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ome runeologists call runes both an art and a science because the world is at the leading edge of rune research right now. We can all add to the corpus of rune knowledge as it evolves. No matter if it’s your first or fifth divinatory tool, I hope that you are able to connect to the earth and use runes. Dive into rune studies with enthusiasm as a beginner. Make a set of runes and then make another one that is even better than the first. Read every book that you can get your hands on about runes, even the ones that have ideas with which you might disagree. Reach out to try to find runemasters and runeologists in your area. In the Seattle area, we’re blessed with a Nordic Heritage Museum that can be visited to learn more about the culture and history of ancient people who used runes. If you’re lucky, you might even find workshops about runes being taught at metaphysical bookstores or other venues near you. Find local fortune-tellers and ask if you can buy a rune reading. I often learn so much more about being a better fortune-teller by watching how others perform readings.

Runes for beginners  

Runes for beginners

Runes for beginners  

Runes for beginners

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