energy which pulls a diseased or ill form back toward its ‘primal blueprint’: the original, invisible shape intended by nature’s design. Uruz is the rune of the inner-King and inner-Queen.
  4. Uruz je druhá runa germánského futharku prostého. Vyslovuje se jako české U. Její název je překládán jako „pratur“. Pratur je symbolem velké síly a rychlosti, ale i síly a schopnosti člověka, který dokázal tak nebezpečné zvíře ulovit. Runa tedy znamená fyzickou sílu, .
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  6. Rune Poem for Uruz “ Ur byþ anmod ond oferhyrned, felafrecne deor, feohteþ mid hornum mære morstapa; þæt is modig wuht.” “The aurochs is proud and has great horns; it is a very savage beast and fights with its horns; a great ranger of the moors, it is a creature of mettle.” Rune Name – Uruz, pronounced Uruz Aett – Freyja’s.
  7. Uruz – Rune of Power. The Elder Futhark rune uruz is the rune referring to the now extinct European bison known as aurochs (uroxe in Swedish). Young men had to slay their first aurochs as a rite of passage. Hunting down this animal took both courage and perseverance.
  8. Uruz Until the 17th Century a mighty beast walked the earth, especially in the northern climes. He was boprimigenius, the aurochs. More commonly called the Wild Ox or Viking Ox, it was an animal known for its recalcitrance until trained, and its massive strength when put to good use.

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