The Big Book of Runes and Rune Magic by Edred Thorsson - Book - Read OnlineRunes are the ancient Norse alphabet used for communication, divination, and magical work. Here, American runologist Edred Thorsson provides an in-depth guide to the world of runes for beginners and enthusiasts alike. Thorsson's presentation of this powerful system provides a valuable tool for self-development and spiritual transformation. This book includes material from the author's previous books Futhark, Runelore , and Runecaster's Handbook. All translations from Old Norse, Old English, and other old languages found in this book are those of the author. An attempt has been made to strike a balance between poetic and literal translations, but often favor is given to the literal for the sake of correct understanding. In such cases notes may be added.
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The Big Book of Runes and Rune Magic: How to Interpret Runes, Rune Lore, and the Art of Runecasting
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Although the word is clearly of common Germanic stock, Yggdrasill, the bog word in modern English is not a direct descendant from the Old English run but was borrowed from late scholarly seventeenth-century Latin - runa adjective. There, they must also be without ultimate origin - they are timele. The greatest challenge in creating this new work was in keeping the tone and spirit of the original texts. As the runes mysteries are ahistorical!