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This is the one most similiar to the one I want on my right hip. I want two stargazer lilies with pink and blood orange. Side by side and not so many vines, if any vines at all. A pretty good zise, smaller than this, obviously! :)

This is the one most similiar to the one I want on my right hip. I want two stargazer lilies with pink and blood orange. Side by side and not so many vines, if any vines at all. A pretty good zise, smaller than this, obviously! :)

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Nordo-Celtic knot symbolizing the Drakkar longships paired with the central Icelandic Vegvisir ("sign post"), which is a type of late medieval bind-rune that was a magic sigil to prevent the bearer from getting "lost in the storm". The Vegvisir is often erroneously identified as a Viking-age rune.

Nordo-Celtic knot symbolizing the Drakkar longships paired with the central Icelandic Vegvisir ("sign post"), which is a type of late medieval bind-rune that was a magic sigil to prevent the bearer from getting "lost in the storm". The Vegvisir is often erroneously identified as a Viking-age rune.

This is the Norse protection symbol called Vegvísir, which has a deep meaning. The Icelandic word literally means ‘guidepost’ or ‘direction sign’. In modern popular culture the Vegvísir is often called Runic Compass or See the Way. It is often associated with the Viking Age, which is not correct: this symbol is from the 17th century Icelandic grimoire called Galdrabók (‘magic book’).  Vegvísir was drawn on one’s forehead with blood to prevent a person from getting lost.

This is the Norse protection symbol called Vegvísir, which has a deep meaning. The Icelandic word literally means ‘guidepost’ or ‘direction sign’. In modern popular culture the Vegvísir is often called Runic Compass or See the Way. It is often associated with the Viking Age, which is not correct: this symbol is from the 17th century Icelandic grimoire called Galdrabók (‘magic book’). Vegvísir was drawn on one’s forehead with blood to prevent a person from getting lost.

My "Vegvisir" tattoo - Viking compass with the surrounding runes meaning "not all who wander are lost"

My "Vegvisir" tattoo - Viking compass with the surrounding runes meaning "not all who wander are lost"

Vegvisir é a “bússola” viking. Uma runa de proteção, derivada de Ægishjálmr – o elmo de Awe – o símbolo de proteção mais popular da era viking.

Vegvisir é a “bússola” viking. Uma runa de proteção, derivada de Ægishjálmr – o elmo de Awe – o símbolo de proteção mais popular da era viking.