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Page 60 of Huld Manuscript. A Vegvísir (Icelandic 'sign post') is an Icelandic magical stave intended to help the bearer find his/her way through rough weather.

There is a Norse charm called the Vegvísir. It comes from the Huld Manuscript, which was collected in Iceland in approx.

Galdrastafir: Icelandic Magical Staves The history, meaning and use of Ægishjálmur, Vegvísir, Lukkustafir and other symbols in grimoires, charms, and tattoos

Galdrastafir: Icelandic Magical Staves The history, meaning and use of Ægishjálmur, Vegvísir, Lukkustafir and other symbols in grimoires, charms, and tattoos

VEGVISIR COMPASS: the Norse symbol of protection. “Vegvisir” is icelandic for “guidepost”. They believe that the wearer of this symbol won’t get lost and will always find his/her way.

Back of neck/finger VEGVISIR COMPASS: the Norse symbol of protection. “Vegvisir” is icelandic for “guidepost”. They believe that the wearer of this symbol won’t get lost and will always find his/her way.