Wight of the Nine Worlds


I welcome thee free spirit, which thou shalt come with an open heart, open mind and an open soul, for what you are about to read can only be understood by the wise who are eager to learn and to embrace the roots deep and forgotten in the hearts of the free people of Europe, by accepting who you are and where your roots lie, is half way into the great road of life. We will journey unto where our spirit takes us with the knowledge we gained. Learn and teach.


"Ing was amongst the East-Danes first seen by men, till later he went over the wave; his wain followed after; the Headings named the hero so."
"The Anglo-Saxons Rune Poem"

This rune had not Scandinavian equivalent, although the Anglo-Saxons often contracted its name to Ing, which is also the name of the norse god of fertility.
This rune and its pronunciation in the common alphabet is the conjugation of two letters, "NG" as in "thing".
Although Ing-Frey was a horse god, the main symbolic association of this rune deal with another totem beast of his, the boar. The cuckoo is its bird symbol, while laurels and apple trees, and the herbs rosemary and self-heal, are its correspondents in the vegatable kingdom. The shape of the rne suggests a doorway, and many rune masters consider Inguz to be a portal to the astral plane. In Germanic languages, names ending with the "ing" sound denote "son of" / the Saxon heir to the throne being called the "atheling" or "son of a king").


Inguz is particularly concerned with the health, fertility and well-being of men. It often denotes fertility of mind, or the motivation and energy needed to start new projects. A new job is often indicated when this rune is drawn, but even if this does not occur, the potential remains for considerable change for the better.
Of course, for a new phase in life to begin, it is necessary to finish old business and turn away from situations that are leading nowhere. Don't worry that nothing will come to replace them: new and more productive opportunities will arrive. Inguz is also a rune of problem-solving, so if a complex matter has taken up your time and attention, its solution is not far away. Ignoring the problem for a while might help, because you may be so involved in its intricacies that you cannot see the bigger picture. When you return with fresh insight, the solution will be obvious. It may also be time that you took a holiday. Inguz often denotes that you should put your house in order, clear away any rubbish and focus your attention on the harmony of your surrondings. The implications of the rune go further: perhaps certain people are sapping your confidence and taking advantage of your good will. If so, these folk should no longer play a role in your life. You will need courage, foresight and wisdom to detect who, and what, you need around you and what is redundant.
Inguz may also have a bearing on inheritance, both the passing on of material goods though the generations and the continuance of the traditions and trails of forebears.

Body Part: Male genitals.
Associated Maladies:
Male infertility. Erectile dysfunction. In a woman, lack of libido.
Wearing itself out to compensate for the failures of other parts.
Sacrifice. The part must go.

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20 comentários:

Anonymous said...

Hard to trust a site with misspellings... "pornunciation"?
First paragraph.

Arith Härger said...

thank you, that happens when i'm writing too fast.

Unknown said...

Great info, thank you so much!

Unknown said...

Pretty good

Unknown said...

Hello , I found this article while searching for the meaning of the rune. I have a question though. Why is everyone on pinterest believe this symbol means "Where there is a will there is a way"?

Arith Härger said...

Well Rosca Radu, I can honestly say that each person interprets the runes in their own way. That is the magic of the runes, they have a lot of meanings and always apply to our current situations in life when we read them. I'm certain that what I know now about the runes is less than what I will know in the future; we are always learning more and more about the runes. "Where there is a will, there is a way" is a common saying that I don't think it applies to this specific rune, but mistakes are common and misunderstandings. Perhaps people associate that saying to Inguz because of the motivation and energy it gives to the person.

Unknown said...

I'm confused. How can one symbol have different meanings? I liked this for a tattoo but am forced to reconsidered because of the actual meaning placed here. How can male fertility mean "where theres a will, theres a way."? Please advise.

Arith Härger said...

I've answer that already, see the comments on this post friend.

Walter E. Ingalls said...

Guteni Ingwin Hailag! - W.E.INGalls

Thank you for the dignity

Anonymous said...

Maybe it means where there is a willy there is a way that covers the the male fertility aspect 😀

Emelius said...

So ive had this Rune being pulled multiple times. But first I saw it in vision and didn't know it existed until my friend pointed it out. I did a ritual with a friend and he saw a diamond appear from the root. This friend doesn't use runes.

Anonymous said...

So you are saying hundreds of people who got the tattoo are too negligent to find out the proper meaning of it.

maria said...


Wulfinga said...

There is an ancient stone in a church porch here in England with the message 'Gift of Ing - Fire' (Gyfu-Ken-Ing Runes) spelled out in Old English Runes, including the English Ing-Rune shown on this blog. The church is dedicated to one 'Cuthman' (Old English 'Known Man' who was obviously known to the English because he was the 'Ing' that gave them their name - Ing-lish - and the name of their land - Ing-Land - we still say this even though it is today spelled with an 'E'). The legend of this 'Cuthman' is precisely that of Ing in the Rune-Poem, pushing his 'mother' eastwards in her wain. The Norman-Bretons, who usurped the English AEthlingas, were at pains to destroy all remains of this figure in order to destroy the 'roots' of the English. They did not succeed as we can see here in England today where the Spirit of Ing is rising again.

In regard to fertility the symbol is certainly connected to this, but also to male virility; in fact the Root Ingwe means 'groin' which shows this to be near to the point. But the Ing-Rune in this version can also be seen as the DNA Spiral, hence the idea of 'son of' or offspring of' in the rune meaning. In the figure of Ingwe/Ingui/Ingvi/Ingus we may have some ancient link with the Vedic Agni, whose name gives us 'ignite' etc. and Ingui is certainly associated with Fire and Light, as shown on the White Stone of Ing.

Ing, being the 'Son of Man(nus) would have had no problem being incorporated with the ideas of the 'New God' when we find the 'Son of Man' in the New Testament being linked to the new 'Jesus'. Ing is somehow related to Bootes and Arcturus (I'll not go into this since it is complicated) and since Ingvi-Frey is of the Waene/Vanir Ing is equated with Venus - the Morning Star.

I was particularly impressed with the vision of the diamond-shape coming from this rune; at least two Roman historians stated that the area we now call 'England' once had an elongated diamond shape. A Woden Initiate here in England received a whole new set of runic symbols which appeared from the Diamond-Ing shape in a vision.

One said...

TBH, you've lost me a bit at the DNA part. Wasn't this level researched a bit later in the human history :)
Otherwise, runic is a fascinating field... So ancient and full of meanings and links

Lex said...

You're not much of a Proofreader, are you? You forgot to mention "surrondings" - surroundings.

Lex said...

I'm going to stop before I get sick - there is no such word as vegatable - good grief - VEGETABLE; and in the sentence "The shape of the rne" - obviously the "u" was left out. This is such a disgrace to the sacred RUNES AND to the English language.

Lex said...

Tradicional???? Come on - try TradiTional!!!

Anonymous said...

TradiCional? Eeeeeeeek! TradiTional.

Anonymous said...

There is no such spelling as i'm. It is spelled I'm with a Capitol I.