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#1020 Silver Nauthiz Rune Ring
♦925 Sterling silver with Gilding.
♦925 Sterling silver
Ring width: 0.24 in. or 6 mm.
Ring Size: 6.5 to 11.5 (US Sizes).
Production: Hand Made
Production time: 2-3 weeks.
- Divinity : Skuld
- Letter : N as in now (Pronounces "Now-dthiz")
- Symbol : Two sticks rubbing themselves to start some fire
- Element : Fire
- Tree : European Beech ( Fagus sylvatica ) and Rowan ( Sorbus aucuparia )
- Plant : Bistort ( Polygonium bistorta )
- Stone : Onyx, Obsidian
- Color : The red and the black
- Animal : Dog
Nauthiz is the rune of the ordeal, it represents the necessary sacrifice we have to accept to obtain the overcoming of the present difficulties. It invites us to accept our fate ( wyrd ) to make it constructive: the choice between to allow the situation to deteriorate or to do the necessary cleanse in order to have the choice to build again.
In runic magic Nauthiz is used as protection against the magic attacks, the binding spells, the neutralization of the aggressors. It is also employed to slow down, to delay, to hinder or to hamper somebody or something. However to use the static fire of Naudhiz is dangerous and it is necessary to act with many precautions in case of use. Moreover it gave its name to the curse wand : Nidhstöng.
Divinatory value : Sacrifice. It is recommended to be careful for the success of the projects. To act with audacity is absolutely disadvised. Sensation of powerlessness in front of events.
Spiritual value : The shackles of the materialism were rejected, the researcher recognizes a spiritual dimension to the material world. While we release ourselves from constraints of the desire, Naudhiz shows us an insight of the magic world which coexists within the physical world.
Physiological value : Nervous system, psyche, immune system, skin disease, the heart, the shoulders. The joints and their chronic diseases.
Wisdom guidance : " Concentrate on the essentials! Don't let us be fooled by the superfluous."