Rune Classes - for protection
Class - Working with Runes
In my class we learn which entity resides behind each Rune Symbol, how to merge with them, how to intone them, how to use them for protection. We only work with the light side of the Rune Powers.
Classes vary by group or individual interest and can be held as a series.
A 1 hr class - $150.- per person, group rates available.
Please ask for availability: (928)-300-2112.
About Runes, see
A form of divination. The term rune is derived from the Indo-European root ru, which means mystery or secret. Runes were at first ancient Norse and Teutonic alphabets, and symbols that were ascribed with various magical, mystical, and divinatory properties. These various alphabetical signs have been passed down through the centuries and were thought to possess religious and magical meanings. Personal runes can represent letters, deities, qualities, events, and natural forces.
Runic symbols have been found carved on rocks dating from the Neolithic and Bronze Ages, (c. 8000 BC - 2000 BC). Continuing discoveries showed they had been carved by tribes in Northern Italy; they were also present in Sweden, and among the Germanic people.
According to myth, the runes were created by the Norse god Odin (also Woden or Woten), the one-eyed chief of the gods, also the god of wisdom and war.
The runic characters, originally derived from the Roman alphabet, first appeared in the Germanic lands around 200 AD. They numbered 24, divided into three groups called Aettas, which corresponds closely to the phonetic sounds of the Roman alphabet.
Although runic carvings were found throughout western Europe, but the greatest concentration was in England where the alphabet was increased to thirty-three characters from its original twenty-four. In Scandinavia it was reduced to sixteen. In Britian the alphabet was called "futhorc" after its first letters F, U, TH, O, R, K.
The runes coexisted for centuries along with Christian symbols such as the cross. One of the earliest historical references to them is in the 4th.
In Western Europe during the Dark Ages runes were believed to possess potent magical powers. These magical powers attributed to runes were believed to be released in the etching of names, phrases, memorial inscriptions, and spells upon bones, metal, wood, and stone. They were inscribed on grave stones to describe the deeds of the departed and to ward off grave robbers.
It was thought that a sword having a runic inscription became more powerful to inflict more pain and death upon the enemy. The powers of runes was sought for various things such as victory in battle, healings, acquisition of psychical powers, protection from the evil eye, cursing, love, fertility and other enchantments. Such belief and interest in the runes was diminished by the Inquisition.
Magicians etched them on magical tools, even sometimes sprinkling blood on them to increase their magical potency. The magicians passed these tools onto their initiates, telling the initiates of their power by word of mouth.
Belief in runic power was strong among the German soldiers during World War I. This was because "secret chiefs" of the Germanen Order, a runic society founded in 1912, signed their names in runic characters. They sold amuletic bronze rune rings to solders for protection. A rune mania occurred throughout the country which included yodelling during yoga-like exercises to release the rune's mystical powers, and meditating over runes to cure illnesses.
Perhaps two runes were destroyed forever by the Nazis. These are the swastika, originally Mjoelhir, Thor's hammer and the symbol of the Earth Mother and the sun; and the sig or S rune, the trademark of Heinrich Himmler's "Schutzstaffel," or the SS. The Norse neo-Pagans tried to bring back the Swastika as a runic symbol without much success.
The ancient usage of the swastika not only as a symbol by Indo-European cultures dates back perhaps prior to 700 BC in Greece where it was painted on amphoreis and various ceramic artifacts, and even graves. Also it exists in many other cultures such as the Chinese and Native Americans.
Beginning in the 1980s and continuing to the present it became popular to use rune stones for divinatory purposes, they are cast like coins or sticks in I Ching or laid out in crosses or wheels such as Tarot cards. Some modern witches inscribe their magical tools and personal jewelry with runic characters...."
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