- How I FEEEEEL about this character
- All the people I ship romantically with this character
- My non-romantic OTP for this character
- My unpopular opinion about this character
- One thing I wish would happen / had happened with this character in canon.
*le boredom also* DO IT
If you have some mercy for my lost soul…
THIS IS MY 666th POST! FUCK YEAH
and yet no messages xD #foreveralone
Name meanings: The strong one, the good one, giant, thorn.
Phonetic: Silent th as in thorn
Ideographic interpretation: The hammer, a thorn on a branch, thunder.
Keywords: Force of destruction/defense, action, applied power, direction of polarities, renovation.
Galdr: Thurisaz, thurisaz, thurisaz,
th th th th th th th th th th th th
thur, thar, thir, ther, thor.
Thurisaz is the instinctual will without self-consciousness; the directed cosmic enthropic force. It represents Mjöllnir, Thor’s hammer used to destroy the Jottuns and protect Asgard and Midgard.
The AEsir always strive to mantain their enclosures in the multiverse, and thus chose Thor (him being similar in size and brute strenght to the thursar) to counterforce every hostile power that stood against them. Let us not get confused at this point into thinking that either AEsir or Jottuns where “evil” in a moral sense; but both where merely trying to defend their established and instictual life urge. As the thorn protects the rose, so does Mjöllnir protects Asgard.
This rune is also container of the life-death polarity. It is the ultimate power to asimilate kinetic energy into a pattern of action. Thurisaz is a projectable form of applied power.
AND! it is of course the Phallic representation par excellence.