Runes, Celtic runes. Celts

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    You will feel 'free'. You will inherit from someone.

    Reversed: Not letting go of outmoded ideas and and concepts. You will feel 'stuck'.

    BLANK RUNE: Sometimes called "Odin's Rune":

    Anything is possible and can happen! The sum total of who you are, what you have done, and what you have become. Choose a direction and go for it!!

    The blank Rune was added to the others in the 1980's. It shows that as humanity has grown - the possiblities are beyond what was conceived by the original Runes. Some people include the blank Rune in a reading - while others leave it out! I prefer to leave it in as the Universe has limitless possibilities!! If you get this Rune - and you believe in yourself - you can manifest anything!!

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    Shauna, 09/03:
    I am fascinated by this site. There is so much knowledge here! I am impressed by the work that you have put into providing this information. I dearly hope that someday I will have a chance to talk to you about some of the things I've read on your site, as I share your passion for some of these topics... Amazing work you've done.

    Psyche, 26/09:
    Do you know of any sites with a sort of dictionary? I am trying to at least slightly understand the celtic language, and although this site is very helpful, I am sure that there are more words, which I would like to learn. Sincerely, Psyche

    Sarah, 08/07:
    Hi, I like your site, but I was wondering if you could tell me whether runes were used simply as an alphabet for writing words? Is it possible to convert modern script into runes? Thanks again for the great site! Sarah

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