|       Rune readings are arrangements of the 24 runes (letters) of the old Futhark alphabet. The layout of the runes is known as a spread, and determines what each rune refers to. For example, in the Three Norns spread, the first rune represents the past, the second the present, and the third the future.
Sets: In addition to each rune having a meaning, the material in which the runes are carved can color the reading. Most people consistently use runes made of ceramic, stone, or wood. In order to broaden your experience, we offer readings with Gold Runes (for questions about business, career, and property), Jade Runes (for questions about love, friendship, and relationships), Ice Runes (for questions about struggle, conflict, and achievement), Spirit Runes (for questions about mysticism, spirituality, and religion), and Stone Runes (for questions about the natural world and things beyond human control).
A great little collection of tales and mythology.
|Druid Magic: Celtic Wisdom|
A sound scholarly work on Celtic culture and the Druidic traditions, excellent for new and returning students of natural magick.
|Book of Runes|
A fun introduction to runes as a tool for divination, which includes 25 ceramic runes and a pouch to carry them in.
A fiendish puzzle book wearing the guise of runic language.