Welcome to the world of magic, where the Magician has been pulled in your reading and you are very curious as to what he has to tell you. What does he mean, what does the card have to show you? We will explore the meaning and the history behind the Magician today and use two different decks to tell his story.
I have been working a lot with my cards and runes lately and it dawned on me that not everyone knows what each one of the Arcana means, or even what the suits mean themselves. So I decided I would make an intro to Tarot Cards and Runes for you all. This will be a lengthy series that will take a look at their traditional/universal meanings and the history behind each one. I will be using the cards I frequently read for myself, the imagery in the Wild Unknown really speaks to me personally. But I will also include the traditional images everyone is used to as well.
Well, it looks like it is time for me to push outside the norm once more. To push that envelope further and explore a topic that has been weighing on me for several months now. It is in part why we have had a lack of content here on the blog. Part of why it takes me so long to write these particular posts is that I heavily research the topic before writing it. I do not want it just ot be an opinion piece, I want it to hold some validity.
Let’s start off with the simple part, what are bindrunes and how do you use them? Bind Runes or Bindrunes: Are a combination of two or more runes put together to make a sigil/talisman/charm/token, basically whatever you want to put them on you can.You have to pay attention to the intent and the meaning on the runes that you are combining, if you do not, you can cancel out the purpose of what you are trying to accomplish.Runes have always been a tool for divination, bindrunes are a way to increase the power and the intent of your spell, your words, and or your craft itself.