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  History of Runes
The runes were used by the Goths, the Herulians, the Germans and the Frisisans in south and middle Europe and the Angles and Saxons in the west.
When runes were carved in stone, the runes were created by sculpting many points close to each other, until the rune master had a complete line.
The runes were introduced to Scandinavia during the same period that the well known spiral-ornaments were introduced from Crete, somewhere between 1800-400 BC.
members.fortunecity.com /octarin/runes_history.html   (684 words)

  
  RUNES and Readings and Castings
Runes are believed to have originated 2000 years ago in Northern Europe and Scandanavia.
The symbols on the Runes are understood to have evolved from.
This is a nine Rune cast used to explore matters of the heart and your lovers desires as well as challenges for you and your lover.
elevated.freeyellow.com /page27.html   (734 words)

  
 Reading Runes
A very positive rune, which suggest that the asking person is strong and successful, but also experience a periode he should enjoy to the fullest.
This rune is completely blank and is said to represent both the end and the beginning, i.e.
An inverted rune means that the actual influence is weakened, or that a negative indication is strengthened.
dionaea.com /fun/runes.php   (1758 words)

  
 Galdr - Verbal Rune Magic
It is the rune of the artist and craftsman and is useful either when creativity is the issue or when artistic things are very important to the person for whom you are creating the runescript.
Gifu is the rune of partnerships in all realms.
This is a rune of meditation and the council of silence, and aids consideration, decision, and meditation.
www.sunnyway.com /runes/galdr.html   (3795 words)

  
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The rune is deeply integrated into the mysteries of renewal through destruction, the shaman who, like Odin, loses all in order to find his or her own personal power.
It represents the fire bow which engenders the "need-fire." It is a rune of desire that produces the "need-fire" that drives a man or woman to obtain that which he or she desires.
It is the rune of awakening, and metaphorically, rebirth.
members.aol.com /isabjorn/runelist.txt   (4328 words)

  
 The home of the Pagan Man - Runes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Rune 1 - First Rune drawn - Represents the person asking the question and the direction in which he/she is coming from.
Rune 5 - Fifth and final Rune drawn - Represents the answer to be read in conjunction with the previous four Runes drawn.
Rune 3 - Third Rune drawn - Represents the future, and the direction the energies are flowing.
www.invisibledoor.com /paganman/runes/runes.html   (1228 words)

  
 BabelStone : Keyboard Layouts : Runic
These cryptic runes comprise a single vertical stem with varying numbers of diagonal strokes on each side, which are used to indicate the position of a particular rune in the fuþark of the particular time and place.
Each of these four runes could be considered to be simply graphic variants of the same runic letter (as suggested by their common name, which is the word for "hail" in the various languages), but as they are graphically distinct they are each encoded as separate characters.
Although the reference glyph in the Unicode code charts for the encoded rune may differ from the letter form in an actual text or inscription, it is quite permissible to render the character with a font that mimics the appearance of the runes in the actual inscription.
www.babelstone.co.uk /Keyboards/Runic.html   (1942 words)

  
 Dave Leigh - Runes
"Runes" are the generic term used for letters used in several related alphabets that were generally used in Europe between the second and eleventh centuries CE (although they survived in Scandinavia for quite some time after).
Runes were considered "mystic" to ignorant people of the dark ages precisely because those people were illiterate and superstitious.
It is also true that often a single rune was used to represent the object for which it was named, or even just the syllable (as in using the "M" rune in place of "mon" in the name "Solomon").
www.cratchit.org /dleigh/alpha/runes/runes.htm   (1292 words)

  
 RiverWind's Complete Rune Reference
For as long as anyone can tell, runes have been around helping people in the northern European area and now they are making quite a comeback on a worldwide basis due partly to commercialism and partly due to the unknown uprooting of many occult practices.
It is a rune of desire that produces the "need-fire" that drives a man or woman to obtain that which he or she desires.
Othala is the rune of the sacred enclosure, the homeland, the village, the homestead.
members.tripod.com /m_a_d_n_e_s_s/river/runerf.htm   (4448 words)

  
 Wolf's Hook White Brotherhood - Runic Meanings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Don't use this rune if you want anything to happen quickly, as it is better attuned to things that take their course.
This rune is associated with a mixed bag of ideas, including joy and happiness on an emotional level, as well as journeys over, or close to, water or visitors from overseas.
This rune is useful for those who seek knowledge or education or want to increase or improve their psychic powers.
www.wolfshook.com /runicmean.htm   (1738 words)

  
 THE HISTORY OF THE RUNES
The runes were used by the Goths, the Herulers, the Germans and the Frisisans in south and middle Europe and the Angles and Saxons in the west.
When runes were carved in stone, the runes were created by carving many points close to each other, until the rune master had a complete line.
TURGAY KÜRÜM of Turkey writes on his web-page that the purpose of his article is to draw the readers' attention to the fact that the Futhark alphabet is of the very same origin as the ancient Turkish inscriptions of the Gokturk alphabet.
www.arild-hauge.com /history.htm   (803 words)

