Sterling Silver Tiwaz Rune Norse God Tyr Pendant
This rune pendant is made from .925 sterling silver and measures approx. 1" (25mm) long by 3/4" (15mm) wide. It comes on an black cord leather necklace and is delivered in a free velvet pouch.
Runes are a Norse alphabet developed around 200 BCE, from characters used for magical purposes. According to Norse myth, the alphabet was discovered in a vision by the god Odin. The word ‘rune’ literally means a ‘whisper’ or ‘secret.’ Runes have been used as a divinatory device from the beginning. In the present time, runes are used as a device for meditation and divination.
The Tiwaz Rune is named after Týr and was identified with this god. This rune can promise us success in our actions but this time without personal sacrifice. It also means success in “legal” matters but only if we were in the right to begin with.