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This Viking Helm of Awe Compass Pendant Necklace Inspired by Vikings was known for its ferocity and sailing ability as symbolized Brave travelers, Warriors, and Farmers, and they were often expected to be good at all three.
The Vikings Vegvisir Runic Compass Myth Legend Warrior Inspired by the Necklace.
Vegvisir Runic Compass, The Viking Compass first recorded in the Huld Manuscript, by Geir Vigfusson in the 19th century. It depicts the Vegvisir symbol, which means to "shows the way”, combined “vegur” means way, with “visir”, means pointer.
In the Huld Manuscript, carried this sign in the Vegvisir mentioned as a symbol of guidance and protection “the wearer or owner of this symbol will not lose his way during storms and bad weather, even if he does not know of his (wearer) destination.
The Helm Of Awe or Aegishjalmr Symbol
The Helm of Awe is one of several runic symbols that we know about from 17th-century Icelandic grimoires that preserve some of the earlier Viking magical practices more commonly known as “the Helm of Awe”.
For ultimate protection, the Norse particularly women draw this symbol between their eyes on their forehead, the Helm of Awe worked best when it was inscribed with either blood or spit of the wearer.