Stav Runes (Hagl)

The Stav | What is Stav | Origin of Stav | Stav Philosophies | Weapon or Unarmed Training | Stav Stances | Stav and Asatru | Laug In Action or the Water of Life | Stav Haiku | Horse in Iron Age Society | The Stav Runes Meaning: Hailstones Symbolises: Rainbow between Heaven (God) and Earth (Mankind) Mythology: Heimdall – Watcher, teacher, and guardian Fylgja: Ram Class:...

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Stav Runes (Kreft)

The Stav | What is Stav | Origin of Stav | Stav Philosophies | Weapon or Unarmed Training | Stav Stances | Stav and Asatru | Laug In Action or the Water of Life | Stav Haiku | Horse in Iron Age Society | The Stav Runes Meaning: Cancer, canker Symbolises: Malignancy, the left hand path Mythology: Loki Fylgja: Monsters, dragons, snakes Tree: Spruce Plant: Wormwood Class: Trell, but...

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Stav Runes (Rei)

The Stav | What is Stav | Origin of Stav | Stav Philosophies | Weapon or Unarmed Training | Stav Stances | Stav and Asatru | Laug In Action or the Water of Life | Stav Haiku | Horse in Iron Age Society | The Stav Runes Meaning: A road, a ride Symbolises: A wild hunt, Death, Transformation, Travel Mythology: Hel – The Goddess of Death Fylgja: Red rooster Tree: Elder Plant:...

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Stav Runes (As)

The Stav | What is Stav | Origin of Stav | Stav Philosophies | Weapon or Unarmed Training | Stav Stances | Stav and Asatru | Laug In Action or the Water of Life | Stav Haiku | Horse in Iron Age Society | The Stav Runes Meaning: Kingship, the God Head. Symbolises: Knowledge, shamanic man riding an eight legged horse. Mythology: Odin, Wotan Fylgja: Ravens, eagles, wolves, horses, ...

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Stav Runes (Thor)

The Stav | What is Stav | Origin of Stav | Stav Philosophies | Weapon or Unarmed Training | Stav Stances | Stav and Asatru | Laug In Action or the Water of Life | Stav Haiku | Horse in Iron Age Society | The Stav Runes Meaning: Thunder, war Symbolises: Power, protection Mythology: Thor Fylgja: Goat Class: Herse Tree: Rowan Plant: Burdock Day: Thursday Old Norwegian Rune...

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Stav Runes (Ur)

The Stav | What is Stav | Origin of Stav | Stav Philosophies | Weapon or Unarmed Training | Stav Stances | Stav and Asatru | Laug In Action or the Water of Life | Stav Haiku | Horse in Iron Age Society | The Stav Runes Meaning: Aurochs (Wild Ox or Ur meaning primal, ochs meaning Ox) Symbolises: Primal raw force of nature, very old, very strong. Mythology: Vidar, second ...

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Stav Runes (Fe)

The Stav | What is Stav | Origin of Stav | Stav Philosophies | Weapon or Unarmed Training | Stav Stances | Stav and Asatru | Laug In Action or the Water of Life | Stav Haiku | Horse in Iron Age Society | The Stav Runes Meaning: Animals in particular cattle, domestic animals. Symbolises: Riches, success. Mythology: Frey (Twin brother of Freya) Fylgja: Deer, boar, hog. Class...

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Stav Haiku

The Stav | What is Stav | Origin of Stav | Stav Philosophies | Weapon or Unarmed Training | Stav Stances | Stav and Asatru | Laug In Action or the Water of Life | Stav Haiku | Horse in Iron Age Society | The Stav Runes Haiku is a form of poetry, originating in Japan, in which the poet expresses the idea in his mind using only 17 syllables, divided into three lines of 5, 7 and 5...

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Laug In Action or the Water of Life

The Stav | What is Stav | Origin of Stav | Stav Philosophies | Weapon or Unarmed Training | Stav Stances | Stav and Asatru | Laug In Action or the Water of Life | Stav Haiku | Horse in Iron Age Society | The Stav Runes So, we all know about water. It is the clear, (hopefully) odourless, neutral acid/alkali liquid that makes up around 60% of the human body. Most of the surface of...

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Stav Weapon or Unarmed Training

The Stav | What is Stav | Origin of Stav | Stav Philosophies | Weapon or Unarmed Training | Stav Stances | Stav and Asatru | Laug In Action or the Water of Life | Stav Haiku | Horse in Iron Age Society | The Stav Runes A question about Stav that frequently comes up is: Why the emphasis on weapon training in Stav martial practice when we don’t carry weapons any more? First ...

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