Week 8 of My Rune Mini Course- Wynn

Hello Traveller

Welcome to week 8 of my rune mini course- Wynn

This week’s rune is Wynn.

Wynn is another runic spirit left out of all the rune poems, save the Anglo Saxon one.

The single verse dedicated to it describes a person that has a good life. In the description, it lists three things s/he doesn’t have and three s/he does (three being a sacred number). read more

Week 7 of My Rune Mini Course- Gifu

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This week’s runic spirit is Gifu.

The only source for the foundational meaning of this rune is the Anglo Saxon rune poem.

It tells us that Gifu brings recognition and fame that makes one feel worthy. read more

Weekof 6 Of My Rune Mini Course- Ken

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This week’s runic spirit is Ken.

This spirit is interesting because the Anglo Saxon rune poem uses the word torch to describe it whilst both the Icelandic and Norwegian rune poems choose the word ulcer. read more

Week 5 of My Rune Mini Course- Rad

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This week’s runic spirit is Rad.

This runic spirit’s name means ‘ride’. As time went on, many associations were given to this spirit. However since this course is merely an introduction to each runic spirit, I’ll focus on the meaning only. read more

Week 4 of My Rune Mini Course- Ansur

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This week’s runic spirit is Ansur. Its name means ‘mouth’ and is used both when speaking about a fleshy mouth and the mouth of a river (the lower point in a river in which its current flows into the sea). In both instances the emphasis is on what comes out of the mouth rather than what goes in. read more

Week 3 of My Rune Mini Course- Thorn

Hello Traveller,

This week’s rune is Thorn. Because of its great power and desructive potential, Thorn is one of the runic spirits that requires you to understand its many aspects before it will ally with you. read more

Week 2 of My Rune Mini Course- Ur

Hello traveller,

The rune for this week is Ur.

To begin to understand the powerful spirit of this rune and what it can mean in a casting, you must get a feel for the powerful, untameable beast (sadly, now extinct) that it was named after, the aurochs. read more

Week One of My Mini Rune Course- Feoh

When I first set out to read the runes, I attempted to tackle it in the same manner I learned Tarot.

I learned a key word and concept for each rune and then set out to do readings.

What I didn’t understand then is that the runes are nothing like Tarot cards. Sure, you can divine, work magick and meditate with both but that’s where the similarities end. read more

Mini Rune Course Introduction

Runes are much more than an ancient alphabet that people have developed a way to divine with. Each

is a sigil that, when used properly, allows you to connect and work with a very specific energy.

Once you learn how to respectfully address and work with these energies, the things you can do are limitless. read more