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The following are the third 8 runes which are part of the third Aett.    Click on titles above to go to other Aett pages.   

Rune Symbol and Representative Artwork Description
Teiwaz
Teiwaz “tea-wawz” is the first rune in the third aett. Its phonetic sound is “T” as in two. It represents the sky god Teiwaz and is a warrior rune. Successful use is achievable only with sacrifice. Some of its qualities are enthusiasm and motivation.
Magically it is used for victory over adversity or injustice.
Berkana
Berkana “bare-kawn-oh” is the second rune in the third aett and represents the birch tree. Its phonetic sound is “B” as in birth. For the ancient peoples the birch symbolized spring and the beginning of new life or something tangible.
Magically it aids in fertility, relationships, and business ventures.
Ehwaz
Ehwaz “ay-wawz” is the third rune in the third aett and is the horse rune. Its phonetic sound is “E” as in memory. The horse was the most sacred animal of ancient pagans. It symbolizes movement and change for the better and a strong bond.
Magically it is used to bring about change and create bonds.
Mannaz
Mannaz “mawn-nawz” is the fourth rune in the third aett and represents man and mankind. Its phonetic sound is “M” as in mate. It symbolizes basic human qualities and cooperation. It is referred to as a rune of the mind and of knowing oneself.
Magically it is used to gain aid and the cooperation of others.
Laguz
Laguz “law-gooze”is the fifth rune in the third aett and represents water. Its phonetic sound is “L” as in long. It relates to flow, the sea, emotion, and intuition. Its power is embodied in the flow of the tides and the period of transition from one state to another. Magically it is seen to accelerate flow of the mind.
Inguz
Inguz “eeeng-wawz” is the sixth rune in the third aett. Its phonetic sound is “NG” as in sing. It is the symbol of light and represents Inguz the god of male fertility and the house hearth. This rune channels potential energy.
Magically it is used to build energy gradually and release it in a burst.
 
Dagaz
Dagaz “daw-gauze” is the seventh rune in the third aett and means day. Its phonetic sound is “D” as in dark. Its shape represents stable balance between opposites especially light and dark and is sometimes called the dawn rune.
Magically it has great protective powers and opens new possibilities.
Othila
Othila “oath-awe-law” is the eighth rune in the third aett and represents homeland. Its phonetic sound is “O” as in own. Its shape represents an enclosure whose contents cannot be taken away. It relates to possessions and inheritance.
Magically it is used to protect wealth and the health of the elderly.

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