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4.0 étoiles sur 5Good basic divination system for Witches9 novembre 2001
Par jbs - Publié sur Amazon.com
I really liked this little book. It's a quick read, but inspiring. Another reviewer here recommended traditional runes, but I, for one, have always been left a little flat by traditional runes, which are Norse in nature. I'm just not drawn to Norse mythology or systems, but this system is based on Pictish symbols (she claims), much more comfortable for me personally. I'm also quite drawn to 13 stones as a good number for a Witch. I'll just add that I do use tarot as well, but I like to have a variety of tools to choose from.
I liked this book, and while I plan to slightly change some of the symbols on the stones to fit me personally, the system is a basically sound one, the writing is pretty solid, and making your own runes--whatever system you use--is a good way to make a solid connection with your divinatory tools.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5A wonderfully blessed system of divination18 juin 2000
Par Gnome - Publié sur Amazon.com
Rarely have i come accross such a powerful and delightful system of divination! The author leads the reader through step by step instructions on how to make their own rune stones,thus more greatly impowering them.The designs of the runes speak directly to the readers spirit.In my opinion these runes are a special blessing from the Gods,i cant imagine being without them.Overall i think that everyone who wishes to have a better system of divination should have this book. I LOVED IT!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5A well-made divination tool20 février 2008
Par Nepenthe - Publié sur Amazon.com
It's been some time since I read this book cover-to-cover, but nowhere do I recall reading the author's claim that the book is for Wiccans, by a Wiccan.
She uses the word witch. So those of you who aren't comfortable with the idea that Wiccans don't have the monopoly on the word or the be-all-end-all definition, may wish to stay clear.
Same applies for those who are looking for info on the Futhark runes.
The word "rune" as it applies to this book, uses the very basic definition -- a divinatory system.
I created a set of my own rune stones about 6 or so years back using this guide and I have to say I've had a lot of success with them. They're excellent for divining and they work well (and quite successfully) when used in spell work.
Overall, it's a handy little reference book to keep around.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5A very nice informative book2 juillet 2012
Par christopher driggers - Publié sur Amazon.com
I truly felt drawn to buy this book after seeing a set of runes on another site. As many craft oriented people will tell you it is a true joy to make and use your own tools. I saw a product review on you tube and decided to research the book myself . i received the book a few weeks ago and have since made my own runes and am using them. I found the book easy to understand and easy to use, it is highly informative and very easy to use along with the runes themselves, the writing is clear precise, and there isn't yards of unneeded material for you to wade through . I know for myself i found it very helpful and enjoyable and plan to make another set of runes for friends and family. i rate it with four stars .
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Reference material13 septembre 2013
Par Jim Straley - Publié sur Amazon.com
I already had Witch's Runes engraved on black onyx stones, but the meanings were concise and left a lot to be desired. This book goes into much more detail and enhances the readings I give to myself and to others. I recommend it to anyone interested in obtaining Witches Runes or making their own to enhance their own readings.