Part Two – Learning to read 24 Playing Cards

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To avoid having to write the names of the countries as I give the meanings to the cards, I will shorten them to…

B = (Bulgarian), P = (Polish), R = (Romanian), and S = (Scottish)

The Clubs:

Ace of Clubs:

B: Upright: new and strong relationships, marriage, engagements

Reversed: broken relationships, divorce, break up, cancelation of engagement

P: worry, illness

R: Upright: love

Reversed: love problems, sometimes false love

S: letter

Seven Clubs (Romanian only) -Nine of Clubs (all the others)

B: small tears, loss, distain, indifference, unconcern

P: short journey

R: tears

S: house

Ten of Clubs:

B: serious tears, trifling worries, grief, death

P: longer journey

R: short journey or travelling by day

S: good time

Jack of Clubs:

B: young man, dark hair with blue, green, teal eyes

Good friend or advisor, good shoulder to cry on, wise life

P: young men, bachelors with dark or brown hair

R: young man with dark hair and dark eyes

S: young male or female

Queen of Clubs:

B: women with dark hair with blue, green, teal eyes

True friend, trust this person, has your best interest at heart

P: women with dark or brown hair

R: women with dark eyes

S: women

King of Clubs:

B: older man with dark to grey hair

Wealthy business man, your good is his priority, business matters, Statesman

P: dark or brown hair, serious and solemn

R: man with dark hair and dark eyes

S: man

 

Bulgarian Card Meanings:

Ace of Clubs:

Upright: new and strong relationships, marriage, engagements

Reversed: broken relationships, divorce, break up, cancelation of engagement

Nine of Clubs:

Small tears, loss, distain, indifference, unconcern

Ten of Clubs: Serious tears, trifling worries, grief, death

Jack of Clubs: Young man, dark hair with blue, green, teal eyes

Good friend or advisor, good shoulder to cry on, wise life

Queen of Clubs:

Women with dark hair with blue, green, teal eyes

True friend, trust this person, has your best interest at heart

King of Clubs: Older man with dark to grey hair

Wealthy business man, your good is his priority, business matters, Statesman

 

Polish Card Meanings:

Ace of Clubs: Worry, illness

Nine of Clubs: Short journey

Ten of Clubs: Longer journey

Jack of Clubs: Young men, bachelors with dark or brown hair

Queen of Clubs: Women with dark or brown hair

King of Clubs: Dark or brown hair, serious and solemn

 

Romanian Card Meanings:

Ace of Clubs:

Upright: new and strong relationships, marriage, engagements

Reversed: broken relationships, divorce, break up, cancelation of engagement

Seven Clubs: Tears

Ten of Clubs: Short journey or travelling by day

Jack of Clubs: Young man with dark hair and dark eyes

Queen of Clubs: Women with dark eyes

King of Clubs: Man with dark hair and dark eyes

 

Scottish Card Meanings:

Ace of Clubs: Letter

Nine of Clubs: House

Ten of Clubs: Good time

Jack of Clubs: Young male or female

Queen of Clubs: Women

King of Clubs: Man

 

My scribbles – Part 2 in reading 24 Playing Cards

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Magdalena in her blog introduces the reader to the Boarding Reading her Grandmother used in Poland. The steps are fairly simple.

A: choose a significator card.
B: shuffle and cut the cards into 3 piles.
C: turn the piles over and read the first 3 cards
D: place the deck back together and then lay the cards into 3 piles of 8
E: start at the choose significator and then count 3 cards in any direction from that card
F: when you stop at a card then that becomes your new starting point
G: you choose how short or long you want the reading to be

So here is an example: I am going to use the Polish and Scottish card meanings

First 3 cards: 10 of Clubs + Ace of Clubs + Queen of Diamonds
These three cards could be point to a long period of illness or worry to a female with red or light blond hair and blue, green or grey eyes. Combining the 10 of Clubs and the Ace of Clubs it will be a very serious problem that has the potential in leading to physical death or the end of the worries.

