Going down near the elbow, a knotted ornament binds together two animal figures, in particular a goat and a sow, beasts sacred to the goddess Freya who were sacrificed to her during fertility rites.
The goddess Freya is represented immediately below her, encircled in her mythological hawk robe.
Below her I drew two figures, the first is Freyr, one of the main deities of the Vani, brother of Freya, whose qualities as god of fecundity are evident in all sources. He is also called Yngvi, progenitor, where Ingwaz is the name of the rune that indicates the primordial ancestor.
He is described to us by Adam of Bremen as "cum ingenti priapo" and this makes him, unequivocally, a male deity of fecundity.
In front of him, Frigg, Odin's wife, Baldr's mother, supreme among the goddesses who has much in common with Freya.
She is probably a goddess of love of Germanic origin, it is said that she helps women in childbirth and her name, which means "beloved", "bride", has given its roots to the name of Friday, which was in ancient times the day consecrated to both the goddess Frigg both at the celebration of weddings and at the fruitful union of the married couple.
To bind all the elements of this sleeve there are runes, visible above all on the inside of the arm.
These are real magic formulas found on stones, jewels and so on, written in the ancient Norse languages.
Most of the runes you see in my tattoos come from studies on university books, I use real runic writings cataloged and translated by accredited runologists, usually archived in museums or universities, these writings being really rich both in terms of quantity and meanings, I find it the most serious way to relate to runes.