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Myth communicates the incomprehensible through stories, symbols, and metaphors. The mythos of the ancient Norse provides numerous examples of many types of magic and provides the context within which the Norse wizard and witch are able to work their spells. Rise, Runes, and Ritual is written from the perspective of the Odian Left Hand Path. Its purpose is to provide the re Myth communicates the incomprehensible through stories, symbols, and metaphors. The mythos of the ancient Norse provides numerous examples of many types of magic and provides the context within which the Norse wizard and witch are able to work their spells. Rise, Runes, and Ritual is written from the perspective of the Odian Left Hand Path. Its purpose is to provide the reader with a method to discover and develop the hidden and latent powers and qualities within themselves whereby they will be enabled to :R:ise to their fullest potential. The mythos of the ancient Norse is the context in which these esoteric and magical endeavors take place. The gods and goddesses are the archetypes the sorcerer seeks to emulate and the runes of the Elder Futhark are the primary working tools. The crux of the approach to Norse magic described in this book is concisely summed up in the famous phrase from the Havamal Rune Poem, "self unto self a sacrifice." The first section of the book establishes the mythic context in which the sorcerer might work their magic. This is followed by commentary on the runes of the Elder Futhark and outlines an approach to become familiar with them. The final section is dedicated to ritual. This work contains ideas to be found nowhere else which are the result of many years of personal learning, meditation, contemplation, and actual practice by the author. The path presented here is difficult and meant only for those with the desire and fortitude to :R:ise. Travel well.


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Myth communicates the incomprehensible through stories, symbols, and metaphors. The mythos of the ancient Norse provides numerous examples of many types of magic and provides the context within which the Norse wizard and witch are able to work their spells. Rise, Runes, and Ritual is written from the perspective of the Odian Left Hand Path. Its purpose is to provide the re Myth communicates the incomprehensible through stories, symbols, and metaphors. The mythos of the ancient Norse provides numerous examples of many types of magic and provides the context within which the Norse wizard and witch are able to work their spells. Rise, Runes, and Ritual is written from the perspective of the Odian Left Hand Path. Its purpose is to provide the reader with a method to discover and develop the hidden and latent powers and qualities within themselves whereby they will be enabled to :R:ise to their fullest potential. The mythos of the ancient Norse is the context in which these esoteric and magical endeavors take place. The gods and goddesses are the archetypes the sorcerer seeks to emulate and the runes of the Elder Futhark are the primary working tools. The crux of the approach to Norse magic described in this book is concisely summed up in the famous phrase from the Havamal Rune Poem, "self unto self a sacrifice." The first section of the book establishes the mythic context in which the sorcerer might work their magic. This is followed by commentary on the runes of the Elder Futhark and outlines an approach to become familiar with them. The final section is dedicated to ritual. This work contains ideas to be found nowhere else which are the result of many years of personal learning, meditation, contemplation, and actual practice by the author. The path presented here is difficult and meant only for those with the desire and fortitude to :R:ise. Travel well.

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  1. 4 out of 5

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    Interesting look at Runes and Norse religion and its applicability to the modern world. I enjoyed the information about the runes, the visualisation and breathing exercises, the snippets of mythology and poetry taken from sources like the Edda's, old Icelandic/English poetry and the authors own incarnations. The rituals were interesting as well, but not something I would perform myself. However, I would love to take part of a group ceremony led by an expert such as the author or another passionate Interesting look at Runes and Norse religion and its applicability to the modern world. I enjoyed the information about the runes, the visualisation and breathing exercises, the snippets of mythology and poetry taken from sources like the Edda's, old Icelandic/English poetry and the authors own incarnations. The rituals were interesting as well, but not something I would perform myself. However, I would love to take part of a group ceremony led by an expert such as the author or another passionate Norse Pagan. Worth a read, especially if you wish to adopt and apply this kind of spiritual practice.

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