Solar time cycle : 16:00 27th February to 21:00 14th March
Esoteric symbol : The heavens
Stadha (Runic yoga stance) :
While standing straight, raise the arms to the sides and bend them at the
elbows at a 45 degree angle. forming a V to either side.
Rune gesture :
Galdr (Runic incantation) :
Tiwaz Tiwaz Tiwaz
Tu ta ti te to
Tur tar tir ter tor
Ot et it at ut
RUNE POEMS :
Anglo Saxon :
Tiw is a sign that spells
Confidence to the noble; unfailing
It holds true through the night clouds
Tyr is the one-handed of the Aesir;
Often has the smith the blow
Tyr is the one-handed god,
& the leavings of the wolf
& ruler of the temple.
The divinatory meaning of Tiwaz :
Tyr is the name of a war god so you can expect a fight. It signifies opposition that must be confronted with courage no matter what part of your life it affects whether personally, socially, legally, etc… You need the strength of your convictions. It is also a time to honour promises
Murkstave (Inverted meaning) :
Inverted it can signify a lost cause or futile battle. You may be outnumbered or outclassed. Alternatively it may mean you are in perpetual conflict where a resolution must be sought.
A fight, opposition, sanctified battle, righteousness, justice, honour, bravery, dedication, promises, oaths of allegiance, the warrior archetype, the spiritual warrior.
Futile conflict or a lost cause. The misapplication of the warrior energy.
The use of Tiwaz in magickal/Sigil workings
1. Obtaining just victory & success.
2. Building spiritual will.
3. Develops the power of positive self-sacrifice
4. Develops the “force of faith” in magick & religion.