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The Weird Sisters. Originally, Weird meant destiny. It was the name of the eldest Fate ÑEnglish Wyrd, Norse Urth, German Wurt. Medieval sources describe her as weaving fate, knotting, causing, arousing, ordaining, dissolving, and transforming.    An Anglo-Saxon proverb circa 900 CE declares that "Wyrd is mightiest."   (Wyrd byth swithost.)   Her craft encompassed foreknowledge, prophecy and all the shamanic arts.The British sometimes called witches weird-woman or weird-wife.

The Weird Sisters. Originally, Weird meant destiny. It was the name of the eldest Fate ÑEnglish Wyrd, Norse Urth, German Wurt. Medieval sources describe her as weaving fate, knotting, causing, arousing, ordaining, dissolving, and transforming. An Anglo-Saxon proverb circa 900 CE declares that "Wyrd is mightiest." (Wyrd byth swithost.) Her craft encompassed foreknowledge, prophecy and all the shamanic arts.The British sometimes called witches weird-woman or weird-wife.

Warrior Culture.  Name ~ Honour ~ Blood. "A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favour rather than silver and gold."   Proverbs 22:1

Warrior Culture. Name ~ Honour ~ Blood. "A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favour rather than silver and gold." Proverbs 22:1

Scar Dragon Plaque from Orkney, CE. // This plaque was found in a rare Viking boat burial amidst various other rich artifacts.