Drawing a single rune is similar to flipping a coin to make a decision, albeit a forty-0ne sided coin. To gain a simple Yes or No answer, an upright rune is Yes, inverted is No, for those that can’t be inverted draw again. Single rune drawings have been used to commemorate special events in people’s […]
Finnish society and culture have a few terms and beliefs and stories that, although not representative of each Finn, are in some respects unique to Finnish culture. Perhaps the most distinctive term that can be applied to Finnish culture is sisu. The term sisu has parallels and relatives in many cultures, but there are no
A Rune journal is a good way to become familiar with the runes, as well as to gain insight into the random nature of Runes. Make a list of your questions, the stone(s) and spread(s) “cast”. Now repeat the list several times for comparison. You will quickly see that the Runes have no underlying knowledge,
These pages and runes in general are a not psychic readings. They do not give answers. They can be fun. They are similar in usage to the Book of Changes (also known as the I Ching), and Tarot cards. Runes, like all divination tools, are just applications of interpretation, randomness and application of selective observation.