I finally got around to put some pictures on my computer, posten them in the comments below!
I'll share how my runestones came to be :)
The Quest for Wood
When I decided I wanted to make my own set, I set out on long walks trough the woods looking for windfall branches that would suit the job. I knew what wood I prefered, because there are huge trees just outside my house that I adore and have a connection with, and there are some of those trees in…Continue
I was at a medieval/fantasy fair last month and I immediatly felt drawn to this necklace. At first glance it looked like a winged pen, but I knew that wasn't right. I asked the salesman and he told me it came in a box full of mjollnir pendants. So my next…Continue
Apologies if this has been blogged about before. I had a good read through and couldn't find much. I was wondering if there are folk here who work predominantly with the Anglo Saxon Futhork as I do?
They have always seemed to me to be the most complete system, accompanied as the are by the rune poem, which may have it's roots as far back as the 8th century. I suspect that the extra 4 runes it contains may well have a much older history of use in England, the poem being composed in…Continue