Elder Futhark Rune Meanings - TIWAZ

Tiwaz Rune Meaning: The god Tyr - "God"
Alternative Names
Anglo-Friesian/Germanic: Tiwaz
Old Norse: Tiw, Tyr
Old English: Tir, Tyr
Other Names/Spellings: Teiwaz, Tiwar, Ty, Tys

Tiwaz equates to the letter T in our common alphabet.

The Tiwaz rune represents morality and honor. In Norse mythology, the god Tyr  sacrificed a hand to prevent chaos and destruction. Tyr is noted for his sense of duty and ethical responsibilities. Tyr serves the spiritual warrior who combats the universal enemy: self-ignorance, the ultimate source of suffering. The spiritual warrior archetype helps to constructively answer questions to raise awareness and give healthy direction to contemplate Self. This rune symbolizes sacrifice of one's personal interests or well being for the sake of others and or a greater purpose for the whole.

From the historical rune poems about Tiwaz we get:
An Anglo Saxon Rune Poem translated says: “Tir” is a guiding star; well does it keep faith with princes; it is ever on its course over the mists of night and never fails.

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This is the rune of challenges and initiations into new understandings. Have courage as victory is assured if your heart remains true. Keywords: spiritual warrior, honor, righteousness, courage, bravery, dedication

This video contains one of my rune poems that can be used for meditation with the energy of Tiwaz.
Blessings ~Sigha Manning