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Gibor

Gibor
 
 
 
The Gibor rune is in the shape of a Z intersected by an I. One of the meanings of Gibor is Geber, which is the German word for Giver but is also the European name of the Arab scholar Jabir ibn Hayyan credited with developing the Budhu square. Joining the numbers 2 4 6 8 or the letters B D W (U orV) H creates the Z in the Budhu Square which is also the basis of the gibor sign. The Gibor sign can also be read as a could be read as Zi or zI which is noteworthy because zI is one of the names of Ziva or Shiva who is also known as the Strong One. .............................
 
Gorsleben (1930) links Gibor with ge, gifa: Rune gibor, gi, ge, gifa, gea, geo. Buchstabe G. Zahlwert 18 Gorsleben 491: http://unglaublichkeiten.net/lager/Gorsleben.pdf
 
Gottesrune, Gott-Alles, kosmisches Bewußtsein, vermählung der Kräfte, das Zeugende & Empfangende, Sakrale Ehe, Geber, Gabe, Erfüllung, Schutz http://www.newaeon.de/index.php?act=viewChapter&chapterID=181376 .............................
 
According to Wiki: Gibor is one of the Armanen runes devised by Guido von List in 1902 (published in his 1908 Das Geheimnis der Runen). There is no historical Gibor rune (the name may be based on the Anglo-Saxon Gyfu rune). Its shape is similar to that of the Wolfsangel symbol. ............................ A Nazi version of the Gibor Rune showed ist as a backward Z which was called a Wolfsangel and was the symbol of the forbidden Jungen Front. http://www.rabenclan.de/index.php/Magazin/MartinMarheineckeSymbole01
 
 
 
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