Wednesday, April 6, 2011


Tiwaz, the rune that takes the shape of an arrow or spear with the meaning of ‘binding agreements‘. The god of war and oaths, Tyr, is the god associated with this rune. Tiwaz has the fortnight stemming from the 27th of February to the 14th of March and the hour of 4:30 to 5:30.

Interestingly, Tiwaz has association with the North Star (the very star that is said to never fail) and because of the fact that the god in connection with Tiwaz itself is the god of oaths, Tiwaz happens to be the rune of unbreakable oaths. Also due to the connection with Tyr, Tiwaz happens to be the rune representing spears. The trees of this rune is the oak and hazel.

In divination, if Tiwaz appears upright it obviously talks of binding oaths wether it be an oath with a friend or marriage to your lover. Tiwaz also indicates lasting love unlikely broken. For women, it indicates a strong and attractive man will love her greatly with the downside of a possible sacrifice to ensure being able to be with this man.

When inverted, Tiwaz suggests that there will be actions of dishonour, treason and general selfishness. Eyes should be kept wide and open to learn of from whom. For women, an inverted Tiwaz suggests a shallow relationship with a man.

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