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Although, Nightside of the Runes was written for a specific audience, this book is definitely worth a look by anyone studying the occult.
Nigel Pennick’s Runic Lore and Legend: Wyrdstaves of Old Northumbria stands as a primer to the magical landscape and history of Northumbria.
S. Kelley Harrell's Runic Book of Days is a refreshingly sincere and thoughtful way to learn about runs for Heathens.
I was excited to pick up Microdosing Magic by Tom Hatsis , a book about microdosing psychedelic mushrooms as a magical practice.
Whether you celebrate Yule (I celebrate it with a “side of Santa") or not, these activities should add some festive magick to your season.
Simply put, Runes: The Icelandic Book of Futhark is the best and most complete contemporary resource on runes available in the English language.
Sorcerer's Screed The Icelandic Book of Magic Spells is highly unusual and tremendously entertaining, the product of the fevered polymathic brain of Skuggi (Shadow), who rejoiced in the given name of Jochum magnus Eggertsson.
The Washing Verse is a versatile spell from the Icelandic grimoire tradition. The main intention behind it is protection. The act of washing is used to remove all the negative projections that people cast on you. It therefore adopts a quality of purification.
This is a beautiful set of runes made from a range of stones including: cherry quartz, white jade, hematite, watermelon crystal, and green aventurine.
The Book of Primal Signs does have a good bit of useful information and would make a helpful addition to any library as a supporting reference book.
Wooden Rune Kit, by Laura Tuan and Lo Scarabeo Kit: Wooden runes, accompanied by a book, Runes: The Gods’ Magical Alphabet, by Laura Tuan,...
The Book of Seidr: The Native English And Northern European Shamanic Tradition, by Runic John CapallBann, 2004 With the popularity of Runes information on Seidr,...