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Runes cause ruin..................
Many of the letters of the English alphabet come directly from the Germanic Runes which were used for magic and spell casting and for causing 'ruin'.
Do some of the letters of the English alphabet contain within them a blueprint for the control and possession of our spirits?
English has Germanic origins and it is likely that the english letters have their roots in the Germanic runes which were used for magic and casting spells.
Runic divination, "runecasting", is not "fortune telling". Runecasting works deeply with the subconscious. The rune pouch with its runic symbols represents the entire universe. As one poses a question, one's entire conscious and unconscious mind is focused toward that question, so that the runelots selected are not truly random selections, but rather choices made by the subconscious.
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