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The rune Perthro, also known as "Perþ," is an ancient runic symbol that was used in the runic alphabet known as the Elder Futhark. The Elder Futhark was used by Germanic tribes during the Migration Period and is the oldest known runic alphabet. Perthro represents the sound "P" and is associated with the meaning "luck" or "chance." Its literal translation is uncertain, but it is often interpreted as a dice cup or a bag containing lots or objects of chance. It is closely linked to the concept of fate and the unpredictable nature of life. In divination and fortune-telling, the Perthro rune is seen as a symbol of mystery, hidden knowledge, and the unknown. It suggests that there are elements of chance and luck at play in one's life, and that outcomes may be influenced by factors beyond one's control. It can signify a turning point or a need to take a risk in order to achieve a desired outcome. When the Perthro rune appears in a reading, it may suggest that one needs to be open to new possibilities and embrace uncertainty. It advises being receptive to change and being willing to take calculated risks. It can also indicate that the answer to a particular question is unknown or hidden, and that further exploration or patience is required

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