posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 11:23 PM
Hola, ATS. I'm hoping to get a few students of semiotics to help me out here. I was at the local thrift store and was drawn to their "random crap"
section. I was really being led to a certain item but I did not know where it was. I started feeling for it and assumed it was this very cool owl
bell in front of me. My wife loves them and they also represent my goddess.
felt that same feeling so this time I closed my eyes and just felt for "heat" with my palm while I walked down the last aisle. I felt
the "nudge" and I reached out and opened my eyes. What I touched was a very strange piece of pottery. What caught my attention were some viking
runes that I immediately recognized. There were three others that I did not, however. Needless to say, I purchased it and went home to look it
I poured through three separate books on symbolism (one of them specifically on Norse Runes) tonight after I got home and cannot find these anywhere.
The ones that are definitely runes are "Algiz", "Wunjo", "Uruz", and "Nauthiz". You can see them below in the alphabet:
This picture I found on Google insists on the alternate names. In the pic, I have "Algiz", "Wynja", "Ur", and "Naud".
So those four are accounted for. I used Sumo Paint to make pics of the other two "runes" that I cannot find. The third symbol is more of a crest so
I'm not really expecting to find anything on it. Here:
Any idea what the heck these last two are? Any help would be awesome. They don't seem to be any of the four iterations of Viking runes I'm familiar
with. They are not planetary geomantic symbols. They are not Ogham, Theban, or even Celestial script. I cannot even find any matches in Hebrew
characters. Not Sumerian Cuneiform, etc. I'm really baffled here.
Edit - Added photos:
edit on 26-11-2012 by Cuervo because: Added Photos