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Hólastafur

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To open hills.

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Symmetric, Closed shape, Monochrome, Contains both straight and curved lines, Has crossing lines.

Hólastafur is part of the Icelandic magical staves group.

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  • guile_w
    Ok, disregard the other translation. This one is it : To Open Hills Carve this character on a pole of rowan. Paint the lines with blood from under your tongue. Knock on hills or rocks with the rowan and they will open. Hólastafur Hólastaf skal skera í reynistaur sem er eins og sproti. Blóð sem tekið er undan tungurótum á að bera í skurðinn. Ef sprotanum er slegið í hóla eða steina opnast þeir. 
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  • johnc.94840
    Hólastafur Hólastaf skal skera í reynistaur sem er eins og sproti. Blóð sem tekið er undan tungurótum á að bera í skurðinn. Ef sprotanum er slegið í hóla eða steina opnast þeir. Hólastafur Hólastaf should be cut into a testicle that is like a wand. Blood taken from the roots of the tongue should be carried into the incision. If the wand is hit by a stick in a hill or rocks, they open. 
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