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1. Ætt

fehu

wuR

punsaR

ansuR

raido

kaunan

gebo

wunjo

2. Ætt

haglaR

naudiR

isan

jeran

iwaR

perto

algiR - elhaR

sowilo

3. Ætt

tiwaR

berkanan

ehwaR

manR

laukaR - laguR

ingwaR

dagaR

opalan

dagaR
Old High German: dag, dagaz
Old English: dæg
Gothic: dags, daaz

Dæg byth drihtnes sond
deore mannum
mære metodes leoht
myrgth and tohiht
eadgum and earmum
eallum brice


Daeg is the Drighten´s sender - dear to man
The Metod´s great light, mirth and hope
To rich and poor, for all to enjoy.

dagaR Position dagaR Grip


Runic Galdr

d d d d d d d d
daaagaaaazzzz
daaagssss - daaaaaazzz


    Dagaz and Othala are exchanged in succession. Dagaz is being translated as "day" - including the night as a part of day. The celtogermanic day starts at the sunset. The appearance of the rune shows the polaritites, as well as the holy axe of the megalithic culture and of the indoeuropeans. The gestalt of this rune can also be seen as butterfly and then it symbolizes transformation.

Magic Powers

Mystical Inspiration
Invisibility
Opens the doors to higher self
Decreasing of narrow-mindedness
Amulets against doughtful situations of misunderstandings or bad company
Talisman for increasing of persistance in accomplishing important goals in life

Healing powers

Sphere of influence: anxiety states, psychic disorders and despondency. Used for strengthening of healthiness and anchoring within the higher Self.

Meaning in Divination (after B.King)

Ensurance and security. Clearance of the daylight in contrast to the uncertainty of the night. Time to start or plan activities.

Numerical Meaning

'Weird' number, acausal

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