The irminsul is a common symbol of the Asatru faith. The historical Norse irminsul was a solar-phallic pillar used in religious worship practices by early Anglo-Saxons, and destroyed by Charlemagne in 772 AD.
Its exact meaning is unknown, although it may be connected with the Anglo-saxon deity Irmin, who is possibly related to the Norse God Tyr, a theory supported by the shape of the runeletter tyr. The Irminsul was likely related to the World Tree Yggdrasil, a symbol of the axis mundi (world axis), a symbol of man and the cosmos.
The Irminsul as a symbol conveys a legacy of hope, improvement, wisdom, knowledge and memory. It is a symbol to remind us of our most beloved ancestors and a history of subversion. Additionally, the Irminsul helps us to remember our condition of war against our adversaries and our battle to enhance our people and our individual selves in the face of outside forces focused on decimating, downsizing and defiling our sacred spirits and fundamental holy natures. The Irminsul as a symbol lives on in us.
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