There are lots of ways to make runes and lots of things to make them out of. Does anyone know the best way? Do they have to be significant? What is the best way to make them/cleanse them of other energy?
I'm a noob at this and I just want to see everyone's thoughts. Thanks!
I've just gotten into this, too, and Susan Sheppard's "A Witch's Runes" (http://www.amazon.com/Witchs-Runes-Make … n+sheppard ) is supposed to be the definitive guide, though I haven't bought it yet. Have you?
The best way is what material resonates with you. If you use a tree branch, request permission of the tree first to take the limb. Thank it when you do. Take it home and bless it, and use sage
If you use stones/crystals, do cleanse them first
After cleaning, and making your ruines, it is good to do a ritual for their purpose to you. Same as doing a ceremony for a new tool to be used with your rituals. I prefer to just write a simple ritual using my own words.
Have fun and dont be surprise if you end up making several:)
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