Reading Runes is one of the most popular methods of Mancy (Divination). There are different kinds of Rune stones depending on which alphabet you choose to follow; Anglo-Saxon Futhorc, Cirth, Elder Futhark, Gothic Runes, Hungarian Runes, Turkic, Younger Futhork. Elder Futhark is the emerging Rune alphabet in popularity; it is also known as the alphabet with the "blank".
The Elder Futhark, Elder Fuþark, Older Futhark, Old Futhark or Germanic Futhark is the oldest form of the Runic alphabets, it was a system of writing utilised by Germanic tribes. Runic inscriptions are found on artifacts, including jewelry, amulets, plateware, tools, weapons, and, famously, runestones such as these from the 2nd to the 8th centuries. Rune Stones are one of the mystical worlds true mysteries. Nobody can be truly sure exactly where they came from and when. There are many theories on the subject but it is believed by some that they were first used any time from 2000 BC to 100 AD by tribes such as The Goths and other Germanic Tribes. Over the following years, use of Runes Stones spread throughout Europe with tribes like the Angles and the Saxons using them in the west and the Norwegian, Danish and Swedish using them in Scandinavia (among others).
Use these for creating rune spreads, rune drawing or even in your magickal workings - utilise the rune associated with your intentions during casting.
BOXED:These runes are each hand-scribed with a runic letter and accentuated in gold. You will receive 25 gemstone runes in with accompanying written instructions for use all contained in a gift box.
Mixed gemstones include a variety of gems, and may include black onyx, lapis lazuli, red jasper, carnelian, amethyst, clear quartz, citrine. Each of these boxes will vary in stone type.
POUCH: These contain 25 gemstone rune inscribed gemstones. Supplied in a simple cotton pouch, with written instructions. These contain slightly larger sized tumble runes in comparison with the boxed ones.
Please be aware, these are naturally formed products with a variety of colour way and shape. Photos give an idea of what to expect.