Flags, Flax, Fodder, and Frigg

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The meaning of the signing off signiture "FFFF" by Robinet

You may have seen witches signing off with the signature line FFF or FFFF and wondered what these letters stand for. In some online witchcraft communities the series of F's is used much like Wiccans use BB for Blessed Be . Indeed, FFFF is also a kind of blessing, although it has very old roots.

The F rune, fehu, is a mark of prosperity and good fortune. It, in and of itself, is a blessing. When tripled or quadrupled its energies are increased exponentially. FFFF is, quite literally, a spell. FFFF stands for "Flags, Flax, Fodder and Frigg";

So, Flags, Flax, Fodder and Frigg can be translated as "Blessings of the hearth, the weavers, abundant food, and love/sex/fertility".

By: Robinet

Edited by: Divinius

Added to on Dec 22, 2014
Last edited on Mar 04, 2017
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