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4 Easy Procedures of How to Read Runes

How to Read Runes

The East Goths were the first to use Runes, and that was over 1500 years ago. Their appearance throughout England and Scandinavia was later. The use of runic alphabets in divination was considered a pagan practice when Christianity took hold. The word “rune” originates from an early Anglo-Saxon word meaning …

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Casting Runes

Casting Runes

The practice of rune casting is means of using stones as tools for divination. The stones are used to guide people through life decisions.  Runes are can be made from glass or wood or actual stone. Runes come in sets of 24. Each rune has a carved symbol with a …

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The Ultimate Guide To Rune Stone Casting

The Ultimate Guide To Rune Stone Casting

Casting Runic divination, or rune-casting, tends to help individuals make life-altering decisions. They are often made from different materials like glass, wood, or stones. Usually, rune sets contain 24 tokens if the Elder Futhark alphabet is used and have ancient letters carved onto them. Each letter symbolize a different meaning. …

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The Meaning of the Rune “Raidho”

Raido (pronounced Rye-doh) is the fifth rune of the Futhark and of Freya’s Aett. It is equivalent to the letter R in the Roman alphabet. In old Norse the name is Reid and in Anglo-Saxon it is Rad. Literally translated Raido means “riding” and in later usage this came to …

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The Meaning of the Rune “Fehu”

Fehu is important in probing what is profit and gain. Fehu usually represents fulfillment – something strived for is within grasp, but there may be opposing forces, which can be overcome with diligence. When in misery or grief, the drawing of Fehu brings comfort (Blum speaks of nourishment as a …

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The Meaning of the Rune “Thurisaz “

Thurisaz is the third rune of the Futhark and of Freya’s Aett. It represents the TH sound for which there is no English letter equivalent. But in phonetics there is the (Thorn) symbol for it, which is a mediaeval variant of the rune. Thorn was also the late Anglo-Saxon name for …

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The Meaning of the Rune “Ansuz”

Ansuz is primarily Odin’s rune and represents communication, creativity, controlled and divine power. Spiritually, it is the rune of prophecy and revelation. It also encompasses the ideas of wisdom, knowledge, reason, and therefore of instruction and good advice. It might also refer to a test, examination, or perhaps an interview. …

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The Truth About Runes

A form of divination. The term rune is derived from the Indo-European root ru, which means mystery or secret. Runes were at first ancient Norse and Teutonic alphabets, and symbols that were ascribed with various magical, mystical, and divinatory properties. These various alphabetical signs have been passed down through the centuries …

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The History of Runes

The first systems of writing developed and used by the Germanic peoples were runic alphabets. The runes functioned as letters, but they were much more than just letters in the sense in which we today understand the term. Each rune was an ideographic or pictographic symbol of some cosmological principle …

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The Meaning of the Rune “Uruz”

“Mind over matter – matter over mind” Uruz means aurochs, the European wild ox that became extinct in 1627. Uruz encompasses physical strength, endurance, courage, and the raw, wild power of freedom. It includes emotional and spiritual strength, male sexual potency, and good health. It can also imply a challenge …

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