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WHY WYNN SIGEL?
Wynn and Sigel are the names of two runes from an alphabet used for writing in Germanic languages from the 2nd century AD. The name of this alphabet is Futhark and its origins are still unclear. Some scholars claim that it came from Greek or Latin. Other experts, more esoteric, argue that Old Futhark could have much older origins and is related to the Hallristinger petroglyphs. Only two groups of Indo-European languages have the word rune: Celtic and Germanic languages. In all cases, the word rune means secret, mystery, but also wisdom, incantation or initiate. Wynn and Sigel are runes of the Anglo-Saxon Futhark and correspond to Wunjo and Sowilo, in Old Futhark. In one Futhark as in the other, their meaning is the same:
WYNN is the JOY and SIGEL is the SUN