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Map of secrets: Check out our interactive map of Iceland with the best, well kept secrets from the native experts, the Icelanders themselves, to you. We hope to see you up here soon! There is so many things for you to do, gems to be found, places to see and nature forces to explore. See all of their secrets on the map right here (so cool..): http://inspiredbyice.staging.wpengine.com/secrets/map/

Map of secrets: Check out our interactive map of Iceland with the best, well kept secrets from the native experts, the Icelanders themselves, to you. We hope to see you up here soon! There is so many things for you to do, gems to be found, places to see and nature forces to explore. See all of their secrets on the map right here (so cool..): http://inspiredbyice.staging.wpengine.com/secrets/map/

For travelers visiting Iceland, the Blue Lagoon is high on almost everyone’s bucket list. It’s warm, milky blue water and otherworldly appearance is like something out of a dream. On my last trip to Iceland, I took the day to relax and play around in the lagoon, and it was magical! While the silica and sulphur in the water of the Blue Lagoon are amazing for your skin, beware. The geothermal water can have negative effects on hair, especially for women!

While the silica and sulphur in the water of the Blue Lagoon are amazing for your skin, beware. Here's how to protect and treat Blue Lagoon hair!

VEGVISIR COMPASS: the Norse symbol of protection. “Vegvisir” is icelandic for “guidepost”. They believe that the wearer of this symbol won’t get lost and will always find his/her way.

Back of neck/finger VEGVISIR COMPASS: the Norse symbol of protection. “Vegvisir” is icelandic for “guidepost”. They believe that the wearer of this symbol won’t get lost and will always find his/her way.

Ralph Blum - Traditional Meanings of the Viking Runes, “The Book of Runes: A Handbook for the Use of an Ancient Oracle”, 1982.

Ralph Blum - Traditional Meanings of the Viking Runes, “The Book of Runes: A Handbook for the Use of an Ancient Oracle”,

Sabine Baring Gould - Icelandic Magical Staves, “Iceland: Its Scenes and Sagas”, 1863.Icelandic magical staves (sigils) are symbols called Galdrastafur in Icelandic, and are credited with magical effect preserved in various grimoires dating from the 17th century and later. According to the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft, the effects credited to most of the staves were very relevant to the average Icelanders of the time, who were mostly subsistence farmers and had to deal with…

Sabine Baring Gould - Icelandic Magical Staves, “Iceland: Its Scenes and Sagas”, Icelandic magical staves (sigils) are symbols called Galdrastafur in Icelandic, and are credited with magical effect preserved in various grimoires dating from the.

Ralph Blum - Traditional Meanings of the Viking Runes, “The Book of Runes: A Handbook for the Use of an Ancient Oracle”, 1982.

Ralph Blum - Traditional Meanings of the Viking Runes, “The Book of Runes: A Handbook for the Use of an Ancient Oracle”,