anonymous asked:

You mentioned something a out Runic inscription for weight loss?

so I did~

I’ve been practicing Rune magic for a long time, and in my collection of Runescript magic there’re tons of different scripts for different purposes. 

talking about weight loss scripts:

-this one is called “Liposuctor”. you put Fehu+Ken+Isa together as it’s shown below:

-and this constraction is included in two Hagalazes

-that’s what you shall recieve in the end. Fehu symbolizes the excessive weight, Isa stops you from growing..bigger (I hate the f** word) and Ken burns it all. two Hagalazes act as a cage or a frame which pushes all the Runes to work and to destroy what is not needed. I advice you to put it on your photo (body parts, not face) using red paint or your own blood. do not forget to mention what you expect and want from each Rune. like “oh Isa, keep me slim, do not let grow the fat on me” (WHAT) etc. 

next one:

-this help to eat less, to reduce appetite in general, and brings positive changes in your body. Isa - freezes your appetite, Kenaz - burns excessive weight, Dagaz - brings changes. again you mention what you expect from the Runes, draw it on your left wrist with red pen. I suppose, it differs from one person to another, but each script starts it’s work in three days time.

the third script:

-those Runes you put on your tummy writing them from the first on the left (Rune Uruz) to the last on the right (Isa). (be aware - you don’t want them to be mirrored). and you draw them on your left hand, on the edge of it, to be exactly, moving from the beginning of your palm towards your pinky finger. for this script use blue or black pen. Uruz - is your body and energy in it (so, it will boost your body with energy), Dagaz - change (because there’s Uruz - change in your body), Laguz - you ask your excessive weight to float away as river does, Kenaz - you ask for the weight to burn down, Isa - blocking your appetite.

the fourth:

- first five Runes are put together in a script. those Runes are - Mannaz (operator, means ‘you’ or ‘your body’), Bercano (enhances female beauty, grace and power in your body), Fehu (burns and destroys the unneeded weight), Wunyo (brings happiness from losing weight, you do not getting depressed during your diet), Thurisaz (keeps you on your path towards your aim). all are in red colour on your left arm.

and the last I can recommend:

-the order in which the Runes shall be written on your left wrist (in red colour again) is right above them. you start with Hgalaz (it destroys the kilos you don’t want to have), Sowilo on the left (burns with the Sun power those kilos down), Sowilo on the right (boosting metabolism), Jera on the left (brings the result of the diet as quick as possible), and the last Jera (keeps your eyes on the result you want to achieve and not on food)

so, this is it~

hope, you’ll lose those kilos as fast as you want~

Bit of pyrography runescript on scrap leather. This was my first time playing with my versa-tool so I was pretty happy with the way it turned out.

Runescript is taking a group of runes, usually 3 or 5 but it can vary, and combing them for a specific purpose. My purpose for this runescript was to get the witchling to stop waking up 4 times a night. This momma was a wreck so it was time for a little pagan problem solving.

Knowing what you want to achieve is the first step to a good runescript. The next step is to decide how many runes you want to use. As I said 3 or 5 is usually a good amount, it’s enough to get your point across without using the the intent being jumbled. I went with 5 because I felt I needed to be a little more specific on what issues we were having.

Now we have the why and the how many, it’s time to pick the specific runes! Here are the ones I picked and a brief explanation why.

To start off the runescript I picked Nied, good for overcoming stress and used to calm the baby. I needed her calm enough to fall asleep in the first place.
The second rune is Kanez which is often used to strengthen a runescript but is also good for creativity, which I wanted to encourage good dreams.
Hagall is third and used in this script for protection, great to help a sleeping baby feel safe, and for a pinch of luck, please don’t let me drop something and wake her up!
My fourth rune was Jera, to help bring events to pass, like a happy sleeping baby.
Finally I chose Ing, often a good choice for the last rune, to seal the script and give me a successful outcome.

Ta-da! Runescript done!

I chose to anoint each rune with some sleepy time oil, recipe to follow, under a full moon. I did that by tracing each rune with oil and focusing on the individual intent of the rune. As I traced I named the rune, what it was used for. I named the rune, what out come I needed. I named the rune, third times the charm, sealed the intent, and moved to the next one. After I did that for each rune individually I named the script its self three times and left it to charge in the light of the full moon.

After all was said and done I slipped it under the witchling’s mattress and waited.

It works fantastic!

I have noticed that it works better if I charge it each full moon. She went from getting up 4 or 5 times a night to not getting up at all. As time progresses she’ll starting waking up once a night. I’ll recharge it under the full moon, stick it back under the mattress and we’re good to go for another month.

anonymous asked:

What was your first rune script?

the first written were focused on physical beauty, and losing some weight. it didn’t feel right, because it was taken from a well-known rune-writer, so I did one myself. and I see it as the most beautiful  runescript I’ve ever done ^__^ 

PLEASE, do not use it on yourself. it might not work well.