"OK, here's my guess... this charm (which looks pretty cool, btw) was likely designed by someone who wasn't very familiar with runes. The middle character is from the Younger Futhark (sorry that I mis-spoke earlier when I referred to the…"
"Those runes are Teiwaz, Ansuz, and Kenaz (from the Younger Futhorc). I've seen at least sixteen rune rows, likely there are more. Speculating here: TAK or TAC might be the artist's initials, ergo signature on the pendant"
"In my opinion, once an individual's blood has been imparted onto the runes, that is probably the only individual that should use those runes, ie: you only put your blood on your own runes. An exception to that might be if one were making a…"
Rick R. Wilson describes himself as a “grizzled old runesinger." He has been a student of the occult in general, & runes specifically, for about forty years. A life-long Odinsman and a professional rune reader since 1994, Rick lives with his wife, Elise, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he teaches the occasional rune class and enjoys attending minor league hockey and Tulsa University football.
Who are your favorite authors on the runes?
“Must Haves” THE RUNE PRIMER by Sweyn Plowright NORTHERN MYSTERIES & MAGICK by Freya Aswynn The collective works of Edred Thorsson, including FUTHARK and RUNELORE TAKING UP THE RUNES by Diana Paxson THE POETIC EDDA trans. by Lee M. Hollander THE POETIC EDDA trans. by Carolyne Larrington ELEMENTS OF RUNES by Bernard King TEUTONIC MAGIC by Kveldulf Gundarsson --- “Should Haves” PRINCIPALS OF RUNES by Freya Aswynn RUNE MAGIC by Nigel Pennick HELRUNAR by Jan Fries (advanced) TEUTONIC RELIGION by Kveldulf Gundarsson RUNE CHARMS: PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF RUNE MAGIC vol I by Rick R. Wilson --- “Also Recommended” RUNES by R.I. Page
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.