The Aboriginal Dreaming Runes are inspired by the close connection between the Australian Aboriginal Artist/Author’s spirituality and her relationship with her country. Different variations of dreaming runes have been used for thousands of years by Aboriginal Medicine Men and Women, or the Wise People, as a way of seeking advice for the Mob.
The Aboriginal Dreaming Runes are a set of 15 runes and includes an instructional booklet and rune pouch.
“Rune casting" is not fortune-telling in the sense that you actually see the future, instead, the Aboriginal Dreaming Runes provide you with a means of analysing a question and seeking answers on a likely outcome.
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