We get all our magical information from a group of elves known as The Elves of Fyn. Who they are and how we got this information will be discussed in another post but for now, I am just going to give you a general overview of some of their symbols and what they are used for.
According to the elves, their symbols, which date back thousands of years, are considered either representation symbols or activation symbols. Representation symbols are simply a graphic representation of an idea such as home, family, truth, sight ( to see), Prosperity, etc. See below:
One of their key activation symbols is a symbol called Veldor which, when combined with other symbols, is used to bring a desired result into being. Veldor looks like this:
If we were to want to bring about a result, such as “seeing the truth” we would combine Veldor with the representation symbols for Truth and To See to create this outcome for ourselves magically:
Another example would be combining Veldor with the prosperity symbol to bring prosperity into your life:
If we want to create success, we would use Veldor and the success symbol:
Just as Veldor can bring things that we want into being, it can also be reversed to remove things from our reality. An example of this would be using the reverse Veldor and combining it with the symbol for conflict to remove conflict from your life:
Using Veldor in this way and combining it with other representation symbols can give us many different magical symbols. These symbols have power of their own but to really work in the human world, they must be used with strong intention and a focused mind. There are other things that can be done to increase the power of these symbols such as combining them with the proper herbs and using a crystal or other stone to amplify its power. I will go over this in more detail in the third “Fairy Magic” post.
In the next post, I am going to go over some non-combined elven symbols that are very powerful.
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