Runes of Love
The Viking Runes of Love
Viking Runes of love and its origin.
Runes dates back to an age of over 2200 years, but there is evidence that existed long before. Viking runes are among the oldest in the Nordic European source and in its origin were used as alphabet. Over time were modified to get to what is more commonly known today, the Viking runes consisting of 24 symbols.
These symbols are a representation of the Vikings wisdom, since in its symbolism is represented the knowledge and connection with hereafter. The gods speak through the runes and through them leave their message, which is to be interpreted by the oracle and give it the correct meaning for each issue.
The oracle of the runes of love gives us the opportunity to somehow establish direct contact with the self. Actually it's not a tool to know the future, rather advise us so we can understand more clearly and how to focus our energy when dealing with concerns and obstacles found on our path of life.
Viking runes alphabet are also used today as a means of writing and as cryptographic writing.
These are the names of twenty-four runes of love: Fehu, Kenaz, Wunjo, Berkano, Sowilo, Mannaz, Dagaz, Hagalaz, Gebo, Tiwaz, Ingwaz, Nauthiz, Othala, Jera, Uruz, Thurisaz, Elhaz, Ansuz, Raidho, Perthro, Laguz, Eihwaz, Ehwaz, Ise.