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Join our huge and varied Pagan, Heathen, Wiccan, Reconstructionist, Indigenous, spiritual and magical groups in education and celebration February 2016 in San Jose, CA. More information can be found about the conference at www.pantheacon.com

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Saturday, February 18 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Introducing Runes into your practice

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If you are just starting to delve into the runes or are exploring ways to expand your connection with them, then this is the place for you. We will primarily be examining the Elder Futhark individually and collectively, and we will also look a bit at the Younger Futhark, and the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc. As time permits we will weigh their history, peruse divination styles, delve into how to incorporate them into your personal work, and ponder how you might receive them as they fall on your path.

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Dave Shultz

Dave has been studying and teaching in the greater pagan community for several decades and actively working with Odin in Asatru for most of that span. As an experienced Seiðmaðr, he has countless experiences working as spámaðr (seer), warder, healer, rune reader, Galdr chanter, and such else. Dave also leads his own Seið classes and has been teaching individuals for at least twenty years. A longtime supporter of PantheaCon as a space... Read More →


Saturday February 18, 2017 3:30pm - 5:00pm
San Martin

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