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Rune Coding Ring for your Book of Shadows. In the Center is the Wyrd Web which contains the Wyrd Rune containing all runes. Wyrd is a concept in Anglo-Saxon culture roughly corresponding to fate or personal destiny.

Rune Coding Ring for your Book of Shadows. In the Center is the Wyrd Web which contains the Wyrd Rune containing all runes. Wyrd is a concept in Anglo-Saxon culture roughly corresponding to fate or personal destiny.

"Einingu Aðstoð" A stavsigil (galdrastafir) designed to help create and strengthen momentum, mutual understanding, teamwork and unity in a clan or group. seidr. asatru magick

"Einingu Aðstoð" A stavsigil (galdrastafir) designed to help create and strengthen momentum, mutual understanding, teamwork and unity in a clan or group.

“I am hidden from those who would seek to harm me”This sigil can be used to help protect yourself from either mundane or magical methods of attack, directed at you by humans or spirits. This acts as a boost to other protection methods such as...

“I am hidden from those who would seek to harm me” This sigil can be used to help protect yourself from either mundane or magical methods of attack, directed at you by humans or spirits. This acts as a boost to other protection methods.

Wealth This Bind Rune has been found in Norse culture in richer parts of their society. Feoh (Fehu) – Wealth/Money (x3)

Wealth This Bind Rune has been found in Norse culture in richer parts of their society. Feoh (Fehu) – Wealth/Money - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

This is the Lukkustafir. It is a Norse symbol made from the Rune Stones. It is said that no bad luck or harm will come to the person wearing it. You can put it on paper, carve it, use it in magical workings. Many people will paint it on their walls at home before wallpapering over it.

This is the Lukkustafir. It is a Norse symbol made from the Rune Stones. It is said that no bad luck or harm will come to the person wearing it. You can put it on paper, carve it, use it in magical workings. Many people will paint it on their walls at hom

anglo saxon runes--I know I'm a big geek for admitting this but Paul and I used to write letters to each other, share multiple choice answers during tests, etc using this alphabet. I don't remember a bit of it now though!

The Anglo Saxons spoke Germanic languages and were not very good at reading and writing. Instead They used symbols called runes. Whereas the Britains who were pushed westward understood the Roman language of Latin and could read and write.