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kilroymaster
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kilroymaster

For what I know Runes were always use to trap evil and hold on to it… Now you have games where you use runes to ask questions of… Well it look like no one seem to have learned any lessons from the past… And now you have Rev. playing with runes it no wonder that there are so many false teachers out there…………..

Asabrand
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Asabrand

Yes you can use the runes like you use the cards, but the traditional way is to throw them. Also, there is no blank rune. The blank rune was invented by a man named Ralph Blum. The elder futhark contains 24 staves only. Throw the blank away.
Here is a site that may help:
http://sunnyway.com/runes/runecasting.html

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Elaine M

No, the runes have a totally different way of working, they get drawn individually (for small readings) or are tossed in a circle to be read as to where they fall in relation to each other and the circle edge, as well as how they angle and which are upside down. It’s a completely different reading system.

You can find more online, but have to do some digging, the Runes info is fairly deep in the search fields.

Rev. Lynn D.
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Rev. Lynn D.

I am not an expert on Runes, but from what I have seen and read, the runes are mostly used in a question and answer format and you can choose either one or three runes to answer a question.

First you ask the question and then decide how many runes you will use to receive your answer.

I would check online also for further information.

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