Traditional Germanic runic symbols have been expanded into cards illustrating the key themes of each of the 25 runes. The artwork in the Witches Runes cards is detailed, colourful, and hand-drawn, using Celtic and Teutonic imagery from the Old Northern European world.
Card Images from the Witches Runes
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Witches Runes Review by Ella Brown
I have always wanted to learn the runes but I suppose, because I have no earth signs astrologically, found it difficult to relate to the material or pratical side of my nature. Therefore, when I came across the rune cards, they attracted me instantly, I suppose its
the pictorial images on the cards. They draw you in (and its been 3 weeks now and I still look at them every single day and night).
The cards are a joy, bright, bold and beautiful. The book which accompanies the
cards, is wonderful, it explains the images in the card,(just in case you miss something)and the history or myth, or story behind the image.In the book it is called the lore, which is probably much fitting and exact.
The book then goes on to interpret each picture and symbol on each, and all cards, in depth.
For me this is beyond a shadow of doubt a best buy. However, I will still hold on too my tarot decks also.
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Complete Deck Details
: 3.50 x 6.00 in. = 8.89cm x 15.24cm
256 bound companion book.
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