Odin


Oracular Interpretation

This Rune is strictly used for Oracular purposes,
it has no other function that I know of...




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Oracular Interpretation

Blank is the end, blank the beginning.
This is the Rune of total trust and should
be taken as exciting evidence of your most
immediate contact with your own true destiny
that, time and again, rises like the phoenix
from the ashes of what we call fate.

The appearance of this Rune can portend a death.
But that death is usually symbolic and may relate
to any part of your life as you are living it now.
Relinquishing control is the ultimate challenge
for the Spiritual Warrior
.

Here the Unknowable informs you that It is in motion in your life.
In that blankness is held undiluted potential. At the same time
both pregnant and empty, this Rune comprehends the totality of
being, all that is to be actualized.

Drawing The
Blank Rune
may bring to the surface our deepest fears:
Will I fail? Will I be abandoned? Will it all be taken
away? And yet our highest good, our truest possibilities
and all our fertile dreams are held within that blankness.

Willingness and permitting are what this Rune requires,
for how can you exercise control over what is not yet in
form? The Blank Rune often calls for no less an act
of courage than en empty-handed leap into the void. Drawing
it is a direct test of faith.

The Unknowable represents
the path of karma - the sum total of your actions and their
consequences, the lessons that re yours for this lifetime. And yet
this Rune teaches that the very debts of old karma shift and evolve
as you shift and evolve. Nothing is predestined: What
beckons is the creative power of the unknown.

Whenever you draw The Blank Rune, take heart:
Know that the work of self-change is progressing in your life.

--Copied word for word from The Book of Runes by Ralph H. Blum

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