Helm of Awe Pendant

Helm of Awe Pendant: Symbol of Power, Protection, and Awe

3 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$19.99

AEgishjálmur Helm of Awe pendant. Aka the Icelandic Magical Sun that is mentioned in Eddic poetry and protects against the abuse of power. It used to be carved in lead and pressed on one´s forehead.

This Helm of Awe Pendant is made of a quality metal material: alloy of tin, covered with antimony and patinated. Size: 2,5 cm.

Pendant only.
Manufactured in Europe

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Helm of Awe Pendant

 

Aegishjálmur – Helm of Awe pendant. Also known as the Icelandic Magical Sun. This symbol is mentioned throughout Eddic poetry. The helm of Awe protects its wearer against the abuse of power. It is also used as a symbol of intimidation. In the past, the helm of awe would be carved in lead. After being heated it would be pressed upon a warrior’s forehead. At a glance, the symbol is enough to inspire both awe and fear in an opponent. In the poetic edda, the helm of awe was used by Fafnir as a symbol of invincibility. Today the helm of awe is considered one of the most powerful symbols in heathenism.

 

After the rise of Christianity, the helm of awe became a popular symbol in inner magic and occult circles. Its magical effects were recorded in many of the grimoires of the time.

 

This Helm of Awe Pendant is made of a quality metal material: alloy of tin, covered with antimony and patinated. Size: 2,5 cm. Manufactured in Europe

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1 review for Helm of Awe Pendant: Symbol of Power, Protection, and Awe

  1. 3 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    The design is good but the material is very cheap – tin is tin. You get what you pay for and I should have known better.

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