Hagal (Armanen rune)

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Hagal rune

Hagal is the 7th rune of Armanen Futharkh of Guido von List, derived from the Younger Futhark Hagal rune .

Hagal is the "mother rune" of the Armanen system and also seen as such by List's contemporaries Jörg Lanz von Liebenfels, Adolf Schleipfer, Peryt Shou, Siegfried Adolf Kummer, Rudolf John Gorsleben, Friedrich Bernhard Marby, Werner von Bülow, Wilhelm Wulff and more recently Karl Spiesberger and Karl Hans Welz.

It is seen as the central axis point of the hexagonal crystal of which the Armanen runes are derived.[1]

In one of its simple formats it resembles the Wendehorn.


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  • von List, Guido - Das Geheimnis der Runen, 1908 (GvLB no 1)
  • von List, Guido - Die Religion der Ario-Germanen in ihrer Esoterik und Exoterik (1909 or 1910)
  • John Gorsleben, Rudolf - Hoch-Zeit der Menschheit, 1930
  • Kummer, Siegfried Adolf - Heilige Runenmacht, 1932
  • Kummer, Siegfried Adolf - Runen-Magie,1933
  • Flowers, Dr. Stephen E. and Moynihan, Michael - The Secret King (2001)
  • Thorsson, Edred - Runemight, Runelore, Futhark
  • Spiesberger, Karl - Runenmagie

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