An introduction to Rune Stones by Johnny Walker.
Get your own stones here: http://themoonlightshop.com/collections/runes/products/elder-futhark-jasper-rune-stones
Part 02 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2EhpfYP9oo
Hello everybody welcome to yet another review. Today I'm stepping away from my normal review of reviewing necklaces, and I'm going to review of the elder Futhark jasper rune stones from the moonlight shop.
Now these rune stones are made from real jasper stones and have runes engraved in them so you have the powers of nature when you cast your stones. So there aren’t two identical stones, each stone it says is extremely unique. The engraving on these stones are the ancient elder futhark runes, which are the eldest known runic alphabet, so these makes the set perfect for wiccans and pagans as each stone has magickal properties.
Now the rune has the perfect size to work with, you can also carry them in a pouch and take them with you so you can get a quick answer to any question either to do a quick spread or and advanced spread when you are away from your home.
So for this video review I am going to do three videos, one video a week, of each stone, what their meaning is, and how to cast them. So were gonna go right along with the first review with the first half of the stones here we go.
So were gonna start off here with the first stone which is fehu, the letter f, it really means cattle, the interpretation is in old times cattle was equal to wealth, the modern times wealth means money, material and possessions. Now for the second stone, this one is urius, the letter u, a wild ox is the meaning of it, the interpretation is the wild ox is strong and can carry a large burden, represents raw strength, speed and good health.
This stone is the letter th, and it means a thorn, a thorn protects a plant it sits on, this rune often symbolizes defense rather than attack.
The letter a, which means a mouth, communication and language can solve many things also represents communication between a teacher and a student, or a parent and a child. This stone is the letter r, the meaning is a wheel travel and movement, new experiences usually with pleasure. Try to keep them where can all see them too.
Now this one is the letter k, flame and torch, the darkness will be cast aside and light will prevail. Seeing things that couldn’t be seen before, enlightenment.
For this one, this is the letter g, which means a gift, gifts both in the sense of sacrifice and of generosity, indicating balance, a gift can be physical thing, or a talent, or a skill. This one is the letter w, which means happiness, so joy, pleasure, happiness, spiritual rewards, fulfilling, wealthy.
This is the letter h, it means hail, water can transform in hail, and snow, and back into water, this change cannot be controlled by you, hail can be destructive force that can destroy crops and hail can test your patience.
This one is the letter n, and it means needs, what you need to survive not the same as what you want, can also indicate the need for patience, can also indicate trials or testing. This one is the letter j, could mean ice, when there is much ice, you need to stop or delay activities and plans, if you wait patiently the ice will thaw again.
This one is the letter y, and it means harvest, harvest is a busy time, you reap what you have sown, and the results of your early efforts are realized, a time of peace and happiness and a fruitful season.
And the last one in this review, the letter I, and it means tree, the wood from the tree was used to make bows, its for protection, also associated with death, rebirth and resurrection, it can symbolize the driving force to acquire, and a sense of a purpose.
Now that is the last set of stone for this review, ill see you guys next week for the second half, really hope you enjoyed it and I'm really excited for the next one, my name is johnnie walker, and I approve this review. Blessed be and have a great day.