Ehwaz

Wood Polished Wood Opal
Banded Opal Pink Opal Malachite
Red Jasper Tiger Eye Ice
Alternate Names:  Eys, Ehol, Ior, Eoh, Eykur, Eh, Eol
Ancient Meaning:  The equine form of the twin gods or heroes
Keywords:  Duality, movement, partnership, interaction, harmony
Description:
This rune typically signifies big changes –⁠ for the better. Transportation. May represent a horse, car, plane, boat or other vehicle. Slow but steady progress is indicated. Trust, loyalty, harmony, teamwork, an ideal partnership.

This rune also strengthens adjacent runes, adding clarification and solidarity to their meanings when in doubt. It is also connected with science and higher education.  Communication reaches peak harmony.

Ill-dignification could mean a change is craved. Haste, disharmony, betrayal. Feeling trapped. Paranoia and superstition.




Astrological Correspondence: Gemini
Tarot Correspondence: The Lovers
Gods/Goddesses: Freyja, Frey
Colour: White
Tree: Oak/Ash
Herb: Ragwort
Stones: Milky quartz, diamond, clear quartz, pearl, amber
Animals: Horse, hound, boar, cat, goat, falcon, hawk, eagle, bear
Element: Earth
Magic:

  • Brings wisdom
  • Increases magical potency
  • Speeds personal patterns
  • Enhances harmony in relationships

 

 

 

 

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