((Divination regardless of the tools - works because in the system one is using the individual card/hexagram/rune etc. represent the whole in some unified way. At the moment of 'random' mixing, because of intent, the cards order themselves to mirror the reality of the querier."
Sig Lonegren

([email protected]),

author of The Pendulum Kit

and books on dowsing, labyrinths, and sacred geometry.

Visit his site at

http://www.geomancy.org

Runic divination, "runecasting"

is not "fortune telling"; runecasting

works deeply with the

subconscious. The rune pouch with its runic symbols represents the entire universe. As one poses a question, one's entire conscious and unconscious mind is focused toward that question, so that the runelots selected are not truly random selections, but rather choices made by the subconscious.

Runecraft operates on an ancient form of psychology. Even back in Viking times, there was a remarkable understanding of the human psyche. They recognized cause and effect, and the interconnectedness of all things. The word to describe this interconnectedness was "wyrd", which was eventually perverted into the modern meaning of "weird". It did not originally mean something unusual or strange. Rather, it referred to the far-reaching effects of that which one does. The concept of "fate" was also not as we know it now. Instead of a helpless predestination, "fate" meant a destiny created by one's earlier actions. Wyrd was pictured as a web, like that of a spider. The symbology is excellent. When the spider steps onto a thread (a path) the vibrations affect the entire web and that which is contained within the web, just as our actions affect our immediate world and those around us, and the actions of others affect our lives.

When one does a runic reading, one usually addresses a particular issue, and examines the past, the present and the "future", or rather "what will be if one follows the path one appears to be on". The future is always perceived as mutable, changeable. The runic reading is done as an evaluation process, not as fortunetelling. One has an opportunity to look at what has occurred in the past (regarding the issue being questioned), what is occurring right now, and what direction one is headed.

A runecaster does not see the future. They examine cause and effect and point out a likely outcome.

Not exactly occult, is it? It's not mysterious - although the uninitiated considered it a delving into mystery, much like a patient of a psychiatrist might. It's certainly not magical or demonic. Instead it is a methodology for examining the path one is on and what the effects might be, by - making use of one's subconscious (i.e. an "intuitive perception"), unfettered by limited,conscious belief systems. It's pretty much a means of awakening one's right-brain.

Find a suitable place to do the reading. You do not want to be disturbed. Try to sit facing North if possible, the direction of the Gods in Norse mythology. Place a small white cloth on the surface in front of you. You work with the runes on this cloth. This cloth protects them from getting dirty and also forms the boundary for the casting.

Carefully form a question in your mind. Take your time doing this, as it is very important that you do not change the question midway through the reading. Once you have the question firmly fixed in your mind begin to gently mix the runes in their bag or container. Continue to mix the runes until you feel compelled to take up certain rune lots. (This is why it is important that the rune lots be of the same shape and size: so that you can't identify each rune by shape.

Continue to stir and select lots until you have the correct number of runes in front of you for the layout you will be using. Keep track of the order in which the runes were pulled, laying them in their proper position in the layout as you pull them. You can use any Tarot layout, or one of the methods described below.

Runes are oracles, and oracles are often obscure. Each rune can mean many different things. It is up to the runecaster to decide how these meanings apply to the question at hand. You may get even deeper interpretations through your own "gut" reactions to the rune's definition. However, don't delude yourself in thinking that you have a completely different understanding of the cast than indicated by the traditional interpretations. Stick to the recognized interpretations, but learn to expand on their meanings through insight and meditation.

Here is one way I do a rune casting. I reach into my rune bag, stir them around a bit and pick up a bunch. I "cast" them onto a white cloth, and see how the symbols land. Some will be face down and I ignore them. If a rune is upright, it has a certain meaning. If a rune is upside down, it has a different meaning. The combination of the visible runes affects the interpretation. Sometimes the runes "sing" to me and the answer to the question is instantly clear. Here are the three non-structured castings I use most frequently. On another page I'll describe some formal "layouts" to be used for runecasting.

The Norns are the Norse goddesses of fate. Urdh was the goddess of the past, or what has been. Verdhandi is the goddess of the present, what is. Skuld is the goddess of the future, or what shall be. Fate or wyrd was a very important factor in the psychology of the ancients.

A Norns cast is very simple, consisting of three runes, drawn one at a time from the rune pouch and laid in a row. If face down, flip them over as if turning the pages of a book. The first rune represents the past of the situation in question. The second indicates the present, the path that the querier is currently on. The third suggests the future, a likely outcome if one continues on the present path.

This lovely representation of the Norns was created by Paul Dempsey.
Used with permission of the artist. © 1994, Paul Dempsey. All rights reserved.

"This method will give a detailed overview of a person's situation, providing insight into where they are in terms of their spiritual path, and clarifying the options and possible outcomes available to them. Nine is a magical number in Norse mythology. Pick nine runes at random from the pouch. Hold them between your hands for a moment, and focus on your question (if you have one). Then scatter the runes on the table, floor, or cloth if you have one. Read the runes which land face up first. These will relate to the current situation and the circumstances which led to it. How the runes are read is largely subjective, but in general, runes lying in the center are the most immediately relevant, while those lying around the edges are less important, or represent more general influences.

"Runes that are close together or even touching often compliment each other, or may even represent a single thing, while runes which fall on opposite sides of the pattern frequently represent opposing influences. Occasionally, a rune will land completely off the cloth or fall off the table. Some people consider such runes to be particularly significant, while others ignore them completely.

"Once you have looked at the runes which landed face up (and remembered which ones they are), turn over the rest of the runes without moving them from their positions. These represent outside or future influences, and will point to possible outcomes. It is up to you to decide what the various positions and patterns in a reading mean, but once you have come up with a few general rules, try to stick with them. As I have said before, consistency is very important. However, rune readings by their nature are very fluid, subjective things. Try not to impose too much order on your readings by inventing set meanings for every triangle, square and tetrahedron. Runes are like people - you never know how they will get along together until you introduce them. Look at the patterns and relationships that appear in each reading and see what interpretations make sense to you." from Runic Journey by Jennifer Smith.

Rune-tines (such as twigs or popsicle sticks on which the rune symbols are inscribed) work best for casting on the ground. I use these simply by tossing all 24 onto the ground and read the runes which land upright, in the positions in which they land. Their relative positions give their relations. For example, if two upright runes are close or touching and lying nearly parallel, then the runes are related. If they cross, then they are in opposition. There are obviously many degrees of this, and you also have to consider groups of runes, and ones which are far away, and the general direction. This technique relies heavily on intuition, since it doesn't have a spread to lay the runes in, like tarot would use. Between 4 and 8 runes generally land upright, which is about right for most inquiries.))

ᛞᛁᚹᛁᚾᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫-᛫ᚱᛖᚷᚨᚱᛞᛚᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛏᛟᛟᛚᛊ᛫-᛫ᚹᛟᚱᚲᛊ᛫ᛒᛖᚲᚨᚢᛊᛖ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛊᚢᛊᛏᛖᛗ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚢᛊᛁᛜ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛁᚾᛞᛁᚹᛁᛞᚢᚨᛚ᛫ᚲᚨᚱᛞ/ᚺᛖᚲᛊᚨᚷᚱᚨᛗ/ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᛖᛏᚲ.᛫ᚱᛖᛈᚱᛖᛊᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚹᚺᛟᛚᛖ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᛊᛟᛗᛖ᛫ᚢᚾᛁᚠᛁᛖᛞ᛫ᚹᚨᚢ.᛫ᚨᛏ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛗᛟᛗᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫'ᚱᚨᚾᛞᛟᛗ'᛫ᛗᛁᚲᛊᛁᛜ,᛫ᛒᛖᚲᚨᚢᛊᛖ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᛖᚾᛏ,᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᚨᚱᛞᛊ᛫ᛟᚱᛞᛖᚱ᛫ᚦᛖᛗᛊᛖᛚᚹᛖᛊ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛗᛁᚱᚱᛟᚱ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᛖᚨᛚᛁᛏᚢ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᚢᛖᚱᛁᛖᚱ."

ᛊᛁᚷ᛫ᛚᛟᚾᛖᚷᚱᛖᚾ᛫(ᛊᛁᚷ@ᚷᛖᛟᛗᚨᚾᚲᚢ.ᛟᚱᚷ),

ᚨᚢᚦᛟᚱ᛫ᛟᚠ ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᛖᚾᛞᚢᛚᚢᛗ᛫ᚲᛁᛏ ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛒᛟᛟᚲᛊ᛫ᛟᚾ

ᛞᛟᚹᛊᛁᛜ,᛫ᛚᚨᛒᚢᚱᛁᚾᚦᛊ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛊᚨᚲᚱᛖᛞ᛫ᚷᛖᛟᛗᛖᛏᚱᚢ.

ᚹᛁᛊᛁᛏ᛫ᚺᛁᛊ᛫ᛊᛁᛏᛖ᛫ᚨᛏ ᚺᛏᛏᛈ://ᚹᚹᚹ.ᚷᛖᛟᛗᚨᚾᚲᚢ.ᛟᚱᚷ

ᚱᚢᚾᛁᚲ᛫ᛞᛁᚹᛁᚾᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ,᛫"ᚱᚢᚾᛖᚲᚨᛊᛏᛁᛜ",᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫"ᚠᛟᚱᛏᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᛏᛖᛚᛚᛁᛜ".᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᚲᚨᛊᛏᛁᛜ᛫ᚹᛟᚱᚲᛊ᛫ᛞᛖᛖᛈᛚᚢ᛫ᚹᛁᚦ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛊᚢᛒᚲᛟᚾᛊᚲᛁᛟᚢᛊ.᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᛈᛟᚢᚲᚺ᛫ᚹᛁᚦ᛫ᛁᛏᛊ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛁᚲ᛫ᛊᚢᛗᛒᛟᛚᛊ᛫ᚱᛖᛈᚱᛖᛊᛖᚾᛏᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛖᚾᛏᛁᚱᛖ᛫ᚢᚾᛁᚹᛖᚱᛊᛖ.᛫ᚨᛊ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᛈᛟᛊᛖᛊ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚲᚢᛖᛊᛏᛁᛟᚾ,᛫ᛟᚾᛖ'ᛊ᛫ᛖᚾᛏᛁᚱᛖ᛫ᚲᛟᚾᛊᚲᛁᛟᚢᛊ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚢᚾᚲᛟᚾᛊᚲᛁᛟᚢᛊ᛫ᛗᛁᚾᛞ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚠᛟᚲᚢᛊᛖᛞ᛫ᛏᛟᚹᚨᚱᛞ᛫ᚦᚨᛏ᛫ᚲᚢᛖᛊᛏᛁᛟᚾ,᛫ᛊᛟ᛫ᚦᚨᛏ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛚᛟᛏᛊ᛫ᛊᛖᛚᛖᚲᛏᛖᛞ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᛏᚱᚢᛚᚢ᛫ᚱᚨᚾᛞᛟᛗ᛫ᛊᛖᛚᛖᚲᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ,᛫ᛒᚢᛏ᛫ᚱᚨᚦᛖᚱ᛫ᚲᚺᛟᛁᚲᛖᛊ᛫ᛗᚨᛞᛖ᛫ᛒᚢ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛊᚢᛒᚲᛟᚾᛊᚲᛁᛟᚢᛊ.

ᚱᚢᚾᛖᚲᚱᚨᚠᛏ᛫ᛟᛈᛖᚱᚨᛏᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᚨᚾ᛫ᚨᚾᚲᛁᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᚠᛟᚱᛗ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᛈᛊᚢᚲᚺᛟᛚᛟᚷᚢ.᛫ᛖᚹᛖᚾ᛫ᛒᚨᚲᚲ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚹᛁᚲᛁᛜ᛫ᛏᛁᛗᛖᛊ,᛫ᚦᛖᚱᛖ᛫ᚹᚨᛊ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚱᛖᛗᚨᚱᚲᚨᛒᛚᛖ᛫ᚢᚾᛞᛖᚱᛊᛏᚨᚾᛞᛁᛜ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚺᚢᛗᚨᚾ᛫ᛈᛊᚢᚲᚺᛖ.᛫ᚦᛖᚢ᛫ᚱᛖᚲᛟᚷᚾᛁᛉᛖᛞ᛫ᚲᚨᚢᛊᛖ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛖᚠᚠᛖᚲᛏ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᛖᚱᚲᛟᚾᚾᛖᚲᛏᛖᛞᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚨᛚᛚ᛫ᚦᛁᛜᛊ.᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚹᛟᚱᛞ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛞᛖᛊᚲᚱᛁᛒᛖ᛫ᚦᛁᛊ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᛖᚱᚲᛟᚾᚾᛖᚲᛏᛖᛞᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚹᚨᛊ᛫"ᚹᚢᚱᛞ",᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᚹᚨᛊ᛫ᛖᚹᛖᚾᛏᚢᚨᛚᛚᚢ᛫ᛈᛖᚱᚹᛖᚱᛏᛖᛞ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᛟ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛗᛟᛞᛖᚱᚾ᛫ᛗᛖᚨᚾᛁᛜ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫"ᚹᛖᛁᚱᛞ".᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᛞᛁᛞ᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᛟᚱᛁᚷᛁᚾᚨᛚᛚᚢ᛫ᛗᛖᚨᚾ᛫ᛊᛟᛗᛖᚦᛁᛜ᛫ᚢᚾᚢᛊᚢᚨᛚ᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᛊᛏᚱᚨᛜᛖ.᛫ᚱᚨᚦᛖᚱ,᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᚱᛖᚠᛖᚱᚱᛖᛞ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚠᚨᚱ-ᚱᛖᚨᚲᚺᛁᛜ᛫ᛖᚠᚠᛖᚲᛏᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᚨᛏ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᛞᛟᛖᛊ.᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᛟᚾᚲᛖᛈᛏ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫"ᚠᚨᛏᛖ"᛫ᚹᚨᛊ᛫ᚨᛚᛊᛟ᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᚨᛊ᛫ᚹᛖ᛫ᚲᚾᛟᚹ᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᚾᛟᚹ.᛫ᛁᚾᛊᛏᛖᚨᛞ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚺᛖᛚᛈᛚᛖᛊ᛫ᛈᚱᛖᛞᛖᛊᛏᛁᚾᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ,᛫"ᚠᚨᛏᛖ"᛫ᛗᛖᚨᚾᛏ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛞᛖᛊᛏᛁᚾᚢ᛫ᚲᚱᛖᚨᛏᛖᛞ᛫ᛒᚢ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ'ᛊ᛫ᛖᚨᚱᛚᛁᛖᚱ᛫ᚨᚲᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ.᛫ᚹᚢᚱᛞ᛫ᚹᚨᛊ᛫ᛈᛁᚲᛏᚢᚱᛖᛞ᛫ᚨᛊ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚹᛖᛒ,᛫ᛚᛁᚲᛖ᛫ᚦᚨᛏ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛊᛈᛁᛞᛖᚱ.᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛊᚢᛗᛒᛟᛚᛟᚷᚢ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᛖᚲᛊᚲᛖᛚᛚᛖᚾᛏ.᛫ᚹᚺᛖᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛊᛈᛁᛞᛖᚱ᛫ᛊᛏᛖᛈᛊ᛫ᛟᚾᛏᛟ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚦᚱᛖᚨᛞ᛫(ᚨ᛫ᛈᚨᚦ)᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚹᛁᛒᚱᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ᛫ᚨᚠᚠᛖᚲᛏ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛖᚾᛏᛁᚱᛖ᛫ᚹᛖᛒ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚦᚨᛏ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚲᛟᚾᛏᚨᛁᚾᛖᛞ᛫ᚹᛁᚦᛁᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚹᛖᛒ,᛫ᛃᚢᛊᛏ᛫ᚨᛊ᛫ᛟᚢᚱ᛫ᚨᚲᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ᛫ᚨᚠᚠᛖᚲᛏ᛫ᛟᚢᚱ᛫ᛁᛗᛗᛖᛞᛁᚨᛏᛖ᛫ᚹᛟᚱᛚᛞ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚦᛟᛊᛖ᛫ᚨᚱᛟᚢᚾᛞ᛫ᚢᛊ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚨᚲᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᛟᚦᛖᚱᛊ᛫ᚨᚠᚠᛖᚲᛏ᛫ᛟᚢᚱ᛫ᛚᛁᚹᛖᛊ.

