INTRODUCTION TO THE RUNES
A Dianic Feminist Perspective
With Falcon River
4- session class series
May 16. 23, June 6, 13
4pm - 6pm Eastern (1-3pm Pacific) Except for the session on June 6 where we will start 15 minutes earlier)
Registration is Closed!
Each class is 2 hours in length.
Via ZOOM (online)
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This first introductory 4-session class series offers a Dianic female-centered approach to learning about the Elder Futhark runes. The Old European root words from which the word “rune” originates mean “mystery” or, “to whisper.” It has been suggested by many runic scholars that the written form of runes originate in the dendritic patterns found in our own bodies and throughout nature, from the structure of a tree trunk and its branches, to our own circulatory system. The shape, form, and energetic pattern emanated by each rune is rooted in the mysteries of nature from which this ancient alphabet was derived. Students will be guided through the process of how to magically craft their own runes and begin learning how to integrate them into their spiritual practice.
Falcon River is co-founder and an ordained Priestess of Temple of Diana.
She has been studying the runes for over 35 years.
This class is limited to 10 women (you must be a biological female human) on a first-come basis.
TO REGISTER: The cost for the class series is $120-$190 (sliding, based on ability to pay), and includes a $10 materials fee and shipping. The materials fee cannot be refunded once paid for as we are preparing and shipping class supplies. Additionally, students must provide their own wood burner (available at any hobby shop), a permanent marker in black and red, and a pack of 3x5 index cards. Suggested text, Taking Up The Runes by Diana L. Paxson.
Because the class is limited to ten participants, please email us before registering so she can confirm your space. Once your space is confirmed, please register. Registration closes May 1, 2021 or until class is filled. Cancellations after the registration deadline or after materials are sent out cannot be refunded.