  
 Stav - Runes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The fourth rune is taken to be an A or O (as the pronunciation is like Oss), hence the different spellings.
The sixteen runes used in Stav are the distilation of ancient knowledge and wisdom.
The sixteen runes was the minimum number from which a working system can be formed.
atschool.eduweb.co.uk /pbrough/stav/runes.htm   (207 words)

  
 Fehu
Rune Ar of the Younger Futhark also plays this role perfectly, so I don’t see why Fehu should be Frey's rune, except due to an error of reasoning which I will now explain.
Since the last two names refer obviously to the first rune of the aett, the same "must" hold also for the first one (at least many people seem to have thought so), hence Frey had to be associated to rune Fehu at this time.
Fehu is the rune of the cattle, the primitive non aggressive animal force, wealth, with all nega-tive aspects of the wealth, but also the internal wealth that is the best aid against distress.
www.nordic-life.org /nmh/runes/fehu.htm   (2490 words)

  
 Fe Review
Iron (Fe): symbol for the chemical element ferrum.
The f- rune, ᚠ of the Younger Futhark: Fe (rune)
A review is a piece of writing that discusses the author's opinion on a piece of publication, such as a movie, video game, musical composition, or novel.
www.altvetmed.com /face/17788-fe-review.html   (428 words)

  
 fe - OneLook Dictionary Search
Fe : The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language [home, info]
FE : Glossary of research economics [home, info]
Phrases that include fe: santa fe trail, auto da fe, auto de fe, fe taml, amc lse fe, more...
www.onelook.com /?w=fe&ls=a   (324 words)

  
 Browse by Artist: LINDBLAD, RUNE
"Rune Lindblad was born in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1923.
This was a time when composers in Germany and France were feuding over the merits of electronic music made by pure wave oscillators versus musique concrete, which used the tape recorder as its main instrument.
Rune Lindblad did not see these genres as mutually exclusive.
www.forcedexposure.com /artists/lindblad.rune.html   (200 words)

  
 Fe (rune) - QuickSeek Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The shape of the rune is likely based on Etruscan v 𐌅, like Greek Digamma Ϝ and Latin F ultimately from Phoenician wāw
The name is recorded in all three rune poems:
Such correspondence between all rune poems and the Gothic letter name, as well, is uncommon, and gives the reconstructed name of the Old Futhark a high degree of certainty.
ferune.quickseek.com   (165 words)

  
 homepage
The use of runes in the Hafskjold tradition is as a teaching system to try to make one see reality, basically to learn to trust one's own intuition.
The first rune of the first aett is indicated by a line -and a dot.
The second rune of the first aett is one line- and two dots..
www.stavinternational.org /ihessay-01.htm   (774 words)

  
 Introduction to the Runes
Don't use or cut runes for magical spells until you are *completely* sure of what it is that you're doing and what they mean.
It is important to remember that each rune has an assigned place in the Elder Futark and that there are reasons for learning the order.
It is the rune of the poet, the saga, the syr, those of inspired speech.
www.meta-religion.com /Esoterism/Runes/introduction_to_the_runes.htm   (4748 words)

  
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Normally, the first six runes are thought of as one group, the next five as another, and the final five as a third.
This means that in divinatory methods that employ choosing three runes, it is possible to choose the same rune three times (as long as one is sure to carve different runes on the front and back of each stave and never the same rune on both sides).
The Rune Yr The Rune Is Although winter and summer are the two halves of the year, the year is considered to start (or "turn" into a new year) not at the start or end of winter but at midwinter - yuletide.
www.stavinternational.org /runelore2.htm   (6938 words)

  
 Other Rune Sets
In it’s place the younger futhark rune Oss is placed so we have the order of Fe (f) – Ur (u) – Thurs (th) – Oss (o) – Raeidh (r) – Kaun (k) to give us a futhork instead of a futhark.
There are only 16 runes in the set as opposed to the 24 runes of the elder futhark.
This took place sometime in the 7th or 8th century when most other newly forming rune sets were expanding their sets to more than 25 runes.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/runes/89042   (550 words)

  
 RealMagick Article: Fehu by Jordsvin
Runes are based in the cycles of nature and the cultures of the Germanic peoples.
The meanings of the runes should be sought primarily in their names, and expanded on by personal experience from there.
Runes, as a part of the structure of the Universe, are actually quite down-to-earth, and conceal themselves from the unaware by their very simplicity!
www.realmagick.com /articles/71/2171.html   (1132 words)

