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Gods of the Runes: The Divine Shapers of Fate

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NEW AGE / MYTHOLOGY

"At last we have a handy reference, lavishly illustrated, that tells the reader which god or goddess corresponds with which rune, for the entire Futhark. Gods of the Runes should be in every occultist's library."
--John Tiffany, editor of The Barnes Review

Invented long before the appearance of the runic alphabet Futhark some two thousand years ago, the r
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Published January 25th 2011 by Inner Traditions / Bear & Company (first published November 11th 2010)
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Kathy
Jun 14, 2015 Kathy rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I wanted to like this book I really did, but as I continued reading all the runes contradicted the stories being told and who pairs Freya with the Mannaz rune. Her brother Freyer would have been a better idea. This book was based on Germanic lore and not the lore from Scandinavia that I'm used to and that's okay. I like reading different views or versions of the stories but some of the characteristics made no sense or would not be associated with those deities. The drawings and the stories were ...more
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May 17, 2011 Ramona rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed this book, I adore the author, but was sceptical if I should be reading this topic since I'm not familiar with Norse mythology. I was very happy when this turned out to be an excellent read!!
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Aug 31, 2015 Les rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I found this to be a wonderful read and a valuable addition to my Rune/Northern Tradition book collection.
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New age writer mostly writing about the hypothesis that Old World peoples migrated to North America.

In 1987 he wrote his first book about Atlantis.

He wrote articles for Fate magazine & The Ancient American magazine which is a diffusionist-inspired magazine that focuses on what it says is evidence of ancient, pre-Columbian transoceanic contact between the Old World and North America.

Before his
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