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Rune Power: The Secret Knowledge of the Wise Ones (Earth Quest)

by Kenneth Meadows

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This is a guide to Runes, the ancient and mysterious angular symbols inscribed in wood or stones. The book contains practical exercises, diagrams and illustrations and provides information on the sources and nature of the Runes, how to read and write the Runes, how to create a set of Runes, how to design Runescript and Brindrunes, how to consult the Runes for advice, wisdom and inspiration, and how to use the Runes to determine our destiny.… (more)

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This was one of the first books I purchased in order to pathwork with the runes, and was quite delighted to find that it was well-composed, thoughtful, with information on traditional casting methods that - though different to what I have been taught - were similar enough to lead me to believe that he has had some form of authentic training in runecasting.

Runes, and rune-work, really is a great strength of Kenneth Meadows, who devotes several pages to each aett, as well as each rune - including tree correspondences, spiritual and practical exercises (such as how to make your own casting cloth).

What is also valuable, is his 'case studies' or examples of rune castings and their interpretations at the back of the book, while they are rather simple, admittedly, they're still a great guide for a beginner, and I would recommend this book to anyone who is beginning in runes.

I believe it may be out of print now, but it is still worth securing. ( )
  Ravenari | Oct 9, 2006 |
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This is not just another book on the Runes - those ancient and mysterious angular symbols which have been inscribed on wood or on stone - but one which shows them in their original and natural sequence and reveals their true purpose in serving as a blessing to humanity. Now you, too, can benefit from the treasure house of wisdom contained in them.
Packed with practical exercises, diagrams and illustrations, this fascinating and compelling book will show you how to bring the true wisdom of the Runes into your daily life. The Runes will help you make better sense of the world around you, and to find meaning, purpose and fulfilment in your life's quest. You'll learn how to:
understand the sources and nature of the Runes read and write the Runes and create your own set design Runescripts and Bindrunes consult the Runes for advice, wisdom and inspiration use the Runes to help you in your everyday life.
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