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How to Cast Runes

How to Cast Runes

View our tutorial on how to cast runes the way it is described by the roman historian Tacitus.

This page is great for the academic knowledge on the meaning of the runes:
https://norse-mythology.org/runes/the-meanings-of-the-runes/


Nice tutorial for Clay DIY Runes:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eklEQHJ-AEI


This page is more elaborate on the interpretation of the runes: http://runesecrets.com/?fbclid=IwAR0WaccuDcRKas_EJdR7uma4rfiF3t7HeeZDESuEwu78Q05hr_l1_RcDLx0

Try casting the runes yourself or try our mini game a Rune a Day:

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Update of A Rune a Day Keeps Destiny at Bay

Update of A Rune a Day Keeps Destiny at Bay

It is here! We Updated the first mini-game for North Myth. It is called A Rune a Day Keeps Destiny at Bay and it is a furtune-telling game.

Basically it’s the the old norse version of Zodiac signs in astrology just with runes instead of stars. A divination is probably the best word for it.

Our game is based on ancient alphabet, the Elder Futhark. If you are curios about how rune casting was performed originally then look out for upcoming video: How to Cast Runes.

We are not experts on runes, but we love the idea of a mysterious destiny and the possibility of getting a glimpse of it. The game is meant to be fun, short and light and maybe peak your interest so that you will go study these exiting tools of pagan magic.

Find it Here And see what it will tell you about your fortune.

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NEW PROJECT: MIDGARD SERPENT GAME

NEW PROJECT: MIDGARD SERPENT GAME

We are happy to announce our newest project, Midgard Serpent! The great monsters of Norse Mythology are always intriguing and we wanted to make a game for you, centered around the big outcast snake, son of Loki and Angrboda, Jormungandr. It translates to something like mighty monster and in this new game, you will help little baby Jormungandr grow into his full horrifying size, reaching all the way around earth. The game is going to take elements from the classic game, Snake, but we are going to let you travel through his story in different levels, giving it that Norse mythology flair. There is a lot of ideas on the table for the game right now, and we have only just begun testing some key functions. With no graphic, no music, nothing but bare mechanics. But that will all change in the coming months, where we will show some scene shots from the game and small video of the game play. Hope you will enjoy it, and follow us either here or on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. See you soon for more updates

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