When this rune appears in your reading, you may be certain that something unexpected is going to come to you. Whether this something is positive or negative depends on what you warrant by virtue of your past behavior. As in “what you give out comes back to you.
Two of the most famous examples of the use of runes are both Christian in intention. The runes on the Franks casket c. 700 AD form a border around a carving of the Coming of the Magi as well as around a carving of the myth of Weland the Smith. Here they mark the transitional stage between the pagan Norse beliefs and the conversion to Christianity.
Buildings and objects were built to form a specific rune shape, to impart its power and magical significance to the building and the people inside. If you look you will find them on houses, branches of trees, cracks in the sidewalk and even on your palms.
During the Middle Ages, Witches (or, perhaps more ac- curately, women and men who were accused of being Witches) were believed to have employed a wide variety of plants to bring about evil, as well as to do good if they so desired.
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