Second: Counting from my significator card: The King of Hearts as I have grey hair and hazel eyes.
9D + JD +AS + QH + JC + 10S + 10C + JD + 9D + 9H + 9D + 10S + JH + QS + 10H + AD + QD + 10D + JH

I will experience short term happiness with a young man with light blond hair and blue. This upset will take place in my home. A female with light brown hair and hazel eyes and her male partner with dark brown hair and brown eyes will invite me to a huge party. Many days will pass before I see the young man with light blond hair and blue eyes again. He will have very little money and very down hearted. He will ask for financially support as he perceives that I have a lot of money. A young man with light brown hair and brown eyes and his female friend with dark brown and dark brown eyes will celebrate an event. This may be getting married without forward planning. A female with red hair and green eyes will spend a lot of money putting this event together with the help of a young man with light brown hair and brown eyes.

Scottish method

First 3 cards: 10 of Clubs + Ace of Clubs + Queen of Diamonds
I will have a fun and enjoyable day at home with a female.

Second: Counting from my significator card: The King of Hearts as I have grey hair and hazel eyes.
9D + JD +AS + QH + JC + 10S + 10C + JD + 9D + 9H + 9D + 10S + JH + QS + 10H + AD + QD + 10D + JH

A gift will arrive from a young man. It will have very serious life threatening consequences if accepted. A couple will create problems although it will be fun and exciting to witness. The young man that brings the gift will lead to taking a holiday with him. It will be joyful but troublesome at the same time. Another couple will show up at my door that are loyal and close friends to me. They will splash around quite a bit of money in entertainment. A female will get her wish and win the heart of this young man.

It will be interesting to see how this reading pans out.
I will attempt at a later date to see the message from the other two methods when I have the time.

My scribbles in learning to read 24 Playing Cards

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There was no question asked today.
I wanted to create a story line with all four methods. One of the authors of a book on learning to read playing cards talks about making up a story. It can be as fanciful or realistic as you like. Once the story is created you go back and reread the story looking for key words or thoughts throughout the story that may reveal what the reading is truly about and/or the answer the question.

To avoid having to write the names of the countries as I give the meanings to the cards, I will shorten them to…
B = (Bulgarian), P = (Polish), R = (Romanian), and S = (Scottish)

B: A young man with red hair and grey eyes is feeling ill. He has spent too much money trying to impress a potential love interest. He current feels dejected and down hearted after a disagreement with a young handsome bad boy with dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. A couple with medium dark brown hair and blue eyes are in conflict with each other. They both possess a strong trait of being trustworthy and yet they are struggling to practice it. The main reason for the fight is that he is showing affection for a woman with sandy blond hair and a big open heart. What this Jack of Clubs fails to see that the relationship will fail quickly. The good news of the failure will travel fast by a woman with dark brown hair that likes to play dirty games.

P: A young man with light blond hair and blue wants to throw a huge party where he hopes a lot of people will attend. Yet only one young man with black hair and dark brown eyes turns up. It could be that later on two people with dark brown hair and hazel eyes show up alongside a light brown hair and hazel eyes. There will be a lot of happiness at this party. The party will take place at the home of a woman with dark brown hair and dark brown eyes.

R: A young man with light blond hair will go out after dark. He will curse his actions for doing so when he meets a young man with dark brown hair. A female with hazel eyes is contemplating about her girlfriend with sandy blond hair. She hopes that she is happy and will pursue a close bonding with this young dark haired man. It may lead to a stirring in his heart.

S: A young man feels that he is in trouble. It is only a minor issue until he meets with another young man that has similar characteristics. Three people come together in his aid. They develop a close friendship but it will end extremely sharply on the arrival of a female joining the group.

As an example, the Polish, Romanian and Scottish reading to me seems to suggest having false expectations. You are wanting an outcome and think that you can do it alone on your own efforts. Self-sufficiency is good to start the ball rolling but it is through the interactions of others that a possibility will arrive that you very well may get what you are searching for.

Part Six – Learning to read 24 Playing Cards

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I felt the need to start with Stef Sanjati Scottish Grandmothers Spread that she showed on her YouTube channel. There are no designated positional meanings to the spread that she spoke of.
To give it a title, I have called it the Stef Grandmother Spread

In the picture posted of this spread you will see that I have placed the 7 of Hearts and the 7 of Diamonds on top of the two 9’s. The reason again for this is that the Romanian Spread uses the 7’s instead of the 9’s that the 3 other methods use.