ᚹᚺᛖᚾ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᛞᛟᛖᛊ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛁᚲ᛫ᚱᛖᚨᛞᛁᛜ,᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᚢᛊᚢᚨᛚᛚᚢ᛫ᚨᛞᛞᚱᛖᛊᛖᛊ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛈᚨᚱᛏᛁᚲᚢᛚᚨᚱ᛫ᛁᛊᚢᛖ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛖᚲᛊᚨᛗᛁᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚨᛊᛏ,᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚱᛖᛊᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫"ᚠᚢᛏᚢᚱᛖ",᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᚱᚨᚦᛖᚱ᛫"ᚹᚺᚨᛏ᛫ᚹᛁᛚᛚ᛫ᛒᛖ᛫ᛁᚠ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᚠᛟᛚᛚᛟᚹᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚨᚦ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᚨᛈᛈᛖᚨᚱᛊ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛒᛖ᛫ᛟᚾ".᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚠᚢᛏᚢᚱᛖ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚨᛚᚹᚨᚢᛊ᛫ᛈᛖᚱᚲᛖᛁᚹᛖᛞ᛫ᚨᛊ᛫ᛗᚢᛏᚨᛒᛚᛖ,᛫ᚲᚺᚨᛜᛖᚨᛒᛚᛖ.᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛁᚲ᛫ᚱᛖᚨᛞᛁᛜ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᛞᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᚨᛊ᛫ᚨᚾ᛫ᛖᚹᚨᛚᚢᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᛈᚱᛟᚲᛖᛊ,᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᚨᛊ᛫ᚠᛟᚱᛏᚢᚾᛖᛏᛖᛚᛚᛁᛜ.᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᚺᚨᛊ᛫ᚨᚾ᛫ᛟᛈᛈᛟᚱᛏᚢᚾᛁᛏᚢ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛚᛟᛟᚲ᛫ᚨᛏ᛫ᚹᚺᚨᛏ᛫ᚺᚨᛊ᛫ᛟᚲᚲᚢᚱᚱᛖᛞ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚨᛊᛏ᛫(ᚱᛖᚷᚨᚱᛞᛁᛜ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛁᛊᚢᛖ᛫ᛒᛖᛁᛜ᛫ᚲᚢᛖᛊᛏᛁᛟᚾᛖᛞ),᛫ᚹᚺᚨᛏ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᛟᚲᚲᚢᚱᚱᛁᛜ᛫ᚱᛁᚷᚺᛏ᛫ᚾᛟᚹ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚹᚺᚨᛏ᛫ᛞᛁᚱᛖᚲᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚺᛖᚨᛞᛖᛞ.

ᚨ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᚲᚨᛊᛏᛖᚱ᛫ᛞᛟᛖᛊ᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᛊᛖᛖ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚠᚢᛏᚢᚱᛖ.᛫ᚺᛖ/ᛊᛃᛖ᛫ᛖᚲᛊᚨᛗᛁᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚲᚨᚢᛊᛖ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛖᚠᚠᛖᚲᛏ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛈᛟᛁᚾᛏᛊ᛫ᛟᚢᛏ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛚᛁᚲᛖᛚᚢ᛫ᛟᚢᛏᚲᛟᛗᛖ.

ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᛖᚲᛊᚨᚲᛏᛚᚢ᛫ᛟᚲᚲᚢᛚᛏ,᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᛁᛏ?᛫ᛁᛏ'ᛊ᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᛊᚢᛈᛖᚱᚾᚨᛏᚢᚱᚨᛚ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛁᛏ'ᛊ᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᚹᛖᚱᚢ᛫ᛗᚢᛊᛏᛖᚱᛁᛟᚢᛊ--ᚨᛚᚦᛟᚢᚷᚺ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚢᚾᛁᚾᛁᛏᛁᚨᛏᛖᛞ᛫ᚲᛟᚾᛊᛁᛞᛖᚱᛖᛞ᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛞᛖᛚᚹᛁᛜ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᛟ᛫ᛗᚢᛊᛏᛖᚱᚢ,᛫ᛗᚢᚲᚺ᛫ᛚᛁᚲᛖ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛈᚨᛏᛁᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛈᛊᚢᚲᚺᛁᚨᛏᚱᛁᛊᛏ᛫ᛗᛁᚷᚺᛏ.᛫ᛁᛏ'ᛊ᛫ᚲᛖᚱᛏᚨᛁᚾᛚᚢ᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᛗᚨᚷᛁᚲᚨᛚ᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᛞᛖᛗᛟᚾᛁᚲ.᛫ᛁᚾᛊᛏᛖᚨᛞ᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛗᛖᚦᛟᛞᛟᛚᛟᚷᚢ᛫ᚠᛟᚱ᛫ᛖᚲᛊᚨᛗᛁᚾᛁᛜ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚨᚦ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚹᚺᚨᛏ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛖᚠᚠᛖᚲᛏᛊ᛫ᛗᛁᚷᚺᛏ᛫ᛒᛖ,᛫ᛒᚢ᛫ᛗᚨᚲᛁᛜ᛫ᚢᛊᛖ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ'ᛊ᛫ᛊᚢᛒᚲᛟᚾᛊᚲᛁᛟᚢᛊ᛫(ᛁ.ᛖ.᛫ᚨᚾ᛫"ᛁᚾᛏᚢᛁᛏᛁᚹᛖ᛫ᛈᛖᚱᚲᛖᛈᛏᛁᛟᚾ"),᛫ᚢᚾᚠᛖᛏᛏᛖᚱᛖᛞ᛫ᛒᚢ᛫ᛚᛁᛗᛁᛏᛖᛞ᛫ᚲᛟᚾᛊᚲᛁᛟᚢᛊ᛫ᛒᛖᛚᛁᛖᚠ᛫ᛊᚢᛊᛏᛖᛗᛊ.

