Nauthiz

THE TENTH RUNE OF THE ELDER FUTHARK

nauthiz
Rune of the Norns.

Name:

Old German – Nauthiz / Naudhiz ( “Need”)
Old Norse– Naudh (r) ( “Worry, Need, Compulsion”)
Old English – Nyd ( “Need, Worry”)
Gothic – Nauths ( “Necessity, Need”)
other: Nied, Not, Naut, Naud

Character: energetic and irreversible
Symbol: spindle of the Norns / sticks to make a fire
Phone: n

Associations:

Colour: grey, black
Stone: lapis lazuli
Plant: beech
Animal: rat, wolf
Number: 10
Phase of the Moon: new moon
Element: Fire

Divination Meaning:

Positive: need, necessity, resistance, persistence, rebellion, destiny, fate, release, rescue, renewal, revival, establishment of a new order, the power derived from the internal pressure

Negative: deficiency, deficit, lack, weakness, illness, unhappiness, depression, misery, poverty, adversity, blind fate, external pressure, coercion, necessity, obligation, restriction, doing what you need, not what would have wanted, indecision, uncertainty, hesitation, illness, trouble

Message:

Suffering is not your destiny. Do not let others decide for you, make decisions yourself. In the darkness it is easier to see the light. Do not postpone the decision indefinitely.

The rune associated with the Norns, Urd, Skuld and Verdandi who were controlling the length of human life just like the Greek Moerae and Roman Parcae. This rune can be perceived as a warning that something is wrong and you should not delay to solve the problem.

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Rune’s image was adapted from Mrooczlandia http://www.mrooczlandia.com/darmowe/index.php?plik=karty_runiczne

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