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Universal Vibrational Energies

Runic Energy Archetypes:
A New Concept of Runes

NEW RUNE CHARTS



Archetypes are Energy clusters whose two expressions are Energy and Form. Both expressions are necessary and are the fundamental units on which the Universe is based. Energy without Form is too diffuse; Form without Energy is incapable of action. Each primary Archetype has a definite function or characteristic action, and these functions manifest in the personality and in life as dynamics, specific Energy manifestations in action (Author unknown; courtesy of Nancy Bradley)

IMPORTANT NOTE: While 30 of the 33 URIELLE Archetypes are defined as having connections with the consciousness of planets or stars, this in not in the traditional astrological sense of magnetic, gravitational or polarity attraction. These connections are not explored in regard to the 22 Archetypal symbols of the higher, more subtle MICHAEL Level.

 

Non-Sketched Symbols

At the 1999 meeting of The Runic energy Circle it was discovered that there are two symbols which are an integral part of al others but which need not be visually represented (JUST REMEMBER THEY ARE THERE); these follow:

The one below acts like a pulsing valve, a "breathing" opening in every circle symbol and varies in size depending upon the size of the circle:

The following two variations on a theme represent the ripples or the aura of any Rune, hence they are an integral part of every glyph.



Level 1, URIELLE

Feminine aspect of the Archangel Uriel, sometimes called "Zuriel";
a bringer of knowledge to man.

A DICTIONARY OF ANGELS by Gustav Davidson
[The Free Press, Macmillan Co. NY 1971, pp. 298-299]

     

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Level 2, MICHAEL

Chief of the Archangels; the warrior of God, weigher of Souls

A DICTIONARY OF ANGELS by Gustav Davidson
[The Free Press, Macmillan Co. NY 1971, pp. 298-299]

       
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