This article will deal with the First Rune, known as Fehu, which was pronounced like the English letter “F”. The shape of Fehu resembles the modern letter. The name of this Rune sounds like “Fay Who”. It literally means “cattle”. It relates, symbolically, to material possessions, and money, as the ancient Scandinavians used cows almost as a form of money. Not surprisingly, the word “Fehu” is related to the English word “fee”.There is a connection between Fehu and material possessions. Thus, in Nova Thought, Fehu correlates to the Stone Principle. Fehu is sacred to the God Frey, twin brother of Freya. Frey is the Norse God of Fertility, Peace and Prosperity. Fehu can mean Spiritual Wealth, as well as Posterity.
In Norse Legends, in the beginning there was nothing but Fire and Ice. The first living being, Audhumbla the cow, and Ymir, the first Jotun (“Frost Giant”), emerged from the mingling of Fire and Ice. The cow licked the Ice, and formed Buri, who became the Ancestor of the Gods. One has to note that the descendants of Buri, Odin, Vili and Ve, his grandchildren by his son Borr, eventually killed Ymir, using his body to create the Universe and the material World. Thus, Order conquered Chaos. This should ring a bell, for those following this Examiner’s Nova Thought series.
Meditate on Fehu to increase Abundance, advance spiritually, or to communicate with one’s Inner Self and Spirit Guides. Fehu can beautify and enrich your life. Use Fehu to enhance your Abundance Affirmations.
You might say, for example: “Abundance comes to me always and from everywhere.”
The following sell or teach about Runes in the Fort Lauderdale area:
Medicine Signs Spitirual Center
Are you a passionate, knowledgeable writer? Follow this link for an application form to become an Examiner yourself!
Do you have an opinion about this article? Please post a comment below!