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Free Rune Stone Readings


Free Rune Stone Readings

Try this free online rune reading and experience an ancient form of divination and fortune-telling. Rune reading has beeen used since ancient times to gain spiritual insight into current events, our life and the world around us.

Rune readings use individual runes stones, which consist of small stones, etched with each of the 24 runes of the Elder Futhark (also called the Anglo Saxon Futhorc). In most cases runes are created from stone, but there is also a long tradition of stone runes, bone runes and wooden runes.

Runes were an ancient writing system shared by Celtic, Scandinavian and Germanic peoples of Northern Europe. Closely associated with magic rituals and religious belief, rune stones and runic inscriptions date back to the first century A.D.

There are two primary "ages" of the runic alphabet are the Elder Futhark and the Younger Futhark. For divination purposes, the Elder Futhark is typically used, but some rune readers also use the Younger Futhark runes in their readings. The Elder Futhark runes tend to be more wrapped in ancient mythology and the lore of ancient times, while the Younger Futhark was actively used in the early Germanic alphabet used by Germanic tribes and some Nordic tribes.

Today, runes are almost exclusively used for magic and as a divination tool. (So much so that they are simply referred to as "magick runes" by many). While it's not necessary to understand ancient European history, Viking mythology, or Germanic neopaganism to appreciate runes -- having an understanding and respect for the history and related folklore of ancient runes will add a wonderful dimension and appreciation to your rune readings.

iFate offers many simple and complex rune spreads. If you don't know how to do a rune reading, new readers often find it easier to start with a single rune reading. By drawing just one single rune, your early readings will be much faster, and it's a quick way to learn rune meanings by heart. Once you understand the nuances of each individual rune, you'll be ready for more complex spreads. After you've mastered the complex spreads, you'll be ready to do a rune reading for someone else.

As with tarot readings, interpreting runes may seem easy at first but takes many years to master. There are subtleties to rune reading that come not just from understanding the meaning of each individual rune, but from the position of that symbol relative to it's adjacent symbols. For example: Is the symbol for wealth surrounded by other symbols of happiness Or by symbols for destruction Is there an overall balance to the reading Is the reading clear and consistent Or is there conflict within the stones

If you're a beginner, keep in mind that the overall meaning comes from the sum of the parts. Don't just read each rune individually. Try to look beyond the simplicity of position and meaning and look at the casting as a whole. This additional layer of complexity rises with more advanced rune spreads. For this reason, it is recommended that beginning students of runes try the shorter, simpler readings first.

According to legend a Norse warrior called Odin, seeking wisdom and understanding of life and death, fasted with neither food nor water hanging from Yggdrasil, the tree of knowledge, for nine days and nights.From this experience came the knowledge of the Runes.From that time on, aided by Viking travels, knowledge and understanding of the runes hasspread throughout the world.Runes are an alphabet of symbols that represent energies and meanings and that also lend themselves to the use of intuition - reaching for further insight beyond the description of each stone's meaning. Runes stones can be used to help us understand ourselves and the surrounding world better by allowingus to ask questions and then casting the runes stones for answers.

Nowadays online Rune readings provide everyone with the opportunity to make contact with the old ways and connect with the ancient wisdom. Many


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