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  1. The runes are more than an ancient alphabet.
  2. Runes were commonly carved on the edge of narrow pieces of wood.
  3. RUNES: A set of symbols used both in divination and magickal work. (Web site)
  4. Runes were normally used for inscriptions in wood, metal, or stone.
  5. Runes: An Introduction.


  1. Oswald the Runemaker - Historical and modern runes, runemaking, and artistic interpretations and products.
  2. Interpretations of individual St.Clair's Runes.


  1. Resources on Society Religion and Spirituality Divination Runes.
  2. Search and Runes History Divination Spirituality Religion Society . (Web site)
  3. Open Directory - Society: Religion and Spirituality: Divination See also: Society: History: By Time Period: Middle Ages: Vikings: Runes (13).

Practical Guide

  1. A Practical Guide to the Runes: Their Uses in Divination and Magick.
  2. Rune Magick: The Use of Runes as Magickal Tools within Simple Magickal Workings.
  3. A Practical Guide to the Runes by Lisa Perschel Black Stone Runes w Bag - choose size.

Elder Futhark

  1. AD 400, bearing an Elder Futhark inscription of 15 runes.
  2. Runes - Study of the Runic Elder Futhark and norse mythology.
  3. Evolution In the 7th century appeared an intermediary form of runes between the Elder Futhark and the Younger Futhark, but there are very few inscriptions.
  4. Rune Meanings - The Elder Futhark - The meanings of the runes of the Elder Futhark.
  5. The early futhorc was identical to the Elder Futhark but for the split of --- a into three variants --- --c, --- --sc and --- --s, resulting in 26 runes.


  1. Another holds that runes were introduced by Scandinavians to England where the fu--orc was modified and exported to Frisia.
  2. Producing hand-crafted elder futhark runes, celtic and viking in origin these rune lots are used by many pagans as a ritual oracle.
  3. Another holds that runes were first introduced to England from Scandinavia where the futhorc was modified and then exported to Frisia.
  4. Celtic Ogham Runes Handmade, inscribed green glass stones with descriptive book. (Web site)
  5. Futhark Runes - An exploration of the Ancient Egyptian origins of the Runic glyphs and their astronomical meanings.

Viking Runes

  1. Mystic's Mountain Readings done with viking runes and indian medicine cards, and spiritual cleansings in the Houston, TX area. (Web site)
  2. The Viking Runes - A description of the Nordic Runes and their meanings. A Wiccan Rune Page - Rune descriptions for wiccan magick practices and divination.
  3. The New Book of Runes: A Handbook for the Use of an Ancient Oracle - The Viking Runes.


  1. Blue Dragon Craftworks Hand carved runes from a variety of woods. (Web site)
  2. A Casting of Runes, Join This Ring.
  3. Detailed instructions for creating a set of runes out of wood or bone.
  4. Thus, quite literally, the runes are the secret gifts of the trees.

Runes Were

  1. It is speculated that runes were designed this way to aid carving in wood.
  2. Even the common people knew simple runic spells, and the runes were frequently consulted on matters of both public and private interest. (Web site)


  1. Astrology, Tarot, Runes, I Ching, Numerology, and FREE Online Resources.
  2. Automated Tarot, I-Ching, numerology, and runes readings.
  3. Runes. I-Ching. Numerology. Friends and Lovers. Word Oracle. Electric Almanac. (Web site)

Runic Alphabet

  1. Because of a superficial resemblance to the Runic alphabet, the alphabet is also known as Orkhon or Turkic runes.
  2. Cipher runes, or cryptic runes, are the cryptographical replacement of the letters of the runic alphabet. (Web site)

Medieval Runes

  1. Of the total number of Norwegian runic inscriptions preserved today, most are medieval runes.
  2. Another large group are medieval runes, most commonly found on small objects, often wooden sticks.
  3. Sometime around the fifth century AD, changes occurred in the runes in Frisia (the area around the northern Netherlands and north-western Germany). (Web site)
  4. The earliest known sequential listing of the full set of 24 runes dates to c400 CE and is found on the Kylver Stone in Gotland.


  1. The Rune Gild is an international initiatory organization dedicated to seeking the mysteries of the runes.
  2. I have several books on runes and Northern Mysteries & Magick has no competition in the amount of detailed information presented on each rune.
  3. He is the God of the Runes, the magical alphabet which holds the mysteries of the universe within it. (Web site)
  4. The Method of Work This Mystery can’t be opened through superficial dabbling with runes.