Here is how to do the spread:
The method is to shuffle the cards while asking your question. When ready, hold the deck in your hand and count out 7 cards. The 7th card is what you place down on the table. Discard the first 6 and then count out 7 cards and place the 7th card next to your first card. Discard those 6 cards and then again count 7 cards out. Place this card next to the last. Discard those 6 cards and now you will be left with 3 cards. Place the 3rd card on the table. You should now see 4 cards lying face up on your table.
Pick the pack up and shuffle again holding your question in mind. When ready stop and count out 7 cards. Place the 7th card on the table below the first line. Then discard the other 6 cards. Count 7 again and then place that card on the table. You will now be left with 6 cards. Place the 6th card next to the others. You will now have a line of 3 cards.
Pick the pack up and shuffle again holding your question in mind. When ready stop and count out 7 cards. Place the 7th card on the table below the second line. Then discard the other 6 cards down. Count 7 again and then place that card on the table after discarding those 6 cards before it. You will now be left with 3 cards. Place the 3rd card next to the others. Now you will have a 3rd line of 3 cards.

As part of my practice in learning how to read the spread using the 4 different methods I will offer my interpretation. It might not be correct but I hope in time I will be able to perfect it.
To save time I will use the following: B = (Bulgarian), P = (Polish), R = (Romanian), and S = (Scottish)

Significator card: King of Hearts as I am a man with hazel eyes.
Question: Will I find love?

10S + QD + 10D + JD0D + JD0D + JD
B: Take no captives is the approach in the search for seeking love by a female with light blond hair and grey eyes. Her advice is to chase after money rather than emotional feelings. What she fails to see is that a young self-centred suitor with light blond hair and blue eyes is chasing her for perceived wealth.
P: A lot of socializing needs to be done advises a light blond haired female. Not only that but a lot of money can also help said a light blond haired youth.
R: Take a trip in the evening with a light blond haired woman will yield the promised reward is the answer she thinks.
S: Trouble will surface says a woman in finding love. The wish that you want will come from a younger man.

JC + 10H + 9H/7H
B: A meeting with a friendly and knowledgeable young man with dark brown hair and brown eyes will result in a short term relationship. It does not appear to be sexual but playful.
P: A bachelor with sandy blond hair and blue eyes will express interest in a big way at first but then will quickly fizzle out.
R: A young man with light brown hair and brown blue eyes will turn my life around with great sex.
S: A young man that is a good friend will invite me to take a trip with him

KD + AS (upright) + 9D/7D
B: An aggressive and vulgar man with red hair and blue eyes will bring me wonderful news that will make me feel as if I have won a small financial prize.
P: A man with light blond hair and green eyes will turn up at my home wanting to be taken in and financially supported.
R: A man with red hair and green eyes will ask for my hand in marriage in loving and kind words.
S: A man facing a serious illness or will have major problems will offer me a gift of love.

Part Five – Learning to read 24 Playing Cards

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The Face or Court cards:

It is important in the Bulgarian and Romanian method to choose a significator based on hair and eye colouring. To keep things simple among the 4 different methods, I am going to break tradition and have one system to describe the hair and eye colouring of the Face Cards.

Some notes:

The Scottish method is the only card system out of these 3 that does not require a significator card to be used as there is only one spread that was taught on YouTube.

The Polish method uses the significator in one of two the spreads taught via a blog post

The Romanian method has a unique take on the significator cards that I have not seen before. For a male you chose the King that best represents your hair or eye colouring. It is exactly the same if you are female, you would pick the Queen. Now here is the difference. Say you pick the King of Hearts as you are a male with light brown hair. Then the Queen of Hearts is your “Heart” and the Jack of Hearts will be your “Thoughts”. This will be discussed later when we go into spreads.

The Bulgarian system has also some interesting ways on looking at the Face cards.
A: if two Face cards are facing each other then they are sharing something of interest or are in relationship to each other
B: if two Face cards are not facing each other then they are quarrelling
C: if a Face card is first and then followed by a pip card then something is coming from that person
D: if a pip card is first and then followed by a Face card then something is shared with that person

Here is the new hair and eye colouring of the Face cards that I will use throughout my posts on learning these 4 methods.

