Do Runic Scripts differ Like Russian & Latin do? It does suppose a long history behind them. Because it feels as if some mistake or an evil will unable to wipe it off completely tries to intricate it with some false information about it, which is given by indoctrination just as phoenician poured into students heads without argument. Though there were alphabets before it. Ugaritic alphabet is more ancient, and it’s different, and it’s pure alphabet, unlike babylonian cuneiform, unlike egyptian hieroglyphics, which also contains the very alphabetic structure, only accompanied with syllabary and pictograms. The roots of this structure are in there. The trace of it is lost in egyptology of 19th century, but I’m digging deeper, watch on.

Sometime it feels as if the force that eliminated runic scripts from use, demolished Yrminsul, is still in charge and ceizes us from reviving the old culture. Their superstratic persistence is outrageous! My duty as a scientist is to dig it all out. It’s inevitable. Transport first, then media, now internets all intensified the process of truth coming to the light. Now, as a scientist, I must find a peaceful solution for this ancient conflict. Do they simply stick to an old dogma? Does magic work? It does, as chemistry and psychology, maybe some other ways? Is it supposed to be concealed to avoid evil people from using it? chemistry at least? Let them use psychology, and let us learn their tricks. Maybe some day we’re gonna learn how to be protected from chemical & biological agents. We are in an open space. Without spacesuits. Aggressive environment does kill us from the day we were born, just as chinese say. So we must make ourselves casual spacesuits, not only to survive, but to feel more comfortable. To be able to bring liquid into it. To lay in some medigel, supported by an exosceletal construct, rolling into a sphere, riding in the transport tubes, avoiding to crash by airpressure in them. 

Ken Dowden comments that behind Irminsul, Thor's Oak in Geismar, and the sacred tree at Uppsala "looms a mythic prototype, an Yggdrasil, the world-ash of the Norsemen".

Dowden, Ken (2000). European Paganism: the Realities of Cult from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. Routledge. ISBN 0-415-12034-9. p. 72.

is it even correct to use the link if I haven’t read this book (I took those lines from wiki)

Independently, the shape of the Elder Futhark Algiz rune reappears in the Younger Futhark Maðr rune , continuing the Elder Futhark rune *Mannaz.

It is taken from
yes, new technology demand new standarts in scientific work. It’s way better than to look for a book you most likely won’t be able to find (especially when you’re living in some hellhole trying to do your thing)tps://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Algiz&diff=670954120&oldid=656146798