The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
  • The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.

The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.

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Galdrastafir — magic signs, which appeared in the early middle Ages in Iceland. Represent a few, or many, twisted runes, are often highly stylized. At the moment, are the most poorly understood section of the Northern magic.
Aegishjalmur - Helm of awe, helm of terror. Was created with the aim to make enemies panic, so strong that they fell into a stupor for a while. Often this kind of signs associated with snakes, as the venom of some snakes paralyze their prey. Most often, "helmets of the fear" was a cross-shaped patterns, the debate about the significance of which continue to this day.

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