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Huginn’s Heathen Hof

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Approaching the Winter Solstice/Yule time generally brings modern-day Heathens a variety of minor (in the scheme of the world-events) conundrum of choices. Most have a background in Christianity which is often considered baggage to be eschewed, something to consider as part of who we are, or somewhere in between. The relationship with that monotheistic religion […]
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After our previous article on reconstructing historically accurate Pre-Christian runic magic, I got a lot of requests for a follow-up. Our 'practical application' section on that article was pretty short and simple, and a lot of our readers really wanted to see that section expanded with more detail. So today I'm going to apply the theories explored in part 1 to an example piece, showing three different approaches to creating the same object!
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Last time we covered the Elder Runes, which are the ones most people learn first. This is primarily because they have enough characters with similar sounds to function as letters in modern English. The Younger Futhark runes were developed between 700-800 CE, right near the beginning of what we often call 'The Viking Age'. The vast majority of rune stones, and inscribed 'viking' swords you'll likely ever see are going to be written in this text. If you want to write Old Norse in runes, the Younger Futhark are what you would use!
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