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Thread: What stone are your Rune Stones made from?

  1. #61
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    Futhark: One from hematite, etched, with gold lettering, One made of assorted woods (Ash, Elm and Oak) with blooded letters, one made from antler slices, one made from bone and two clay, one with acrylic paints and one with glazes (both of the clay types are one i made mself, like the kind I usually make and sell).

    Non-Futhark: Kiln-fired ceramic with blue "faience" glaze (Egyptian "runes").
    Oak with blooded letters, Kiln fired ceramic ith black glaze, Kiln fired ceramic with black and red glaze, kiln fired ceramic with acrylic paints, and fine , pure, silver (orale sets of my Trad).
    Kiln fired ceramic with "experimental" glazes (another oracle set of my Trad's)

  2. #62
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    Mine are moonstone.


  3. #63
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    I have moonstone witches runes, there are only 13... with gold symbols

    Amethyst Runes with silver letters, traditional and clay with black letters.

    I need to use them again.
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    I don't cast runes any more; however, I do make rune sets out of deer antler.
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  5. #65
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    Mine are rose quartz.

    I would like to make a set of witches runes out of a willow branch, but I'm still trying to find a fallen branch large enough for this purpose.

  6. #66
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    I have a bag of Black Obsidian that i thought would be nice for Runes (i know Obsidian is for protection and grounding) but i have not figured out how to 'mark' them yet.

    Hugs and blessings
    wild rose

  7. #67
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    I somewhat recently bought a second set of runes, and they're made out of various stones. The set includes snowflake obsidian, onyx, clear quartz, fluorite, rose quartz, tiger's eye (I think), aventurine, and ... jasper (I think?). I forgot what the name was of the stone that looks black/purple and has tons of sparkles in them...sunstone?
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  8. #68
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    Runes

    Mine are wooden disks, painted black with the runes carved into them and painted white.

  9. #69
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    Black-dyed or untouched [beige/white coloured] disc-like beads made of camel bone: I carved in the runes with a small knife, then used white pencil and soot respectively to make the runes contrast the bone/dye. Each one is about 1 centimetre in diameter, and a whole set fits in a palm.

    Two sets. One all-black set for divination, and the other mixed-colour bone runes are mostly for charms; they even have small holes to string each onto a bracelet/necklace.

    Also a plastic set of runes: no necklace holes, bought used. Blessed by blood to compensate for tacky [if clearly legible] form. Water, fire, and air necessary.

    All Elder Futhark.

    Only cost 5 Jordanian Dinar for the beads [about 55 of them]. They probably still sell them; make sure you hold out for a deal [for example, to RIDE a camel and THEN buy its relatives' bones: 12 Dinar].
    -K.T.

  10. #70
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    I have a set of yew runes (elder furthark). I recently got my hands on some lancets and a vial of orche, so I'll be staining my set sometimes soon.

    I'd like to experiment with other kinds of wood in the future to experience the difference (if any) between the sets.
    Jessica Hearthcroft


    Yet another Aussielander!

    Available for (free) readings! PM me for information.

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