Viking Aegishjalmur Warrior Battle Invincible Rune Handmade Pewter Pendant
This Helm of Awe, also known as Aegishjalmur, is an Icelandic stave rune which evokes protection and invincibility in battle. A stave is a rune repeated eightfold, radiating power in all directions. This stave is of the Algiz rune from the Younger Futhark, symbolic of the Wild Elks weaponry: protective, yet deadly horns. On the top left of the outer rim is the Wolfsangel rune, which is symbolic of order over chaos and freedom from oppression.
Engraved in the outer rim are many bind runes (runes of two or more in combination), designed with protection in mind. The runes on the top right are that of Thurisaz and Teiwaz, which are sacred to the gods Thor and Tyr. Thurisaz magical meaning is that of passive defence, symbolised by the thorn plant. Several of the bind runes are words of power, such as Rik and Fang. Fang is a combination of the Fehu, Ansuz, and Ing Runes, and is invoked to break bonds, both physical and mental. Rik is a word of power made of Raidho, Isa, and Ken runes. The scaled portions on the rim of the pendant are stylised reptilian armour, one of the most evolved forms of natures protection.
Made of high quality excelsior pewter. Double sided design.
Approx. pendant size: 2.86 centimetre in diameter. Weight: 14 grams.
Black cord option comes with an approx. 36 inch or 91.44 cm cord and a (lead free) pewter accent bead with laminated ends.
Chain option comes with a 2 mm flat link stainless steel chain of either 18 , 20 , 22 inch standard length or a 18 inch chain with an extension up to 4 inches ( 22 inch total ) in length for more flexibility and a lead free pewter accent bead. Wear them with or without bead!