Jack of Hearts: young man, sandy blond or light brown hair and brown, blue or hazel eyes.
Queen of Hearts: women with sandy blond or light brown hair and brown, blue or hazel eyes.
King of Hearts: man with sandy blond or light brown hair and brown, blue or hazel eyes.

Jack of Clubs: young man with medium or dark brown hair and brown, blue or hazel eyes
Queen of Clubs: women with medium or dark brown hair and brown, blue or hazel eyes
King of Clubs: older man with medium or dark brown hair and brown, blue or hazel eyes

Jack of Diamonds: young man with red or light blond hair and blue, green or grey eyes
Queen of Diamonds: female with red or light blond hair and blue, green or grey eyes
King of Diamonds: man with red or light blond hair and blue, green or grey eyes

Jack of Spades: young man with dark brown to black hair and dark brown eyes
Queen of Spades: women with dark brown to black hair and dark brown eyes
King of Spades: dark man with dark brown to black hair and dark brown eyes

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To avoid having to write the names of the countries as I give the meanings to the cards, I will shorten them to…
B = (Bulgarian), P = (Polish), R = (Romanian), and S = (Scottish)

The Spades:

Ace of Spades:
B: Upright: good news or message, a letter of good news
Reversed: death
P: your home
R: Upright: marriage, family, relationships
Reversed: instability or troubles in marriage, family, relationships
S: death or serious illness

Seven Spades (Romanian only) -Nine of Spades (all the others)
B: dejected, grief, depression, imprisonment, down hearted
P: socializing a bit
R: bad words, unpleasant talk, arguments or event will happen soon
S: slight illness

Ten of Spades:
B: persecution, illness, oppression, captivity
P: socializing big time
R: long journey or travelling in the evening or after dark
S: trouble

Jack of Spades:
B: young man with dark hair and dark eyes
Bad boy with a dark past, great body, handsome, seducer takes what he needs and goes away
P: young man, bachelors, black hair
R: young man with dark hair and not dark eyes
S: young male or female

Queen of Spades:
B: women with dark hair and dark eyes
Black widow, creates difficult situations, plays dirty, difficult character to deal with
P: woman with black hair
R: woman with dark hair and not dark eyes
S: woman

King of Spades:
B: dark man with dark eyes
Cruel, tyrannical, authority is oppressive, abusive husband or boss
P: elder man with black hair and black eyes
R: man with dark hair and not dark eyes
S: man

Bulgarian Card Meanings

Ace of Spades: Upright: good news or message, a letter of good news
Reversed: death
Nine of Spades: Dejected, grief, depression, imprisonment, down hearted
Ten of Spades: Persecution, illness, oppression, captivity
Jack of Spades: Young man with dark hair and dark eyes
Bad boy with a dark past, great body, handsome, seducer takes what he needs and goes away
Queen of Spades: Women with dark hair and dark eyes
Black widow, creates difficult situations, plays dirty, difficult character to deal with
King of Spades: Dark man with dark eyes
Cruel, tyrannical, authority is oppressive, abusive husband or boss

Polish Card Meanings:

Ace of Spades: Your home
Nine of Spades: Socializing a bit
Ten of Spades: Socializing big time
Jack of Spades: Young man, bachelors, black hair
Queen of Spades: Woman with black hair
King of Spades: Elder man with black hair and black eyes

Romanian Card Meanings:

Ace of Spades: Upright: marriage, family, relationships
Reversed: instability or troubles in marriage, family, relationships
Seven Spades: Bad words, unpleasant talk, arguments or event will happen soon
Ten of Spades: Long journey or travelling in the evening or after dark
Jack of Spades: Young man with dark hair and not dark eyes
Queen of Spades: Woman with dark hair and not dark eyes
King of Spades: Man with dark hair and not dark eyes

Scottish Card Meanings:

Ace of Spades: Death or serious illness
Nine of Spades: Slight illness
Ten of Spades: Trouble
Jack of Spades: Young male or female
Queen of Spades: Woman
King of Spades: Man

Part Three – Learning to read 24 Playing Cards

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To avoid having to write the names of the countries as I give the meanings to the cards, I will shorten them to…
B = (Bulgarian), P = (Polish), R = (Romanian), and S = (Scottish)

The Diamonds:

Ace of Diamonds:
B: Upright: money, large sums of money, property, investments, wealth
Reversed: poverty, lack of money, financial loss
P: letter
R: letter, message, news
S: money

