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  1. Rune Readings

  2. RUNE READING A Rune reading is a relatively old form of divination that is used to provide an insight into one’s past, present and future. Though the ancient practice of runes is associated with magic spells, curses and witchcrafts, the modern technique is just like that of Tarot Card Readings.

  3. Types of Runes • Futhark Runes • Norn Runes • Single Runes • Fork Runes • Diamond Runes • Cross Runes “Futhark Runes” are one of the most popular types of Runes and are ancient characters that were used for inscriptions in the ancient times.

  4. History of Runes Runes are believed to have been introduced in the 4th century in Northern Europe, the British Isles, Scandinavia and Iceland. It is also believed that the practice was used by Northern European tribes, the Celts, and the Vikings to create spells and to take control over others’ lives.

  5. How Runes Work Like other forms of divination, Rune readings are associated with the subconscious mind. They are about interpreting the symbols that are selected, and expanding on their meaning through insight and meditation.

  6. How A Rune Reading Is Done? A Rune Reading begins with a Rune pouch, which consists of rune lots. As the subject poses a question, the rune caster’s subconscious mind is focused towards that very question. Runes are then pulled from that pouch one by one, and are divided into groups of eight. The subject is asked to choose one out of the two lots of eight. After a lot is picked, the Rune caster, using the symbols as guide, interprets the meaning of the symbols in light of the question asked by the subject.

  7. Things You Must Keep In Mind • Take your time to craft a question. • Ask one question at a time. • Don’t ask the same question again and again. • Don’t do different readings so close together.

  8. ThankYou!