Monday, January 14, 2008

Rune Sorcery


Rune sorcery is the science of magic using the human mind. Divine rune sorcery rests upon the gods/goddesses of the North. Rune sorcery formalizes rune spells.

All rune sorcery is based upon the knowledge of the runes. Each rune is an energy and a key to the universal creative energies.

The powers of creation exist in the runes. Each rune key is a different creative energy.

Quantum Physics tells us that the runes, rune magic, rune sorcery, rune yoga, rune meditation, rune divination all exist in the infinite ocean of thinking energy called the quantum ocean.

Rune sorcery is a system evolved from the ancients, the Norse deities of the Ancient North. It combines several earlier rune systems. Rune sorcery is based upon the "younger futhork of 18 runes."

The Ancient Nordic rune masters created the system of rune sorcery. It now exists in the quantum ocean and is available to all who wish to learn it.

The old German and Nordic rune masters, as well as the gods/goddesses of the North are more than willing to share this rune sorcery with you.

The historical value of the runes is important, but, the practical value of bringing the rune energies into your everyday life is even more so.

Action is the key word. Rune action. Rune sorcery brings you rune power. Rune power opens the doors to the creative energies of the universe. Runes can change your health, wealth, love for the better.

Rune sorcery is very akin to rune magic. Both empower you. The younger futhork of 18 runes is the most powerful of rune systems.

Practice your own rune evolution by combining the wisdom of the runes with the 21st century laws of quantum physics and you are guaranteed success.

Rune sorcery is a step-by-step approach that will build you a solid rune foundation. Rune sorcery will implant the old Norse roots of the Yggdrasil Tree into your very being.

Build a secret and sacred home within your inner self for the runes and watch them attract health, wealth, happiness and protection for you.

Learn about the power of rune sorcery magick. Use them everyday and watch your power grow.

Enter the runic stream of energy and reveal to yourself the ancient secrets and occult wisdom of your Nordic/Germanic ancestors.

Two important works for all rune students: "The Prose Eddas" by Snori Sturluson; and "The Poetic Eddas" by an unknown Scandinavian. Must reads for all students. Good place to start.

The prologue of "The Prose Edda" gives an account of creation. It also gives a genealogy of Nordic Deities. Learn this along with your rune studies.

Odin, is the All-Father of the Norse Gods and the runes. He is a god-poet. Rune sorcery contains many of his magical rune ideas. In the 'Poetic Edda,' the 'Havamal' or 'The Sayings of Odin the High One' give us tremendous insights into the rune mysteries.

Odin gives us the 'Magical Rune Poems,' and 'Rune Songs'.

The older rune futhork (24 runes) is best used as a runic alphabet, for divination and for runic meanings.

The younger futhork of 18 runes (Guido Von List) should be reserved for rune sorcery and rune magic. Continued use of the younger futhork (18 runes) will eventually lead to actual communications with the Nordic gods/goddesses.

Following articles will discuss rune altars, rune realms, rune projections, rune visualizations, rune galdor chants, rune healing, rune ceremonies, etc.

Ellis Peterson AKA Ragnar Storyteller is a retired math professor and electronics engineer. He has been studying astrology, runes, metaphysics and alternate healing treatments for over 30 years. He is 70+, in very good health and lives in the boonies of the Pocono mountains with his wifr Lory. His writings are unique and refreshing.
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