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This is a spell book for anyone's use but please do not use it for bad. It will have info on wicca and my own book of shadows entries. Bless met, Bless part, Have a Blessing Day. :-)
Ann Moura - Symbols and Signs, “Grimoire for the Green Witch”, 2003.
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Rune stones are an ancient Norse method of divination. By use of the Elder Futhark alphabet developed in the 4th century, these powerful little nuggets of wisdom were used to predict the future, as sigils of protection, luck, and more. Read on to find out what are the rune meanings and how to use th
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