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The Aquarian Runes: The Ancient Art of…

The Aquarian Runes: The Ancient Art of Runecasting Enters the Aquarian Age

by Zera Starchild of An

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The Aquarian Runes are an easy to use Divination Tool, based on the belief that you create your own reality. Throughout their history, the runes have been reinterpreted many times to accommodate man’s expanding awareness. Now, humanity stands in astrological understanding at the dawn of the Aquarian Age. This is the age when mankind learns to live in peace and harmony. The Aquarian Runes honor the significance of these times, and offer new definitions from the perspective that we are not victims of fate, but creators of our reality. You are the master of your destiny. Use the Aquarian Runes to help you create the most joyous life you can imagine.

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