(Clockwise from top left) Draumstafir - to dream of unfulfilled desires, Svefnthorn - place under someones pillow to make them sleep, Óttastafur - to put fear into an enemy, Lukkustafir - no bad luck or harm will come to anyone wearing it
tear-nanok: “Icelandic sigils ” On the top row, the two on the right aren’t Icelandic. I read UNVERIFIED that they are “vodou veve” and “goetic sigil”. The rest are typical and mighty fine examples of Icelandic galdrastafir - characterized by.
Talisman for Battle: Aegishjalmur commonly referred to as the “helm of awe” is a an ancient Scandinavian runic viking symbol. "raised by wolves" or “helm of awe” Its magical purpose is said to be protection and “irresistibility” in battle.
This sheet from the Huld Manuscript features at the top left, the "Vegvísir". Meaning "sign post", is is believed to help guide the wearer through bad weather without losing their way. The stave has become quite popular recently.