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4379Re: [norse_course] Off topic runes

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  • Thorgate9@aol.com
    Jul 3, 2004
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      In a message dated 7/3/2004 3:11:56 PM Pacific Standard Time, hatton@... writes:
      This is way off topic, but I can't help but be curious.  I am making
      drop spindles for spinning wool. In making the whorls (weights) of clay,
      I thought it would be fun to embellish them with runes.  Obvious would be
      "fli fæstr," but I came across research that showed many inscriptions
      with "alu" on them which seems to be a magical code, but probably more
      appropriate to my little spinning whorls was found on a weight for a
      fisherman's net which was marked "aluko" which someone suggested might
      be "little magic."  Can someone explain the "alu"?  There is nothing in

      Also if I were to use the expression "allákaft" (very fast) or "alllétr"
      (very light), would I just use a single rune for the letter "L"?  And
      also is the "r" at the end of alllétr, the rune that looks like an "R"
      or the other one?

      Fred & Grace Hatton
      Hawley, Pa.

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