BIND RUNES: We see a lot of confusion with Post-Viking age symbology, in particular with the Icelandic staves. Whilst the staves may include runes, not all of them do. So whilst some may be classified as "bind runes", others are staves or symbols in their own right. This image shows a variety of symbols, all that have been commonly described as "bind runes". However, only 9, 11, 12, 13, and 15 are bind runes.
The eldest runestones, inscribed with Norse runes, date from the 4th century. These were the Elder Futhark runes. However, the most of the runestones were created during the late Viking Age and thus inscribed with theYounger Futhark runes. The runestones with Norse runes were usually erected to commemorate one or several deceased kinsmen, and in most cases these people died at home peacefully. Usually, men raised or commanded raising a runestone, while some of them are raised by women…
Rune Binding ∫ A Bind Rune is a symbol composed of several Runes, overlaid, one upon another, to form a single character, mainly designed to reach a precise purpose.This is believed to concentrate the power of the individual Runes into a more potent force. - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy
"Y entre sus raíces se encontraba un corazón, tan pequeño como el frágil puño de un recién nacido, y tan rojo como si se alimentase de sangre humana. Latía con agitación. No ignorando que seis ojos curiosos lo miraban con detenimiento". Más