Latin Alphabet

  1. The Old Italic alphabet is usually quoted as a candidate for the origin of the runes.
  2. If there ever were genuinely Gothic runes, they were soon replaced by the Gothic alphabet.
  3. The runes developed comparatively late, centuries after the Central European alphabets from which they are probably descended.
  4. This indicates that runes were in common use side by side with the Latin alphabet for several centuries.
  5. It also looks at the birth of runes in the context of the existing alphabets of the time.

Background Information

  1. UK based reader offering Tarot readings, natal charts, and dream interpretations. Background information on runes, palmistry, and spells.
  2. Silvana's Magical world of Runes - Sales of runes, amulets and sacred oil, as well as explanations of symbols and other background information.
  3. Before man had the system of letters we use today to communicate, ancient civilizations used a set of symbols known as Runes.
  4. Until quite recently, the Eighteen Sacred Futhork Runes were the main system of Runic practice in Germany. (Web site)

There Some

  1. The angular shapes of the runes are shared with most contemporary alphabets of the period used for carving in wood or stone.
  2. There is some debate over the origin of the "alphabet" aspect of the runes. (Web site)
  3. There are also some inscriptions suggesting a medieval belief in the magical significance of runes, such as the Franks Casket (700 CE) panel.
  4. Runes also have magical and religious significance as well, thus transforming the simple process of writing into a magical act.
  5. In casting a spell the writing of the runes was accompanied by a mumbled or chanted prayer or curse, also called a rune, to make the magic work.


  1. The content of this page about Runes Shopping is based on the Open Directory Project.
  2. Runes software for Windows. Download a working demo copy today.
  3. Download a working demo copy today.SoftRunes - Runes free demo software.
  4. Odin's Runes of wisdom and divination, information, download a divining program.
  5. Also included are demo and shareware software relating to astrology, runes, IChing, and tarot. (Web site)


  1. is a site dedicated to soul guidance through the use of runes.
  2. Les Runes - A French site in French, about runes with summaries of the rune symbols and an automated reading. (Web site)

Norwegian Runes

  1. Runes Note: This article contains special characters.
  2. They are divided into long-branch (Danish) and short-twig (Swedish and Norwegian) runes.
  3. The runes seem to be a simplification of the Swedish---Norwegian runes and lack vertical strokes, hence the name staveless.
  4. Tree runes and hook runes are like branch runes, with the strokes pointing downward diagonally and curving downward, respectively. (Web site)


  1. Metaphysical gifts including books, incense, t-shirts, tarot cards, runes, candles, and sarongs.
  2. Facade Online readings using Tarot, runes, the I Ching, biorhythms, bibliomancy and stichomancy.
  3. Intuition (eGroups) For discussion of divination and related interests such as tarot, astrology, runes, scrying and ouija boards. (Web site)


  1. Thus, the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc has several runes peculiar unto itself to represent diphthongs unique to (or at least prevalent in) the Anglo-Saxon dialect.
  2. List and many of his followers believed his runes to represent the "primal runes" upon which all historical rune rows were based. (Web site)

Norse Reference

  1. Source of Rune information and Norse reference books. Categories including meanings, pronunciation, layouts, and section on making your own runes.
  2. A brief article exploring the Nordic origins of Runes.
  3. Runes, Alphabet of Mystery - Source of Rune information and Norse reference books.
  4. Discover the meanings of the 24 runic symbols, how to construct your own set of runes, and how to handle them to respect their energies.


  1. The size of the futhark declined to about 16 or 18 runes in Norway and Sweden, where the vast majority of the later runes are found.
  2. This period coincided with the Anglo-Saxon invasions from this area and the appearance of similar runes in the British Isles. (Web site)
  3. In Norse mythology the god Odin hung on the world-tree, Yggdrasil for nine days in self-sacrifice in order to bring the gift of runes to mankind.
  4. New Agers and some Wiccans may also sometimes use runes under various (generally non-reconstructive) conditions, such as divination.
  5. Today, runes have been rediscovered as a symbolic system and have gained immense popularity as a means of divination. (Web site)

Rune Sets

  1. Rocky Mountain Runes Offering rune sets, ritual items and pyrographic art. Artist profile and product information. (Web site)
  2. Runes By Design Offering rune sets in stone, bone, wood, crystal, and pewter. (Web site)
  3. Learn Online Course - Personal Runes: Creating Your very own $15.00.
  4. An Introduction to the Runes That debate is explained on the Blank Rune's page.
  5. Einherjar V- Stav - Stav is a traditional European system based on 16 stances and runes. (Web site)


  1. The ancient runes are a magical alphabet.
  2. Learn the history, lore and different names applied to the runes.
  3. En kort Guide till Runor och Runmagi/A Short Guide to Runes and Runic Lore.


