Lessor Hallowing Ritual of the Hammer (LHRH)

This is a spiritual exercise to be done every day or even if wanted more then once a day. The purpose of this ritual is many-fold. It helps to clear the energies of an area and drive away away negative energies which may be present. It also sets up a powerful field of protection on the doer that lasts for awhile. It banishes any negative energies that may be at work on the doer. As well it invokes spiritual energy from the World-Tree Yggdrasil, as well as spiritual energy from the runes if that optional runic part is done, into the one doing the ritual. All told this is a very useful ritual to do on a everyday basis. No other opening or closing ritual is needed for this.

Optionally you can use a wand for this ritual or if not can just use your fingers, using the first two fingers as pointer fingers like a sort of finger wand. You should use your right hand.

-The Ritual-

Start by facing east. Picture in your minds eye over your head a powerful white light energy. Reach up with your wand or fingers and draw this ball of energy with your wand and touch your forehead and loudly call out in a galdr (chanting) tone:

“ASGARD!”

Briefly now touch your heart area and then point your wand or fingers down towards the floor and loudly call out in galdr:

“MIDGARD!”

Now touch your right shoulder:

“MUSPELHEIM!”

Touch your left shoulder:

“NIFLHEIM!”

Now bring both hands together like a prayer pose at your heart, the wand can be between the hands:

“ALFHEIM”

Make a Hammer Sign to the east:

“Thor Hallow!”

Make a Hammer sign to the south:

“Thor Hallow!”

Now make a Hammer sign to the west:

“Thor Hallow!”

Make a Hammer sign to the north:

“Thor Hallow!”

Face again east and extend both hands outward and hold them this was for the next parts.:

In a chanting voice:

“Hail Odin who is before me.”

“Hail Freyja who is behind me. ”

“Hail Thor who is on my right. ”

“Hail Freyr who is on my left.”

“For about me flames Mjolnir.”

“And in the column stands the great tree, Yggdrasil”

Now we repeat the first part:

See the light above your head and draw it down and touch your forehead with the wand or fingers:

“ASGARD”

Briefly touch your heart area and then point your wand or fingers down towards the floor:

“MIDGARD!”

Touch your right shoulder:

“MUSPELHEIM!”

Touch your left shoulder:

“NIFLHEIM!”

Bring both hands together like a prayer pose at your heart, the wand between the hands:

“ALFHEIM”

-(Optional rune ring invoking)-

At this point now stand facing north and now start with the first rune Fehu while facing north and each rune turn an 1/8th turn. This should make for 3 circles as you chant all 24 runes. If you don’t know how to properly pronounce the runes then you can learn how to pronounce them at this page, or skip this part as it is optional anyways.

Face north and trace the rune shape in the air before you using your wand and loudly chant: “FEHU!”

Fehu

Face north-east and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “URUZ”

Uruz

Face east and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “THURISAZ”

Thurisaz

Face south-east and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “ANSUZ”

Ansuz

Face south and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “RAIDHO”

Raidho

Face south-west and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “KENAZ”

Kenaz

Face west and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “GEBO”

Gebo

Face north-west and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “WUNJO”

Wunjo

Face north and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “HAGALAZ”

Hagalaz

Face north-east and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “NAUDHIZ”

Nauthiz

Face east and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “ISA”

Isa

Face south-east and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “JERA”

Jera

Face south and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “EIHWAZ”

Eihwaz

Face south-west and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “PERTHRO”

Perthro

Face west and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “ELHAZ”

Elhaz

Face north-west and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “SOWILO”

Sowilo

Face north and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “TIWAZ”

Tiwaz

Face north-east and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “BERKANO”

Berkano

Face east and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “EHWAZ”

Ehwaz

Face south-east and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “MANNAZ”

Mannaz

Face south and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “LAGUZ”

Laguz

Face south-west and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “INGWAZ”

Ingwaz

Face west and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “DAGAZ”

Dagaz

Face north-west and trace the rune shape and loudly chant: “OTHALA”

Othala

-Grounding-

This last part is not optional. It is important to always ground after any ritual. One simple way to do this, is picture a ball of light over your head, and let this ball of light slowly descend into your body. As it does let it take with it any excess, negative, old, and/or unneeded energies. Let this ball of light descend all the way down through you till it gets to your feet and then let it drop into the floor and keep going into the Earth, taking all the unneeded energies with it to be recycled by the Earth. Not grounding after every ritual can have very adverse effects about you in the long run, even in the short term can have bad results so always ground after all rituals. Another common way to ground is to picture yourself as a tree and see yourself having roots that grow into the Earth. Also after any major ritual you can eat a little food as a way to ground too. But for this daily ritual eating as a way to ground is not a good way to go unless you time the doing of this ritual for right before one of your normal meals.

Feel free to copy and use this ritual so long as you acknowledge the source.

Download this as a OpenOffice Doc – Lessor Hallowing Ritual of the Hammer (LHRH)

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2 responses to “Lessor Hallowing Ritual of the Hammer (LHRH)”

  1. makiamberbear Lokisdottir says :

    Thank you for this and your blog. Very informative. :)

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