Reading and doing predictions with Runes stones
The origin of word “rune” stems from the Germanic word for “mystery” or “secret”, and similar findings are present in Old Irish Gaelic, Welsh and Old English, sometimes also meaning “miracle”. In Lithuanian it can me “to speak”, and in Finnish it can also mean “poem”.
These days, runes are used as a method of connecting to one’s higher self, inner guidance and tapping into intuition as a method of foretelling what the future may hold and offering advice (similar to Tarot Cards).
How to Read Runes
The runic alphabet traditionally holds 24 letters, sometimes sets come with a blank stone called Odin’s Rune that is meant to symbolise that which is not meant to be known yet. Odin is the Norse God who sacrificed an eye to see everything that happens in the world, as such, if you got this rune it implied that it wasn’t time for certain information to be divulged to us mere mortals yet and we should simply trust in the divine timing of life.
Rune reading, also called rune casting, is a divination tool that uses stones with symbols to answer questions about your past, present, and future. Rune stones can also help you get clarification or advice on how to address an issue or problem. Start by getting rune stones and choosing a comfortable, sunny setting. Then, perform the reading of the runes and interpret the reading so you can understand what the stones are telling you.