This is a beautiful Gift Set containing 34 Natural Black Agate Runes presented in a beautiful pouch.
Included are some scrolls with information regarding What Runes Are? What can you ask them? Storing your Runes, How to get started, The Three Rune Layout, The Five Rune Layout and the Nine Rune Cast, Rune Alphabet and Symbol Meaning. This set has everything you need to get started.
Black Agate - Black Agate offers you prosperity, a victory for athletes and courage. As a talisman, Black Agate is used to promote courage and self-confidence. Black Agate connects the spirit and physical planes together and grounds you in reality. Black Agate stabilises and grounds. Black Agate protects from danger, gives power against forces of darkness, and brings emotions into equilibrium. Agate can harmonise positive and negative forces, alleviate bad dreams and can give courage, energy, strength, and dispel fears, all of which increase self-confidence. It can also lessen feelings of envy by grounding the emotions. It is a stone of harmony, and by bringing the elements of one being into balance. Black Agate brings spiritual awareness into action, balances earth and the sky. It stabilises and grounds while elevating awareness, helps to clear emotional pain. It is ideal for centring and focusing. Black Agate attracts good fortune. Increases concentration and clarity. Promotes goodwill. Aids in overcoming flaws, fears, and loneliness.
Black Agate is used for Protection, Courage, Success. It is worn for courage and success in competitions. Black Agate with their hot energy helps Reproduction System.
Rune Stones are one of the mystical worlds true mysteries. Nobody can be truly sure exactly where they came from and when. There are many theories on the subject but it is believed by some that they were first used any time from 2000BC to 100AD by tribes such as The Goths and other Germanic Tribes. Over the following year the use of Runes Stones spread throughout Europe with tribes like the Angles and the Saxons using them in the west and the Norwegian, Danish and Swedish using them in Scandanavia (among others).