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By request, here is a video tour of my grimoire on Icelandic Magical Staves. This is a book of sigil magick that I created in 2011 based on a Russian language resource on the Galdrabok. Russian is my second language, so I was careful to translate the written portion very carefully. I bound this grimoire by hand on oak boards. The paper used is Southworth Ivory Parchment Paper, 8.5x11″ 24 lb weight. The ink is Authentic Models calligraphic ink, and the content of the grimoire was written with quill pens.

At the time in 2011, actual copies of the Galdrabok were out of print and used ones were being sold for over $1000, which is why I ultimately had to use the version transcribed into the Russian language. Then miraculously in 2012, I found out there was a limited reprint of the Galdrabok for about $20, and I bought mine immediately since there were only 8 left at the time. Since that time, they have printed more copies which contain a ton of information.

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The Wizard’s Cloak Sigil range, available 5th of March. 

Vegvisir, Aegishjalmur, Ottastafur, Lukkustafir, Hulinhjalmur and Wardruna’s logo.

Keep an eye out for the Vegvisir patch giveaway being posted some time in the next few days!

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Icelandic magical staves (sigils) are symbols credited with magical effect preserved in various grimoires dating from the 17th century and later. According to the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft, the effects credited to most of the staves were very relevant to the average Icelanders of the time, who were mostly substitence farmers and had to deal with harsh climatic conditions.

Icelandic magical staves (sigils) are symbols credited with magical effect preserved in various grimoires dating from the 17th century and later. According to the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft, the effects credited to most of the staves were very relevant to the average Icelanders of the time, who were mostly substitence farmers and had to deal with harsh climatic conditions.

Icelandic Magical Stave called Draumstafir - “To dream what your heart desires”.

Icelandic magical staves (sigils) are symbols credited with magical effect preserved in various grimoires dating from the 17th century and later. According to the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft, the effects credited to most of the staves were very relevant to the average Icelanders of the time, who were mostly subsistence farmers and had to deal with harsh climatic conditions.