The divinatory art of the Norse gods

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Welcome to i-futhark

Ancient FUTHARK runes are named after objects, animals, feelings, or gods.
To grasp the divinatory and magical essence of the runes, one must delve into the heart of Norse mythology and explore its imagery.
The tradition of the runes resonates with the divinities of destiny, divided into three groups: the aettir.
A twenty-fifth rune has been added for use in divination... WYRD, fate!


Consultation of Norns

In Norse mythology, the Norns were three important female deities. Their function was to preside over the destiny of men and gods.
This type of draw gives a positive or negative answer to a closed question. It also gives advice on choosing an orientation.
This is by far the most used method on a daily basis. It makes it possible to obtain a rapid response on various subjects.

  • The first rune describes the past, the influences.
  • The second rune describes the present and gives advice.
  • The third rune announces the probable future and the solutions.

Free draw

How to draw the runes

There are a few different draw methods for Futhark runes. Some of the main methods include:

  • Consultation of the Norns (3 runes)
    To answer a closed question.
  • Odin's Cross (5 runes)
    To answer a general question.
  • The head of the god Mimir (7 runes)
    To answer a specific question.
  • The Oracle of Thor (7 runes)
    To answer a specific question.
  • The Celtic Cross (10 runes)
    To be guided over the next 6 to 12 months.
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Rune of the day


Communication, travel, movement. RAIDO concerns the search for knowledge, contact with others. It is the rune of travel and movement. It is the synergy between the human and the divine. It can be news that one learns and peddles or a change of place of residence. RAIDO is forward momentum and personal growth. It invites us to confront our personal beliefs with reality.

Renewal of the rune every day

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