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Elder Futhark Rune Meanings

Freya's 1st Aett

kenaz elder futhark rune symbol and meaning

KENAZ

KENAZ GALDR (RUNIC CHANT)

​Kenaz kenaz kenaz

Ku ka ki ke ko

Kun kan kin ken kon

Ok ek ik ak uk

kaunnnnnnnnnnn

(Galdr source: “A Handbook of Rune Magic” by Edred Thorsson)

 

KENAZ OTHER NAMES:

​Kenaz Old Germanic name: Chozma

Kenaz Old Norwegian name: Kauna

Kenaz Anglo-Saxon name: Cen, Ken

Kenaz Old Celtic name: Ken

Kenaz Old Icelandic name: Kaun

kenaz elder futhark rune symbol and meaning

Kenaz Overall Meaning: Kenaz is the Rune of discovering your true personality and Ego. You will reach your goals, so don’t give up or get distracted. It is the time in your life when the veil is being lifted and whatever was unclear to you is now coming to light. You have a chance to understand yourself on a deeper level and to build strong relationship with others.

kenaz elder futhark rune symbol and meaning
kenaz elder futhark rune symbol and meaning in meditation and ritual

RUNE KENAZ IN MEDITATION & RITUALS

Kenaz is the symbol of purging and cleansing from anything negative.

In ancient times, Rune Kenaz was used during the ceremony when a boy would become a man, a Viking Warrior.

 

Rune Kenaz is great not only for channeling energy but also to tap into different dimensions and astral projections. It will lighten up your path and will uncover the knowledge and truth if you are open and ready to receive it.

 

Kenaz helps to understand yourself on a deeper level and also to learn how to read people and their true intentions.

 

Kenaz is often used as a part of Bindrune in ritual magic, as well as an amulet and talisman. The Rune helps to find that which seems lost, to cure illnesses, conceive a baby, develop artistic qualities and accomplish your goals.

 

Combine with Rune Algiz to add more love and emotion into the relationship picture or with Rune Berkana for that kick of sexual drive you may be missing at this time. That said, note that with Berkana you can also fall pregnant, so do think this through.