What's the opinion here on norse runes? I've been thinking of making a set from birch, but I don't want to cut myself for nothing.
Don't be a degenerate.
The mother rune, look it up, and draw them.
The symbols are present in their perfectly designed forms, made by a guy who sacrificed himself to himself at the tree of infinity.
You must give up yourself to understand runa truly. It's why powerful rune-witches don't help along /pol/. They've reached nordic enlightenment and live with their three oversized doge. innawoods.
Read stuff from "folkminnesarkiv" instead of a bunch of stupid new age asatru crap. If you don't understand a Scandinavian language, read pic related.
>but I don't want to cut myself for nothing.
You're not entering into my halls anytime soon, anon mcpussypants.
Magic is ergi. It requires receptvity.
Male magic users are either failing or getting railed by magic horses. Which do you seek?
Ehwaz is the key, ehwaz with seven legs will bring about the truth of feast and famine, and the wolf that eats the betrayer.
Runes aren't gay, they are woman's however. If you wore a bra, I'd expect you to be passive, js
How are Runes not paranormal? are you stupid or just dumb?
Here's for those who can understand Swedish well enough. http://www.murberget.se/upptack/ I've found some really interesting stuff there, like text about guardian spirits.
Protip: After having clicked on an area, select "Kategorier", this will make it easier to separate the magic stuff from the more mundane entries.
There's this too, the folkloric archive at the university of Lund. You first search through the index here: http://www.folklivsarkivet.lu.se/samlingar/intervjuer-och-fragelistsvar/ (Click on one of the links that ends with two years, the older ones are more interesting.)
You can then look up the document number here: http://www.folklivsarkivet.lu.se/samlingar/intervjuer-och-fragelistsvar/dokumentsamling/
A lot of this archive is really mundane though, it seems like there's much less magic folklore stuff here than on Murberget. Also, a lot of it is only handwritten, which I have severe difficulties reading. Extremely frustrating when I found something interesting in the index, only to discover that it was only written in unreadable cursive with no machine-typed version.
I meant that some of the stuff is really mundane, like having nothing to do with magic at all. Those archives aren't only about folklore, "folkminnesarkiv" translates roughly to archive for memories of the locals.
Why would you not want to know your ancestors memories? Things was different. People lived differently. The dueling system after all is a gigantic cultural difference to how disputes are "settled" now of all times. It's culturally appropriating your ancestors, they're all speaking "bork bork bork" and casting spells, not at all living an adapted life to cold and hardship, where craftsmanship was all that kept away the ghastly spirits of illness and poverty. I'm just saying that it WILL make the magick more properly understood if you take part in research about mundane shit. Learning how they dealt with menstruation makes the "woman's" rune make sense in a visceral way that the "primitive" weed-smoking shamaness would have used in her readings.