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Rune Secrets - Elder Futhark Rune Meanings
Viking Age runes This page is still under construction. Note first the distinction between the older (Old Germanic) and younger (Old Norse) inscriptions. The known inscriptions in the Common Germanic or Elder Futhark (or alphabet) of 24 runes date from about the 2nd century until about the seventh century A.D. Viking Age runes
The Anglo - Saxon runes had their own unique development from 700 AD to 1200 AD. These runes are very beautiful inscriptions. Codex Cotton: Salzburg Futhork: The Thames knife Runic poem in Hickes's Thesaurus: THE ANGLO-SAXON 33-RUNE FUTHARK THE ANGLO-SAXON 33-RUNE FUTHARK
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Occult Fetishes
Stages of the Journey To orient yourself through this description, we suggest you print a copy of the journey map and follow along with the descriptions below. Remember that the journey progresses from left to right. Each stage is a column in the central oval or eye. The four central cards (Awakening, Transference, The Chariot and The Lovers) are not discussed in detail in this brief overview. Stages of the Journey
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Category:Throwing the Bones and Reading Other Natural Curios - Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers Category:Throwing the Bones and Reading Other Natural Curios - Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers From Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers Wooden bowl containing shells, bones and nut kernels, South Africa, 1890-1924, from the Science Museum of London Thrown, cast, and marked readings are inspired divinations performed by gifted psychic readers to answer life's questions for their clients. In the traditions of some cultures, the bones, shells, and/or nuts that are to be thrown are left in their natural state; in other cultures they may be shaped and marked, much like dice, dominoes, or the cut cowrie shells used in Obi and Diloggun divination.