ᛞᛟᚹᛊᛁᛜ,᛫ᛟᚱ᛫"ᛞᛁᚹᛁᚾᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ"᛫ᛒᚢ᛫ᛒᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᛊᛏᛁᚲᚲ᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᛈᛖᚾᛞᚢᛚᚢᛗ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᛊᛁᛗᛁᛚᚨᚱ.᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᛊᚢᛈᛖᚱᚾᚨᛏᚢᚱᚨᛚ.᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᛁᛊ,᛫ᚨᚷᚨᛁᚾ,᛫ᚨ᛫ᛗᚨᚾᛁᚠᛖᛊᛏᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ'ᛊ᛫ᛊᚢᛒᚲᛟᚾᛊᚲᛁᛟᚢᛊ.᛫ᚨᛚᛚ᛫"ᛁᚾᛏᚢᛁᛏᛁᚹᛖ᛫ᛈᛖᚱᚲᛖᛈᛏᛁᛟᚾ"᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᛊᚢᚲᚺ.᛫ᚾᛟᚦᛁᛜ᛫ᛗᚨᚷᛁᚲᚨᛚ᛫ᚨᛒᛟᚢᛏ᛫ᛁᛏ,᛫ᛗᛖᚱᛖᛚᚢ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛗᛖᚨᚾᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚨᚹᚨᚲᛖᚾᛁᛜ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ'ᛊ᛫ᚱᛁᚷᚺᛏ-ᛒᚱᚨᛁᚾ.

ᚠᛁᚾᛞ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛊᚢᛁᛏᚨᛒᛚᛖ᛫ᛈᛚᚨᚲᛖ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛞᛟ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᛖᚨᛞᛁᛜ.᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᛞᛟ᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᚹᚨᚾᛏ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛒᛖ᛫ᛞᛁᛊᛏᚢᚱᛒᛖᛞ.᛫ᛏᚱᚢ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛊᛁᛏ᛫ᚠᚨᚲᛁᛜ᛫ᚾᛟᚱᚦ᛫ᛁᚠ᛫ᛈᛟᛊᛁᛒᛚᛖ,᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛞᛁᚱᛖᚲᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚷᛟᛞᛊ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚾᛟᚱᛊᛖ᛫ᛗᚢᚦᛟᛚᛟᚷᚢ.᛫ᛈᛚᚨᚲᛖ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛊᛗᚨᛚᛚ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᛏᛖ᛫ᚲᛚᛟᚦ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛊᚢᚱᚠᚨᚲᛖ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚠᚱᛟᚾᛏ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ.᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚹᛟᚱᚲ᛫ᚹᛁᚦ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᚦᛁᛊ᛫ᚲᛚᛟᚦ.᛫ᚦᛁᛊ᛫ᚲᛚᛟᚦ᛫ᛈᚱᛟᛏᛖᚲᛏᛊ᛫ᚦᛖᛗ᛫ᚠᚱᛟᛗ᛫ᚷᛖᛏᛏᛁᛜ᛫ᛞᛁᚱᛏᚢ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚨᛚᛊᛟ᛫ᚠᛟᚱᛗᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛒᛟᚢᚾᛞᚨᚱᚢ᛫ᚠᛟᚱ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᚨᛊᛏᛁᛜ.

ᚲᚨᚱᛖᚠᚢᛚᛚᚢ᛫ᚠᛟᚱᛗ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚲᚢᛖᛊᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᛃᛟᚢᚱ᛫ᛗᛁᚾᛞ.᛫ᛏᚨᚲᛖ᛫ᛃᛟᚢᚱ᛫ᛏᛁᛗᛖ᛫ᛞᛟᛁᛜ᛫ᚦᛁᛊ,᛫ᚨᛊ᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚹᛖᚱᚢ᛫ᛁᛗᛈᛟᚱᛏᚨᚾᛏ᛫ᚦᚨᛏ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᛞᛟ᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᚲᚺᚨᛜᛖ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᚢᛖᛊᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᛗᛁᛞᚹᚨᚢ᛫ᚦᚱᛟᚢᚷᚺ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᛖᚨᛞᛁᛜ.᛫ᛟᚾᚲᛖ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚺᚨᚹᛖ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᚢᛖᛊᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᚠᛁᚱᛗᛚᚢ᛫ᚠᛁᚲᛊᛖᛞ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᛃᛟᚢᚱ᛫ᛗᛁᚾᛞ᛫ᛒᛖᚷᛁᚾ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᚷᛖᚾᛏᛚᚢ᛫ᛗᛁᚲᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚦᛖᛁᚱ᛫ᛒᚨᚷ᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᚲᛟᚾᛏᚨᛁᚾᛖᚱ.᛫ᚲᛟᚾᛏᛁᚾᚢᛖ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛗᛁᚲᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚢᚾᛏᛁᛚ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚠᛖᛖᛚ᛫ᚲᛟᛗᛈᛖᛚᛚᛖᛞ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛏᚨᚲᛖ᛫ᚢᛈ᛫ᚲᛖᚱᛏᚨᛁᚾ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᛚᛟᛏᛊ.᛫(ᚦᛁᛊ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚹᚺᚢ᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᛁᛗᛈᛟᚱᛏᚨᚾᛏ᛫ᚦᚨᛏ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᛚᛟᛏᛊ᛫ᛒᛖ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛊᚨᛗᛖ᛫ᛊᛃᚨᛈᛖ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛊᛁᛉᛖ:᛫ᛊᛟ᛫ᚦᚨᛏ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚲᚨᚾ'ᛏ᛫ᛁᛞᛖᚾᛏᛁᚠᚢ᛫ᛖᚨᚲᚺ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᛒᚢ᛫ᛊᛃᚨᛈᛖ.)

