How to do a Rune Reading — Part 4

To briefly summarize where we stand, as we enter this fourth post on how to conduct Rune readings: in analyzing this example scatter of Runes, I talked about how I like to take in the number of Runes that I end up using, how they might have distributed themselves after I tossed them onto the landing […]

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How to do a Rune Reading — Part 1

After another unscheduled sabbatical from blogging, I’ve decided to launch a return with a series of posts that covers my own approach to performing a Rune reading. I should state up front that this is my own method — I find it to be useful and helpful in practice, but I don’t pretend that “My […]

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Happy Anniversary to Us!

So I received an unexpected notice late last night from WordPress, telling me that the one-year anniversary of my opening my account here has tolled! That’s right: it has now been exactly one year since I signed up here and started blogging.  Put another way, the Earth has now come back around to exactly that same […]

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A walk in the park…with Ravens!!

Yesterday, I went for a hike with a dear friend of mine, and her little toy poodle.  This was originally intended to be something on the order of 60-90 minutes in Griffith Park, enjoying the semi-cool Autumn weather, and the less dense crowds that would be washing up there now that school is generally in […]

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A verdant visitor…

So yesterday, I posted about the recollection of dreams, and how keeping a dream journal is a recommended move if boosting said dream-recall is something you’d like to achieve.  I have to admit that I’m not currently being especially disciplined about keeping up an ongoing dream journal, myself…but no sooner had I cranked out a […]

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Skadi, the Skier…

Not too long ago, I lodged a post here about the (in my humble opinion) under-valued Norse God, Tyr. Even more recently than that, I issued a post that, among other things, spoke about the Rune, Isa, that literally means “Ice,” and which can signify things like delays, blockages, and interference, along with more literal […]

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Gnosis: gnot for gnothing!

As I’ve been digging deeper and deeper into various fields of study within the realms of what you might call, in general, “the Occult” — and here, I mean fields of study like Tarot, Runes, Astrology, these kinds of things — it’s become increasingly apparent to me that people today actively practice magic.  As I’ve […]

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