Weaving Women’s Mysteries
Runes, Seidhr, Yggdrasil, the Goddesses of the Nitty Gritty, and more.
I’ve been learning from the Norns since 2013. That year the Rune cycles downloaded themselves into my mind and other Beings from the Northern Mysteries made themselves known to me. Life took on a beautiful new dimension.
Hela and Frau Holle guided me toward deep emotional healing. There is a cure for Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome. Although I am not a trained psychologist, I hope that my research can point those who suffer from PTSD can guide them toward those who can help them, as I have been helped.
The point in finding help for this is to regain a life of clarity and fulfillment.
Urd’s Well is one of three wells on Yggdrasil, the Norse Tree of Life. Odin rode Yggdrasil for nine days and nights in his quest to earn the Runes, which had been scored on the Root of the Tree by the Norns. My hope in sharing these pages is that the reader, too, will be guided and uplifted by the process.
My Story began in 2013 on a cold wintery January day. The snow was too deep to go outside, so I was looking for a new book to read. RUNE POWER, by Kenneth Meadows drew my eye. I pulled the book off the shelf and decided to work with one Rune a day. The Runes seemed to download themselves into my Third Eye, and I’ve been working with them ever since.
Soon after I had “downloaded” the Runes, Creek Woman introduced me to the Norns. The Norns introduced me to the Valkyries, Hela visited, and Heimdall corded Yggdrasil to my spine. Hela became a teacher, and her father Loki dropped in to see who was playing in Hela’s sandbox. Life has been an adventure ever since.
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