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Aegisjalmur

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The Aegishjalmur is the best-known Icelandic magical symbol. It means "helmet of fear" (or "terror bar") and is supposed to cause fear and be invincible, especially during fights. It is a measure of protection. In fact, the Vikings and more generally the Germans painted on their foreheads. In this way, they hoped to hypnotize the enemy.

It is found in the Sagas where it gives power and domination at the same time that it inspires fear among the enemy. The Aegishjalmur is said to be a brand of the psyche of Odin, where his magical power. To activate it, it can be worn as a jewel, transcribed on a vellum on itself or tattooed on the skin (of either interim or final).

This symbol contains two digital models considered sacred in Scandinavian mythology: the 3 and 8. And above all, the Aegishjalmur includes the elhaz rune in its graphics. Elhaz is the fifteenth letter of the Futhark alphabet and symbolises protection. Through it, all evil is repelled. She uses the spirituality circuit, or even of the divine. Where the link of the symbol with the Nordic god Odin. Elhaz appears sixteen times in the Aegishjalmur, starting from each end and at the start of the Center. What gives power to the symbol.
The Aegishjalmur is the best-known Icelandic magical symbol. It means "helmet of fear" (or "terror bar") and is supposed to cause fear and be invincible, especially during fights. It is a measure of protection. In fact, the Vikings and more generally the Germans painted on their foreheads. In this way, they hoped to hypnotize the enemy.

It is found in the Sagas where it gives power and domination at the same time that it inspires fear among the enemy. The Aegishjalmur is said to be a brand of the psyche of Odin, where his magical power. To activate it, it can be worn as a jewel, transcribed on a vellum on itself or tattooed on the skin (of either interim or final).

This symbol contains two digital models considered sacred in Scandinavian mythology: the 3 and 8. And above all, the Aegishjalmur includes the elhaz rune in its graphics. Elhaz is the fifteenth letter of the Futhark alphabet and symbolises protection. Through it, all evil is repelled. She uses the spirituality circuit, or even of the divine. Where the link of the symbol with the Nordic god Odin. Elhaz appears sixteen times in the Aegishjalmur, starting from each end and at the start of the Center. What gives power to the symbol.

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Reviewed by moreau baron
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 2, 2018
Un très grand soin apporté aux créations, qui sont d'une belle qualité! bravo le fabularium!!
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Gibu Auja, rune of chance

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Jan 16, 2018
Dandelion earrings

Reviewed by moreau baron
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 2, 2018
Très jolies boucles, de qualité et réalisées avec grand soin! je suis très heureuse de mon achat
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Dandelion earrings

Reviewed by moreau baron
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 2, 2018
J'aime beaucoup les créations du Fabularium, elles sont originales et réalisées avec soin.
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Rune of protection

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