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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.

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.

This is the Norse protection symbol called Vegvísir, which has a deep meaning. The Icelandic word literally means ‘guidepost’ or ‘direction sign’. In modern popular culture the Vegvísir is often called Runic Compass or See the Way. It is often associated with the Viking Age, which is not correct: this symbol is from the 17th century Icelandic grimoire called Galdrabók (‘magic book’). Vegvísir was drawn on one’s forehead with blood to prevent a person from getting lost.

This is the Norse protection symbol called Vegvísir, which has a deep meaning. The Icelandic word literally means ‘guidepost’ or ‘direction sign’. In modern popular culture the Vegvísir is often called Runic Compass or See the Way. It is often associated with the Viking Age, which is not correct: this symbol is from the 17th century Icelandic grimoire called Galdrabók (‘magic book’). Vegvísir was drawn on one’s forehead with blood to prevent a person from getting lost.

Vegvisir - The Icelandic word literally means ‘guidepost’: It is a Norse protection symbol, intended to help the bearer find their way through bad weather. ”if this sign is carried, one will never lose one’s way… even when the way is not known”

Vegvisir - The Icelandic word literally means ‘guidepost’: It is a Norse protection symbol, intended to help the bearer find their way through bad weather. ”if this sign is carried, one will never lose one’s way… even when the way is not known”

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