Sunday, November 21, 2010

November 21 - 27, 2010 - Inguz


Inguz is the suffix –ing

Anglo-Saxon rune poem (from

Ing was first seen by men among the East-Danes,
till, followed by his chariot,he departed eastwards over the waves.So the Heardingas named the hero
Inguz is the is the fruitful seed, ripe with potential. Recently, while contemplating Inguz, it came to me that it represents male energy, in that sense that it is activating and active, but also it’s form can also hold within it great potential, power that can be tapped, that is often not apparent by the surface. A tiny grain of pollen seems like a miniscule thing, but from it’s cycle, comes forth all manner of fruit, grain and infant plants. So it is with the sperm cell, which is tiny, but yet within it is the potential energy of new life. Inguz signifies both that male power, but also that energy, both in its potential, but also in its activating and active expression. This week is about that energy in all of its forms, and how it interacts with the runes that speak for the days ensuing

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