  1. Lodestar Center Metaphysical store featuring tarot cards, pendulums, runes and other divination tools.
  2. RUNES: 1) divination tools, remnant of ancient Teutonic alphabets.
  3. Overview article covering runes, I-Ching, crystal balls, and pendulums.
  4. Ankou's Page of Runes - Information on the history and timeline of Armanen Runes - Course in rune divination on line in six easy lessons by Karl Well.


  1. The earliest surviving runes are tentatively dated to about A.D. 200, though it is generally believed that they were invented no later than year 1.
  2. J. R. R. Tolkien popularized runes by his use of the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc in The Hobbit, and he also invented his own fictional runic aphabet, the Cirth.


  1. Leaves of Yggdrasil: A Synthesis of Runes, Gods, Magic, Feminine Mysteries and Folklore.
  2. Star Woman Over 140 instant Tarot readings. Online dream dictionary, runes, magic 8 ball, and interactive magic spells.
  3. Online dream dictionary, runes, magic 8 ball, and interactive magic spells. Swoon - Various astrology and dream online interpretations.


  1. The branch runes are similar, the strokes being attached to a vertical stem and branching upwards. (Web site)
  2. The runes consist mostly of vertical and diagonal marks, with notably fewer horizontal marks or curves (and in some versions of the runes, none at all).


  1. Professional readings via email. Includes pricing, samples, and brief history of runes.
  2. A Brief History of Runes in Europe Explores the European origins of Runes. (Web site)
  3. Runes - The Viking Oracle - A brief overview of runes.
  4. Runes By Baldur History and meanings, recommended reading and where to find retailers selling these handcrafted runes by an ordained pagan priest.


  1. The rune masters were either executed or went underground, and the knowledge of the runes may well have died with them. (Web site)
  2. When divining using the runes, a number of stones are drawn at random from a bag, and laid out in a pattern representing the past, present, and future.
  3. When the runes appeared below him, he reached down and took them up, and the runic knowledge gave him power . (Web site)
  4. Linguists single out two runes representing the letters L and U as evidence Olof Ohman carved the stone.
  5. Primrún - The material on this web site is mostly dedicated to what we prefer to call "Primrun", ancient runes used to prophecies the future.

Runes Divination

  1. Yahoo! Groups : runes-divination Messages : Message 1887 of 2604 intuitive.
  2. Shopping Runes Divination Religion and Spirituality Society now available, find more information on Shopping.
  3. Software Runes Divination Religion and Spirituality Society now available, find more information on Software.

Norse Runes

  1. Price: $13.99 Foreshowing - Norse Runes Reading 1.00 new Norse runes reading and divination system.
  2. Elder FUTHARK (Norse Runes) Edred Thorsson, Runelore, 1987, Samuel Weiser, Inc.


  1. The Complete Illustrated Guide to Runes.
  2. Illustrated articles on runes, for download or email delivery.


  1. Runes appear to have fallen into disuse around A.D. 1000 except in Scandinavia where they continued to be used for a few more centuries.
  2. Because of the limited number of runes, the rune for the vowel u was also used for the vowels o, -- and y, and the rune for i was used for e. (Web site)
  3. In the later Middle Ages, runes were also used in the Clog almanacs (sometimes called Runic staff, Prim or Scandinavian calendar) of Sweden. (Web site)
  4. In addition to their use as a written alphabet, the runes also served as a system of symbols used for magic and divination. (Web site)
  5. In England the futhark increased to about 28 runes (plus a few more only used regionally or for foreign proper names).


  1. The introduction of runes is in this scenario ascribed to the Roman legions, which left Syria Palaestina during the 2nd century.
  2. Short history and theory of tarot and runes with introduction to magic and occult.
  3. Rune stones that date to after the introduction of Christianity often include the Christian cross and use the younger futhark runes.


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