Magical Viking Oracle Game Book With Modernized Viking Proverbs & Sayings Hold the book Close your eyes Ask a question Then open the book to a random page & Gaze at the answer 20 Possible Answers One sided pages + Note space by Artist Grace Divine (For Fun & Entertainment Purposes Only)
Release on 2013-05-01 | by Bryan Aspland,Horik Svensson
Author: Bryan Aspland,Horik Svensson
Pubpsher: Carlton Books Limited
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
With 25 ceramic Runes, a velvet Rune storage pouch, and an instructional book, this set has everything a beginner needs to begin learning the ancient Viking divination system The Runes are a simple to use and easy to understand method of divination based on the ancient script of the Norse World. The Runes can be used to help solve a dilemma or problem, or to enable one to focus calmly on a difficult situation and so work towards resolving it. This set contains all a novice needs to begin readings for themselves, family, and friends. Users will be amazed at how accurate the readings are and how they pinpoint exactly what to do resolve a troubling situation. The instructional book not only explains how to cast, read, and interpret the Runes, but also provides a primer on Norse mythology and how the Runes were originally used.
Magic Words: A Dictionary is a one-of-a-kind resource for armchair linguists, pop-culture enthusiasts, Pagans, Wiccans, magicians, and trivia nuts alike. Brimming with the most intriguing magic words and phrases from around the world and illustrated throughout with magical symbols and icons, Magic Words is a dictionary like no other. More than seven-hundred essay style entries describe the origins of magical words as well as historical and popular variations and fascinating trivia. With sources ranging from ancient Medieval alchemists to modern stage magicians, necromancers, and wizards of legend to miracle workers throughout time, Magic Words is a must have for any scholar of magic, language, history, and culture.
A practical guide to the magic of the feminine side of the Norse pantheon • Provides invocations and rituals to call each goddess forth for personal and group spirit work • Details the author’s trancework to discover the personalities and powers of Frigg the Allmother, wife of Odin, and the 12 lesser-known Aesir goddesses associated with her • Offers a comprehensive guide to tranceworking to connect with the deities Combining traditional research on folklore and the Eddas with trancework and meditation techniques, Alice Karlsdóttir was able to rediscover the feminine side of the Norse pantheon and assemble working knowledge of 13 Norse goddesses for both group ritual and personal spirit work. Detailing her trancework journeys to connect with the goddesses, the author reveals the long-lost personalities and powers of each deity. She explores the Norse goddess Frigg the Allmother, wife of Odin, along with the 12 Asynjur, or Aesir goddesses, associated with her, such as Sjofn the peacemaker, Eir the Healer, and Vor the Wisewoman. She shares their appearances in the Eddas and Germanic mythology and explains the meanings of their names, their relationships to each other, and their connections to the roles of women in Old Norse society. She provides detailed instructions for invocations and rituals to call each goddess forth for personal and group spirit work. She also offers a comprehensive guide to ritual tranceworking to allow anyone to directly experience deities and spiritual beings and develop spirit-work relationships with them.
Covering prehistoric times to the modern era, this fascinating resource presents pro-and-con arguments regarding unresolved, historic controversies throughout the development of the world. • Includes 58 chapters in four volumes that address significant historical questions focused upon topics such as the Old Testament, the Roman Empire, the historic Buddha, William Shakespeare, the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and weapons of mass destruction • Provides a pro-and-con debate format that encourages readers to evaluate the validity of arguments and evidence