She put a blue glass cube with white circles on all six sides on top of the overturned cup and had me put my finger on the cube and make a wish. I did, and he or she asked me for the photo. I handed her my phone. She put a small statue of a Turkish philosopher and an angel snow globe in front of me and told me to carry on to both and pray while she turned on her laptop and began playing weird reverb-heavy new age music that includes a man and woman speaking about being intoxicated on love (not Beyoncé style, unfortunately). She was going to ask Emily to make herself known to me. Some psychics are careful to assert that their readings are “for leisure functions only,” tacitly admitting that their tips aren’t be taken seriously. I never consult the book while reading for consumers and only sometimes do when reading for myself. The entries in the book are checklist. Your task is to use your instinct to see how this card relates in a very real, unique way in your life or your client’s. I choose to draw all the cards directly and lay them facedown. Turning them over one at a time, I will instantly, within a few seconds, get two to three intuitive messages about how this card relates especially to my client. What are your first emotions about what a card means for you or the man you are studying for? Usually our initial intuitive hits are the most profound. Since the Witch’s Runes aren’t an ancient script, they don’t have any unique pronunciation or sound; the titles of the runes are in English. There’s a lot less to be informed here, but they in general be used interchangeably with the Elder Futhark in divination If you are feeling at ease with the Elder Futhark, begin learning the Witch’s Runes in addition to them and see how the two compare and contrast for your own apply. If you are still struggling with the Elder Futhark, which you can tarry on, or you could take a step back and learn the Witch’s Runes first if time and memorization are a hurdle for you. The version I use is detailed in Witch’s Runes: How to Make and Use Your Own, by Susan Sheppard. Oranum is the very first Global Esoteric Community with free chat that connects you with the world’s most renowned Psychics: astrologers, tarot masters, clairvoyants, healers and many other gifted specialists. Finally, Neopaganism is a relatively recent advancement in North America and Europe.