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Wyrdworking
Wyrdworking
The Path of a Saxon Sorcerer

By: Alaric Albertsson
Imprint: Llewellyn
Specs: Trade Paperback | 9780738721330
English  |  360 pages | 6 x 9 x 1 IN
Pub Date: February 2011
Price: $17.95 US,  $20.95 CAN
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The magic and spirituality of the Anglo-Saxons is not the same as that of the Celts they lived with on the British Isles. This new book looks at the magical techniques of these lesser-known people and shows how you can use them to empower your life.

• Learn to make a Saxon wand and staff
• Consecrate and use a Seax (knife)
• Discover Galdor (word magic), crystal and candle scrying, and wortcunning (herbal magic)

Wyrdworking also fully explores the most vital ingredient to all Anglo-Saxon magic: the thirty-three Old English Runes of the Futhorc (as opposed to the more familiar Scandinavian Futhark of twenty-four runes). They are presented in conceptual sets of three (tree runes, animal runes, and so on) making them easy to learn and deeply understand.


Traditionally, when performing magic, a practitioner has an altar of some sort on which to work. The altar, of course, can be anything from an elaborately carved table to a dresser top or even just a cleared section of kitchen counter; any available space can be utilized as long as it is large enough to hold the necessary tools and spell items. An... read this article
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