Seven Diamonds (Romanian only) -Nine of Diamonds (all the others)
B: small winnings, lucky money, small profits, finding money, savings
P: small money
R: good words, pleasant or constructive talk
S: gift

Ten of Diamonds:
B: journey towards money or meeting a person, journey to business
P: big money
R: money or gift
S: wish

Jack of Diamonds:
B: young man with fair hair and blue eyes
Ego is blown up, wants people to like him, spends and gives money away only for people to like me
P: young men, bachelors with light blond hair
R: young men with fair hair and blue eyes
S: young males or females

Queen of Diamonds:
B: female with fair hair and blue eyes
Can be a foreigner or stranger, loves people with money, when money stops she leaves, light hearted
P: women with light blond hair
R: women with blue eyes
S: women

King of Diamonds:
B: man with fair hair and blue eyes
Aggressive and vulgar when he is provoked, nice person but has a bad character
P: elder man with light blond hair
R: man with fair hair and blue eyes
S: man

Bulgarian Card Meanings:

Ace of Diamonds: Upright: money, large sums of money, property, investments, wealth
Reversed: poverty, lack of money, financial loss
Nine of Diamonds: Small winnings, lucky money, small profits, finding money, savings
Ten of Diamonds: Journey towards money or meeting a person, journey to business
Jack of Diamonds: Young man with fair hair and blue eyes
Ego is blown up, wants people to like him, spends and gives money away only for people to like me
Queen of Diamonds: Female with fair hair and blue eyes
Can be a foreigner or stranger, loves people with money, when money stops she leaves, light hearted
King of Diamonds: Man with fair hair and blue eyes
Aggressive and vulgar when he is provoked, nice person but has a bad character

Polish Card Meanings

Ace of Diamonds: Letter
Nine of Diamonds: Small money
Ten of Diamonds: Big money
Jack of Diamonds: Young men, bachelors with light blond hair
Queen of Diamonds: Women with light blond hair
King of Diamonds: Elder man with light blond hair

Romanian Card Meanings:

Ace of Diamonds: Letter, message, news
Seven Diamonds: Good words, pleasant or constructive talk
Ten of Diamonds: Money or gift
Jack of Diamonds: Young men with fair hair and blue eyes
Queen of Diamonds: Women with blue eyes
King of Diamonds: Man with fair hair and blue eyes

Scottish Card Meanings:

Ace of Diamonds: Money
Nine of Diamonds: Gift
Ten of Diamonds: Wish
Jack of Diamonds: Young males or females
Queen of Diamonds: Women
King of Diamonds: Man

Part One – Learning to read 24 Playing Cards

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In the last couple of months I have been very fortunate to learn 4 different types of cartomancy systems using 24 playing cards. When I say learn, I am referring to self-study rather than having a direct teacher to correct my mistakes and clarify my misunderstandings.

This blog over the next few weeks will provide the reader with the meanings of the cards in the 4 different methods and the spreads that are particular to them. I also intend you use this as a scribble pad in putting the 4 systems to work in readings.

The Bulgarian method and Stef Sanjati Scottish Grandmothers method can be found on the YouTube channels of Dmitry Korolev and Stef Sanjati. The Romanian method comes from the research conducted by Tony Dwyer who I met on Facebook and the Polish method comes from the blog by Magdalena W. who wrote about her Polish Grandmothers method of reading playing card.

The cards that are to be used are the 7’s, 10, Jacks, Queens, King and Ace (Romanian method)
In the 3 other methods it is the 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace. Only in the Bulgarian and Romanian method do the Aces have an upright and reversed meaning. It is a good idea to mark the cards by placing a dot on top of the card to help different up from down.

I will place the meanings as a collective group so you can see the similarities and the differences from the four different methods and then individual to the particular method.