ᚲᛟᚾᛏᛁᚾᚢᛖ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛊᛏᛁᚱ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛊᛖᛚᛖᚲᛏ᛫ᛚᛟᛏᛊ᛫ᚢᚾᛏᛁᛚ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚺᚨᚹᛖ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᛟᚱᚱᛖᚲᛏ᛫ᚾᚢᛗᛒᛖᚱ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚠᚱᛟᚾᛏ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚠᛟᚱ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛚᚨᛃᛟᚢᛏ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚹᛁᛚᛚ᛫ᛒᛖ᛫ᚢᛊᛁᛜ.᛫ᚲᛖᛖᛈ᛫ᛏᚱᚨᚲᚲ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛟᚱᛞᛖᚱ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚹᛖᚱᛖ᛫ᛈᚢᛚᛚᛖᛞ,᛫ᛚᚨᚢᛁᛜ᛫ᚦᛖᛗ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚦᛖᛁᚱ᛫ᛈᚱᛟᛈᛖᚱ᛫ᛈᛟᛊᛁᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛚᚨᛃᛟᚢᛏ᛫ᚨᛊ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᛈᚢᛚᛚ᛫ᚦᛖᛗ.᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚲᚨᚾ᛫ᚢᛊᛖ᛫ᚨᚾᚢ᛫ᛏᚨᚱᛟᛏ᛫ᛚᚨᛃᛟᚢᛏ,᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛗᛖᚦᛟᛞᛊ᛫ᛞᛖᛊᚲᚱᛁᛒᛖᛞ᛫ᛒᛖᛚᛟᚹ.

ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᛟᚱᚨᚲᛚᛖᛊ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛟᚱᚨᚲᛚᛖᛊ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᛟᚠᛏᛖᚾ᛫ᛟᛒᛊᚲᚢᚱᛖ.᛫ᛖᚨᚲᚺ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᚲᚨᚾ᛫ᛗᛖᚨᚾ᛫ᛗᚨᚾᚢ᛫ᛞᛁᚠᚠᛖᚱᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᚦᛁᛜᛊ.᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚢᛈ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᚲᚨᛊᛏᛖᚱ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛞᛖᚲᛁᛞᛖ᛫ᚺᛟᚹ᛫ᚦᛖᛊᛖ᛫ᛗᛖᚨᚾᛁᛜᛊ᛫ᚨᛈᛈᛚᚢ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᚢᛖᛊᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᚨᛏ᛫ᚺᚨᚾᛞ.᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᛗᚨᚢ᛫ᚷᛖᛏ᛫ᛖᚹᛖᚾ᛫ᛞᛖᛖᛈᛖᚱ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᛖᚱᛈᚱᛖᛏᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ᛫ᚦᚱᛟᚢᚷᚺ᛫ᛃᛟᚢᚱ᛫ᛟᚹᚾ᛫"ᚷᚢᛏ"᛫ᚱᛖᚨᚲᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ'ᛊ᛫ᛞᛖᚠᛁᚾᛁᛏᛁᛟᚾ.᛫ᚺᛟᚹᛖᚹᛖᚱ,᛫ᛞᛟᚾ'ᛏ᛫ᛞᛖᛚᚢᛞᛖ᛫ᛃᛟᚢᚱᛊᛖᛚᚠ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚦᛁᚾᚲᛁᛜ᛫ᚦᚨᛏ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚺᚨᚹᛖ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚲᛟᛗᛈᛚᛖᛏᛖᛚᚢ᛫ᛞᛁᚠᚠᛖᚱᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᚢᚾᛞᛖᚱᛊᛏᚨᚾᛞᛁᛜ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᚨᛊᛏ᛫ᚦᚨᚾ᛫ᛁᚾᛞᛁᚲᚨᛏᛖᛞ᛫ᛒᚢ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛏᚱᚨᛞᛁᛏᛁᛟᚾᚨᛚ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᛖᚱᛈᚱᛖᛏᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ.᛫ᛊᛏᛁᚲᚲ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᛖᚲᛟᚷᚾᛁᛉᛖᛞ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᛖᚱᛈᚱᛖᛏᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ,᛫ᛒᚢᛏ᛫ᛚᛖᚨᚱᚾ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛖᚲᛊᛈᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᚦᛖᛁᚱ᛫ᛗᛖᚨᚾᛁᛜᛊ᛫ᚦᚱᛟᚢᚷᚺ᛫ᛁᚾᛊᛁᚷᚺᛏ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛗᛖᛞᛁᛏᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ.

ᚺᛖᚱᛖ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᚹᚨᚢ᛫ᛁ᛫ᛞᛟ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᚲᚨᛊᛏᛁᛜ.᛫ᛁ᛫ᚱᛖᚨᚲᚺ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᛟ᛫ᛗᚢ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᛒᚨᚷ,᛫ᛊᛏᛁᚱ᛫ᚦᛖᛗ᛫ᚨᚱᛟᚢᚾᛞ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛒᛁᛏ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛈᛁᚲᚲ᛫ᚢᛈ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛒᚢᚾᚲᚺ.᛫ᛁ᛫"ᚲᚨᛊᛏ"᛫ᚦᛖᛗ᛫ᛟᚾᛏᛟ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᛏᛖ᛫ᚲᛚᛟᚦ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛊᛖᛖ᛫ᚺᛟᚹ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛊᚢᛗᛒᛟᛚᛊ᛫ᛚᚨᚾᛞ.᛫ᛊᛟᛗᛖ᛫ᚹᛁᛚᛚ᛫ᛒᛖ᛫ᚠᚨᚲᛖ᛫ᛞᛟᚹᚾ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛁ᛫ᛁᚷᚾᛟᚱᛖ᛫ᚦᛖᛗ.᛫ᛁᚠ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚢᛈᚱᛁᚷᚺᛏ,᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᚺᚨᛊ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚲᛖᚱᛏᚨᛁᚾ᛫ᛗᛖᚨᚾᛁᛜ.᛫ᛁᚠ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚢᛈᛊᛁᛞᛖ᛫ᛞᛟᚹᚾ,᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᚺᚨᛊ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛞᛁᚠᚠᛖᚱᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᛗᛖᚨᚾᛁᛜ.᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᛟᛗᛒᛁᚾᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚹᛁᛊᛁᛒᛚᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚨᚠᚠᛖᚲᛏᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᛖᚱᛈᚱᛖᛏᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ.᛫ᛊᛟᛗᛖᛏᛁᛗᛖᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫"ᛊᛁᛜ"᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛗᛖ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚨᚾᛊᚹᛖᚱ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᚢᛖᛊᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᛁᚾᛊᛏᚨᚾᛏᛚᚢ᛫ᚲᛚᛖᚨᚱ.᛫ᚺᛖᚱᛖ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚦᚱᛖᛖ᛫ᚾᛟᚾ-ᛊᛏᚱᚢᚲᛏᚢᚱᛖᛞ᛫ᚲᚨᛊᛏᛁᛜᛊ᛫ᛁ᛫ᚢᛊᛖ᛫ᛗᛟᛊᛏ᛫ᚠᚱᛖᚲᚢᛖᚾᛏᛚᚢ.᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᚨᚾᛟᚦᛖᚱ᛫ᛈᚨᚷᛖ᛫ᛁ'ᛚᛚ᛫ᛞᛖᛊᚲᚱᛁᛒᛖ᛫ᛊᛟᛗᛖ᛫ᚠᛟᚱᛗᚨᛚ᛫"ᛚᚨᛃᛟᚢᛏᛊ"᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛒᛖ᛫ᚢᛊᛖᛞ᛫ᚠᛟᚱ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᚲᚨᛊᛏᛁᛜ.

