This page is here to help you avoid inaccurate information about runes.
|If you want to know all about runes, visit these websites for a comprehensive guide to the entire subject of runes - their history, development, and their use in divination and magic.|
|www.runemaker.com||The Runemaker's Guide to the Runes.|
|www.runes.info||Download free articles on runes.|
|www.rune-tattoos.com||Rune tattoo resources for individuals and tattoo artists.|
|www.aswynn.com||Official homepage of the world famous runemistress.|
|www.rune-fonts.co.uk||24 free or inexpensive True Type rune fonts for Windows.|
Or you could buy my book Discovering Runes - 250 pages packed with information and illustrated with 260 full colour photographs, drawings and diagrams. Click here to find out more about the book, or visit your favourite online bookshop to buy a copy.
|If you come across any websites about Celtic, Gaelic, British, Druid, or Witch Runes, pass them by,
there are no such things. The Runes are entirely Germanic, Scandinavian, or English.
But, hey, you don't have to take my word for it. Look up "runes" in Wikipedia, any respectable encyclopædia, or check out books by the expert archæological runologists such as R I Page, R W V Elliott and E Moltke. They will all tell you the same thing.
May the best of good fortune follow you always,
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