"This is a variant on the aegishjalmur, I believe it is a contemporary one created by someone on their own. I'm not sure of it's origin. The picture you have posted appears to be an object for sale by a metaphysical and occult…"
"1) Real idea how and on what principles those aegishjalmur were built? Nope, I don't think anybody does. As the Icelandic grimoires bare only a semblance of similarity to the medieval grimoires of mainland Europe, but with a unique…"
So, I think this bindrune is a good jumping off place for anything. I disagree with your statement about Karma, or love spells being a grey area. It certainly depends upon the kind of love spell you're doing for one thing…"
Share your Bindrune ideas and designs!From the commonly known combinations, to the never before seen, this is a place to explore and share and co-create with each other.Bindrunes are when two or more rune symbols are merged together to create a new symbol. Typically this is done for the purpose of ceremony, a personal charm, blessing, protection, or intention.Please feel free to share as much as you know, as well as your creative new ideas. Hopefully we can learn a lot from each other and…See More
Hello everyone! I just wanted to share the design for the cover of The Book of Rune Secrets, recently completed. This will (99%) probably be the final cover that will show up on Amazon and the actual book! Feedback appreciated, of course. Enjoy!
In the face of disaster, compassionate human beings discover that they do not break, but become stronger. We discover that our communities come together, even on a global scale, in face of unimaginable destruction. When the universe shows its inimical side, the side that couldn't care less about average human affairs, it's as if we come together to show overwhelmingly that we care for one another. When the universe demonstrates that it cannot be depended upon, that it is more than able to wreck havoc, we react by showing that we can depend upon one another.