Sif

Sif

Sif's Specialty - Rune Reading

Sif, Rune Reader at Ancient Mysteries Divination, has worked with Runes since childhood. Learned on her grandpa's lap, the system Sif uses is tribal, rife with stories of Northern gods and Heroes handed down through generations. Sif's readings are not only informative, providing guidance, insight, and ideas, but they can also be lots of fun. Her couples readings are a specialty.

Book a Zoom session with Sif by eMailing RuneMama@gmail.com .



  • What is Rune Reading?

    The runic alphabet is an old Germanic literary language, which were used in all of Northern Europe. In addition runes has always had a magic, prophetic meaning. Runemasters used them to practice magic on somebody, cure the ill, protect holy rituals and resurrect the dead. Runes also had an important role in making prophecies.

    From the very beginning each of the 24 runes in the alphabet had their own name. It is said that runes were also used to interpret omens from the gods, especially Odin. The legends the runemasters told, tied the runes to Odin. He appeared as a Shaman or a wandering wise man (even if he also was a warrior, lawgiver and lover of great capacity). He is described as wearing a cloak and a wide brimmed hat, one-eyed and with a blackthorn-staff. A legend about his life tells he spent 9 days and 9 nights in the tree of the universe, Yggdrasil, until he noticed some runestones on the ground. He reached for them in pain, grabbed them - and was released by the magic of the runes.

    One belief is that the runemasters made their runes themselves by carving them in a rock, wood or leather. Afterwards they coloured them with magical ingredients, which at times can have contained blood. If they were consulted about a coming event, they spread the runestones on the ground. Only the stones which landed with the runeside up were interpreted.

    Runes Information taken from the website http://dionaea.com/fun/runes.php
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    Book a Zoom session with Sif by eMailing RuneMama@gmail.com .

    Revision Date: August  25, 2020

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