The Irminfolk employs a Bindrune as its House Mark. Apart from the Crest which is complex and colorful, the House Mark is easy to remember, and easy to cut, scratch, draw or engrave. It does not have a color. It is intended to mark the physical property belonging to the Irminfolk Odinist Community. The House Mark Bindrune is made up of three Younger Futhark Runes: Yr, Man, and Sol. Yr-Man-Sol alludes to “Irminsul”. The Bindrune also represents the Yggsdrasil.
Yr, the 16th rune of the Younger Futhark and the Armanen Futhork represents both the yew and matter, power and destruction. It was used on the grave stones as the “Todesrune” to indicate the date of death.
Man, the 14th rune of the Younger Futhark row. It represents divine ancestry, consciousness, and day. It was used on gravestones to indicate the date of Birth.
Sol, the 11th rune of the Younger Futhork is named Sig in the Armanen Futhork, Sigel in the Anglo-Saxon Futhork and Sowilo in the Common Germanic Futhark and represents the sun, the sunwheel, solar power, victory, knowledge and success.