  
 Norse Rune Authority Source at New-Age-Advisor.com
Rune History - Futharks - Symbols - Meanings - Divination Ancient runic history - covering aspects of runic lore, futharks, encryption, divination and an oracle where you can cast your runes with a simple click but there are others such as the Anglo-saxon futhark, the younger futhark, the Viking futhark, and so on.
Rune is Human Head's third-person perspective game of intense action and adventure steeped in a blend of Norse mythology fantastic creatures from both Norse legend with an array of.
Runes are an alphabetic script used by the peoples of Northern Europe from the first century c.e.
www.new-age-advisor.com /advice/norse-rune.html   (674 words)

  
 The Runes in Depth: Fehu the Rune of Wealth
In my opinion the Frey/Freyja connection is a little suspect because there are more appropriate runes for those concepts as we will discover as we continue with this series.
It is true that the Ox is sacred to Freyja, and also that Fehu is the initial rune of Freyja's name, but I feel these are rather tenuous connections.
The rune of fire is Kauno and I am not aware of any traditional sources for Fehu adopting this role.
www.runes.info /pieces/runepiece08.htm   (1268 words)

  
 Moonchild Rune Page - Runes Names, Pronunciations, and Phonetic Values
Runes are considered to be the earliest written symbols of the Western European peoples and are at least 2,000 years old.
Each Rune stands for a letter and a phonetic sound and as a discrete grouping they represent an entire alphabet known as the "Futhark".
The 25th rune is widely disputed among students of Runemal and rejected by some experts who consider the common Elder Futhark consisting of the first 24 runes to be self-contained and complete.
www.midnightmoonchild.com /moonchildrunelistpage.html   (779 words)

  
 Runes1aett
It is the rune of powerful unconscious-shaping energies of the Universe which can be known by the Wise.
The name Thurisa means "giant"; actually: "strong one" and, as such, sometimes referred to the hammer of Thor, It is Phallic in nature and aggressive, as is the shape of the rune itself.
Wunjo is the first rune of the Will itself, of a positive influence & balanced, integrated personality.
www.homestead.com /goldenswampwitch/Runes1aett.html   (1059 words)

  
 The Rune School - resources: rune suppliers
This page gives details of commercial outlets who either sell runes or related material such as drawstring bags, boxes or are specialist bookshops able to supply texts on the runes.
Suppliers of a wide range of different wooden rune sets in a variety of woods, ash, oak etc. They also offer kits for those who want to make their own runes.
They supply a wide range of runes made out of semi-precious stones along with some interesting variations such as rune coins.
www.runeschool.org /resources/rs_r_supply.htm   (320 words)

  
 Northvegr - The Rune Poems
It must be noted that the original text has only the form, not the name, of each rune.
Probably because of its use in this text, it is taken as a general word for king, but elsewhere it refers to the descendents of the mythical king Lofði (from the Eddas).
I suspect the second kenning ("brittle iron") may in fact be related to the Old Norwegian Rune Poem line for "úr" (slag) - cf.
www.northvegr.org /lore/runes/007.php   (1431 words)

  
 Browse by Label: RUNE GRAMMOFON (NORWAY)
In the Rune Grammofon catalogue Skyphone is probably closest in spirit and musical ideology to Alog and Phonophani, especially in their extensive use of acoustic elements, either sampled or played by themselves.
This is quite unusual for the genre, but only emphasizes his interest to move in new directions and to explore new possibilities in his instruments and his playing, both solo and with a group.
Rune Grammofon presents its first "jazz" record with the debut release from this Norwegian-based piano trio led by pianist Morten Qvenild (Susanna and the Magical Orchestra, The National Bank).
www.forcedexposure.com /labels/rune.grammofon.norway.html   (9095 words)

  
 Learn N. European Rune Meanings--Beliefnet.com
I thought perhaps we could begin a series of threads for each rune stave, beginning this week with the first aett.
This is the rune of wealth and property, of gathering and protecting it.
The rune poems tell of a wolf growing up in the woods, the path of the serpent and they warn that it ought to be dealt out freely.
www.beliefnet.com /study_groups/studygroup_message_list.asp?studyGroupID=3714&discussionID=179500   (155 words)

  
 furthrun
Some rune sets contain a 25th or blank rune known as Odin, meaning, the unknowable or destiny.
The following is a complete list of each rune, their name (s), common meaning and corresponding elemental.
This is the rune of total trust and should be taken as exciting evidence of your most immediate contact with your own true destiny, which time and time again, will rise like the phoenix from the ashes of what we call fate.
www.sacredcircle2k.com /furthrun.html   (327 words)

  
 FE LANGUAGE SCHOOL EXPLORER
Look up Fe, fe, fé in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
Fe (rune), the f-rune, ᚠ of the Younger Futhark
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.
www.school-explorer.com /info/FE   (150 words)

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