Bracelet Elder Futhark and Vegvisir  - Paracord
Bracelet Elder Futhark and Vegvisir  - Paracord
Bracelet Elder Futhark and Vegvisir  - Paracord


Bracelet Elder Futhark and Vegvisir - Paracord

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 Elder Futhark and Vegvisir Bracelet - Paracord

A smaller bracelet, suitable for the smaller wrists. This  bracelet uses Paracord as a base for the wrap, and culminating in a Vegvisir surrounded by a Rune Circle of Elder Futhark Runes. 

Stylish, solid, and a great addition to your accessories

 Ensamvarg Spoiler: 

“The Vegvisir (Icelandic Vegvísir - “That Which Shows the Way;” pronounced “VEGG-vee-seer”) is a symbol described only in one modern Icelandic collection of spells, the so-called Huld manuscript.

The Vegvisir and the Elder Futhark Rune Circle are not historically correct to be together. But that does not stop them forming a powerful symbol. 

The Elder Futhark predates the 800CE, as far back as to before 100 BCE or earlier, while the Vegvisir is from a manuscript dated close to 1800CE.

With regards to the Vegvisir and the Huld manuscript, that book of Magick only says one sentence on it: “If this sign is carried, one will never lose one’s way in storms or bad weather, even when the way is not known.”

The Huld manuscript was compiled during the nineteenth century – about eight centuries after the end of the Viking Age. While some of its material may date from the time when the pre-Christian Norse religion was still a living tradition, much of the rest of it is heavily influenced by Christianity and magical practices imported from more southerly parts of Europe.

While their is no direct evidence of the Vegvisir ever being used during the Viking Age or earlier, it is non the less a very powerful Talisman when activated. 

So, while calling the Vegvisir a definite “Viking symbol” may not be 100% accurate, it has come to represent much of what the Viking stood for, and more specifically the Power of the Runes, and the Galdrastafir of the Icelandic mages.

 The accurate version would have two dots under the arch on the NE corner stave, but when casting in metal this is not always easily achieved, hence why most Amulet Necklaces do not have these.

Metals Type: Zinc Alloy
Clasp Type: Lace-up
Chain Type: Rope

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