Willow Wood Elder Futhark Rune Sets Viking Nordic Norse Hand Crafted by DragonOak
Elder Futhark Runes on Willow Wood Rounds
Elder Futhark Runes
Complete set of 25 Willow Wood Elder Futhark Runes Including the Blank Rune.
Made from solid natural Willow wood branches. This is a Willow Wood Rune Set that will last for years to come, made with that in mind over the mass produced world of non magickal items made today.
Each Willow Wood Rune Set is cut from wind blown or damaged trees with permission. Willow Wood sets are cut from the same branch in order to assure continuity with the tree spirit.
Only natural stains (linseed oil) is used to cure the Willow Wood rune, no varnishes or unnatural substances.
This Willow Wood rune set is hand crafted by DragonOak, "one who walks the pagan path". DragonOak has studied methods of divination for over 20 years and now brings forth handcrafted Willow Wood runes that are fitting for the field of divination.
Each Willow Wood rune is wood burned by hand into the wood NOT stamped.
Looking for something custom designed? Feel free to email me and lets see what we can do for you! Looking for wholesale pricing, contact: GYPSY BETH
Willow Wood The Witches Tree
One of my favorite natural plant elements of nature is the Willow. The willow embodies everything feminine and for all descriptive purposes, the willow it the Goddess herself.
The shape of the willow is elegant yet majestic.
The form of the willow is natural yet beautiful.
How the willow moves in the wind embodies elegance.
The willow soothes and calms as a mother.
The willow brings together the elements of earth, water, and air. It is uniform is stabilizing the feminine energies.
Talismans, wands, and rituals tools made of the willow wood are of the highest magical order. At least one ritual tool should be made of willow wood to represent the divine nature of the goddess.
The willow is strong in the realms of dreaming and divination. Dream satchels with willow leaves guide the bearer in the realms of the subconscious. Divination tools made from the willow have a stronger connection to the realm of the goddess and lead the bearer in things unseen and unknown.
I believe every pagan should have a “Pagan To Do List”. It is a goal sheet of desired accomplishments in the realm of the pagan, much like the Muslim pilgrimages. And one thing that should be on that list is to sleep under a willow tree. You may never go back to a bed again (hehe).