To avoid having to write the names of the countries as I give the meanings to the cards, I will shorten them to…
B = (Bulgarian), P = (Polish), R = (Romanian), and S = (Scottish)

The Heart Suit:

Ace of Hearts:
B: Upright: true love, big emotions, affections, all the warm things in life
Reversed: broken heart, losing the ability to see beautiful things in front of you
P: A wedding, a great joy
R: Upright: your home
Reversed: someone else’s home
S: love

Seven Hearts (Romanian only) -Nine of Hearts (all the others)
B: flirtatious, nothing serious
P: a small joy
R: bed
S: trip

Ten of Hearts:
B: short relationships, sexual or frivolous relationships
P: a big joy
R: happiness
S: good friend

Jack of Hearts:
B: young man, fair hair, all eye colours but not blue.
He is pure and innocent, emotion are strong, childish sometimes, loves and hates equally great
P: young men, bachelors, dark blond hair
R: young men with light hair, not blue eyes
S: young male or female

Queen of Hearts:
B: women with fair hair, all eye colours but not blue.
Caring and good friend with a big heart but cares too much at times
P: woman with dark blond hair
R: women with light hair, not blue eyes
S: woman

King of Hearts:
B: man with fair hair, all eye colours but not blue.
Has money and can be too generous, sometimes too generous, gives good advice, protector or mentor
P: elder men with dark blond hair
R: man with light hair, not blue eyes
S: man

Bulgarian Card Meanings:
Ace of Hearts:
Upright: true love, big emotions, affections, all the warm things in life
Reversed: broken heart, losing the ability to see beautiful things in front of you
Nine of Hearts: Flirtatious, nothing serious
Ten of Hearts: Short relationships, sexual or frivolous relationships
Jack of Hearts: Young man, fair hair, all eye colours but not blue.
He is pure and innocent, emotion are strong, childish sometimes, loves and hates equally great
Queen of Hearts: Women with fair hair, all eye colours but not blue.
Caring and good friend with a big heart but cares too much at times
King of Hearts: Man with fair hair, all eye colours but not blue.
Has money and can be too generous, sometimes too generous, gives good advice, protector or mentor

Polish Card Meanings:
Ace of Hearts: A wedding, a great joy
Nine of Hearts: A small joy
Ten of Hearts: A big joy
Jack of Hearts: Young men, bachelors, dark blond hair
Queen of Hearts: Woman with dark blond hair
King of Hearts: Elder men with dark blond hair

Romanian Card Meanings:
Ace of Hearts: Upright: your home – Reversed: someone else’s home
Seven Hearts: Bed
Ten of Hearts: Happiness
Jack of Hearts: Young men with light hair, not blue eyes
Queen of Hearts: Women with light hair, not blue eyes
King of Hearts: Men with light hair, not blue eyes

Scottish Card Meanings:
Ace of Hearts: Love
Nine of Hearts: Trip
Ten of Hearts: Good friend
Jack of Hearts: Young male or female
Queen of Hearts: Woman
King of Hearts: Man

A daily card reading using a Scottish Playing Card Method

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Row One: JD + QC + 9H + KC

A young energetic man with big financial ideas is ignoring the wisdom from a female friend. Her knowledge on the subject can be grounded in practicality and trusted as she has walked this path before. If success is to come about on these projected ideas he will need to take with him an older and more experienced business advisor.

Row Two: 10H + QH + AD

A deep connection with a protective and passionate female has agreed to supporting him financially if need be.

Row Three: 9S + QS + QD

Incorrect information that is disruptive has been spotted by a clever detached women and her flirtatious cultured girlfriend.

Extrapolating the reading:

As this is a daily reading with no specific question asked I am assuming that the Jack of Diamonds is me.

1: Advised needs to be sought before going forwards with my plans.

2: Financial help will be offered

3:  Seek a second opinion.

 

Learning the Elder Futhark Runes – Day 1

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I am using keywords until I can get the flow of making sentences in this ancient alphabet.

Ehwaz + Uruz + Sowulo
Adaptability, subjectivity, mobility, boundaries, journeying
Endurance, assertiveness, challenge, trial, adversity
The source within that guides you, personal growth and expansion, illuminated, guidance

Raidho Rx + Kenaz + Jera
A lack of rhythm and momentum, a failed or fruitless voyage
Vision and guidance, light and illumination, warmth, friendship, erotic love
The time factor in your development, harvest season, growing time, richness, ripeness

Mannaz Rx + Eihwaz + Berkana
Dormant talents, lack of humanity, mortality
Stability, trustworthiness, reliability, strength
Nurturing and birth process, new phase, relationship, new projects