Rune Might: Secret Practices of the German Rune Magicians

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Llewellyn Publications, 1989 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 160 pages
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This book reveals, for the first time in the English language, the long hidden secrets of the German rune magicians who practiced their arts in the beginning of this century. Most of their work has been unavailable even in German for several decades. Sexual runic procedures, runic dance, yoga, gestures and more are covered in this well-researched book.

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I love this book. Without it I probably wouldn't of known about many of these people who did work with the runes in the 1800s and early 1900s. Really important work that should be on every shelf. Read full review

Review: Rune Might: Secret Pratices of the German Rune Magicians

User Review  - Goodreads

I love this book. Without it I probably wouldn't of known about many of these people who did work with the runes in the 1800s and early 1900s. Really important work that should be on every shelf. Read full review

Contents

Early History
3
The Armanic Renaissance
9
The High Tide of Rune Magic
15
The Swastika and the Runes
21
From the Ashes A New Runic Revival
27
The Traditional Runic Systems
33
Secret Practices
51
Rune Yoga
53
Rune Dance
105
Runic Mudras
113
Steads of Rune Might
123
Healing Runes
135
The Working of the GraalCup
141
The Ritual of the Ninth Night
145
for the Ritual of the Ninth Night
149
On Pronunciation
155

Rune Mantras
79
Group Rune Rituals
97
Bibliography
157
Copyright

About the author (1989)

Since 1972, Edred Thorsson has been dedicated to the esoteric and esoteric study of the Indo-European, Celtic and Teutonic traditions. He studied Old Irish, Middle Welsh and Indo-European religion and culture at major universities in Germany and in the United States.

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