Rune: Tir Talisman

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Name: Tir, Tiwaz, Tiw, Tyr.

Letter: T (17th Runic letter)

Translation: Tiw (as in Tuesday) the god of battles and legislation, Sky Father, Protector of Warriors and Mariners.

Meaning: Spiritual Warrior, Victory, Justice, Sacrifice, the Warrior Rune.

Key words: Honor, Success, Courage, Compassion.

Attributes: Named for the Norse god Tiw after whom Tuesday is named. Tiw is the Norse equivalent of Zeus or Jupiter. He was the God of War and Justice, fair law regulation, and Success through Sacrifice. He was courageous, fearless, the master tactician and a consummate diplomat. He allowed a wolf to bite off his right hand in order to bind the wolf's chaotic force and thus protects warriors (both physical & spiritual), the disabled and the left-handed. Tiwaz also represents determination and male sexuality. It symbolizes new challenges and initiations into new understandings.

Magical use: Tir brings Success and Justice on all material levels by helping develop Courage, Strength, and Honor, as well as Obtaining Just Victory and Success: in Battle, litigation or legal matters. Builds Spiritual Will and sound judgement, Tir develops the power of positive self-sacrifice and the “force of faith” in Magic and Religion.

Casting Meaning: faith, loyalty, justice, rationality, self-sacrifice, analysis, victory, honesty, even-handedness or mental paralysis, over analysis, over-sacrifice, injustice, imbalance, defeat, tyranny.