ᚦᛖ᛫ᚾᛟᚱᚾᛊ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚾᛟᚱᛊᛖ᛫ᚷᛟᛞᛞᛖᛊᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚠᚨᛏᛖ.᛫ᚢᚱᛞᚺ᛫ᚹᚨᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚷᛟᛞᛞᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚨᛊᛏ,᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᚹᚺᚨᛏ᛫ᚺᚨᛊ᛫ᛒᛖᛖᚾ.᛫ᚹᛖᚱᛞᚺᚨᚾᛞᛁ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚷᛟᛞᛞᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚱᛖᛊᛖᚾᛏ,᛫ᚹᚺᚨᛏ᛫ᛁᛊ.᛫ᛊᚲᚢᛚᛞ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚷᛟᛞᛞᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚠᚢᛏᚢᚱᛖ,᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᚹᚺᚨᛏ᛫ᛊᛃᚨᛚᛚ᛫ᛒᛖ.᛫ᚠᚨᛏᛖ᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᚹᚢᚱᛞ᛫ᚹᚨᛊ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚹᛖᚱᚢ᛫ᛁᛗᛈᛟᚱᛏᚨᚾᛏ᛫ᚠᚨᚲᛏᛟᚱ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᛊᚢᚲᚺᛟᛚᛟᚷᚢ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚨᚾᚲᛁᛖᚾᛏᛊ.

ᚨ᛫ᚾᛟᚱᚾᛊ᛫ᚲᚨᛊᛏ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚹᛖᚱᚢ᛫ᛊᛁᛗᛈᛚᛖ,᛫ᚲᛟᚾᛊᛁᛊᛏᛁᛜ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᚱᛖᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ,᛫ᛞᚱᚨᚹᚾ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᚨᛏ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛏᛁᛗᛖ᛫ᚠᚱᛟᛗ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᛈᛟᚢᚲᚺ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛚᚨᛁᛞ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚱᛟᚹ.᛫ᛁᚠ᛫ᚠᚨᚲᛖ᛫ᛞᛟᚹᚾ,᛫ᚠᛚᛁᛈ᛫ᚦᛖᛗ᛫ᛟᚹᛖᚱ᛫ᚨᛊ᛫ᛁᚠ᛫ᛏᚢᚱᚾᛁᛜ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚨᚷᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛒᛟᛟᚲ.᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚠᛁᚱᛊᛏ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᚱᛖᛈᚱᛖᛊᛖᚾᛏᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚨᛊᛏ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛊᛁᛏᚢᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚲᚢᛖᛊᛏᛁᛟᚾ.᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛊᛖᚲᛟᚾᛞ᛫ᛁᚾᛞᛁᚲᚨᛏᛖᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚱᛖᛊᛖᚾᛏ,᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚨᚦ᛫ᚦᚨᛏ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᚢᛖᚱᛁᛖᚱ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚲᚢᚱᚱᛖᚾᛏᛚᚢ᛫ᛟᚾ.᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚦᛁᚱᛞ᛫ᛊᚢᚷᚷᛖᛊᛏᛊ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚠᚢᛏᚢᚱᛖ,᛫ᚨ᛫ᛚᛁᚲᛖᛚᚢ᛫ᛟᚢᛏᚲᛟᛗᛖ᛫ᛁᚠ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ᛫ᚲᛟᚾᛏᛁᚾᚢᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚱᛖᛊᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᛈᚨᚦ.

ᚦᛁᛊ᛫ᛚᛟᚹᛖᛚᚢ᛫ᚱᛖᛈᚱᛖᛊᛖᚾᛏᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚾᛟᚱᚾᛊ᛫ᚹᚨᛊ᛫ᚲᚱᛖᚨᛏᛖᛞ᛫ᛒᚢ᛫ᛈᚨᚢᛚ᛫ᛞᛖᛗᛈᛊᛖᚢ.

ᚢᛊᛖᛞ᛫ᚹᛁᚦ᛫ᛈᛖᚱᛗᛁᛊᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚨᚱᛏᛁᛊᛏ.᛫©᛫˒⃒͇̿̅≣⃒⃘̲̳̅͌,᛫ᛈᚨᚢᛚ᛫ᛞᛖᛗᛈᛊᛖᚢ.᛫ᚨᛚᛚ᛫ᚱᛁᚷᚺᛏᛊ᛫ᚱᛖᛊᛖᚱᚹᛖᛞ.

"ᚦᛁᛊ᛫ᛗᛖᚦᛟᛞ᛫ᚹᛁᛚᛚ᛫ᚷᛁᚹᛖ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛞᛖᛏᚨᛁᛚᛖᛞ᛫ᛟᚹᛖᚱᚹᛁᛖᚹ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛈᛖᚱᛊᛟᚾ'ᛊ᛫ᛊᛁᛏᚢᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ,᛫ᛈᚱᛟᚹᛁᛞᛁᛜ᛫ᛁᚾᛊᛁᚷᚺᛏ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᛟ᛫ᚹᚺᛖᚱᛖ᛫ᚦᛖᚢ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᛏᛖᚱᛗᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖᛁᚱ᛫ᛊᛈᛁᚱᛁᛏᚢᚨᛚ᛫ᛈᚨᚦ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚲᛚᚨᚱᛁᚠᚢᛁᛜ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛟᛈᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛈᛟᛊᛁᛒᛚᛖ᛫ᛟᚢᛏᚲᛟᛗᛖᛊ᛫ᚨᚹᚨᛁᛚᚨᛒᛚᛖ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᚦᛖᛗ.᛫ᚾᛁᚾᛖ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛗᚨᚷᛁᚲᚨᛚ᛫ᚾᚢᛗᛒᛖᚱ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚾᛟᚱᛊᛖ᛫ᛗᚢᚦᛟᛚᛟᚷᚢ.᛫ᛈᛁᚲᚲ᛫ᚾᛁᚾᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚨᛏ᛫ᚱᚨᚾᛞᛟᛗ᛫ᚠᚱᛟᛗ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᛟᚢᚲᚺ.᛫ᚺᛟᛚᛞ᛫ᚦᛖᛗ᛫ᛒᛖᛏᚹᛖᛖᚾ᛫ᛃᛟᚢᚱ᛫ᚺᚨᚾᛞᛊ᛫ᚠᛟᚱ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛗᛟᛗᛖᚾᛏ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚠᛟᚲᚢᛊ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᛃᛟᚢᚱ᛫ᚲᚢᛖᛊᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫(ᛁᚠ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚺᚨᚹᛖ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ).᛫ᚦᛖᚾ᛫ᛊᚲᚨᛏᛏᛖᚱ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛏᚨᛒᛚᛖ,᛫ᚠᛚᛟᛟᚱ,᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᚲᛚᛟᚦ᛫ᛁᚠ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚺᚨᚹᛖ᛫ᛟᚾᛖ.᛫ᚱᛖᚨᛞ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᛚᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚠᚨᚲᛖ᛫ᚢᛈ᛫ᚠᛁᚱᛊᛏ.᛫ᚦᛖᛊᛖ᛫ᚹᛁᛚᛚ᛫ᚱᛖᛚᚨᛏᛖ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᚢᚱᚱᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᛊᛁᛏᚢᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᛁᚱᚲᚢᛗᛊᛏᚨᚾᚲᛖᛊ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᛚᛖᛞ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛁᛏ.᛫ᚺᛟᚹ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᚱᛖᚨᛞ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᛚᚨᚱᚷᛖᛚᚢ᛫ᛊᚢᛒᛃᛖᚲᛏᛁᚹᛖ,᛫ᛒᚢᛏ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚷᛖᚾᛖᚱᚨᛚ,᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᛚᚢᛁᛜ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᛖᚾᛏᛖᚱ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛗᛟᛊᛏ᛫ᛁᛗᛗᛖᛞᛁᚨᛏᛖᛚᚢ᛫ᚱᛖᛚᛖᚹᚨᚾᛏ,᛫ᚹᚺᛁᛚᛖ᛫ᚦᛟᛊᛖ᛫ᛚᚢᛁᛜ᛫ᚨᚱᛟᚢᚾᛞ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛖᛞᚷᛖᛊ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᛚᛖᛊ᛫ᛁᛗᛈᛟᚱᛏᚨᚾᛏ,᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᚱᛖᛈᚱᛖᛊᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᛗᛟᚱᛖ᛫ᚷᛖᚾᛖᚱᚨᛚ᛫ᛁᚾᚠᛚᚢᛖᚾᚲᛖᛊ.

"ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚦᚨᛏ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᚲᛚᛟᛊᛖ᛫ᛏᛟᚷᛖᚦᛖᚱ᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᛖᚹᛖᚾ᛫ᛏᛟᚢᚲᚺᛁᛜ᛫ᛟᚠᛏᛖᚾ᛫ᚲᛟᛗᛈᛚᛁᛗᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᛖᚨᚲᚺ᛫ᛟᚦᛖᚱ,᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᛗᚨᚢ᛫ᛖᚹᛖᚾ᛫ᚱᛖᛈᚱᛖᛊᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛊᛁᛜᛚᛖ᛫ᚦᛁᛜ,᛫ᚹᚺᛁᛚᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᚠᚨᛚᛚ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᛟᛈᛈᛟᛊᛁᛏᛖ᛫ᛊᛁᛞᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚨᛏᛏᛖᚱᚾ᛫ᚠᚱᛖᚲᚢᛖᚾᛏᛚᚢ᛫ᚱᛖᛈᚱᛖᛊᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᛟᛈᛈᛟᛊᛁᛜ᛫ᛁᚾᚠᛚᚢᛖᚾᚲᛖᛊ.᛫ᛟᚲᚲᚨᛊᛁᛟᚾᚨᛚᛚᚢ,᛫ᚨ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᚹᛁᛚᛚ᛫ᛚᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚲᛟᛗᛈᛚᛖᛏᛖᛚᚢ᛫ᛟᚠᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚲᛚᛟᚦ᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᚠᚨᛚᛚ᛫ᛟᚠᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛏᚨᛒᛚᛖ.᛫ᛊᛟᛗᛖ᛫ᛈᛖᛟᛈᛚᛖ᛫ᚲᛟᚾᛊᛁᛞᛖᚱ᛫ᛊᚢᚲᚺ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛒᛖ᛫ᛈᚨᚱᛏᛁᚲᚢᛚᚨᚱᛚᚢ᛫ᛊᛁᚷᚾᛁᚠᛁᚲᚨᚾᛏ,᛫ᚹᚺᛁᛚᛖ᛫ᛟᚦᛖᚱᛊ᛫ᛁᚷᚾᛟᚱᛖ᛫ᚦᛖᛗ᛫ᚲᛟᛗᛈᛚᛖᛏᛖᛚᚢ.

"ᛟᚾᚲᛖ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚺᚨᚹᛖ᛫ᛚᛟᛟᚲᛖᛞ᛫ᚨᛏ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᛚᚨᚾᛞᛖᛞ᛫ᚠᚨᚲᛖ᛫ᚢᛈ᛫(ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚱᛖᛗᛖᛗᛒᛖᚱᛖᛞ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᛟᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚦᛖᚢ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ),᛫ᛏᚢᚱᚾ᛫ᛟᚹᛖᚱ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᛖᛊᛏ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚹᛁᚦᛟᚢᛏ᛫ᛗᛟᚹᛁᛜ᛫ᚦᛖᛗ᛫ᚠᚱᛟᛗ᛫ᚦᛖᛁᚱ᛫ᛈᛟᛊᛁᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ.᛫ᚦᛖᛊᛖ᛫ᚱᛖᛈᚱᛖᛊᛖᚾᛏ᛫ᛟᚢᛏᛊᛁᛞᛖ᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᚠᚢᛏᚢᚱᛖ᛫ᛁᚾᚠᛚᚢᛖᚾᚲᛖᛊ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚹᛁᛚᛚ᛫ᛈᛟᛁᚾᛏ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛈᛟᛊᛁᛒᛚᛖ᛫ᛟᚢᛏᚲᛟᛗᛖᛊ.᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚢᛈ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛞᛖᚲᛁᛞᛖ᛫ᚹᚺᚨᛏ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚹᚨᚱᛁᛟᚢᛊ᛫ᛈᛟᛊᛁᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛈᚨᛏᛏᛖᚱᚾᛊ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚱᛖᚨᛞᛁᛜ᛫ᛗᛖᚨᚾ,᛫ᛒᚢᛏ᛫ᛟᚾᚲᛖ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚺᚨᚹᛖ᛫ᚲᛟᛗᛖ᛫ᚢᛈ᛫ᚹᛁᚦ᛫ᚨ᛫ᚠᛖᚹ᛫ᚷᛖᚾᛖᚱᚨᛚ᛫ᚱᚢᛚᛖᛊ,᛫ᛏᚱᚢ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛊᛏᛁᚲᚲ᛫ᚹᛁᚦ᛫ᚦᛖᛗ.᛫ᚨᛊ᛫ᛁ᛫ᚺᚨᚹᛖ᛫ᛊᚨᛁᛞ᛫ᛒᛖᚠᛟᚱᛖ,᛫ᚲᛟᚾᛊᛁᛊᛏᛖᚾᚲᚢ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚹᛖᚱᚢ᛫ᛁᛗᛈᛟᚱᛏᚨᚾᛏ.᛫ᚺᛟᚹᛖᚹᛖᚱ,᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᚱᛖᚨᛞᛁᛜᛊ᛫ᛒᚢ᛫ᚦᛖᛁᚱ᛫ᚾᚨᛏᚢᚱᛖ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᚹᛖᚱᚢ᛫ᚠᛚᚢᛁᛞ,᛫ᛊᚢᛒᛃᛖᚲᛏᛁᚹᛖ᛫ᚦᛁᛜᛊ.᛫ᛏᚱᚢ᛫ᚾᛟᛏ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛁᛗᛈᛟᛊᛖ᛫ᛏᛟᛟ᛫ᛗᚢᚲᚺ᛫ᛟᚱᛞᛖᚱ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᛃᛟᚢᚱ᛫ᚱᛖᚨᛞᛁᛜᛊ᛫ᛒᚢ᛫ᛁᚾᚹᛖᚾᛏᛁᛜ᛫ᛊᛖᛏ᛫ᛗᛖᚨᚾᛁᛜᛊ᛫ᚠᛟᚱ᛫ᛖᚹᛖᚱᚢ᛫ᛏᚱᛁᚨᛜᛚᛖ,᛫ᛊᚲᚢᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛏᛖᛏᚱᚨᚺᛖᛞᚱᛟᚾ.᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᛚᛁᚲᛖ᛫ᛈᛖᛟᛈᛚᛖ᛫-᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚾᛖᚹᛖᚱ᛫ᚲᚾᛟᚹ᛫ᚺᛟᚹ᛫ᚦᛖᚢ᛫ᚹᛁᛚᛚ᛫ᚷᛖᛏ᛫ᚨᛚᛟᛜ᛫ᛏᛟᚷᛖᚦᛖᚱ᛫ᚢᚾᛏᛁᛚ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᚱᛟᛞᚢᚲᛖ᛫ᚦᛖᛗ.᛫ᛚᛟᛟᚲ᛫ᚨᛏ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᚨᛏᛏᛖᚱᚾᛊ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚱᛖᛚᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊᛃᛁᛈᛊ᛫ᚦᚨᛏ᛫ᚨᛈᛈᛖᚨᚱ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᛖᚨᚲᚺ᛫ᚱᛖᚨᛞᛁᛜ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛊᛖᛖ᛫ᚹᚺᚨᛏ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᛖᚱᛈᚱᛖᛏᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ᛫ᛗᚨᚲᛖ᛫ᛊᛖᚾᛊᛖ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ."᛫ᚠᚱᛟᛗ ᚱᚢᚾᛁᚲ᛫ᛃᛟᚢᚱᚾᛖᚢ ᛒᚢ᛫ᛃᛖᚾᚾᛁᚠᛖᚱ᛫ᛊᛗᛁᚦ.

