Rune associated with prosperity.
Translated from Old-Scandinavian, it means cattle or fire.
It symbolizes cow horns in its rite.
One could say it speaks of “the effective way of deliberating”.
Thus, of how we look at our own goods and how we feel about them,
how we perceive investing in ourselves and in the world around us.
Consider this, my friend:
A good husbandman knows what to do after harvesting his crops and the fortune smiles at him.
Remember to praise your subconsciousness for your joint efforts that were crowned with success.
Hence, try to reward yourself with a little something bought with a smile.
Be glad for what you have achieved, no matter how small.
Do not frivol away your wealth, as if it burned your hands.
Look around you.
How many people manages their goods incapably?
How many got in trouble, fooled by the jingle of coins?
Fuel your fire, constantly adding more wood. Not too much, or you will kill the spark.
Invest in yourself by caring for your constant growth, following the principle:
“Who does not go forward, goes backwards”
First, though, you must find out what is your tool for development and your way of the acquisition of wealth.
So this rune will aid you in finding answers to those questions.
It is a guardian of our money, ensuring that cornucopia always favours us.
It will also show us what is blocking out sense of stability when it comes to wealth. It will attract all those, who can help our constant growth – both the smaller one, based on possessions, and the huge one, based on knowledge and the ways of using it.
Here is the rune of fortune, may it ever be in your favour.
It is the first rune, which the alphabet of elder Futhark begins with.
It belongs to the domain or, in other words, to the house or the eight of Freya
Energy-wise, it is of Fire element.
In the Scandinavian mythology, Audhumla cow is it’s guardian – a synonym forwealth and prosperity.
Occurs under the names: Fehu, Fa, Feoh, Fe, Feum
Corresponding letter: F