The Gar rune is part of the Northumbrian rune set containing 33 runes instead of the traditional 24 runes a standard rune set would be. Its meaning has always been shrouded in mystery. However, its final position as the 33rd rune on the set hints at its meaning.
During my recent visit to Rosslyn Chapel, I noticed the Gar rune was carved into the wooden ornament decorating the organ. Although there are no stone rune carvings in the building, the presence of this rune is still engaging. Why did the organ builder carve the Gar rune there?
Runes were used in England until about 1000 when the alphabet was replaced by more sterile Latin-based letters. Like hieroglyphs, runes were stories rather than just letters. Their meaning was always multilayered, as they conveyed a creation story instead of just an alphabet letter.
The shape of the Gar rune gives it an absolute position on the Web of Wyrd or the Web of Life sacred geometry. Therefore, it is the central rune and does not belong to the other sequences.
Traditionally, Gar means a spear, referring to Odin’s spear. Still, some believe it relates to the World Tree, Yggdrasil, where Odin hung until he discovered the Runes in a magical vision. Gar is the key to the Web of Life and the gateway to the highest point in Cosmology: The Almighty, the Great Creator. Gar is the gateway to the Godhead, which exists within everything (God Field). Gar is also the state of unconditional love, the highest vibration we can experience on this level of existence, and the ultimate gateway to the fifth-dimensional reality.
The Gar symbol appears on every second face of the Nassim Haramein 64 tetrahedrons geometry, which Nassim calls the fundamental seed geometry of the fabric of the vacuum of space-time itself. It is remarkable how ancient sacred geometry connects with modern research. Although Nassim’s approach has yet to be accepted in mainstream science, his work is backed by solid mathematics and deep knowledge of ancient sacred knowledge.
If an ancient sacred language resonates with the fabric of space-time, then we are on something fundamental. The fabric of space-time is what we call THE WORD, the language of creation. The more we can tune into the language of creation, the more we can use our true powers and liberate ourselves to live the life we deserve. The Gar rune reminds us of the sacredness and power of language and its connection to the fabric of the universe.