ᚱᚢᚾᛖ-ᛏᛁᚾᛖᛊ᛫(ᛊᚢᚲᚺ᛫ᚨᛊ᛫ᛏᚹᛁᚷᛊ᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᛈᛟᛈᛊᛁᚲᛚᛖ᛫ᛊᛏᛁᚲᚲᛊ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖ᛫ᛊᚢᛗᛒᛟᛚᛊ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᛁᚾᛊᚲᚱᛁᛒᛖᛞ)᛫ᚹᛟᚱᚲ᛫ᛒᛖᛊᛏ᛫ᚠᛟᚱ᛫ᚲᚨᛊᛏᛁᛜ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚷᚱᛟᚢᚾᛞ.᛫ᛁ᛫ᚢᛊᛖ᛫ᚦᛖᛊᛖ᛫ᛊᛁᛗᛈᛚᚢ᛫ᛒᚢ᛫ᛏᛟᛊᛁᛜ᛫ᚨᛚᛚ᛫≣⃒̲̅᛫ᛟᚾᛏᛟ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚷᚱᛟᚢᚾᛞ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚱᛖᚨᛞ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᛚᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚢᛈᚱᛁᚷᚺᛏ,᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᛈᛟᛊᛁᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᚦᛖᚢ᛫ᛚᚨᚾᛞ.᛫ᚦᛖᛁᚱ᛫ᚱᛖᛚᚨᛏᛁᚹᛖ᛫ᛈᛟᛊᛁᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ᛫ᚷᛁᚹᛖ᛫ᚦᛖᛁᚱ᛫ᚱᛖᛚᚨᛏᛁᛟᚾᛊ.᛫ᚠᛟᚱ᛫ᛖᚲᛊᚨᛗᛈᛚᛖ,᛫ᛁᚠ᛫ᛏᚹᛟ᛫ᚢᛈᚱᛁᚷᚺᛏ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᚲᛚᛟᛊᛖ᛫ᛟᚱ᛫ᛏᛟᚢᚲᚺᛁᛜ᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛚᚢᛁᛜ᛫ᚾᛖᚨᚱᛚᚢ᛫ᛈᚨᚱᚨᛚᛚᛖᛚ,᛫ᚦᛖᚾ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᚱᛖᛚᚨᛏᛖᛞ.᛫ᛁᚠ᛫ᚦᛖᚢ᛫ᚲᚱᛟᛊ,᛫ᚦᛖᚾ᛫ᚦᛖᚢ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᛟᛈᛈᛟᛊᛁᛏᛁᛟᚾ.᛫ᚦᛖᚱᛖ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᛟᛒᚹᛁᛟᚢᛊᛚᚢ᛫ᛗᚨᚾᚢ᛫ᛞᛖᚷᚱᛖᛖᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚦᛁᛊ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛃᛟᚢ᛫ᚨᛚᛊᛟ᛫ᚺᚨᚹᛖ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᚲᛟᚾᛊᛁᛞᛖᚱ᛫ᚷᚱᛟᚢᛈᛊ᛫ᛟᚠ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᛟᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᚨᚱᛖ᛫ᚠᚨᚱ᛫ᚨᚹᚨᚢ,᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚷᛖᚾᛖᚱᚨᛚ᛫ᛞᛁᚱᛖᚲᛏᛁᛟᚾ.᛫ᚦᛁᛊ᛫ᛏᛖᚲᚺᚾᛁᚲᚢᛖ᛫ᚱᛖᛚᛁᛖᛊ᛫ᚺᛖᚨᚹᛁᛚᚢ᛫ᛟᚾ᛫ᛁᚾᛏᚢᛁᛏᛁᛟᚾ,᛫ᛊᛁᚾᚲᛖ᛫ᛁᛏ᛫ᛞᛟᛖᛊᚾ'ᛏ᛫ᚺᚨᚹᛖ᛫ᚨ᛫ᛊᛈᚱᛖᚨᛞ᛫ᛏᛟ᛫ᛚᚨᚢ᛫ᚦᛖ᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᛁᚾ,᛫ᛚᛁᚲᛖ᛫ᛏᚨᚱᛟᛏ᛫ᚹᛟᚢᛚᛞ᛫ᚢᛊᛖ.᛫ᛒᛖᛏᚹᛖᛖᚾ᛫≣⃒᛫ᚨᚾᛞ᛫˒⃒̱̿᛫ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊ᛫ᚷᛖᚾᛖᚱᚨᛚᛚᚢ᛫ᛚᚨᚾᛞ᛫ᚢᛈᚱᛁᚷᚺᛏ,᛫ᚹᚺᛁᚲᚺ᛫ᛁᛊ᛫ᚨᛒᛟᚢᛏ᛫ᚱᛁᚷᚺᛏ᛫ᚠᛟᚱ᛫ᛗᛟᛊᛏ᛫ᛁᚾᚲᚢᛁᚱᛁᛖᛊ.